Unfortunately, this deal is no longer valid
Lay-Z-Spa Saint Tropez Hot Tub with Floating LED Light 2019 model, AirJet Inflatable Spa, 4-6 Person £299.99 @ amazon (Prime Exclusive)
911° Expired

Lay-Z-Spa Saint Tropez Hot Tub with Floating LED Light 2019 model, AirJet Inflatable Spa, 4-6 Person £299.99 @ amazon (Prime Exclusive)

£299£529.9944%Amazon Deals
98
Posted 15th Jul
Crazy price! Amazon Prime lightening deal, its the 2019 version as well!
Community Updates
  • Massage system with LED floating light: The soothing 87 AirJet system gives you an all-surrounding massage experience for pure relaxation; energise your spa session with the LED floating light
  • 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, sturdy circular beam construction, insulated inflatable 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

    Bring the French Riviera lifestyle to your garden with the Lay-Z-Spa Saint Tropez AirJet. Including plenty of space for up to 6 people, an 87 AirJet massage system and able to be inflated in under 5 minutes; now you can experience spa luxury from the comfort of your home. Lay-Z-Spa were a well-deserved winner at the UK Pool and Spa Awards 2018. They are also the UK's one of the Bestselling Hot Tub (Expert Reviews, November 2018) and rated the Top Inflatable Hot Tub for 2019 (Inflatable Hot Tub Guide, February 2019).

    19651-9JiA4.jpg

Groups

Top comments
Please do not waste your money on a lazy spa they're the most expensive thing on the planet to run! I purchased one last summer thinking it would be a good idea.. Basically what your getting is a swimming pool type material construction and a heater.. The heater is a 2kw heater.. your average 1kw of power is around 16 p per unit.. So it's 32p an hour to heat.. When you fill it up with water it's going to start off at around 15 degrees maybe 20 in the hot weather.. so you have to get it up to 38 degrees. It heats up at least 1 - 2 degrees per hour.. so to move around 20 degrees takes around 12 hours.. at 32p an hour.. so it costs £3.50 to heat the darn thing... Now you get in it and want to use the bubbles.. the bubbles is cold air pumped in.. so what happens? Yes the water drops by around 2 degrees every 30 minutes or so and it's also bloody noisy! You get out of it.. go to bed and turn it off.. by the morning its dropped from 38 degrees to 25 so heat it up again! Your better off just getting a swimming pool and if you can putting hot water into it and sitting in it.. i had mine for 3 months and sent it back and purchased an actual proper hot tub.. £120 a month for the hot tub and around 80p - £1 a day to heat the thing.. (min heating as it retains heat) If your serious about having a hot tub get a proper one... these things will last the summer at best and you will end up spending a few hundred pound heating it!
gren0515/07/2019 10:46

Can you only use this in the summer months?....


You can use it as an ice rink in winter I believe.
eirianp12315/07/2019 11:36

I’m the same, buying a gazebo with some sides on it


Good idea. I have a gazebo in my shed somewhere with sides and a lighting system. Will wait till wife gets home to decide by which time they will all be sold and thereby solve my dilemma.
jimlad2115/07/2019 15:22

[Image] does not look to out of place


38079667-wokyC.jpgPut down a concrete base under mine, then a layer of 6 inch thick rigid insulation board.

Built decking to surround, and then insulation around the hot tub. Holds the temperature surprising well considering its expanding foam and rigid insulation board. Then at the end of summer I let it down and pack it away, then use this area as garden storage for the winter.
98 Comments
Super.. Hot....!
15% already claimed. I think this is going to sell out before you get the heat it deserves!
Other than size, how does this newer model compare to the miami version please?
They did the same offer this time last year (presumably for the old model).
Can you only use this in the summer months?....
gren0515/07/2019 10:46

Can you only use this in the summer months?....


You can use it as an ice rink in winter I believe.
gren0515/07/2019 10:46

Can you only use this in the summer months?....



Pretty sure you can use it all year round if its properly looked after etc
Thanks...Heat added & purchased....
Cant find room for it anywhere without being overlooked by neighbours otherwise I would have bought.
Badgerzz15/07/2019 11:29

Cant find room for it anywhere without being overlooked by neighbours …Cant find room for it anywhere without being overlooked by neighbours otherwise I would have bought.


I’m the same, buying a gazebo with some sides on it
Been looking at hot tubs for ages, just pulled the trigger on this, cheers!
Had looked last night at 12ish and hadn't seen it!

Any accessories I should be getting on good deals today?
Edited by: "alan_mccann" 15th Jul
eirianp12315/07/2019 11:36

I’m the same, buying a gazebo with some sides on it


Good idea. I have a gazebo in my shed somewhere with sides and a lighting system. Will wait till wife gets home to decide by which time they will all be sold and thereby solve my dilemma.
Use it all year round. Purchased a large greenhouse from Dobbies and have it in that. If I zipp the door and window it turns into a nice steam room when bubbles are on
kyeung15/07/2019 10:33

Other than size, how does this newer model compare to the miami version …Other than size, how does this newer model compare to the miami version please?


Different colour and this has a floating light
gren0515/07/2019 10:46

Can you only use this in the summer months?....


You can use it all year around but it's not advised. The main risk is water freezing inside the pump which would destroy it. If you keep it running with the heat on 24/7 you can get around it. Be warned though, these will make your electric bill go through the roof lol
Does anyone know roughly how much electric one of these would use per day?
Roystrainset15/07/2019 12:44

Does anyone know roughly how much electric one of these would use per day?


£1 a day average
Is this the ‘Michael Barrymore ‘ deluxe edition ??
Are any chemicals provided with this? What should I be buying for this?
Remember that this will weigh over a tonne once filled so think carefully about where you will site it. Also note that you will want some kind of ladder to get in and out. Stock up on Chlorine when you see it cheap!
crhap8415/07/2019 12:45

£1 a day average


Are you sure about that? From the research I did a couple of weeks ago other suggested it looked more like £3 a day. Perhaps less In the summer when water temp is higher and more in winter.
I have one from Lidl, when I want use it just full it from the hot water tap. Used once a week maybe on the weekend just drain then, then fill it .
No water rates in Northern Ireland (yet)
Genuine question, how puncture proof are these? If my massive German Shepherd tried to jump in could her claws puncture either the sides or the base?
alexjameshaines15/07/2019 13:10

Remember that this will weigh over a tonne once filled so think carefully …Remember that this will weigh over a tonne once filled so think carefully about where you will site it. Also note that you will want some kind of ladder to get in and out. Stock up on Chlorine when you see it cheap!



I assume laid on a patio would be fine?
alexjameshaines15/07/2019 13:10

Remember that this will weigh over a tonne once filled so think carefully …Remember that this will weigh over a tonne once filled so think carefully about where you will site it. Also note that you will want some kind of ladder to get in and out. Stock up on Chlorine when you see it cheap!


A ladder isn't needed unless you are under 4ft tall.
Please do not waste your money on a lazy spa they're the most expensive thing on the planet to run! I purchased one last summer thinking it would be a good idea.. Basically what your getting is a swimming pool type material construction and a heater.. The heater is a 2kw heater.. your average 1kw of power is around 16 p per unit.. So it's 32p an hour to heat.. When you fill it up with water it's going to start off at around 15 degrees maybe 20 in the hot weather.. so you have to get it up to 38 degrees. It heats up at least 1 - 2 degrees per hour.. so to move around 20 degrees takes around 12 hours.. at 32p an hour.. so it costs £3.50 to heat the darn thing... Now you get in it and want to use the bubbles.. the bubbles is cold air pumped in.. so what happens? Yes the water drops by around 2 degrees every 30 minutes or so and it's also bloody noisy! You get out of it.. go to bed and turn it off.. by the morning its dropped from 38 degrees to 25 so heat it up again! Your better off just getting a swimming pool and if you can putting hot water into it and sitting in it.. i had mine for 3 months and sent it back and purchased an actual proper hot tub.. £120 a month for the hot tub and around 80p - £1 a day to heat the thing.. (min heating as it retains heat) If your serious about having a hot tub get a proper one... these things will last the summer at best and you will end up spending a few hundred pound heating it!
grinnaslee15/07/2019 13:03

Are any chemicals provided with this? What should I be buying for this?


No, they need to be purchased separately
jimbojones25915/07/2019 13:43

Please do not waste your money on a lazy spa they're the most expensive …Please do not waste your money on a lazy spa they're the most expensive thing on the planet to run! I purchased one last summer thinking it would be a good idea.. Basically what your getting is a swimming pool type material construction and a heater.. The heater is a 2kw heater.. your average 1kw of power is around 16 p per unit.. So it's 32p an hour to heat.. When you fill it up with water it's going to start off at around 15 degrees maybe 20 in the hot weather.. so you have to get it up to 38 degrees. It heats up at least 1 - 2 degrees per hour.. so to move around 20 degrees takes around 12 hours.. at 32p an hour.. so it costs £3.50 to heat the darn thing... Now you get in it and want to use the bubbles.. the bubbles is cold air pumped in.. so what happens? Yes the water drops by around 2 degrees every 30 minutes or so and it's also bloody noisy! You get out of it.. go to bed and turn it off.. by the morning its dropped from 38 degrees to 25 so heat it up again! Your better off just getting a swimming pool and if you can putting hot water into it and sitting in it.. i had mine for 3 months and sent it back and purchased an actual proper hot tub.. £120 a month for the hot tub and around 80p - £1 a day to heat the thing.. (min heating as it retains heat) If your serious about having a hot tub get a proper one... these things will last the summer at best and you will end up spending a few hundred pound heating it!


Thanks for the advice. However I guess its not this brand especially that costs money, probably every hot tub? I have no knowledge about these things but I guess if you cant afford 30 gbp a month to heat it up why buy it anyway (since its a luxury product) ... It’s not for everyone I guess.
Should be under middle aged sex toys. As so many people want " privacy "
wonder if you can bring one of these to a festival
I also bought one last year.......it was good whilst it lasted however the shell body went out of shape which was bad enough but the lid wouldnt fit properly because of it...........also it costs a small fortune to run......in the end we sent it back after about 9 months and got our money back and a got a 12ft swimming pool from lidl for £80.........much much better but obviously cant use it in the winter LOL......I would look at buying a hot tub again but it would have to be a proper one and to be honest ive got more important things to buy for £5k-£15k
how does this differ to the Vegas?
gren0515/07/2019 11:09

Thanks...Heat added & purchased....


Yesterday I arranged the return of my second faulty Hawaiian Lay z Spa (square one).

First one was great and lasted about 2 years, used it in all weathers, sun, rain and even snow, but then the shell went out of shape too, but this was after a puncture on one of the seams, although still don't know how it happened

The replacement though was a 2019 model, only lasted a couple of months before the pump started leaking, wasn't a patch on the quality of the earlier model, even though it was suppose to be an improvement on the same model

Not sure on the running costs, but we did the same as someone earlier mentioned, just filled it up from our combi boiler when we wanted to use it and just kept it warm (not hot) over night and it didn't seem to raise out gas/electric too much.

But I have to say that I enjoyed it far more than I thought I ever would
ahhh lay-z spa. the poor mans Jacuzzi. if you want a jacuzzi I would recommend saving up for a proper one rather than getting what is essentially an over-priced kids paddling pool. as someone has already said they're incredibly inefficient and expensive to run, not to mention your mates will probably die laughing when you tell them about your jacuzzi and they come round and you show them this
grinnaslee15/07/2019 14:25

how does this differ to the Vegas?




I think the St Trop is made out of TriTech whereas the vegas is not, the material is more puncture resistant.
gren0515/07/2019 10:46

Can you only use this in the summer months?....


You can use it any time ambient air temp is above 4C
c5815/07/2019 14:34

ahhh lay-z spa. the poor mans Jacuzzi. if you want a jacuzzi I would …ahhh lay-z spa. the poor mans Jacuzzi. if you want a jacuzzi I would recommend saving up for a proper one rather than getting what is essentially an over-priced kids paddling pool. as someone has already said they're incredibly inefficient and expensive to run, not to mention your mates will probably die laughing when you tell them about your jacuzzi and they come round and you show them this


Having owned both I can tell you these are cheaper to run! Granted they dont look or feel the same but for £300 they are fun for the summer. Massive difference between £300 and £3000 - £7000 so meets a completely different market. To keep this on during the warmer weeks at a steady 36 degs ( goes up to 40) you are looking at £7 a week. Maintenance is easy and lots of guides plus warranty. If your "rich man's jacuzzi" has an issue then you need to call someone out and then you are looking at about £80 for a call out.

Yes they are not the same but it's not as bad as you paint good sir

With Amazon if it's not for you or packs up then you deflate and send back. You won't be doing that with a real one. You will be paying someone to dispose of your couple investment
Edited by: "jimlad21" 15th Jul
Marker15/07/2019 13:35

Genuine question, how puncture proof are these? If my massive German …Genuine question, how puncture proof are these? If my massive German Shepherd tried to jump in could her claws puncture either the sides or the base?


Theyre very tough for day to day but I seriously doubt they'd survive daft GSD's
alexjameshaines15/07/2019 13:10

Remember that this will weigh over a tonne once filled so think carefully …Remember that this will weigh over a tonne once filled so think carefully about where you will site it. Also note that you will want some kind of ladder to get in and out. Stock up on Chlorine when you see it cheap!


A ladder? Are you a midget? You just sit on the side & lift a leg over at a time.

I'd suggest saving up & buying one of the Hydrojet models they're much more expensive but so much better with proper jets & the bubble system the pummelling you can give yourself with the Hydrojet is amazing.

Anyone asking about chemicals you need

pH+
pH-
Chlorine or Bromine
Foamaway (optional)
Water testing strips compatible with bromine or chlorine.

Upon filling you need to "shock" the tub with about 20ppm of chlorine or bromine fir at least an hour. You add enough chlorine/bromine to do that & leave it heating.

Once it's hot enough use a test strip to check alkalinity, pH, chlorine/bromine as a minimum.

You want the chlorine/bromine levels to drop to acceptable levels as indicated on your strips.

Add pH+ or pH- again as indicated by your test strips

If you are getting foam add Foamaway to stop it.

Add more chlorine or bromine every day & test before every swim.

You can use we whichever chemical you prefer bromine is more stable than chlorine at higher temps but costs more & it doesn't smell as strong as chlorine. One ionises the dirt the other oxidises, same job different action

If you get really bad chlorine smells it might be an indicator you don't have enough in the tub rather than too much.

Good luck
Edited by: "Rich44" 15th Jul
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text