Lay z spa Miami £250 at B & Q + £10 cashback
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Lay z spa Miami £250 at B & Q + £10 cashback

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Found 9th Jan
Lay a spa Miami reduced to £250 at B&Q + £10 cashback

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£10.00 cashback for £250.00 spend at B&Q at voucherbox


PRODUCT DETAILS

Lay-Z-Spa Miami Hot tub is the perfect way to indulge in some luxury in the comfort of your own garden. 2/4 people

  • Total Number of Spa Jets - 81
  • Assembly required

Features and Benefits

  • Featuring a sturdy I-Beam construction
  • With a soothing air jet system
  • Heating-running when massage activated
  • Digital controlled pump with soft-touch control panel
  • Fast, easy setup - inflates using the spa's pump
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Excellent price. I have one its ace
Interestingly the same price on Amazon.
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scottwhittlejunk26 m ago

Excellent price. I have one its ace

Any idea what the running costs are when left on? I know your ment leave it on permanently and let the thermostat kick in to warm it up when it needs to.
The_Guru12 m ago

Any idea what the running costs are when left on? I know your ment leave …Any idea what the running costs are when left on? I know your ment leave it on permanently and let the thermostat kick in to warm it up when it needs to.


Its cost about 6 quid a day if u leave it on permentaly it goes to 40oc is suggest getting a hot tap for outside to fill it up it works out cheaper and when tirned of over night it drops about 13oc
The_Guru13 m ago

Any idea what the running costs are when left on? I know your ment leave …Any idea what the running costs are when left on? I know your ment leave it on permanently and let the thermostat kick in to warm it up when it needs to.


One of the reviews says £3 a day. Don't k ow how accurate that is?
1on47 m ago

One of the reviews says £3 a day. Don't k ow how accurate that is?

So adds up to quite a bit over the year then. Over £1000 a year to run it!?
Edited by: "The_Guru" 9th Jan
The_Guru21 m ago

Any idea what the running costs are when left on? I know your ment leave …Any idea what the running costs are when left on? I know your ment leave it on permanently and let the thermostat kick in to warm it up when it needs to.


I'd probably say about £10 per week depending on how much you use it.

I use it 3-4 times a week with constant bubbles. Taking care of the water is about £30 a year. Chlorine tables/granules etc..
Yeh would agree approx 10 er per week depends on ambient outside temp and tariff but if you know temp down to constant heat of like 34/35 overnight or when not using then will conserve alot more expense than heating constantly to 40 degrees then just set to 40 degrees 4/5 hours before wanting to use.Heats approx 1 degree an hour depending on conditions and certain factors ( like age of the pump)
I had the larger paris. About 40-45 a month in electric if you are on an up to date decent energy deal. I will advise to first change the temperature of your boiler to 35ish degrees and fill it up from that. Cheaper than getting the little pump to do all the hard work and will make it last longer. Multifunctional tablets in a floater are much easier than all the granules and weighing etc, nice and easy! Well worth it!
We have one and it only comes out during the summer months. On average it cost us around 60-70p per day at 38c 24/7 however we have seen it go up to around £1.20 when it starts getting cold. Id expect it to cost circa £2 min a day if your having it on this time of year..
Any issues keeping these in a spare room rather than outside?
eyebaws1 h, 21 m ago

Any issues keeping these in a spare room rather than outside?


Yes. it will no longer be a spare room
eyebaws1 h, 30 m ago

Any issues keeping these in a spare room rather than outside?


I wouldn't. Yes a conservatory with tile or vinyl floor but not a spare room. There is too much moisture/ condensation. You also have to work on a ton of water.

Also running costs are around £20 a week winter and £10 summer. I have used lay z spas for around 7 years, 8 months a year generally
Edited by: "beerbellybill999" 9th Jan
beerbellybill99914 h, 34 m ago

I wouldn't. Yes a conservatory with tile or vinyl floor but not a spare …I wouldn't. Yes a conservatory with tile or vinyl floor but not a spare room. There is too much moisture/ condensation. You also have to work on a ton of water.Also running costs are around £20 a week winter and £10 summer. I have used lay z spas for around 7 years, 8 months a year generally


So you could basically buy 3 of these in a year by the time you pay your electric bill! Crazy. Ill stick to my bath tub! Lol
The pump cannot go below - 4 so be careful if you store it somewhere outside.. Mines packed away middle of Oct till April..
scottwhittlejunk3 h, 51 m ago

The pump cannot go below - 4 so be careful if you store it somewhere …The pump cannot go below - 4 so be careful if you store it somewhere outside.. Mines packed away middle of Oct till April..


You mean 4 degrees not -4 degrees. It is because of the risk of freezing, but in practice as long as it's running and heating it's not a problem. I have run these at -8 without issue. Even if the pump stopped, as long as still got some heat in the water in the tub, it is unlikely the pump will freeze because of heat conduction. If you left it out and it was stone cold, then you are going to have issues. The pumps can be stored outside disconnected as long as you tip any remaining water in that could freeze. Tough little things, these.
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