Lay-z-spa Miami Hot tub on offer for £250 - free c&c or home delivery @ B&Q
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Lay-z-spa Miami Hot tub on offer for £250 - free c&c or home delivery @ B&Q

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Found 27th Apr
Amazing price - cheapest around at the moment. I had one of these before upgrading to a "proper" hot tub last year and they are fab. Free click and collect or free home delivery within 7 days.

You will find find friends want to come over and bring you booze when you have this!

My tip would be don't buy the chemical sets that come in one package, get yourself a massive tub of chlorine cheap from eBay or local pool shop and keep on top of testing the water as it can turn quickly. You can buy the dip strips cheaply in bulk off eBay. Some anti foam will be handy but we hardly ever used the ph up and down.
We had a cantilever overhanging parasol over ours and went in it all through the great British "Summer"!

81 jets, 669 litre capacity, 180cm wide, 66cm deep. Says for 4 people but we had 6 kids in ours and they still had plenty of room.

They also have the cup holder / snack tray for £6 as well - great if you don't want warm beer! HERE

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user.name5 m ago

Good price for a sex pond.


And in 9 months you've got a birthing pool! Two for one
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Coming up £347
Do you need a code? It's £347 when I click through.
Saw this in offer leaflet at £250 27/04 - 24/05 ....seems good...grab a pensioner and buy on Wednesday for further 10% off (order online through Quidco or TCB on Wed = possible CASHBACK too)
How many ‘adults’ can this comfortably accommodate?
musicman2 m ago

How many ‘adults’ can this comfortably accommodate?


4 with personal space 5/6 playing sardines.....
Looks decent. Any opinion on how loud it is
what are the running costs of these things? I understand that they need to remain on in order to keep the water hot but does it cost a fortune to keep it going?
adam_10013 m ago

Looks decent. Any opinion on how loud it is


It’s a dull hum when pump / filter on but obviously louder when you have the jets / bubbles on. You can buy a mat that goes underneath which deadens sound a bit more. Ours was on decking and never bothered us
brettytopbanana5 m ago

what are the running costs of these things? I understand that they need to …what are the running costs of these things? I understand that they need to remain on in order to keep the water hot but does it cost a fortune to keep it going?


Had one a few years ago. Took more than 24h to warm up to temperature. My kwh light on my meter was blinking like a strobe.... I personally wouldn't bother with one of these. If you are in the market for a hit tub you can rent a proper one and then decide if it's for you. This is just a very expensive inflatable paddling pool. Our pump broke. The filter is useless the water gets very dirty quickly.
Great price! Am so tempted!!!!
Good price for a sex pond.
brettytopbanana11 m ago

what are the running costs of these things? I understand that they need to …what are the running costs of these things? I understand that they need to remain on in order to keep the water hot but does it cost a fortune to keep it going?


Depending on your supplier / tarriff etc electric is about £18-20 extra a month depending on use. Turn it down to 35-36 degrees when not in use and make sure inflatable insulated lid is on tight with the tie downs supplied. They take about 24 hours to heat up from cold on first fill but you can add warm to speed it up if you have a combi boiler.
user.name5 m ago

Good price for a sex pond.


And in 9 months you've got a birthing pool! Two for one
I've got a Paris, used to have a Vegas and we use it often, they're fab!
I've got poorly legs so i use mine every day... also the kids love it
As much as I would love one, I think the extra per month is a considerable amount to keep water hot! I am sorely tempted though lol
hot from me. take a pensioner with you on a Wednesdsay and get 10% off!
The one from studio is a 6person one I think and had great reviews if anyone is after a bigger one
Oxley1011 h, 56 m ago

Coming up £347


Add it to the basket and then it comes up £250
sb18761 h, 56 m ago

Do you need a code? It's £347 when I click through.


Add it to the basket and then its £250
Folks, I’ve got a LazySpa myself and found it great last summer, however, what I did find is that they are expensive. I used it from May - September and found it was roughly an extra £30-£40 a month extra on the electricity. Can anyone else confirm this or was I doing something very wrong?
welshpilot3 m ago

Folks, I’ve got a LazySpa myself and found it great last summer, however, w …Folks, I’ve got a LazySpa myself and found it great last summer, however, what I did find is that they are expensive. I used it from May - September and found it was roughly an extra £30-£40 a month extra on the electricity. Can anyone else confirm this or was I doing something very wrong?


How old was the model as I believe they are more efficient now? The one we had was £18 a month more on electric but we turned it down to 35 degrees when not in use and made sure the cover on really tight and always fully inflated. Looking at few reviews I'd say that was a bit excessive as our "proper" hot tub which is massive and 7 seater only costs £28 a month to run....
emribena19 m ago

How old was the model as I believe they are more efficient now? The one we …How old was the model as I believe they are more efficient now? The one we had was £18 a month more on electric but we turned it down to 35 degrees when not in use and made sure the cover on really tight and always fully inflated. Looking at few reviews I'd say that was a bit excessive as our "proper" hot tub which is massive and 7 seater only costs £28 a month to run....


I’ve got the LazySpa Paris which was purchased last May from Homebase, perhaps I’ll try it again this year and calculate the usage again, seems bizarre that it cost that much last year.
welshpilot6 m ago

I’ve got the LazySpa Paris which was purchased last May from Homebase, p …I’ve got the LazySpa Paris which was purchased last May from Homebase, perhaps I’ll try it again this year and calculate the usage again, seems bizarre that it cost that much last year.


You'd be suprised the difference turning it down even one degree makes, we found 35 degrees was the best temperture for us to leave it on when not in use as it doesn't take too long to get back up to 37 - 38 once in - hope you get it sorted, Maybe try one of those padded mats underneath so it's not loosing heat through the bottom as well? I've seen people use the interlocking foam floor mats like these diy.com/dep…prd
emribena3 m ago

You'd be suprised the difference turning it down even one degree makes, we …You'd be suprised the difference turning it down even one degree makes, we found 35 degrees was the best temperture for us to leave it on when not in use as it doesn't take too long to get back up to 37 - 38 once in - hope you get it sorted, Maybe try one of those padded mats underneath so it's not loosing heat through the bottom as well? I've seen people use the interlocking foam floor mats like these https://www.diy.com/departments/auto-pro-interlocking-eva-foam-black-floor-mats-pack-of-6/1270021_BQ.prd


I’ll definitely look into the foam mat and try it on a constant 35 so see if that makes any difference. Would be a hell of a shame to leave it up in the attic for the summer. Thanks again!
jammiev1 h, 36 m ago

hot from me. take a pensioner with you on a Wednesdsay and get 10% off!


Then the pensioner will want to use it though. And they are wrinkly enough already
Edited by: "GaryDIY" 27th Apr
I leave mine on permanently April-October and it costs around £35-40 on electricity a month at 40 degrees. I can't be bothered with turning the temperature up and down, just want to use it immediately when I want to. It's expensive for what it is, but I'm happy to pay for something I enjoy.
r-c38 m ago

I leave mine on permanently April-October and it costs around £35-40 on …I leave mine on permanently April-October and it costs around £35-40 on electricity a month at 40 degrees. I can't be bothered with turning the temperature up and down, just want to use it immediately when I want to. It's expensive for what it is, but I'm happy to pay for something I enjoy.


I’ve had mine up all year, I find the winter months are the best time to use it (marvellous in the snow etc). I have mine on 38° - 39° and it’s about an extra £20 a month, maybe £25. Can the extra degree or two make that much difference? Temperature choice is not a money saving exercise, at 40° I get chronic ball ache
Forgot to add, ours in the Hawaii so maybe cheaper to run as it’s a newer model?
Edited by: "CloudHeaven" 27th Apr
r-c58 m ago

I leave mine on permanently April-October and it costs around £35-40 on …I leave mine on permanently April-October and it costs around £35-40 on electricity a month at 40 degrees. I can't be bothered with turning the temperature up and down, just want to use it immediately when I want to. It's expensive for what it is, but I'm happy to pay for something I enjoy.


same amount for me, but i do use it a lot so think it is worthwhile, certainly less than the cost of a cheap night out!
CloudHeaven35 m ago

I’ve had mine up all year, I find the winter months are the best time to u …I’ve had mine up all year, I find the winter months are the best time to use it (marvellous in the snow etc). I have mine on 38° - 39° and it’s about an extra £20 a month, maybe £25. Can the extra degree or two make that much difference? Temperature choice is not a money saving exercise, at 40° I get chronic ball ache (shock)Forgot to add, ours in the Hawaii so maybe cheaper to run as it’s a newer model?


I first read that as you live in Hawaii!
Well I want one but payments system seems to be down. Anyone made a successful purchase?
This is coming up as £347 on the mobile website but 250 on the pc version.

As others have said reduces to £250 when added to basket
Very tempted but I don’t have an outside socket. Guess I could take plug off and feed wire through the wall - has anyone had to do something similar to get it plugged in?
baz8413 m ago

Very tempted but I don’t have an outside socket. Guess I could take plug o …Very tempted but I don’t have an outside socket. Guess I could take plug off and feed wire through the wall - has anyone had to do something similar to get it plugged in?


We had ours through the utility room window and never had a problem with it - cable is pretty long too
emribena4 m ago

We had ours through the utility room window and never had a problem with …We had ours through the utility room window and never had a problem with it - cable is pretty long too

But I guess that would mean leaving your window open throughout the summer 24/7.... not sure the wife would like that...
baz843 m ago

But I guess that would mean leaving your window open throughout the summer …But I guess that would mean leaving your window open throughout the summer 24/7.... not sure the wife would like that...


Noooo jammed it in the corner, still closed
We fill ours from the hot tap, its on decking inside a gazebo to keep the heat In. You can get an attchment
From a DIY shop to fit a hosepipe to your hot tap.

Had this model for 4 years now, good for 2 adults to spread out. As the OP said, no need for all the chemicals, just buy a big tub of chlorine.

We use ours from the late May bank hol to end of September, would say it costs no more than £15 per (gas, elec and water) to run. We use it for an hour probably every day. The more you run the spa jets the colder the water gets, as it can't heat and run the jet at the same time. How you use it will depend how much it will cost you.
We have a "double dip" at the weekend an hour at 3 ish put the lid back on, heat up again then back in 8 or 9 with a bottle of plonk!

If you are not having a holiday this year, this is cheaper and lasts longer than 3 days in spain for 2.
Edited by: "cideristhefuture" 27th Apr
These are great - but you need to keep them maintained.
The pump can be a bit of a nightmare especially in a hard water area - but a good pipe clean every now and again sorts it out...

Fantastic in the winter if you have the led lights - cocktails in the snow...
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