Heated Inflatable Hot Tub Spa £249.99 when added to basket at Studio
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Heated Inflatable Hot Tub Spa £249.99 when added to basket at Studio

£249.99£499.9950%Studio Deals
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Whether you're relaxing with your other half at the end of a hard day or adding a little indulgence to your next BBQ with friends, the heated inflatable spa is the ultimate garden essential to help you make the most of summer.

This inflatable spa has a capacity of 780L (recommended 650L) and can seat up to four people comfortably, perfect for unwinding with a glass of wine in hand while you chat and relax with your nearest and dearest. A pump is included to help you set up the inflatable spa quickly and easily, as well as a handy cover for added protection from dirt and debris when the spa isn't in use.

All you need now is a sunny day!

Size H154 x W154 x D65cm.

Features:
• 220-240V power pack with 1800W heater, with max temperature of 42°C. 3.5m power cable length
• 12V/30W 1880L/420gal/H filter pump and control panel
• UV protection layer on the tough woven durable PVC material
• Anti-cold, laminated fabric fibre
• Inflatable construction
• 110 air jets
• Massaging bubbles 600W/0.81HP
• Spa control panel

Accessories include:
• 1x filter
• 1x drainage hose
• 1x padlock
• 1x ground sheet
• 1x instruction DVD
• 1x manual
• 1x pressure gauge

  • Age Suitable From: 8+

Please allow 3-7 days for delivery
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Looks good
So near so...
Looks tiny
Bargain thanks
john_mckinley1 h, 27 m ago

Looks tiny



That's not necessarily a bad thing as it costs less to run and the water heats up quicker. We had a larger Vegas and changed to one this size and shape as being more practical.
john_mckinley5 h, 35 m ago

Looks tiny


I suppose it depends on who is sitting next to you before you decide it's a good or bad thing.
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jyonda16 h, 55 m ago

That's not necessarily a bad thing as it costs less to run and the water …That's not necessarily a bad thing as it costs less to run and the water heats up quicker. We had a larger Vegas and changed to one this size and shape as being more practical.


I was wondering how much does this one cost you to run please? Do you leave it on?
WaxMechaniK3 h, 49 m ago

I was wondering how much does this one cost you to run please? Do you …I was wondering how much does this one cost you to run please? Do you leave it on?


We have a Netspa model which is a bit different to this and I don't know the exact running costs for that either but in general less water means less costs all round. The time taken to heat the volume of water is also important. We would typically run it over a weekend starting on Friday morning to get up to temperature by the evening then it just warms the water as required to maintain temperature until it goes off on Sunday evening. The increase in power consumption is noticeable though so around £10-15 a week might be the ballpark.

During the week it's necessary to run the pump a few hours every day without heating so that the water is filtered and stays clean. Also, topping up the chemicals and maintaining the ph level is a bit of a chore but essential. If the ph level is too high or low the chlorine will not be effective and you'll get cloudy water.
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