Lay-Z-Spa £225 Sainsburys
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Lay-Z-Spa £225 Sainsburys

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Found 28th May 2011
I was looking at buying one of these from Argos as they are half price at £350, then I saw this deal. Get even more off using quidco (4%) and £10 off code.

Lay-Z-Spa Inflatable Hot Tub.
•Enjoy up to 40° C water temperature.
•Digital control panel.
•Lay-Z-massage system with 80 micro jets.
•Water filtration system.
•Rapid heating system.
•Easy set up, no tools required.
•For indoor and outdoor use.
•Holds up to 4 adults.
•Lay-Z-Spa Comes with a free setup & maintenance DVD
•Inflated size H71, W206, D206cm.
•Retail carton weight 33.5kg

58 Comments

thinking hot tub time machine! wonder if thats extra

These will fail within a few months. Check tHe reviews.
Its inflatable. I guess you get what you pay for.
Try and get a used hot tub. In winter though or prices rocket

My parents have had one of these for a few years now. They only inflate it for the summer then deflate and store for winter. It can take a bit to warm up but works fine for them and they live in Scotland. They have a slabbed area for it specially we'd be tempted if we didn't have such a small garden!

classy
don't forget the chlorine!

Got one for £150 from Tesco a couple of years ago, takes around 24 hours to properly heat up with the lid on and the pump/heater unit broke after 3 weeks. Returned for a refund.

Good fun while it lasted! Think the heater is around 2600w? Bloody expensive to run...

Im guessing they dont deal with cats too well!

They should go down in price a fair bit now summers finished.
Edited by: "Broxy" 28th May 2011

We've had one three years, up all summer, stored in winter . Takes a while to heat and will get dirty after a few dips, but great fun with a few friends and some booze.

Original Poster

Got mine £214.99 using voucher code + hopefully £8 quidco + 896 nectar points. Bring on the bubbles.8)

Edited by: "actress" 28th May 2011

Good price!

Friends had one, it broke after 5 or 6 uses.
Keep the receipt

Glad to see negative comments. Now I won't be tempted to waste more money

Homebase also have a similar price to this plus 15% off this weekend

Reliablity and running costs just makes it a no for me

Banned

Total chick magnet, have some heat

Have 1 and cost pennies to run my bills havnt changed - v unreliable not working at min waiting for replacement but still cheaper to buy new heater every year than full hot tub bloody fantastic love it x

heat for price/deal but horribly chavvy. save up for a real one.

kebabjones

Have 1 and cost pennies to run my bills havnt changed - v unreliable not … Have 1 and cost pennies to run my bills havnt changed - v unreliable not working at min



That's probably why.

Ike

heat for price/deal but horribly chavvy. save up for a real one.



and a real one won't be chavvy?!

hotyoda

and a real one won't be chavvy?!



hmm, you make an interesting point sir.

i think that not being inflatable would be a step in the right direction though!
Edited by: "Ike" 28th May 2011

This inflatable Spa Pool comes with a DVD, filter cartridge and chemical … This inflatable Spa Pool comes with a DVD, filter cartridge and chemical floater



Hmm, not sure I'd be happy to see a floater in my hot tub..

Stefanieroe12

Homebase also have a similar price to this plus 15% off this weekend



Its £350 at Homebase before the discount so miles more expensive.

Ordered!!

Been wanting one of these for ages - and best price i could find was £300 ....

Also had a nectar mail for double points - so 1800 nectar points pretty much - thats £10ish, plus whatever quidco, and £10 off my order using 9VJ6-N3GG-LQMC.

If quidco tracks at 6% .... works out ill be paying around £190 for it!

Shame i couldnt use £50 of sainsburys vouchers i had here...

BTW - Homebase and argos prices for this are £349.... so its a pretty hefty saving.

Edited by: "RCUK" 29th May 2011

we have one of these and it is fab - kids love it and would be in it every day if I let them, as long as you take care of the pump ( we cover ours to keep it dry), treat the water properly it should be fine. it comes in protective casing so no problem with our cat! worth every penny IMO

Hi

Could anyone tell me the measurements. Do you think it would fit in a summerhouse and would you be able to leave it up all year round?

Thanks

islandhealer

HiCould anyone tell me the measurements. Do you think it would fit in a … HiCould anyone tell me the measurements. Do you think it would fit in a summerhouse and would you be able to leave it up all year round?Thanks



Probably if the floor can take 1.5 tons of water + people over 2m square space

Got one of these 2 weeks ago and keep it in a garage. Terrible for retaining heat so you will have to run it a few hours each day to keep temp up. Doesn't seem too expensive to run going by electricity readings.

Don't expect to jump straight in once it's up as you have to give it a shock dose of chlorine which takes a day or two to settle to usable levels. Also have to make sure the ph levels are balanced.

Would recommend buying the Clearwater starter kit as this has everything you need to keep the spa clean also buy a little fishing net or food strainer for cleaning the surface. (hairs float to surface and don't get caught by filter) also purchase some spare filters on eBay for a good price.

If you can live with a pretty much daily maintenance of it it is worth it when you get in and sit and relax.
Edited by: "cartman1982" 29th May 2011

doesnt look very deep from the pic

Was at a house party last night with a proper hot tub and it was one of the funniest nights I can remember.
Hot Tub + Alcohol + Lack of swim wear = awesome night.

anyone know if it is the 2011 model? apparently the new model has a better pump? thanks
Edited by: "pre-reg" 29th May 2011

Yeah am sure these are the 2011 models. Have the clips on top instead of zip.

thanks mate - decided to take the plunge!!

Seen the chemical starter pack is £19.99 at argos... seems cheaper then anywhere else - but 21 day wait for delivery!!

is the argos chemical starter pack the best to go for? any other recommendations? thanks peeps

RCUK

Seen the chemical starter pack is £19.99 at argos... seems cheaper then … Seen the chemical starter pack is £19.99 at argos... seems cheaper then anywhere else - but 21 day wait for delivery!!


Says 7 days for delivery - but thedelivery charge is quite steep!

Can you set the heater at different levels? Was thinking of getting a couple of 200w solar panels and battery to put on roof of shed and provide a bit of power during day. Won't cover the full running power but might be ok assuming you can turn heater down.

Was thinking of getting a mains powered electric element.... put it in the water (making sure it doesnt touch any plastic) and it will prob heat the water rather fast!

Used one in the past and it was quite imprssive!

The clear water kit is the one that's recommended for the spa. Can get it from Asda direct for £25 delivered which is cheaper than Argos which charge £8.95 for delivery. Asda one takes a day or two to arrive. Also can pick them up on eBay for similar price.
There are other kits available on eBay and other sites though but couldn't recommend any.

Not sure the solar thing would work as it has a special plug that has to be connected directly to a socket (no extension cable) has a lot of length on supplied cable though. Could give it a bash if you know what ur doing I suppose.

As for the heating element thing I wouldnt recommend that. Seems a bit risky and the tempature hasn't to go over 40 degrees

true say re the risk bit!!

Quite excited now - does anyone know if the spa comes with a chemial set to start off with - or do you need to buy one prior to using it for the first time?

RCUK

true say re the risk bit!!Quite excited now - does anyone know if the spa … true say re the risk bit!!Quite excited now - does anyone know if the spa comes with a chemial set to start off with - or do you need to buy one prior to using it for the first time?




Doesn't come with kit. Need to purchase on it's own. Yeah recommend using kit before using spa as it requires a shock dose of chlorine to start with. Also need to sort out the ph levels as these can affect pump operation.
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