Mspa Alpine Delight Bubble Spa for 4 People PLUS Free Twin Pack Mspa Filter Cartridge 120 pleats £309.95 Delivered @ All Round Fun
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Mspa Alpine Delight Bubble Spa for 4 People PLUS Free Twin Pack Mspa Filter Cartridge 120 pleats £309.95 Delivered @ All Round Fun

£309.95£362.9515%All Round Fun Deals
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Found 5th Jul
Thought this was a great price for this very highly rated Mspa Alpine Delight Bubble Spa (reviews across the net seem far better than other brands). Seems to be the cheapest price around anyway BUT you will also receive a Free Gift of Mspa Filter Cartridge 120 pleats Twin Pack worth £13.95.

Gift auto applies to basket & you get Free Delivery to England, Wales + most of Scotland (+ £15 to Islands, Northern Ireland & Ireland)


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Features

  • 108 air jets
  • Heats up to 42°C
  • 2.25°C per hour
  • Delight wired controller
  • I-beam construction
  • 6-layer, reinforced Rhino-Tech liner
  • Buckle-lock lid that connects to ground mat
  • One button self-inflation
  • Energy-saving smart timer
  • Built-in alarm system
  • Includes: filter cartridge pack of 1, garden hose adapter, wrench, instructions & DVD

New and improved, the MSpa Alpine Delight Bubble Spa now features the new Delight control system. With the old control panel removed, the MSpa Alpine Delight Bubble Spa can now be controlled using the Delight wired controller – giving you control from anywhere in your Hot Tub! Whether you want to inflate your spa, change the temperature or activate the massage system, the Delight wired controller now does all of this for you.

As a patented square shape spa, the MSpa Alpine Delight Bubble Spa is constructed using MSpa’s renowned 6-layer, reinforced, Rhino-Tech PVC liner. Offering immense durability and resistance, the Rhino-Tech liner ensures your spa has a long and healthy lifespan so you can be sure to get your money’s worth. Rigidity and strength comes from the I-beam construction, ensuring that your inflatable Hot Tub is structurally sound, as well as maximizing comfort for the user.

Shared between 4 people, the combination of 42ᵒC water and 108 dynamic effervescent air jets provide more than enough massage power to help lower your blood pressure and send you into a relaxing paradise. Cleverly positioned at the base of the inflatable Hot Tub, the airjets provide a weightlessness sensation that relieves pressure off joints – helping those with severe joint pain and discomfort! An energy-saving smart timer system helps you save energy, resulting in money savings!

One button self inflation allows you to erect your MSpa Alpine Delight in seconds - keeping the job hassle-free for you! Worried about when you should replace your filters? Don't worry! The MSpa Alpine Delight has a built-in alarm system that reminds you when your filters should be cleaned/replaced!

A buckle-locking lid connects to the ground sheet when the spa is not in use


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Dimensions

  • Inflated size: 1.58m x 1.58m x 0.68m
  • Capacity: 2-4 people
  • Water Capacity: 650L
  • Control system: 220-240V/50Hz
  • Heater: 1500W/2.04HP
  • Massage air blower: 600W/0.8HP;
  • Filter: 12V/35W
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jim8943 m ago

Is this cat safe ?


Well after Mr Nibbles lost 5 of his lives last week, we just keep him chained to the waste pipe.
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Anyone have experience of electric and running costs compared to a layz spa?
Is this cat safe ?
jim8943 m ago

Is this cat safe ?


Well after Mr Nibbles lost 5 of his lives last week, we just keep him chained to the waste pipe.
jim8944 m ago

Is this cat safe ?



In what sense?

Will it harm a cat? Who knows?
Will a cat harm it? Who knows?
What's the approx cost of running this per month?
do not get one of these - just search for the model online - unsafe and has been banned in most other countries. I had the alpine lite spa and was able to get a full refund on it. Mine actually overheated and burnt my daughters legs. it was meant to cut out at 42 but was on 49 when i checked the panel


splashmagazine.com.au/201…es/

consumer.org.nz/art…spa
Edited by: "FGEvans" 5th Jul
Been looking into Lazy Spas over the past couple of days and read they can cost £1-2 a day in electricity
lasuil3 h, 1 m ago

Anyone have experience of electric and running costs compared to a layz …Anyone have experience of electric and running costs compared to a layz spa?



lasuil3 h, 1 m ago

Anyone have experience of electric and running costs compared to a layz …Anyone have experience of electric and running costs compared to a layz spa?


no none of these are
FGEvans1 h, 35 m ago

do not get one of these - just search for the model online - unsafe and …do not get one of these - just search for the model online - unsafe and has been banned in most other countries. I had the alpine lite spa and was able to get a full refund on it. Mine actually overheated and burnt my daughters legs. it was meant to cut out at 42 but was on 49 when i checked the panelhttps://www.splashmagazine.com.au/2015/01/29/dangerous-inflatable-spas-given-keno-prizes/https://www.consumer.org.nz/articles/recall-inflatable-bubble-spa



this doesnt look like the same model...
FGEvans2 h, 44 m ago

do not get one of these - just search for the model online - unsafe and …do not get one of these - just search for the model online - unsafe and has been banned in most other countries. I had the alpine lite spa and was able to get a full refund on it. Mine actually overheated and burnt my daughters legs. it was meant to cut out at 42 but was on 49 when i checked the panelhttps://www.splashmagazine.com.au/2015/01/29/dangerous-inflatable-spas-given-keno-prizes/https://www.consumer.org.nz/articles/recall-inflatable-bubble-spa


Different model but yeah not good
lasuil5 h, 51 m ago

Anyone have experience of electric and running costs compared to a layz …Anyone have experience of electric and running costs compared to a layz spa?


I have this tub it’s amazing I got it cheaper on eBay thou a couple months ago with the ‘free gift’ I keep mine on about 30’ when not in use and it doesn’t make much difference atm maybe a few £ a week we used it couple times a week
Might be advisable with the current heatwave and hose pipe ban to add

WATER NOT INCLUDED.
peterkay116 h, 8 m ago

What's the approx cost of running this per month?


How many litres of water does it hold?

I'd suggest at least £2 a day on average if it's 1000 litres.
lasuil15 h, 41 m ago

Anyone have experience of electric and running costs compared to a layz …Anyone have experience of electric and running costs compared to a layz spa?


This thing once heated up hardly costs you a penny. Very well designed and a cracking buy.
My cat drowned in one of these - Cold.
I had an MSpa hot tub, the circular one Silver cloud I think. It lasted all of two years before the pump unit (which is built into the inflatable) died on me. That was with it only being run during the summer and being packed away in the shed for winter. The build quality is pretty cheap. Replaced it this year with an Intex Spa and I'm much happier with it, build quality is much better and the pump unit is separate so it's easy to detach the pool and clean it out when I change the water.
thats also another problem with these - the pump is built into the unit itself. go for a lazyspa if you can
OPS.
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