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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

£250£269.997%Amazon Deals
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Posted 6th Jun
I think it's this price at B&Q too but that may be store specific, or you may prefer to buy from Amazon.

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  • UK's Bestselling, Award Winning Inflatable Hot Tub Brand: Trusted by over 250,000 customers
  • Massage system: The soothing 81 AirJet system gives you an all-surrounding massage experience for pure relaxation
  • Set up in minutes (tool free): Lay-Z-Spa spas require no professional installation or tools, inflate with the included pump and set up easily in less than 10 minutes
  • Blissful 40 degree Celsius rapid heating system: Enhanced pump technology enables you to simultaneously heat and filter the water whilst running the massage system
  • Reliable safety, durability and quality: Cushioned floor, reinforced TriTech material, insulated rayon coated cover and ground fault detection system provide enhanced safety, comfort and strength
  • Energy saving timer: Schedule your next hot tub session so it's ready for when you get home and save energy when not in use
  • Up to 2 years Warranty: All Lay-Z-Spa models include up to 2 years Warranty for peace of mind; We also have a friendly Dedicated UK based aftersales team to help with your Enquiries
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howellers06/06/2019 17:13

Why are you selling it on Amazon?


Sorry I didnt mean it like that. I am not selling these. I meant I bought one for myself from amazon this time last year. So if anyone has any questions on their maintenance etc, I am happy to help them.
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Weren’t they £200 at Morrison’s last week?
Got this same tub around July last year from Amazon. Happy to answer any questions about it.
lasuil06/06/2019 17:08

Got this same tub around July last year from Amazon. Happy to answer any …Got this same tub around July last year from Amazon. Happy to answer any questions about it.


Why are you selling it on Amazon?
howellers06/06/2019 17:13

Why are you selling it on Amazon?


Sorry I didnt mean it like that. I am not selling these. I meant I bought one for myself from amazon this time last year. So if anyone has any questions on their maintenance etc, I am happy to help them.
lasuil06/06/2019 17:15

Sorry I didnt mean it like that. I am not selling these. I meant I bought …Sorry I didnt mean it like that. I am not selling these. I meant I bought one for myself from amazon this time last year. So if anyone has any questions on their maintenance etc, I am happy to help them.


I was just winding you up
howellers06/06/2019 17:18

I was just winding you up


Haha OK sorry am a bit under weather so not so good at spotting humour
Rich38383806/06/2019 17:07

Weren’t they £200 at Morrison’s last week?


Yes... but try getting one now at that price from there.... each store that did have them, had very limited stock so well done those who did and can
Do these have good suspension?
lasuil06/06/2019 17:08

Got this same tub around July last year from Amazon. Happy to answer any …Got this same tub around July last year from Amazon. Happy to answer any questions about it.


Hey

How long does it take to put up fill and heat ? I'm going to get one tomorrow thanks
andyleeds2006/06/2019 17:50

HeyHow long does it take to put up fill and heat ? I'm going to get one …HeyHow long does it take to put up fill and heat ? I'm going to get one tomorrow thanks


In my experience.... To inflate and fill about no longer than 45 mins to heat to full temperature from cold any where between 6 - 8 hours depending on outside temperatures too, it advises to heat with lid on
lasuil06/06/2019 17:08

Got this same tub around July last year from Amazon. Happy to answer any …Got this same tub around July last year from Amazon. Happy to answer any questions about it.


How much does it cost to fill?
dan.kordowski06/06/2019 18:18

How much does it cost to fill?

How much does the water cost? Gosh, good question. We are on a water meter so I have no idea. Didn't add anything noticeably to our bills. The tub takes 800l. But bear in mind the average amount of water a single person uses a day is like 200l (crazy I know). If you do the upkeep right you'll only need to refill this every 2-3 months depending on usage.
How many miles per gallon
£200 Morrison’s
Is it cheaper to leave it running or only turn it on when you need it? Might be a stupid question but I'm so tempted by these but the running costs concern me
I find to heat up from cold it uses a fair bit of electric.... But once at Ur set temp (36c for me) it only re heats when it drops below that. But what I been doing is, leaving it at say 26c-30c depending on the weather. Then I find it don't heat up so much at all...... Then on the day I'm gonna use it, few hours before, I set it at 36
Edited by: "craiger082" 7th Jun
craiger08207/06/2019 00:30

I find to heat up from cold it uses a fair bit of electric.... But once at …I find to heat up from cold it uses a fair bit of electric.... But once at Ur set temp (36c for me) it only re heats when it drops below that. But what I been doing is, leaving it at say 26c-30c depending on the weather. Then I find it don't heat up so much at all...... Then on the day I'm gonna use it, few hours before, I set it at 36


Its worth considering whether you have a day/night meter. After 7pm I about a fifth of day rate.

So if you want to use Friday night it is probably cheaper to heat up Thursday night and leave on all Friday than heat up Friday morning.
newbuyer1707/06/2019 11:06

Its worth considering whether you have a day/night meter. After 7pm I …Its worth considering whether you have a day/night meter. After 7pm I about a fifth of day rate. So if you want to use Friday night it is probably cheaper to heat up Thursday night and leave on all Friday than heat up Friday morning.


I have a set rate on my meter, as I rent ... Probably being ripped off.... It's on 0.35 ppu
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