Lay-Z-Spa Bali 2-4 Person Hot Tub £279.99 (Pick up Instore only) / Lay Z Spa 2-4 Bali LED Spa £286.94 (Online Only) @ Argos
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Lay-Z-Spa Bali 2-4 Person Hot Tub £279.99 (Pick up Instore only) / Lay Z Spa 2-4 Bali LED Spa £286.94 (Online Only) @ Argos

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Found 6th May
Price drop on both of these today, although one is order for collection only at £279.99 and the other is only available for delivery £286.94

Pretty good on either though, especially as the Miami model seems to be OOS for delivery and limited stock wise. Availability on both at Argos looks decent right now though


Bali 2-4 Person Lay-Z-Spa Hot Tub - £279.99 PICK UP IN STORE ONLY

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Relax in the comfort of your own home with your very own Lay-Z-Spa hot tub. It gives you a 40 degrees celsius rapid heating system, 81 AirJet Massage System and a remote controlled, integrated LED lighting system with 7 colour options. The hot tub comfortably fits up to 4 people and has a built-in energy saving timer and an integrated water filtration system. The digitally controlled pump has a soft-touch control panel and can be set up fast in just 10 minutes using the spa's pump. "Available for home delivery on 8107242".

The Lay-Z-Spa Bali has a 7 colour integrated LED lighting system with remote control, allowing you to set the atmosphere, to suit your mood.

Relax in 40c water combined with the soothing Airjet massage system; a rejuvenating massage system consisting of 81 all-surrounding air jets that encircle the perimeter of the floor. The massage system and heater can now run simultaneously, minimising heat loss during use.

  • Grey coloured inside.
  • Holds up to 4 adults.
  • Air blower.
  • 81 air jets.
  • Requires 13A socket.
  • 2 kw heater.
  • 669 litre water capacity.
  • Premium underwater LED lighting systems.
  • This efficient pump provides low cost filtration for your spa.
  • Size: Depth 180, Width 180, Height 66, Diameter 44cm.
  • Weight 34.27kg.
  • EAN: 6942138944853.



Lay Z Spa 2-4 Bali LED Spa £286.94HOME DELIVERY ONLY

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Power Saving System: Automatic start/stop timer-controlled heating system. Remote-control activated multi-colored LED light strip system. Reinforced cover with safety lock clips and built-in air chamber for insulation. Pump is supplied with a residual current device - rated residual operating current not exceeding 10mA. Digitally controlled pump with soft-touch control panel To collect in store use cat number 7921151.

Outer walls of the inflatable pool are made of tritechtm material. 220-240v~ 50hz.

Soothing airjet system (81 air jets). Power saving system: automatic start/stop timer-controlled heating system. Remote-control activated multi-colored led light strip system. Heater 2050w at 20?.

  • Grey coloured inside.
  • Black coloured cabinet.
  • Hard top safety cover.
  • Holds up to 4 adults.
  • Aromatherapy system including a canister that mixes scented beads (purchased separately) with warm air to release the smells when in the spa.
  • 81 air jets.
  • 2.05 kw heater.
  • 669 litre water capacity.
  • Premium underwater LED lighting systems.
  • Ozone generation system to react and kill bacteria and reduce the chemicals needed for maintenance.
  • This efficient pump provides low cost filtration for your spa.
  • Size: Depth 180, Width 180, Height 66, Diameter 180cm.
  • Weight 28.91kg.
  • EAN: 6942138944853.
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After watching Jim in the new series of "Friday Night Dinner", I'll never buy a Hot Tub again
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Shalom.
SkilledNutter1 h, 54 m ago

Around £30-£60 a month depends on chemical costs and electric tariff


This would presumably be if you keep it heated to say 30 degrees or more every day. For us, it costs something like £10 a month because we check the weather reports (haha) and heat it up for about 2 days before the hot weather costing about £2 a day. The thermal lid keeps the temperature inside, and usually the drop is only 5 degrees per night unless its really really cold. It depends of course how you use it. If you use it like we do, two or three times a month during summer then i think £10-15 is about right. We buy spa chemicals on either ebay or amazon and get 1kg bromine tubs that last for 6 months for £10 at a time. We add 1 scoop of spa shock once a week and fully drain/clean it once a month. In terms of water cost, i haven't bothered to calculate that.
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What's the rough pricing of keeping one of these afloat? (Excuse the pun).
After watching Jim in the new series of "Friday Night Dinner", I'll never buy a Hot Tub again
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Shalom.
Derek_Horatio_Shatwell5 m ago

After watching Jim in the new series of "Friday Night Dinner", I'll never …After watching Jim in the new series of "Friday Night Dinner", I'll never buy a Hot Tub again [Image] Shalom.


Brilliant
Derek_Horatio_Shatwell13 m ago

After watching Jim in the new series of "Friday Night Dinner", I'll never …After watching Jim in the new series of "Friday Night Dinner", I'll never buy a Hot Tub again [Image] Shalom.


So no nippy nippy?

Lol
Your local b and q probably has miami for £235 for collection.
Toxiic3 h, 14 m ago

What's the rough pricing of keeping one of these afloat? (Excuse the pun).


I know someone who has one of these and they say about £10- £15 a week. I have a six Seater jacuzzi and it costs £20+ per week. They will be more expensive to run in winter. We haven’t been through a summer with ours so I hope it’s much cheaper.Do also remember the cost of chemicals too.
Ive read in a few places that an inflatable hot tub costs approximately half the price to run compared to a fixed fibreglass tub.
Toxiic4 h, 6 m ago

What's the rough pricing of keeping one of these afloat? (Excuse the pun).


Around £30-£60 a month depends on chemical costs and electric tariff
knowing me ill buy this and itll rain for weeks! damn u UK weather!
I got the B&Q Miami for £250 and it’s in the conservatory so weather not a problem!! Also helps keep the ambient temperature up so will hopefully reduce costs in the long run.
Everyone should ave a hot tub. I got mine last year but for the price I'll add heat.
I know the better price is the Miami if you can get hold of one but which is the better Hot tub? X
Heat. I bought this one for £300 last year. And yeah we use it. Very nice. Hot weather, cocktails, bikinis.... who would say no ? way better than spending £5k on a spa that will give you the same experience.
SkilledNutter1 h, 54 m ago

Around £30-£60 a month depends on chemical costs and electric tariff


This would presumably be if you keep it heated to say 30 degrees or more every day. For us, it costs something like £10 a month because we check the weather reports (haha) and heat it up for about 2 days before the hot weather costing about £2 a day. The thermal lid keeps the temperature inside, and usually the drop is only 5 degrees per night unless its really really cold. It depends of course how you use it. If you use it like we do, two or three times a month during summer then i think £10-15 is about right. We buy spa chemicals on either ebay or amazon and get 1kg bromine tubs that last for 6 months for £10 at a time. We add 1 scoop of spa shock once a week and fully drain/clean it once a month. In terms of water cost, i haven't bothered to calculate that.
Buy one... You'll not regret it.
Loving hot tubs in overlooked estate houses.
Have some heat for the decent price , I would say they are only any good for 3 people max . I had the Vegas and that was a push for 4 . They are very good to show you how to maintain a tub with chemicals, water changes etc and after the novelty wears off how much they are actually used. Keep in mind electric bills and if your on a water meter . But for a bit of a toy you can’t really beat these for the money and after all you got to try everything in life at least once
If I lived in a terrace or semi and next door bought one my next purchase would be an air rifle.
jaydeeuk116 m ago

If I lived in a terrace or semi and next door bought one my next purchase …If I lived in a terrace or semi and next door bought one my next purchase would be an air rifle.



Oh dear
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Dam you Hotukdeals
I’ve got a couple of fatty neighbors next door and they have one . They look like a couple of hippos wallowing in the river . Kids are chavs and jump on the trampoline. Don’t buy one of these unless you are fit.
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