Lay z spa Vegas at homebase £249.00
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Lay z spa Vegas at homebase £249.00

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Found 20th Nov 2015
Part of homebase Black Friday deals

Vegas Lay-Z Spa 111725

£249.00
Was £319.99
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Vegas Lay-Z-Spa
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these inflatable hot tubs are really good. I was expecting something like the quick up pools but they are so much better than those. Really solid walls, not like a normal inflatable at all and the combo pump/heater warms it up to temp in just a few hours and produces massive jets of bubbles.
My husband can make massive jets of bubbles in the bath
sweetpea10

My husband can make massive jets of bubbles in the bath


Glad you enjoy them
Great for the occasional swingers 'get together'
Or so I've been told
paulandpam1

Great for the occasional swingers 'get together' Or so I've been told


that water might get dirty quickly, lol
bouncy99

that water might get dirty quickly, lol



Smeg will block the filter for sure.
sod it just reserved - as it says that it ends Monday does that mean the price on cook bedroom defo won't change before? I might not be able to connect until tomorrow and obviously don't want to get there and be charged full price
omg sorry auto spell gone mad. you get my drift!
Stunning electric bill even in the summer months!
vulcan903

Stunning electric bill even in the summer months!



​the insulation means these keep their heat really well, the only electricity is to initially heat it then whether you turn it on to use
ollie87

Smeg will block the filter for sure.


mmmmm...smeg
Free Staffie with every purchase
Do people actually use these things?
ollie87

Smeg will block the filter for sure.



What an uncouth and very common child you are. Your mother would not be impressed.
vulcan903

Stunning electric bill even in the summer months!



You can fill them up from the hot tap to make use of your boiler and cheaper water heating costs. Once up to temp they only lose about 2*C per hour with the cover on.
Youngsyr

You can fill them up from the hot tap to make use of your boiler and … You can fill them up from the hot tap to make use of your boiler and cheaper water heating costs. Once up to temp they only lose about 2*C per hour with the cover on.



​So if you leave it a few days you get a skating rink?
Dedcon

Do people actually use these things?


We bought one two years ago when it was on offer and I have to say it's a fantastic thing to have - the feeling when you get in is brilliant (even if it is cold/rainy) and you just feel like your on holiday! It takes a bit of getting used to at first, but once you get over worrying about what chemicals you need (which is really just Chlorine) it is actually quite easy to maintain. Running costs wise I reckon it only costs a fiver a week in electricity - that's running it every day, but turning it off over night. The biggest expense is the filters, which you are supposed to change each week (as they get clogged with grease/gunk), but we discovered that if you put a Chlorine tablet in the supplied floater it actually means that you can rinse off the filters and re-use them, so we only used two pairs of filters all of last summer. So, all in all a great thing to have.
LOUGHBORO GUY

Glad you enjoy them



I didnt say I enjoyed them, quite the contrary. oO
moob

Free Staffie with every purchase



attempt at being funny?
hot tub snobbery?
please explain.
sweetpea10

I didnt say I enjoyed them, quite the contrary. oO


Don't give him mushy peas with his fish and chips !
Haylhoo

sod it just reserved - as it says that it ends Monday does that mean the … sod it just reserved - as it says that it ends Monday does that mean the price on cook bedroom defo won't change before? I might not be able to connect until tomorrow and obviously don't want to get there and be charged full price



As far as I am aware this spa is part of the 10 day deals
still wish that i had my one amazon when they priced it at £130.
We have been running one for a year now , brought it for the same price off asda . Running cost is about 10pounds a month buy having it on through the night when electric is cheap and turning off in the day , then you always have the tub at a nice 38 degrees in the Evening after work with a nice glass of wine . For the people on here taking the mick out of them , if there so bad , Chavy etc why the hell are you even looking at the deal never mind taking the time to comment on it ??
Beware the heaters fail after one seasons use and cost £250 to replace.

So if you're happy to pay £250 a year to use it then it's a deal .
RuudBullit

attempt at being funny?hot tub snobbery?please explain.


There are more of these in rough areas than anywhere else. Same with Staffies.
moob

There are more of these in rough areas than anywhere else. Same with … There are more of these in rough areas than anywhere else. Same with Staffies.



do you have any stats to back up your spurious bs
RuudBullit

do you have any stats to back up your spurious bs



Do you have any to disprove it?
moob

Do you have any to disprove it?



I don't have to disprove it. You're the one trolling a good deal with your rubbish. Have you tried one of these spas. They're very good. I buy a new one for about £250 every winter when the deals are on, then sell last years at the start of the summer for around £130 on ebay. A brand new spa every year for roughly £120. And, for the record, we don't have a staffie, and I'm an engineer and my other half is a nurse, so we're not chavvy either.
RuudBullit

I don't have to disprove it. You're the one trolling a good deal with … I don't have to disprove it. You're the one trolling a good deal with your rubbish. Have you tried one of these spas. They're very good. I buy a new one for about £250 every winter when the deals are on, then sell last years at the start of the summer for around £130 on ebay. A brand new spa every year for roughly £120. And, for the record, we don't have a staffie, and I'm an engineer and my other half is a nurse, so we're not chavvy either.



You're the one turning a perfectly simple post intended for humour into a troll post.

Away and have a lie down - or relax in your Spa.
moob

You're the one turning a perfectly simple post intended for humour into a … You're the one turning a perfectly simple post intended for humour into a troll post.Away and have a lie down - or relax in your Spa.



simple...yes
humorous....no
pretentious....absolutely
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