Lay-Z-Spa Miami Hot Tub, Airjet Inflatable Spa, 2-4 Person £250 @ Amazon
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Lay-Z-Spa Miami Hot Tub, Airjet Inflatable Spa, 2-4 Person £250 @ Amazon

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Found 23rd Dec 2017
Introducing the Lay-Z-Spa Miami
Inflatable, Portable And Durable
Introducing the Lay-Z- Spa Miami (as seen on TV), which is one of the most popular models and a right option if this is your first step into the world of inflatable spas.
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2-4 ha.

2 max, unless you want to lose a toe in someone's bum hole
The_Guru15 m ago

Just don't buy 1. Problem solved and put £250 towards something else


We have a Lay-Z-Spa. It’s one of the best things we’ve bought.

It’s stored in the garage until we have a decent few days forecast. Then it comes out on to the patio. It takes about half an hour to set up then an hour or so to fill with hot water. Then we have it running for two or three days, depending on the weather. Sitting in it with the bubbles raging around you as the sun sets on a cloudless sky into the night is fabulous. We’ve even had it out in winter when there’s been a clear couple of days. It’s a damn sight better than being sat watching tv I can assure you!
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Around here, they call these things 'sex ponds.'
*Sloman*43 m ago

2-4 ha.2 max, unless you want to lose a toe in someone's bum hole


Isn’t that what people who invite 4 to get in buy hot tubs for?
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2-4 ha.

2 max, unless you want to lose a toe in someone's bum hole
*Sloman*1 m ago

2-4 ha.2 max, unless you want to lose a toe in someone's bum hole


Wear wellies. Problem solved.
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*Sloman*43 m ago

2-4 ha.2 max, unless you want to lose a toe in someone's bum hole


Isn’t that what people who invite 4 to get in buy hot tubs for?
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Around here, they call these things 'sex ponds.'
SimyJo1 h, 0 m ago

Wear wellies. Problem solved.

Just don't buy 1. Problem solved and put £250 towards something else
The_Guru15 m ago

Just don't buy 1. Problem solved and put £250 towards something else


We have a Lay-Z-Spa. It’s one of the best things we’ve bought.

It’s stored in the garage until we have a decent few days forecast. Then it comes out on to the patio. It takes about half an hour to set up then an hour or so to fill with hot water. Then we have it running for two or three days, depending on the weather. Sitting in it with the bubbles raging around you as the sun sets on a cloudless sky into the night is fabulous. We’ve even had it out in winter when there’s been a clear couple of days. It’s a damn sight better than being sat watching tv I can assure you!
Eww - too much hard work to clean it afterwards though... Heat added for the deal btw!
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*Sloman*1 h, 29 m ago

2-4 ha.2 max, unless you want to lose a toe in someone's bum hole


4 then.
The swingers bath tub
the larger one is £354.99 . so i would think this is the normal price £250 with a fake inflated orginal price...
The_Guru36 m ago

Just don't buy 1. Problem solved and put £250 towards something else


Are you suggesting buy 2 and having a mega pond.
Meh..... i'd only buy the Vegas upwards.
Bit deeper and get more people in. At least that's what my mate reckons
Edited by: "MRGRINGO" 23rd Dec 2017
Was gonna post this earlier, recently purchased a Vegas and probably been in it 40 out of 50 days. Just about to get in ours now. This is a good price, best it's been for a long time
MRGRINGO6 m ago

Meh..... i'd only buy the Vegas upwards. Bit deeper and get more people …Meh..... i'd only buy the Vegas upwards. Bit deeper and get more people in. At least that's what my mate reckons


That's what she said
That's what she said
That's what she said
johnraggett5 m ago

Was gonna post this earlier, recently purchased a Vegas and probably been …Was gonna post this earlier, recently purchased a Vegas and probably been in it 40 out of 50 days. Just about to get in ours now. This is a good price, best it's been for a long time


£250 for a Miami ain't a deal breaker.
We've used our Vegas tons. Wednesday nights have never been so good.
Smag47 m ago

We have a Lay-Z-Spa. It’s one of the best things we’ve bought. It’s store …We have a Lay-Z-Spa. It’s one of the best things we’ve bought. It’s stored in the garage until we have a decent few days forecast. Then it comes out on to the patio. It takes about half an hour to set up then an hour or so to fill with hot water. Then we have it running for two or three days, depending on the weather. Sitting in it with the bubbles raging around you as the sun sets on a cloudless sky into the night is fabulous. We’ve even had it out in winter when there’s been a clear couple of days. It’s a damn sight better than being sat watching tv I can assure you!


My parents have theirs out all year under a metal gazibo. Its great in the snow
philrrobinson52 m ago

Are you suggesting buy 2 and having a mega pond.

Buy 10 and have a street party! Bacteria for everyone!
I have mine in a summer house double doors open, lovely.

Surprisingly we rarely have the bubbles on.

Have insulated the side and top, turn it off at night drops maybe 8 degrees and takes another 4/5 hours to get to 40 the next evening.
Edited by: "johnraggett" 23rd Dec 2017
I have the Monaco lay-Z-spa, cannot recommend them enough! The whole family loves it including the kiddies, the spa's have plenty of health benefits as well.
*Sloman*4 h, 24 m ago

2-4 ha.2 max, unless you want to lose a toe in someone's bum hole


We had 7 in one of these... it was
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glorious
My water costs 4 M3 how much would it cost to fill and then heat using the heater as I have no boiler?
The_Guru2 h, 6 m ago

Buy 10 and have a street party! Bacteria for everyone!


Exactly that ! Don't want to be a kill joy, but these soon end up full of bacteria with the potential to include the deadly legionella bacteria, which has a 12% mortality rate. If you're going to buy one of these you need to follow the manufacturers maintenance instructions to the letter, and keep it spotlessly clean.





19 hospitalised and a British person dead in Majorca, all traced back to a poorly maintained jacuzzi spa.




express.co.uk/news/world/894145/legionnaires-disease-majorca-palmanova-UK-tourist-death-legionella-police-probe





I personally wouldn't go in one or too near one if you paid me. But I've seen the results of the water samples from too many back garden jacuzzis, after someone has fallen seriously ill.


They should all come with a serious health warning on the sides, just like cigarettes do.

Edit : grammar
Edited by: "rok263" 23rd Dec 2017
Does not ship to NI
rok26316 m ago

Exactly that ! Don't want to be a kill joy, but these soon end up full of … Exactly that ! Don't want to be a kill joy, but these soon end up full of bacteria with the potential to include the deadly legionella bacteria, which has a 12% mortality rate. If you're going to buy one of these you need to follow the manufacturers maintenance instructions to the letter, and keep it spotlessly clean. 19 hospitalised and a British person dead in Majorca, all traced back to a poorly maintained jacuzzi spa.express.co.uk/news/world/894145/legionnaires-disease-majorca-palmanova-UK-tourist-death-legionella-police-probe I personally wouldn't go in one or too near one if you paid me. But I've seen the results of the water samples from too many back garden jacuzzis, after someone has fallen seriously ill. They should all come with a serious health warning on the sides, just like cigarettes do. Edit : grammar


Not if you look after them correctly, check the levels and use the right chemicals. Personally I would pay more get a rigid one that can be used all year Canadian spa
Good price but very expensive to run (especially if you are on a water meter and also for the oil/electric to heat it). Also needs a lot of work in keeping it clean.
leighannecooper22 m ago

Not if you look after them correctly, check the levels and use the right …Not if you look after them correctly, check the levels and use the right chemicals. Personally I would pay more get a rigid one that can be used all year Canadian spa

The problem is your average person doesn't look after them properly, because they don't fully understand why they need to look after to them, and what the ramifications might be if the don't. It's the same with the quick up pools in the summer, people don't look after them correctly either. Most people think fill it up with some fresh tap water, and that'll be good for a week or 2, or I'll top it up with more fresh water in a week and that'll sort it...... no it won't. Until folks are much more legionella aware, we are going to continue to see people hospitalised or dead. That's one of the reasons the HSE introduced the legally required legionella risk assessments for all rental properties, folks are getting really ill, or dying all because of ignorance of the risks associated with water cleanliness, and safe water storage. Folks need to start thinking about water as a utility that has a potential for danger, like they do with gas and electricity. It's just as dangerous, and hospitalises as many people as gas and electricity related incidents do. Good luck to the folks buying one, but don't trust to luck, do your research, read the manuals from cover to cover and keep your jacuzzi spotlessly clean, and maintained, chemical levels checked, very regularly, and hope for the best.
Smag4 h, 7 m ago

We have a Lay-Z-Spa. It’s one of the best things we’ve bought. It’s store …We have a Lay-Z-Spa. It’s one of the best things we’ve bought. It’s stored in the garage until we have a decent few days forecast. Then it comes out on to the patio. It takes about half an hour to set up then an hour or so to fill with hot water. Then we have it running for two or three days, depending on the weather. Sitting in it with the bubbles raging around you as the sun sets on a cloudless sky into the night is fabulous. We’ve even had it out in winter when there’s been a clear couple of days. It’s a damn sight better than being sat watching tv I can assure you!


You've basically made it sound like a real pain in the arse to store, unpack/pack, and fill.
have been in mine now for 4 weeks to cold to get out can santa swim
Bought thanks...now all I need is a girlfriend to go in it. At least the bubbles will speed up the recovery when I self harm. I'm so very lonely 😔
AliciaeGG4 h, 17 m ago

My parents have theirs out all year under a metal gazibo. Its great in the …My parents have theirs out all year under a metal gazibo. Its great in the snow


I thought you had to be careful not to use it under 4 degrees temperature because the pump will break? I bought a few weeks before Black Friday but haven’t got it out yet as the temperature has been too unpredictable...
bluep11 m ago

I thought you had to be careful not to use it under 4 degrees temperature …I thought you had to be careful not to use it under 4 degrees temperature because the pump will break? I bought a few weeks before Black Friday but haven’t got it out yet as the temperature has been too unpredictable...


The temperature in the pump/tub must be above 4 degrees otherwise it will shut down, and then it can freeze and damage the pump if below freezing. They are totally fine if they are running and are kept at operating temperature. I rent similar tubs out, and Christmas/ New year are very popular.
Having had a nosey & read through this thread as im soo tempted to buy one. I understand they come with the chemicals & a dvd on how to clean them apprpriately??.. i get very anxious about these things & i must say that the previous post about legionella has defo put me off & given me anxiety about possibly harming my family & freinds.
Looks like the new Amazon Echo Tub
7fink77 h, 55 m ago

Here it is for 230£


That's just starting for the inflatable liner
Cat_LadyLou3 h, 34 m ago

Having had a nosey & read through this thread as im soo tempted to buy …Having had a nosey & read through this thread as im soo tempted to buy one. I understand they come with the chemicals & a dvd on how to clean them apprpriately??.. i get very anxious about these things & i must say that the previous post about legionella has defo put me off & given me anxiety about possibly harming my family & freinds.


Buy all the gear and you'll be fine. I've got a massive tub of the chlorine tablets, plus pH plus and minus, ours is generally low so need plus regularly, not used minus. Anti foam, which I've used twice so far. I bought filters in bulk, change them monthly and clean monthly. Surprising how dirty they get and just shows how if not looked after you could become ill from poor hygiene.

I've changed the water once since we've had it, that was a bit of a hassle, seen as though ours is inside, took ages for it to drain. Didn't need much of a clean but wanted to insulate the sides, as we did the lid.
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There is a post towards the end of this thread I found very useful
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*Sloman*13 h, 13 m ago

2-4 ha.2 max, unless you want to lose a toe in someone's bum hole


Actually made me lol
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