Bubble Spa Pool - Was £400 Now £200 @ Tesco
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Bubble Spa Pool - Was £400 Now £200 @ Tesco

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Found 5th Aug 2010Made hot 5th Aug 2010
Cracking price if you're after one of these.

The Deluxe Aqua living inflatable spa pool is ideal for relaxing in after a hard day. It can help to reduce muscle strain and soreness, as well as relieving tension throughout your body and promoting restful sleep. It seats up to two adults and two children, has a powerful bubble making system, and is made from durable super-tough high elastic PVC.

Features:
Brand Aqua Living
Capacity: 2 adults, 2 children
Important Information LVD,EMC,EMF, ROHS,DIN ISO 6185
Product Height 73 cm
Product Weight 28
Product Weight Units kg
Product Width 192 cm

64 Comments

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good reviews

looks like a lot of bubbles in the pic, I bet she can't wait for him to turn the machine on.

I want one!!!!!!!!!

mixed reviews. sounds like its hard to get the filters for it, which u need to replace after a few weeks, and when you can find them, they are very expensive.

Had 2 of these, must admit the novelty does wear off, the first one broke exactly after a year, and the second one broke after exactly a year... I can only think its bad luck on my behalf!

Eat 12 cans of Baked beans wait 2-3hours, sit in a bath full of water and hey presto, all the bubbles you'll ever need, Simples. Voted hot.

i bought one like this when Tesco last reduced their bubble spas...it stayed in the box for a year and then I sold it for a slight profit on fleabay

cold! save yourself £200 eat some baked beans, and let rip in the bath...

only kidding! have some heat...

Does anyone know where to get replacement filters?

Banned

In the old days, if we wanted bubbles we had to fart in the tub!

billybongo48

Eat 12 cans of Baked beans wait 2-3hours, sit in a bath full of water and … Eat 12 cans of Baked beans wait 2-3hours, sit in a bath full of water and hey presto, all the bubbles you'll ever need, Simples. Voted hot.



You will also have little brown floating logs to play with after 12 cans of beans

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Nad_84

You will also have little brown floating logs to play with after 12 cans … You will also have little brown floating logs to play with after 12 cans of beans



'submarines' are a possibility too!

The bean gags are truly original and hilarious!!

we got filters in our local factory shop but can be bought on ebay, if the same as Layzee spa (I'm sure they are) which we have, great fun for summer evenings....

If you've got £100 of clubcard vouchers , exchange them in the double up scheme and get it even cheaper, quid-co to if you order online and not instore.

they look like a right pair of mongs

clare1975

they look like a right pair of mongs



I think they're just trying to avoid the smell;)

clare1975

they look like a right pair of mongs

There's someone's hair poking out of the water, I think something else is going on X)

Ah but is that "someone else's" hair? Looks like it might be the girls because she's naked down below perhaps?! ;-)

Looks good and have been thinking about buying one but does anyone know how much they cost to run? I think we may have to re-mortgage to run one as i presume the heater has to be kept on all the time..

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chegwin

If you've got £100 of clubcard vouchers , exchange them in the double up … If you've got £100 of clubcard vouchers , exchange them in the double up scheme and get it even cheaper, quid-co to if you order online and not instore.



Have never ordered direct in store. Hadnt thought of it, is that a definite that its possible to use the vouchers and thats in the double ups deal?

No it's not possible to double up on this - just eBay the vouchers for 100 quid you would get about 270

Do the two dead people come with this??

Simpso

http://www.drinkstuff.com/products/product.asp?ID=5777filters for similar … http://www.drinkstuff.com/products/product.asp?ID=5777filters for similar spa



similar? or will they fit the above spa?

a bargain we love to have fun in these mainly in hotels abroad xx susie

Good deal. Not sure why people are finding it hard to find filters.
They are available for 30 quid, they are big filters.
You can get the latest Lay Z version of a tub like this for 320. And filters for that at 6 quid.
So after 6 cartridge changes you will be then saving money.
Also Aqua Leisure don't list these tubs on their site so presumably stopped doing them?
(Doesn't bode well for spares)
I think forking out the extra for the Lay Z version looks more sensible at this point.

When I see how far we've now gone in the UK with 'stuff'' like this being sold, I reckon we do actually need a good recession to flush such cack out.

What do these things cost to heat? Looks great, and would be awesome sitting outside, but not if it costs an arm and a leg

equalityforall

What do these things cost to heat? Looks great, and would be awesome … What do these things cost to heat? Looks great, and would be awesome sitting outside, but not if it costs an arm and a leg


5 - 10 pounds per week.

monkeysexboy

Do the two dead people come with this??



nah its not the barrymore model

Banned

Get in..........................the water.

sabz786

direct link


nice one sabz!!

How deep is this? just when we were getting a real Hot Tub the pictures had people laying in them like that and it was because the actual tub was very shallow (trying to make it look deeper than it was)!! Went for a real good one in the end thats very deep

But then again you could buy 15 of these at this price compaired to a real hot tub lol :P

im going to order 1
as for the filters ill make them as i work in a pool anyway

hwangeruk

5 - 10 pounds per week.



I have 1200 litre version of Lay Z Spa, it's got a 2kw heater and it takes aproximately 12 hours to fully heat it, temperature drops at 1c an hour in cold weather (i.e at night) in the summer which is when you're likely to use it temperature drops at 1c every 2-3 hours in the day.

You're not going to have this running with the heater on constantly, that would be ridiculous. You could quite easily use it for 2 days running with one 12 hour heat cycle. with a quick 3 hour boost say if you wanted it spa warm.

The pump itself that cleans the water and is run continously is something like 25w.

The bubbles which you shouldn't have for more than half an hour at a time....I don't know the power usage on that.

I find mine too big and unsightly and would rather a smaller one but just so people know running costs aren't high at all I'd say definately less than £5 a week if you use it with some common sense.

Steve-O 2008

How deep is this? just when we were getting a real Hot Tub the pictures … How deep is this? just when we were getting a real Hot Tub the pictures had people laying in them like that and it was because the actual tub was very shallow (trying to make it look deeper than it was)!! Went for a real good one in the end thats very deep :)But then again you could buy 15 of these at this price compaired to a real hot tub lol :P



Their deep enough, in fact the picture makes it look a lot shallower than it is. You should be more concerned about the actual area. 2 adults and 2 children in that one....not an effing chance!

Didn't these come down to £80 last year?

Kept one in a box for a few weeks and then eBayed for £100 profit!

Running costs are terrible unless you've got Economy 7.

Some relatives have had a full size wood-panelled spa for several years. They don't buy new filters. They just monitor the water ph, put a tablet in the water each time they use it. Then each month they clean the filters with a jet wash and soak them in white vinegar overnight. The filters look like those "Lay Z Spa Filters by Bestway" but they could be a different material. Are they doing it wrong, or is there a non-disposable type that could work here?
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