Bestway Lay-Z Spa Miami Inflatable Hot Tub £284.99 + £7.95 Del @ Tesco Direct
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Bestway Lay-Z Spa Miami Inflatable Hot Tub £284.99 + £7.95 Del @ Tesco Direct

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Found 3rd Feb
For those of you who can't afford a proper Spa in your garden like me this seems like quite a good price at £284.99 + postage. RRP is £399.99.

Mixed reviews but at this price not an issue if I only get a summer or two's use out of it.

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It may be worth waiting, the next model up 'Vegas' normally gets reduced to around £250 about Whitsun time, plus unless you are having it undercover I wouldn't recommend an inflatable out at this time of the year as one frosty night and it'll get damaged, need to wait until weather gets warmer and no danger of frost.

We've had one 3 years and it's still working perfectly. You can leave them out in winter what you've not to do is start it up from of below 4° - is a fab addition to our garden but I must warn you so cost you about £20 a month to run continuously and initial costs about £10 in elecy to do initial warm up and about and £8 in water

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sandiford101

We've had one 3 years and it's still working perfectly. You can leave … We've had one 3 years and it's still working perfectly. You can leave them out in winter what you've not to do is start it up from of below 4° - is a fab addition to our garden but I must warn you so cost you about £20 a month to run continuously and initial costs about £10 in elecy to do initial warm up and about and £8 in water



Thank you, I'll keep that part quiet from the misses! Already in trouble!

Had one for 3 years still going can't wait till the warmer weather to get it back out

From Lay-Z-Spa website:

"The Lay-Z-Spa should not be setup or left out in temperatures lower than 4°C (40F)"
Edited by: "robertr" 4th Feb

sandiford101

We've had one 3 years and it's still working perfectly. You can leave … We've had one 3 years and it's still working perfectly. You can leave them out in winter what you've not to do is start it up from of below 4° - is a fab addition to our garden but I must warn you so cost you about £20 a month to run continuously and initial costs about £10 in elecy to do initial warm up and about and £8 in water



Helpful thanks - when you say run continuously, is that keeping it warm all day? Or warming it up each evening?
How often do you change the water?!

If you are hoping to go in it 3 to 4 times a week then the recommendation is you don't let it go below 33° at any point and then 3 hrs b4 you want to go on it, you put temp on 39/40°

As for changing water, instead of changing it completely we just top it up regularly sooth fresh water.

Oh and it's worth buying the test strips as good indicator of whether you need to add more chlorine/ph

Its a bit of hassle but so worth it.

I read a lot into these before buying and the general info was, if poss, go for m-spa, intex etc not layz spa. I was lucky to grab an aldi intex purespa online and it's well worth the money! we saw a layz spa Hawaii (I think) in the range and it looked terribly made compared and wasn't as deep, and a lot less jets.
I will point out that these spas are more maintenance than you might realise (if you maintain properly), we ended up buying a starter kit with chlorine granules, pH+ & -, test strips etc and we've needed them. they also need the filters cleaning every few days if used regularly - we had two supplied, one is soaking and washed while the other is in use but they aren't going to last much longer, I've ordered foam washable replacements now instead.
if you are prepared to keep up with a bit of regular maintenance, the occasional part/full water change then they are great. we've used ours almost daily since buying, for that reason we keep our constant at 38*c which we find the perfect temperature.
Edited by: "Haylhoo" 24th May
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