Bestway  lay z spa vegas £329 Tesco
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Bestway lay z spa vegas £329 Tesco

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Found 26th May 2017
Been looking around for one of these & tesco have money off their paddling pools which includes the lay z spa. Order for collection only.
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Have you read the feedback about these things ? I'm not trying to discourage you but i've also been interested in these but gave up after reading some of the feedback.

deflating, pumps broken, poor customer support etc.

Just think people should have a read before splashing out £300+ on an inflatable pool they might only get to use one season.
had one for 18months no issues. a friend had one for 5 years and just replaced it with another. sure he said they now come with 3 year warranty. I'd buy another tomorrow
Best money we have ever spent, had it now for 6 months, no problems yet. For what it is and what it costs I wouldn't expect it to last forever anyway, but it is awesome.
Any codes?
This is what I should have gotten, instead of the rat filled mess in the ground I have now.
I got mine last year when they were similar price in Asda.
When it needs cleaning, 4-6 weeks, it can be a pain BUT it's great and I'd buy another in an instant.
Our Miami version is in its fourth year now. Only just starting to get some issues that mean I'm tempted to upgrade. Good deal, but wondering if it's the old or new model. New one has a timer option, and continues to heat in use.
daskapital

Have you read the feedback about these things ? I'm not trying....


Doom-monger!
Got mine for £205 from Asda George 2 yrs ago (bragger!)
Mines a year and a half old am happy no issues pump's a bit noisy would like to have that a bit further away but the controls are on the top.
By noisy I mean when it's doing the air jets. Just like to listen to music or watch tv in the garden and have to pause it.
I've had one of these when Homebase had it on offer at £274 3 years ago, never had issues with it, as long as you follow the instructions and keep your filters clean or changed regularly heat added OP
They do go wrong I had my last one 18 months which was a monaco and the glue has come away where the bubbles come out and the pump will not heat the water which is another Common fault, I actually have 4 pumps in my shed which in one way or another do not work, I took delivery of a new Monaco yesterday from Argos £499 and noticed they have redesigned the bubble system, great things to have but don't usually last past one or 2 seasons
If they are looked after they great. It's neglect that causes issues. I wash the filter after every use and don't have it on constantly. I have read issues with the Monaco which seems to be the one to avoid but like anything they will learn by the mistakes and change the design. I have the vegas and it seems to be the one to go for even though next year I want a Canadian spa
Id love one of these but am concerned over the care of it, can a owner explain what you need to do to keep the water clean like filters and treatments. Ive also heard you can buy a cover that keeps the heat in is that true.

Thanks
Maintenance is the number one issue of these failing.

Clean filters and make sure they bone dry and should'nt have any issues.

I have one issue with them would like a button for 50% bubbles so its not as noisy then.
polly69

Id love one of these but am concerned over the care of it, can a owner … Id love one of these but am concerned over the care of it, can a owner explain what you need to do to keep the water clean like filters and treatments. Ive also heard you can buy a cover that keeps the heat in is that true.Thanks


They have a cover that acts to keep the heat in to some degree thats full of air to with a thick cover. If you mean like a foam or something maybe I have never looked.

I find the hardest thing if your a worryier is balancing the spa eg getting the ph right and the amount of chlorine. I was using the powdered chorine found that easier that floater with tablets I tend to leave open fully and over dose the spa.

Also my cheap testing strips with my colour blindness... well lets just say I have taken in my water samples to work a few times now as work in a pool and thankfully they have a great machine. If anyone has a recommendation on testing kits? I struggle on the red/green spectrum.
Couldn't you just buy a pHmeter off amazon about a tenner?
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