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Mspa Inflatable 4-Person Whirlpool Hot Tub instore at Lidl for £299
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Mspa Inflatable 4-Person Whirlpool Hot Tub instore at Lidl for £299

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Let off steam this summer with this inflatable whirlpool hot tub featuring 118 dynamic air jets which massage your body and create bubbles
Fits up to 4 people
1,500W heating power with a maximum temperature of 42ºC
Includes filter cartridge, drain hose adaptor, combination lock and cover with zip
Capacity: 700L
Filter pump: 12V / 35W
Power supply: 220–240V, 50Hz
Cable length: 5.1m
2-year warranty
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Albie714/06/2020 08:11

When are they expected in store


This might be a clue.
Starts at 28/06/2020
seancharles14/06/2020 10:31

Can i ask how much it costs you to run? I've read with moderate use …Can i ask how much it costs you to run? I've read with moderate use throughout the month its about £10?


We have the Lay Z Spa Vegas which is a 4-6 people one. Not big, but not as small as the smallest (2-4 person) models.
I have been taking meter readings at 9am daily and working out the costs.

I have found the following (based on 12.5p per unit of electricity which is about the average atm)

Put cold water in (shows about 15 degrees) and turn on, costs around £7 over 12 hours to get up to 40 degrees (which feels really HOT!)

We used it every other day on average, so maybe 15 times over the first month. When we got out we would turn it down to 30ish and leave it at that till 4 hours before we want to use it again, and then turn back up to 39 or 40. Would get from 30C to 38C within 4 hours. Sometimes when we used it we would go in for 30 mins, but on a couple of occasions we used it for 2-3 hours getting in and out. One thing to note is that we hardly use the bubbles because A) it blows cold air into the water and reduces the temperature of the water a couple of degrees fairly quickly and B) the pump is fairly noisy when blowing bubbles (think of a vacuum cleaner volume, it's about that level) where as when the bubbles are off it's very (very) quiet.

The first month, it has cost in total around £40 in electricity from initial heating to the above schedule.
Edited by: "starsi360" 15th Jun
cfc196714/06/2020 20:25

Nice and warm breeding ground for germs ....and also a beer whilst bathing …Nice and warm breeding ground for germs ....and also a beer whilst bathing in each others dead pubes.🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮


Tell her to get waxed or get lost mate!!
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When are they expected in store
Albie714/06/2020 08:11

When are they expected in store


This might be a clue.
Starts at 28/06/2020
The tub may be, but the price doesn't seem inflated, given other recent deals, but anyone have experience of this brand?
42 degrees. That's hot. Dont check your electricity bills
I heard Lazy Spa stock is in on 1st July.
kmirza14/06/2020 08:33

I heard Lazy Spa stock is in on 1st July.


At Lidl?
2 year warranty, whats the worst that can happen?
Rickardo14/06/2020 09:48

At Lidl?


No country wide but have to see. Too many inflated prices at the moment.
Rickardo14/06/2020 08:17

The tub may be, but the price doesn't seem inflated, given other recent …The tub may be, but the price doesn't seem inflated, given other recent deals, but anyone have experience of this brand?


We got ours a year ago from Lidl, same brand, still going strong.
Moonmonkeys14/06/2020 10:31

We got ours a year ago from Lidl, same brand, still going strong.


Can i ask how much it costs you to run? I've read with moderate use throughout the month its about £10?
markelock14/06/2020 08:28

42 degrees. That's hot. Dont check your electricity bills


I know - I've heard these cheaper not so insulated hot tubs can cost a fortune to heat and keep them at a decent temp.
seancharles14/06/2020 10:31

Can i ask how much it costs you to run? I've read with moderate use …Can i ask how much it costs you to run? I've read with moderate use throughout the month its about £10?


More like £6-8 to get it up to temperature on the first use then about £4-£5 per day to keep at temperature plus the cost of chemicals. Not cheap
Edited by: "classygear" 14th Jun
seancharles14/06/2020 10:15

2 year warranty, whats the worst that can happen?


It breaks in 25 months?
seancharles14/06/2020 10:31

Can i ask how much it costs you to run? I've read with moderate use …Can i ask how much it costs you to run? I've read with moderate use throughout the month its about £10?


Can't say i've delved much into it to be honest, I probably should I guess. We fill with hot water from the tap so that keeps things down a bit I reckon. It only loses about 6 degrees overnight so not much reheating the next day. Depends on the weather too I guess.

So over all, not much help from me i'm afraid
classygear14/06/2020 10:39

More like £6-8 to get it up to temperature on the first use then about …More like £6-8 to get it up to temperature on the first use then about £4-£5 per day to keep at temperature plus the cost of chemicals. Not cheap


Is that lockdown costs or when we were free?
Moonmonkeys14/06/2020 10:50

Can't say i've delved much into it to be honest, I probably should I …Can't say i've delved much into it to be honest, I probably should I guess. We fill with hot water from the tap so that keeps things down a bit I reckon. It only loses about 6 degrees overnight so not much reheating the next day. Depends on the weather too I guess.So over all, not much help from me i'm afraid


Definitely agree to fill from the hot water tap if you can. The hot water system is going to be far more efficient and cheaper than the hot water pump heating from cold. 18 degrees up to 38 will take about 12 hours.
Moonmonkeys14/06/2020 10:31

We got ours a year ago from Lidl, same brand, still going strong.


We got a LayZ Spa Miami from Tesco Direct in 2016.

It gets used Easter to October half term
It’s on its 5th year and doing well for £299 back then.

Can’t vouch for a Lidl one.
classygear14/06/2020 10:39

More like £6-8 to get it up to temperature on the first use then about …More like £6-8 to get it up to temperature on the first use then about £4-£5 per day to keep at temperature plus the cost of chemicals. Not cheap


My LayZ spa needs 12hrs at 2kw so 24kw at 12.5p/kWh so more like £3
Heated paddling pool. No thanks.
IRONM4N_UK14/06/2020 13:36

My LayZ spa needs 12hrs at 2kw so 24kw at 12.5p/kWh so more like £3


So even at ‘only’ £3 a day it’s almost a £100 per month just to heat? Jesus!! No thanks.
angusyoung14/06/2020 14:53

So even at ‘only’ £3 a day it’s almost a £100 per month just to heat? Jesus …So even at ‘only’ £3 a day it’s almost a £100 per month just to heat? Jesus!! No thanks.


That’s the initial heating
I would say it is then on heating for 4 hours a day.
Pump runs alone for the other 20

I have realistically seen my energy bill for 6 months of the year when I use it go up by an average of £35-£40 a month.

The manuals tell you it is less but it isn’t!
Edited by: "IRONM4N_UK" 14th Jun
kmirza14/06/2020 10:17

No country wide but have to see. Too many inflated prices at the moment.


Is that a pun?
kevinsmbuk14/06/2020 15:23

Is that a pun?


I want Lazy Spa Paris but not paying £800 con price. So waiting for stock to pay £400-£500.
Dragon3214/06/2020 10:38

I know - I've heard these cheaper not so insulated hot tubs can cost a …I know - I've heard these cheaper not so insulated hot tubs can cost a fortune to heat and keep them at a decent temp.


It's inflated, air is an excellent insulator
Rickardo14/06/2020 10:48

It breaks in 25 months?


That's called "Well Planned Obsolescence"!
Ours is a smaller cancun model from layzspa, we only need 2-3hrs a day to keep it at around 36C, any hotter is too much for me, a decent insulated base mat, and cover makes a big difference.
satyris14/06/2020 17:13

It's inflated, air is an excellent insulator


You jest. 😁

Surly not as good as a thick wall of polystyrene?

Recon you'd be looking at an extra £30/£40 per month in electricity to run this at a decent temperature.
Edited by: "Dragon32" 14th Jun
danowat14/06/2020 17:16

Ours is a smaller cancun model from layzspa, we only need 2-3hrs a day to …Ours is a smaller cancun model from layzspa, we only need 2-3hrs a day to keep it at around 36C, any hotter is too much for me, a decent insulated base mat, and cover makes a big difference.


Yes I've heard a decent base and covering make a huge difference.
Energy bills come down alot if you use insulation, we made a cover out of thermaWrap and then added a rain cover on top, loses about 3 degrees overnight where before we were losing 7
Edited by: "jayblade74" 14th Jun
Moonmonkeys14/06/2020 10:31

We got ours a year ago from Lidl, same brand, still going strong.


What size is it? Width & height. Thanks
Nice and warm breeding ground for germs ....and also a beer whilst bathing in each others dead pubes.
🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮
cfc196714/06/2020 20:25

Nice and warm breeding ground for germs ....and also a beer whilst bathing …Nice and warm breeding ground for germs ....and also a beer whilst bathing in each others dead pubes.🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮


As opposed to alive pubes? I’m intrigued.
cfc196714/06/2020 20:25

Nice and warm breeding ground for germs ....and also a beer whilst bathing …Nice and warm breeding ground for germs ....and also a beer whilst bathing in each others dead pubes.🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮


Tell her to get waxed or get lost mate!!
Other brands will match the price as well so keep an eye on other brands as well
I bought a lay z spa last year(can’t remember which one), had a great time in it. Filled it up with cold water(1000litres) and heated it to 40*c, had it on constantly for the month.
Monthly gas and electricity before spa.. £100
Monthly gas and electricity with the spa..
£270

The spa and the chemicals are the cheap part of it, keeping it running is very expensive! Ours is now rolled up in the garage.

You will also need spare filters and regular cleaning. We always showered before entering but it still didn’t keep it clean for long. It was definitely fun while it was up but I’d not buy one now if I knew what I do now.
Levilusk14/06/2020 22:32

I bought a lay z spa last year(can’t remember which one), had a great time …I bought a lay z spa last year(can’t remember which one), had a great time in it. Filled it up with cold water(1000litres) and heated it to 40*c, had it on constantly for the month.Monthly gas and electricity before spa.. £100Monthly gas and electricity with the spa..£270The spa and the chemicals are the cheap part of it, keeping it running is very expensive! Ours is now rolled up in the garage.You will also need spare filters and regular cleaning. We always showered before entering but it still didn’t keep it clean for long. It was definitely fun while it was up but I’d not buy one now if I knew what I do now.


That sounds like a lot more than others are spending to heat, might be worth trying to insulate as much as possible? Could make a major difference
2k to run a year? That can't be right!
markelock14/06/2020 08:28

42 degrees. That's hot. Dont check your electricity bills


When your roof is covered with solar panels its free
seancharles14/06/2020 10:31

Can i ask how much it costs you to run? I've read with moderate use …Can i ask how much it costs you to run? I've read with moderate use throughout the month its about £10?


funny costs us around £2.00-£3.50 per day on a 1200 litre 5-7 person depending on temperature outside and if it gets used that day, if you go in it for more than 10 minutes the water temp drops by 2-3 degrees which means the heater has to run for 3 hours to heat it back up, not cheap at all
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