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Lay-Z-Spa Paris 6 Person LED Hot Tub @ Argos £306.94 Delivered
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Lay-Z-Spa Paris 6 Person LED Hot Tub @ Argos £306.94 Delivered

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Posted 3rd Jul
Relax and unwind in the Lay-Z-Spa Paris AirJet. Featuring stunning multi-coloured LED lights which cycle through 7 colours, the lights can be controlled with a wireless remote, offering you ambient mood lighting which you can adjust to match the occasion. Easily set up in just ten minutes, the Lay-Z-Spa Paris hot tub heats up to 40C with a soothing and invigorating massage system, made up of 87 all-surrounding air jets which gently massage and rejuvenate your skin.

Designed to fit up to 6 people, the Paris is an award-winning hot tub (UK Pool and Spa award win- Gold). The Chem Connect™ Dispenser maintains and provides clean, healthy pool water and the reinforced cover comes with safety lock clips and built-in air chamber for insulation. Up to 2 years warranty.

Heat up to 40C with the rapid heating system. The automatic start/stop timer-controlled heating system saves energy and the industry leading ground detection system provides extra safety for you spa.
  • WHITE coloured inside.
  • Holds up to 6 adults.
  • Air blower.
  • 87 air jets.
  • Requires 13A socket.
  • 2050 kw heater.
  • 945 litre water capacity.
  • Premium underwater LED lighting systems.
  • This efficient pump provides low cost filtration for your spa.
  • Size: Depth 196, Width 196, Height 66, Diameter 196cm.
  • Weight 39.3kg.3256635.jpg
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Good price for this one. Will only fit 6 people with no legs btw. Always half the amount of "persons" that can fit in a layz spa. The Miami says 4 but you wouldn't get more than 2 adults in it, comfortably anyways
Funny pics
4% Quidco too as "garden furniture".
lasuil03/07/2019 12:18

Good price for this one. Will only fit 6 people with no legs btw. Always …Good price for this one. Will only fit 6 people with no legs btw. Always half the amount of "persons" that can fit in a layz spa. The Miami says 4 but you wouldn't get more than 2 adults in it, comfortably anyways


i have this and i would say 6 is a fair assessment. im often in there with 2 others and theres plenty of space for more. the pictures dont actually do it justice
Edited by: "cannycoyote" 3rd Jul
Anyone know the price to keep this running and how much to heat it up in the first place?
jordanp6803/07/2019 15:46

Anyone know the price to keep this running and how much to heat it up in …Anyone know the price to keep this running and how much to heat it up in the first place?


assuming you get your electric at a competitive rate of 12p/kwh or less then in peak summer when outside temp is warmer like it is now, you may be lucky at getting away with £35/mth if left at 32c when not in use and just blasted for a few hours before use. otherwise any colder outside and your looking at £60-£80/mth to keep the temp up.

id say from fresh water in it would be maybe initially £3-5 to get up to 30c+ - again depending on outside temp..

its a 2kwh heater at 12p/hr rate thats 24p per hour. it raises temp at 1-2c per hour when on full. variable include starting temp, outdoor temp and your target temp. do the maths
cannycoyote03/07/2019 15:54

assuming you get your electric at a competitive rate of 12p/kwh or less …assuming you get your electric at a competitive rate of 12p/kwh or less then in peak summer when outside temp is warmer like it is now, you may be lucky at getting away with £35/mth if left at 32c when not in use and just blasted for a few hours before use. otherwise any colder outside and your looking at £60-£80/mth to keep the temp up.id say from fresh water in it would be maybe initially £3-5 to get up to 30c+ - again depending on outside temp..its a 2kwh heater at 12p/hr rate thats 24p per hour. it raises temp at 1-2c per hour when on full. variable include starting temp, outdoor temp and your target temp. do the maths


Thanks a lot! So using it sporadically turns out to be very expensive!
jordanp6803/07/2019 15:59

Thanks a lot! So using it sporadically turns out to be very expensive!

depends how sporadically you mean. once per week will be cheaper no doubt, just put it on 12-24hrs before depending how warm it is outside use and you will be looking at £3-5/use assuming you switch it back off when finished. your still supposed to let the pumps run tho if you leave the water in, so you will still be using elec.

alternatively, you could drain it after each use and have fresh water each time?
cannycoyote03/07/2019 15:54

assuming you get your electric at a competitive rate of 12p/kwh or less …assuming you get your electric at a competitive rate of 12p/kwh or less then in peak summer when outside temp is warmer like it is now, you may be lucky at getting away with £35/mth if left at 32c when not in use and just blasted for a few hours before use. otherwise any colder outside and your looking at £60-£80/mth to keep the temp up.id say from fresh water in it would be maybe initially £3-5 to get up to 30c+ - again depending on outside temp..its a 2kwh heater at 12p/hr rate thats 24p per hour. it raises temp at 1-2c per hour when on full. variable include starting temp, outdoor temp and your target temp. do the maths


Thanks, thats useful information. I assume if I get the smaller version (Miami) running cost will be slightly cheaper due to size?
kyeung03/07/2019 18:08

Thanks, thats useful information. I assume if I get the smaller version …Thanks, thats useful information. I assume if I get the smaller version (Miami) running cost will be slightly cheaper due to size?


yes i would imagine so
We have a Paris but wouldn't get one again. The concept of Lay z Spa is great but the Paris has a number of hidden pitfalls. The Led lights fail after a season or two which is 70 or so quid to replace. But my main gripe is that the liner is semi translucent to allow the Led lights to illuminate it. However after a couple or seasons you will get an orange bacterial growth insider the air filled liner. This is almost impossible to prevent given its location and assetically it looks awful. Its 200 quid to replace the liner as they don't recognise this as a warranty issue. I'd go for something with a solid colour liner to avoid both these costly issues if I had my time again
Anyone likely to price match this?
We pay a flat rate electricity
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