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Lazy Spa Bali £280 Argos
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Lazy Spa Bali £280 Argos

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Posted 25th Nov 2019

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Argos have reduced Lazy spa Bali. £400 to £280. Similar size to Miami but includes LED lighting

Home delivery doesn't appear to be reduced.
Got mine reserved to use after winter

Grey coloured inside.
Holds up to 4 adults.
Air blower.
81 air jets.
Requires 13A socket.
2 kw heater.
669 litre water capacity.
Premium underwater LED lighting systems.
This efficient pump provides low cost filtration for your spa.
Size: Depth 180, Width 180, Height 66, Diameter
180cm.

*couple in photos not included
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Do not buy a lazy spa! It has a 2kw heater so it's 32p an hour to hear it. Heating from 9 degree water to 38 degree will take the best part of a day so you've just spent nearly £7. As it's only a swimming pool type material it loses heat straight away so as soon as you turn the heater off by morning it's back down to 20 degrees... Your better off buying a swimming pool and heating it with hot water via a hose pipe. I got rid of mine after 3 months and got a proper hot tub.. less then a quid a day to heat it as it's insulated and just heats itself a little bit few times a day.. lazy spa you also can't use in winter due to the cold and the material used to make it
Edited by: "jimbojones259" 26th Nov 2019
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Do not buy a lazy spa! It has a 2kw heater so it's 32p an hour to hear it. Heating from 9 degree water to 38 degree will take the best part of a day so you've just spent nearly £7. As it's only a swimming pool type material it loses heat straight away so as soon as you turn the heater off by morning it's back down to 20 degrees... Your better off buying a swimming pool and heating it with hot water via a hose pipe. I got rid of mine after 3 months and got a proper hot tub.. less then a quid a day to heat it as it's insulated and just heats itself a little bit few times a day.. lazy spa you also can't use in winter due to the cold and the material used to make it
Edited by: "jimbojones259" 26th Nov 2019
jimbojones25926/11/2019 01:49

Do not buy a lazy spa! It has a 2kw heater so it's 32p an hour to hear it. …Do not buy a lazy spa! It has a 2kw heater so it's 32p an hour to hear it. Heating from 9 degree water to 38 degree will take the best part of a day so you've just spent nearly £7. As it's only a swimming pool type material it loses heat straight away so as soon as you turn the heater off by morning it's back down to 20 degrees... Your better off buying a swimming pool and heating it with hot water via a hose pipe. I got rid of mine after 3 months and got a proper hot tub.. less then a quid a day to heat it as it's insulated and just heats itself a little bit few times a day.. lazy spa you also can't use in winter due to the cold and the material used to make it


How much more was the proper hot tub?
eli7826/11/2019 05:33

How much more was the proper hot tub?


It was only £5k so a really quick payback period .....(nerd)
checkley7326/11/2019 06:45

It was only £5k so a really quick payback period .....(nerd)


5k or £280 :/ :/ :/
checkley7326/11/2019 06:45

It was only £5k so a really quick payback period .....(nerd)


Nearly 18 times this price :/
I've used a lazy spa and wasn't too bad
Still a deal but not for everyone.
kmirza26/11/2019 07:12

5k or £280 :/ :/ :/


Depends if you just want to spend £300 and use the lazy spa twice a year because every time you fill it with fresh water it's going to cost you £7 to reheat it then another £5 a day to keep it semi hot. As I said it's basically just a swimming pool so you just as well get a swimming pool and put hot water in and the bubbles in the lazy spa are VERY loud and of course make the water temp drop with 20 minutes. £5k isn't for everyone but it's a solid well built unit that's a fraction of the cost to run. If you had the lazy spa on all day for year round use your be spending £2000 heating it compared to £1 a day for the professional hot tub so for us it was a no brainer
jimbojones25926/11/2019 01:49

Do not buy a lazy spa! It has a 2kw heater so it's 32p an hour to hear it. …Do not buy a lazy spa! It has a 2kw heater so it's 32p an hour to hear it. Heating from 9 degree water to 38 degree will take the best part of a day so you've just spent nearly £7. As it's only a swimming pool type material it loses heat straight away so as soon as you turn the heater off by morning it's back down to 20 degrees... Your better off buying a swimming pool and heating it with hot water via a hose pipe. I got rid of mine after 3 months and got a proper hot tub.. less then a quid a day to heat it as it's insulated and just heats itself a little bit few times a day.. lazy spa you also can't use in winter due to the cold and the material used to make it


TBF there's a bit more to them than that. This particular model has quite thick sides (some I agree are thin and can't possibly insulate well) so a lot of insulation within the walls, plus the insulated lid and anyone sensible will put something insulating underneath (the camping Jigsaw tiles work well). You then need to put it in as sheltered position as possible out of winds and protected from the elements, in which case they keep their heat better.

If you have a gas boiler fill from the hot tap.
The cost per week depends on use, where it's located, using the bubbles losses heat, the cost of your energy etc. If you are using it pretty much daily you want to be leaving the heater on (the pump has to stay on anyway) and you must keep up with all the chemical requirements otherwise you'll be doing a water change often, another cost to factor but you can find good prices online. You do need to factor in cost for heating obviously, there must be tools online you can use to work out the cost given the information about energy requirements and cost per unit from your supplier. In most cases probably not astronomical, you'd probably have to save that much for a very long time to fund a 'proper' hot tub, but obviously don't buy what you can't afford to use.

Having looked at various ones Lazy Spa aren't built as well as some others which tend to be a bit more expensive such as the Intex purespa - most we know who've had layz spa have ended up with recurring punctures, can't comment on how they were looked after and stored away and reading a lot of reviews the pump units and displays don't last long, our Intex is coming up to 3yrs and we've received replacement pump unit parts on warranty but pool itself is spot on.

Do a bit of homework before buying on the best tub for your budget (and somewhere that offers longer warranty) and the running costs, but don't let others put you off.

Be aware this is a smaller tub, which always tend to be cheaper (4 person=2max if you want any space).
Edited by: "Haylhoo" 26th Nov 2019
kmirza26/11/2019 07:12

5k or £280 :/ :/ :/


But you could say the same about buying a new car. Why do people spend £20k or more on a new car when they could buy an old one for £500. The point I was making is the lazy spa is a nice idea but you'd be better off just filling a paddling pool with hot water. Your paying £260 more for a 2kw water heater that coats a lot to run. If you run it all year round you'd be around £2000 in electric vs £1 a day for the proper hot tub. The lazy spa you've also got to empty it dry it out pack it up each time and can only use it in hotter weather. Of course everyone doesn't have 5k for a hot tub but if your serious about it in the long term your better off getting a proper one as a lazy spa is more of a get it out 3 times a year job before it gets a hole and you need another one.
Edited by: "jimbojones259" 26th Nov 2019
jimbojones25926/11/2019 08:53

Depends if you just want to spend £300 and use the lazy spa twice a year …Depends if you just want to spend £300 and use the lazy spa twice a year because every time you fill it with fresh water it's going to cost you £7 to reheat it then another £5 a day to keep it semi hot. As I said it's basically just a swimming pool so you just as well get a swimming pool and put hot water in and the bubbles in the lazy spa are VERY loud and of course make the water temp drop with 20 minutes. £5k isn't for everyone but it's a solid well built unit that's a fraction of the cost to run. If you had the lazy spa on all day for year round use your be spending £2000 heating it compared to £1 a day for the professional hot tub so for us it was a no brainer


This is nonsense. Once heated my lazy spa costs an additional £40 per month. I generally keep it at just above 30 degrees when not in use and heat it for a few hours before use.
Sancho26/11/2019 09:18

This is nonsense. Once heated my lazy spa costs an additional £40 per …This is nonsense. Once heated my lazy spa costs an additional £40 per month. I generally keep it at just above 30 degrees when not in use and heat it for a few hours before use.


We keep ours at 38c, it's used almost daily (packed away in winter). It's in a very sheltered position which probably helps it keep heat - it doesn't cost us that much. Obviously there are many factors for cost including the price of your electricity
Edited by: "Haylhoo" 26th Nov 2019
Surely this could drop more this weekend?
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