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Lay Z Spa Inflatable Hot Tub £299 + £10 voucher @ Argos
Lay Z Spa Inflatable Hot Tub £299 + £10 voucher @ Argos

Lay Z Spa Inflatable Hot Tub £299 + £10 voucher @ Argos

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* 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 & outdoor use.

* Holds up to 4 adults.

* Lay-Z-Spa Comes with a free setup & maintenance DVD

* Inflated size H206, W206cm.

* Retail carton weight 33.5kg


* The Lay-Z-Spa is covered by a fully comprehensive after sales service free phone 0800 612 0457 email- aftersales@bestway-uk.com or visit lay-z-spa.co.uk

12 Comments

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spitroast

Indoor use?? Would love to see the missus face if she walked in and I was watching the footy in this...

How the hell would you empty it indoors as well???

Original Poster

How the hell would you empty it indoors as well???


I dunno they manage to do it with birth pools tho?

Infact....just buy the pump and modify a birth pool and save a few £££ lol

£199 at Homebase 2 weeks ago. Maybe even now.

Is this a hot tub time machine?

adamck;8487436

I dunno they manage to do it with birth pools tho?Infact....just buy the … I dunno they manage to do it with birth pools tho?Infact....just buy the pump and modify a birth pool and save a few £££ lol



But maybe she might get the wrong idea of having a romp in a birth pool ;-)

Idea of this is awesome but practicality is zero

Only buy if you are happy to double your electric bill. Ours is now packed up in the shed.

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6sense;8488172

Only buy if you are happy to double your electric bill. Ours is now … Only buy if you are happy to double your electric bill. Ours is now packed up in the shed.


mine does not cost that much,i switch heater on at night,when i go to bed(cheap rate)and it stays above 35c all day :thumbsup:

guv;8491723

Indoors, doesn't necessarily mean you install it in the living room in … Indoors, doesn't necessarily mean you install it in the living room in front of the TV. Do you not have more than one room in your house?



well I wouldnt install it in my bathroom would I, the kitchen - too many sharp items, stairwell - issues with gravity, dining room - it might fall off the table, bedroom - might drown in my sleep......so where else can I put it?????

Totally unreliable. Had 5 pumps in the space of 8 months. Bestway now advise that customers unplug the heater/pump for 8 hours a day, which is ridiculous 'cos the water goes cold, and you have to reheat again. Also hideously expensive to run (approx £175 a quarter). Better off joining a local keep fit centre and using their facilities, or shelling out for a decent purpose built spa. It may cost a lot more, but you'll save the money on running costs, new pumps, filters etc in the long run. They also look a lot better than this piece of garbage, The Series 3 Premium (new improved) version is even worse, in that it does not pump heated water through the air jets, and relies on outside air. OK when the outside air temperature is high, but totally useless in winter as it cools the water down very quickly. The moral of the story is if you pay a small price, the product is probably crap. In the case of the Lay Z Spa, that has never been more true. Check out the negative comments all over the net, they can't all be wrong. The only reason Argos, Homebase etc continue to sell them is that they pass the buck back to Bestway, and therefore avoid the hassle from angry buyers.
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