Babyliss "8059U" Bubble Jet spa £21.53 delivered @ Littlewoods
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Babyliss "8059U" Bubble Jet spa £21.53 delivered @ Littlewoods

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Found 22nd Jan 2009Made hot 28th Jul 2009
These are reduced from £56 to £21.53 they are £68.75 in Amazon

Powerful warm air jets for relaxing bubble spa. Soft cushioned mat rolls up for easy storage. Waterproof infra-red remote control. 3 bubble settings: low, medium and high

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Original Poster

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Are these any good or are they just as pointless as a footspa?

I find 4 cans of Branston Beans for a pound work just as good.............

Original Poster

Trickyjabs;4154411

Are these any good or are they just as pointless as a footspa?



We bought our two little ones the kids version a couple of years ago and it seemed good, they love it in the bath

great find

My oh got one of these from Boots, around £70 she thinks, works well, however gents be warned, when on full I find that it tends to hurt the 'Boys' downstairs.

Thats ok..........our bathroom is upstairs.......still it is always beter to protect your willocks

my husband bought me this when it was £75! fab buy. not for pregnant women & people with heart conditions i think i read in the instructions. x

antenna;4154827

Thats ok..........our bathroom is upstairs.......still it is always beter … Thats ok..........our bathroom is upstairs.......still it is always beter to protect your willocks



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are they battery operated or mains only? I don't have a power socket in my bathroom

mains operated. does anyone have a power socket in their bathroom? (not including a shaver socket?) is that not for safety reasons? x

I got my girlfriend one of these when they first came out about 5 years ago £120 and it is great but after a while it will be put back in its box and will only come out when your cleaning out the cupboard and remember that you still have it, The cable is quite long as we needed to plug ours into the socket in the hallway and it does have a trip switch built into it so very safe, Voting hot for the price and I'm away to check the cupboard now.

Had one until we had our bathroom -adapted. as I have Spinal problems so no bath now and sold mine on fleabay. Best to wall mount in the bathroom so that you dont have to drag it out of the cupboard each time. Long cord to plug into a socket OUTSIDE the bathroom with built in RCD plug to prevent any electrical faults shocking you!

Have bought a lazyspa last year now as we miss our bath for having a long hot soak in

I simply can't fin this on their website, want to order one for my MIL

These things are a complete waste of time. I had one last Xmas, sent it back a week later. It's not heated so after 5mins is makes your bath cold - It's awfully loud, even after putting the bubble machine thingy outside the bathroom and covering it with a towel - It uses suction cups to stick to the bath, which once running quickly unsticks and floats under you. AND Finally - The spa itself isnt overly enjoyable - Nothing like a decent built in spa.

Keep well away from this product.

I got one from Aldi.
They sound like a compressor.

So, can anyone actually find it? :whistling:

Mrs.Z;5872225

So, can anyone actually find it? :whistling:


I can't find it anywhere either :-(

you cant find it cos deal is 6months old and it went out of stock ages ago

grumpiness;5872385

you cant find it cos deal is 6months old and it went out of stock ages ago



LMAO - Rep!
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