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Posted 18 May 2023

Lay-Z-Spa Miami Air Jet Hot Tub - £183.99 Delivered With Code @ BargainMax

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If you're looking for a hot tub, then a Lay-z-Spa model for this kind of money good at the moment. Use code OUTDOOR20 for this price.

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The Lay-Z-Spa Miami AirJet can seat up to 4 people making it ideal for couples and families. Its envigorating all-surrounding 120 AirJet massage system is accompanied by a rapid heating system so you can enjoy water of up to 40°C. It benefits from a digitally controlled pump with cup holders, power-saving timer and Freeze Shield so you can enjoy relaxing in the outdoors any day of the year.

Made of a sturdy Duraplus construction it includes an insulating inflatable lid and a leatheroid clip-on cover, a ChemConnect dispenser, and even repair patches. This compact and easy-to-setup Lay-Z-Spa is sure to impress whilt complementing any modern garden or outdoor living area.

The Miami AirJet™ hot tub offers relaxation, comfort and versatility at an affordable price.

As with all Lay‑Z‑Spa hot tubs, it can be easily set up and inflated in under 5 minutes, ready to fill with water. No tools or professional installation required.

Freeze Shield™ technology, premium DuraPlus™ Material, energy saving timer, advanced safety features, ChemConnect™ dispenser, digital display panel, built‑in cup holders, inflatable lid and reinforced insulating cover with safety lock clips.

Contains: Lay-Z-Spa Miami Air Jet
Batteries: Not required
SKU: 3240905

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  1. cbflazaro's avatar
    keeping it hot (without insulation, etc at 40C) on the variable tariff price cap , during the summer, will cost you approx £175~ per month (£250-300/month in the winter). As others said, you can fill it up from hot tap , use then dump water for about £2-3 (gas boiler),
    An half way option will be a time of use tarrif like octopus go and try to maximise heating during the cheap period,(on during cheap period everyday + boost a few hours when you need it), which should cost you around £75-100 a month

    Alternatively build good insulation and make a solar water heating loop with some black hose and you can run this for "free" (running a 20Watt pump a few hours a day when its sunny which will be some pence or as it did, with a small solar panel powering a pump/thermostat)
    50205066-zPqHA.jpg during the summer. (edited)
    almasurfingalmasurfing's avatar
    Any link how to make one yourself? Thanks
  2. CarloRivera's avatar
    Bought something off BargainMax last week and they sent it via Evri. It arrived in a terrible state. Box smashed, holes all over it. I complained but haven't heard back yet. Won't be buying from them again if they keep using Evri.
    Which is a shame as their prices are good.
    Bedrocks's avatar
    Evri are shockingly bad

    Thanks for the info
  3. aGoodEightInches's avatar
    Whats the realistic running costs for one of these at the moment?
    The_Guru's avatar
    Your electricity will double in price
  4. CurvedSlightly's avatar
    Wife and I (and our 6 kids) have to use foodbanks to afford to run ours, but we've just won the PPCL so it should go nicely next to our campervan.
  5. DrKnavery's avatar
    The box art is fantastic, I assume all 4 adults pictured don't actually have legs.
  6. deleted9453's avatar
    Can't give em away compared to 2020.
    carlos777uk's avatar
    Paid £450 for this during lockdowns. That they can sell it for this little shows price gouging and so I feel little sympathy for them now the shoe is entirely on the other foot.
  7. jsd74's avatar
    Has anyone tried electric pump and pipes through a car radiator over the BBQ
    PaulandPam's avatar
    The heat from a BBQ would melt the soldered joints on a car radiator so it'll fall apart within seconds, (unless nowadays they use stainless steel which I think they don't).
    Radiators are also made of Aluminium and plastic so again don't do well with red hot charcoal (edited)
  8. Phil_Smithf4B's avatar
  9. almasurfingalmasurfing's avatar
    Hi . Thinking of buying smaller one as only 2 adults will use any toutgs if the st. Lucia model works for us . Thanks
  10. rammstein's avatar
    Very good but doesnt beat £150 delivered I paid for my madrid last july
  11. mrke's avatar
    Showing as OoS
  12. myshinywheels's avatar
    Any more details on running costs?
  13. This.Is.Dog's avatar
    🔥 Deal!
  14. hellen1818's avatar
    Don’t worry love they will soon be giving them away with a Mac Donald’s lol
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