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Lay z spa drinks holder,  hot tub drinks holder - £11.94 via eBay (seller ppretail)
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Lay z spa drinks holder.. free delivery.. Cheapest on eBay
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Excellent price well spotted
What in God’s name are they drinking in the picture? A beer, with a slice of kiwi fruit floating in it and a segment of lemon on the side? That’s the strangest drink I’ve ever seen.
Hawaii Square Air Jet Lay-Z-Spa Hot Tub - £399.99 + £6.95 del at Argos
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Hawaii Square lay-z-spa. Says its the lowest ever price. Amazon £544 Tesco £499 Edit - Just noticed that there are also a couple of special bundles with this. £50 off a tent or e… Read more
Bit of a drama getting one this morning but got a good deal so was worth it. Reserved at Leicester Homebase and went to collect this morning. Was told on arrival they didn't have one. Chap rang nearest 4 stores to be told all stock had walked out their stores...think about 11 in total.
Finally reserved one one in Newark. Requested price,arch which she gave but I had to point out the 10% off also. Glad I didn't tell her what 10% would be as she took £60 off! Bargain at £340!
thanks OP and whoever mentioned price check x
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I would just like to send lots of love and apologies to anyone else that bought one of these.

Apparently my buying a hot tub and bad weather seem to have come together.
I am really hoping to get the intex 6 person round tub for 500 or less. How does this compare?
red23

A cause of many teenage pregnancy's [sic] in your towns slums.



My town slums? But I don't own any.
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RRP: £449.99 Our Price: £294.99 Lay-Z Spa Miami (54123) 2-4 People - 71inch x 26inch at TRAGO MILLS
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Comfortably seating 2-4 people - the Lay-Z Spa MIAMI - is the perfect way to relax and unwind in 40 degree celsius water with a soothing massage jet system for an unparalleled rela… Read more
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LOL_is_stupid25th Jul

Buy a new one, do a switch on the pumps, send it back. Bosh.

Devious... I like it...
Going_Digital4 h, 31 m ago

Plenty of them on eBay where people have damaged the inflatable part and …Plenty of them on eBay where people have damaged the inflatable part and left with the egg.

​Its trusting the seller, that's the hard part. someone could make a killing repairing these things but its getting the parts.
carmenlewis92

Can I ask where you got your 2mx2m gazebo from? the ones I've seen look a … Can I ask where you got your 2mx2m gazebo from? the ones I've seen look a bit flimsy


Technically ours is a pergola but we added a roof from the rolls of willow/bamboo from B &M and just hung some cheap white curtains up. It looks really good.

We got ours from ebay.
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mymymy

I've got the Monaco and my pump has just broken. Ive took it apart and … I've got the Monaco and my pump has just broken. Ive took it apart and found the impeller is broken. No parts available and Bestway dont allow you to phone them. Only option is to buy a whole egg unit, cheapest is £189...


Buy a new one, do a switch on the pumps, send it back. Bosh.
mymymy

I've got the Monaco and my pump has just broken. Ive took it apart and … I've got the Monaco and my pump has just broken. Ive took it apart and found the impeller is broken. No parts available and Bestway dont allow you to phone them. Only option is to buy a whole egg unit, cheapest is £189...


Plenty of them on eBay where people have damaged the inflatable part and left with the egg.
3 metre lean over parasol in 5 different colours now from £39 (plus £5.95 p&p) £44.95 @ Asda George
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Looking for a banana parasol for over my little boys paddling pool and came across these. 5 different colours and 2 of them (Blue and pink) have been reduced from £49 to £39, These… Read more
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Do these have the tilt function ?
Funnily enough mine broke today. I got it less than 12 months ago! The wind kept turning it around then the center bit snapped. It was only breezy. Not a practical buy.
Robbo11

Ditto all of the above comments. Leanover parasols look nice and stylish … Ditto all of the above comments. Leanover parasols look nice and stylish but they are not as stable as a standard parasol and the price of the base weights doubles the cost.



I used four paving slabs from B&Q which cost about £2 each.

A big improvement for me was using bungee cord to attach it to the house from the shade. Before this it would move a lot in the wind and a big gust could have been a disaster.
Robbo11

Ditto all of the above comments. Leanover parasols look nice and stylish … Ditto all of the above comments. Leanover parasols look nice and stylish but they are not as stable as a standard parasol and the price of the base weights doubles the cost.


More than double of you get heavy enough weights.
bc909885

Agreed. No matter how steady the base, the parasol swayed around so much … Agreed. No matter how steady the base, the parasol swayed around so much even in a gentle breeze. Ended up tethering 3 points to the ground and eventually went back to old fashioned central one.



Ditto all of the above comments. Leanover parasols look nice and stylish but they are not as stable as a standard parasol and the price of the base weights doubles the cost.
FREE LAY-Z-SPA ENTERTAINMENT SPEAKER SYSTEM RRP £79.99 WHEN YOU BUY THE MIAMI HOT TUB(£299.99) FROM ARGOS
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Had my eye on this hot tub for a while and there was an add on deal on previously giving £50 off the £79.99 entertainment system when you bought it with the hot tub. The entertain… Read more
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chublet

If you check the questions and answers from just a month ago it states it … If you check the questions and answers from just a month ago it states it is not the 2017 model, in which case you cannot heat and pump the bubbles at the same time.


Worth a try. If you get it home and it doesnt, then surely you can return it, but also print the Q&A part where the Argos member of staff has confirmed that they do work together. Maybe get a discount off a different model if you complain hard enough so may still be a win win situation.
If you check the questions and answers from just a month ago it states it is not the 2017 model, in which case you cannot heat and pump the bubbles at the same time.
alexus17th Jul

Not sure if your trolling or serious. I was gifted one, it gets used is …Not sure if your trolling or serious. I was gifted one, it gets used is set up never lived near a council estate so guess cant comment on whether the people that do buy a lot of these. We are considering upgrading to something far more expensive but have access to a spa at the gym without need to maintain. They are good value and a bit of fun. Maybe I just need a glass of whatever you are drinking.

F. O. S.
chublet

Energy isn't far too cheap, it is just that sometimes personal enjoyment … Energy isn't far too cheap, it is just that sometimes personal enjoyment of life counts for more than worrying about the effect of your actions on the world as a whole, and that is the way it should be too i think as otherwise you wouldn't do anything as every last thing you do has a detrimental effect on the environment.


Energy is far too cheap if people can afford to use 6 kWH per day heating their outside tubs, by the same token water is far too cheap when it only costs £4 to empty and fill the tub with drinking quality water weekly.
Energy isn't far too cheap, it is just that sometimes personal enjoyment of life counts for more than worrying about the effect of your actions on the world as a whole, and that is the way it should be too i think as otherwise you wouldn't do anything as every last thing you do has a detrimental effect on the environment.
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Lay z spa entertainment system was £79.99 now £49.99 + £6.95 Del @ Argos
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Lay z spa entertainment system that will fit round the pump of most lay z spa's Usually £79.99 now £49.99 + £6.95 delivery Add a little extra something to your spa experience wi… Read more
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I've been waiting ages for this to come down . As you say £75 is still too much.. meant to be pretty decent. We shall see
Well spotted, was going for it on eBay the other week at £75 but still thought it was too much. Ordered.
Oh! Thanks! This has been on my Amazon wish list for a while and it's still £98 on there! Will order it now... heat added!
Bestway Lay-Z-Spa Miami Inflatable Hot Tub - Tesco £299.99 + £7.95 del
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Purchased this recently due to the excellent reviews its had. This is a very good price, £30 less than what I paid 2 weeks ago. 299 clubcard points too! -------------------------… Read more
If you try using Bromine instead of Chlorine as Bromine is better at higher temps and does not evaporate off like chlorine
A tub of water lasts all season for me, use the floater with 2 chlorine tabs each week and wash the filters out every day or two, chuck them if they are beyond a clean. One year it went a bit foamy so used the anti foam liquid they sell and it clumps it together, then just overfill the tub so the sediment floats and runs off the side.
robertr

I just put in 2 teaspoons of chlorine granules after using and not had a … I just put in 2 teaspoons of chlorine granules after using and not had a problem in over 2 years.



Maybe its the water in my area, tried everything just seems to get scummy and slimy if its not used for a couple of weeks. Changing filters weekly as well.
Uridium

We hav the Vegas, it's great but even with chemicals its tricky to keep … We hav the Vegas, it's great but even with chemicals its tricky to keep clean....



It should have come with a floater. Just buy the chemical tablets and use one at a time replace when it's dissolved. This is what I do and not had any issues....
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Lay-Z-Spa Saint Tropez Hot Tub with Floating LED Light, Airjet Inflatable Spa, 4-6 Person £369.99 - Amazon
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Lay-Z-Spa Saint Tropez Hot Tub Relax & unwind in your very own fully functional hot tub - With 87 AirJets that create thousands of rejuvenating bubbles! Rapid Dual Operate He… Read more
Nemeus

Isn't this just the Vegas, in blue, with a floating LED light? In which … Isn't this just the Vegas, in blue, with a floating LED light? In which case you're paying an extra £50 (or more ) for a floating LED light?



yeah its the newer model, waiting for the old vegas to drop below £250
This or the paris at 349 from the range?
"Rapid Dual Operate Heating & Airjet Massage System - Heats up to a blissful 40C (104F)"

I didn't think the Vegas had this but I may be wrong?
Isn't this just the Vegas, in blue, with a floating LED light? In which case you're paying an extra £50 (or more) for a floating LED light?

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Lay-z- vegas spa £266 @ Homebase - price matched at Bredbury store
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Homebase offer a price match plus 10% extra off. Tesco are selling the lazy boy vegas spa for £295 Homebase at Bredbury price matched and ended up paying £266
tyketyson29 m ago

Sorry for the long post, but it may be useful to some. Just some comments …Sorry for the long post, but it may be useful to some. Just some comments that I have found thru these various threads and some for myself Filling it I have calculated (we have a meter with Yorkshire Water) costs £1.Drainage is about £1.20 on that, I have called YW and they are looking into discounting the drainage completely as it drains onto the fields behind the house – more her - http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/filling-a-pool-weekend-get-a-big-discount-from-your-waterboard-2701490 Heating the water up (not maintaining the heat) costs (on EDF plan we are on) 24p/hour, at 2c per hour.Filling the empty tub from the hot tap (gas combi boiler) with a mix of hot and cold water costs about 80p in gas, this ended up being OVER 40c! Needed to keep an eye on it and not have it too hot.To heat it from 20c to 40c using the heater would be £2.40. or to refill from empty with hot water would be £1.80 for comparison. It has been outside for the last 18 months and has been brilliant, we tend to use it more in the winter, rather than summer. Have to keep it running in winter to keep the temperature above 4c To reduce running costs, we have lined the outer cover with the foil coated bubblewrap ( £8.96 here for 0.6m x 10m - http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Double-Foil-Single-Layer-Air-Bubble-Wrap-Aluminum-Insulation-Roll-1-2m-0-6m-/292024573087?rsta=en_GB(en_GB)&cnac=GB&mail=sys&e=op&ppid=PPX000608&unp_tpcid=email-receipt-auction-payment&var=591102062397&calf=51d6cb1b300aa&calc=51d6cb1b300aa&pgrp=main:email&unptid=dafca04c-5d13-11e7-b1a4-5cb90192ccc0&mchn=em&t=&s=ci&page=main:email&cal=51d6cb1b300aa&cust= )- you put it between the liner and the inflatable element, so you cant see it. We have also cut 50-mm celotex to create a proper-lid. ( £26.31 at Wickes - http://www.wickes.co.uk/Celotex-50mm-High-Performance-Insulation-Board-1200-x-2400mm/p/190544) With these modifications, you dont lose much heat over-night.....clean and dry your liner. Mildew thrives in damp conditions and you don’t want to pull your spa out of storage next spring to find it covered in mould. To prevent this, mix some mild laundry detergent or washing up liquid with some warm water and soak a soft, clean cloth in the solution. Wipe around the inner part of the liner before soaking up any moisture with an absorbent cloth. Fold the flat liner back to reveal a section of the outer walls and part of the base. Clean and dry the areas before folding another section back and repeating the process. Because the base has been face down in darkness all season you may find a more rigorous clean is needed here. One method that some users use to ensure their spa is fully dried before they put it into storage is talcum powder. Sprinkling talcum powder over the liner prevents it sticking together when it’s placed into storage and absorbs any remaining moisture. Electronic Ph and CL2 tester (from china) - http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/New-Home-PC-101-Electronic-Swimming-Pool-Spa-Water-PH-CL2-Chlorine-Tester-Tool/352087343144?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649 Non-Chlorine shock (meant to be used about once a week) - £14.99 http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Non-Chlorine-Shock-OxyShock-Pool-Spa-hot-tubs-Cloudy-water-clearer-clarifier/260986131944?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&var=560100351122&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649 Chemicals pack (cheaper than the Clearwater ones and some bigger) - http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Water-treatment-kit-for-hot-tubs-portable-spa-chemical-starter-inflatable/251463084426?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649 Some people wash the filters in their dishwasher, I find it more effective to soak them overnight in warm water with "Vanish" dissolved in it. To save on electricity overnight I take a few buckets out and replace with boiling water in the morning. As for maintaince from what I've read online I've decided to just use multifunction 20g chlorine (or bromine) tablet in the supplied chemical floater and plan to add another ever 3-5 days (when tablet is nearly dissolved) also clean the filter once a week and replace it every month (12 filters are about £22 on eBay) £10 for matting underneath - http://www.halfords.com/workshop-tools/garage-equipment/garage-essentials/rolson-6-piece-floor-mat-set-120-x-180cm?_$ja=kw:digidip_net|tsid:40392&cm_mmc=Affiliates-_-PerformanceHorizon-_-digidip_net-_-TopLink 50 multi function chlorine tablets - http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/50-approx-multifunctional-chlorine-tablets-/201963137876?hash=item2f05f0eb54:g:Y7UAAOSwSzRZTXKo



Excellent post...very informative.
Thank you
Sorry for the long post, but it may be useful to some. Just some comments that I have found thru these various threads and some for myself

Filling it I have calculated (we have a meter with Yorkshire Water) costs £1.Drainage is about £1.20 on that, I have called YW and they are looking into discounting the drainage completely as it drains onto the fields behind the house – more her - hotukdeals.com/dea…490

Heating the water up (not maintaining the heat) costs (on EDF plan we are on) 24p/hour, at 2c per hour.Filling the empty tub from the hot tap (gas combi boiler) with a mix of hot and cold water costs about 80p in gas, this ended up being OVER 40c! Needed to keep an eye on it and not have it too hot.To heat it from 20c to 40c using the heater would be £2.40. or to refill from empty with hot water would be £1.80 for comparison.



It has been outside for the last 18 months and has been brilliant, we tend to use it more in the winter, rather than summer. Have to keep it running in winter to keep the temperature above 4c

To reduce running costs, we have lined the outer cover with the foil coated bubblewrap ( £8.96 here for 0.6m x 10m - ebay.co.uk/itm…ust= )- you put it between the liner and the inflatable element, so you cant see it. We have also cut 50-mm celotex to create a proper-lid. ( £26.31 at Wickes - wickes.co.uk/Cel…544) With these modifications, you dont lose much heat over-night.....

clean and dry your liner. Mildew thrives in damp conditions and you don’t want to pull your spa out of storage next spring to find it covered in mould.

To prevent this, mix some mild laundry detergent or washing up liquid with some warm water and soak a soft, clean cloth in the solution. Wipe around the inner part of the liner before soaking up any moisture with an absorbent cloth.

Fold the flat liner back to reveal a section of the outer walls and part of the base. Clean and dry the areas before folding another section back and repeating the process. Because the base has been face down in darkness all season you may find a more rigorous clean is needed here. One method that some users use to ensure their spa is fully dried before they put it into storage is talcum powder. Sprinkling talcum powder over the liner prevents it sticking together when it’s placed into storage and absorbs any remaining moisture.

Electronic Ph and CL2 tester (from china) - ebay.co.uk/itm…649



Non-Chlorine shock (meant to be used about once a week) - £14.99 ebay.co.uk/itm…649

Chemicals pack (cheaper than the Clearwater ones and some bigger) - ebay.co.uk/itm…649

Some people wash the filters in their dishwasher, I find it more effective to soak them overnight in warm water with "Vanish" dissolved in it.



To save on electricity overnight I take a few buckets out and replace with boiling water in the morning.



As for maintaince from what I've read online I've decided to just use multifunction 20g chlorine (or bromine) tablet in the supplied chemical floater and plan to add another ever 3-5 days (when tablet is nearly dissolved) also clean the filter once a week and replace it every month (12 filters are about £22 on eBay)



£10 for matting underneath - halfords.com/wor…ink



50 multi function chlorine tablets - ebay.co.uk/itm…XKo
Its about time thete was anothwr deal on these bad boys 😪😪😪😪
rugbyboyroy

As I purchased 10 days ago Homebase price matched Tesco £295 but did not … As I purchased 10 days ago Homebase price matched Tesco £295 but did not give an extra 10% offA phone call ok'd it -got the guys name - went in today and got £29.50 back on my card - but evenThen .......one woman on customer service said no and tried to put up a fight ..yet the manager told her to do it straight away.



Sorry what do you have to do. I can't see all the comments. Thank you
As I purchased 10 days ago Homebase price matched Tesco £295 but did not give an extra 10% off
A phone call ok'd it -got the guys name - went in today and got £29.50 back on my card - but even
Then .......one woman on customer service said no and tried to put up a fight ..yet the manager told her to do it straight away.
lay z spa Paris £349.99 @ Argos
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Lay z spa Paris down to £350, comes with the protective mat and you can add starter chemicals for an extra £20. Says 4-6 people, we've had 6 kids in with plenty of room. Fab to c… Read more
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Now showing as 399. Wish id pressed the button on the 379 deal with entertainment system. Still 349 at the range though... so gone for that deal. Few hrs too late but i dont really need the entertainment system
jgrand

Running cost is £7-10 a week depending on time of year outside, temp … Running cost is £7-10 a week depending on time of year outside, temp between 36-40, electricity tariff and chemicals etc.



​thanks
Running cost is £7-10 a week depending on time of year outside, temp between 36-40, electricity tariff and chemicals etc.
Where does it say it comes with the mat??
hellsbells100

The Vegas at Tesco is NOT the 2017 model. Therefore it does NOT offer … The Vegas at Tesco is NOT the 2017 model. Therefore it does NOT offer simultaneous bubbles and heat



homebase one is got one this morning
Bestway Lay-Z-Spa Vegas £295 - Tesco
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PRODUCT DETAILS Suitable for outdoor or indoor use, comfortably fits 4-6 people Lay-Z Massage Jet System & rapid heating up to 40°C (104°F) Easy set-up in 10 minutes, no profe… Read more
Morning, so we bought one of these and are super impressed. Well worth the initial outlay, time will tell regarding the water and electric bills.
I've a few questions if someone could advise me...
- we've used the bromine tablets in the provided dispenser and they have worked fine. The chlorine/bromine level is spot on as indicated on the test strips
- the strips also have pH and alkalinity tests
Both are pointing to the tub being a bit too acidic. Not majorly and nobody has had any issues but I'd like to get it to the levels it suggests.
Q... What is best to buy to make these levels more agreeable,?
Q... What is best to buy to get rid of existing hair/grass/bits when the tub is empty?
Q... What is best to buy to clean the filter?

Many thanks
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deeky

Can anyone tell me cos I'm a bit confused - do you NEED to use the salt … Can anyone tell me cos I'm a bit confused - do you NEED to use the salt chlorinator system? I bought the Clearwater chemical starter kit, believing that it included everything I needed. Now I'm reading about putting kilograms of salt in it before I start. From what I'm reading, the salt chlorinator system turns the salt into chlorine, but I assumed that the chlorine granules were a short cut.If anyone can explain in simple terms what I need to do I'd be most grateful. Also, I am reading about multi-purpose tablets, where you just put them in the floater and that's it. Is there really such a simple shortcut that can do away with all the measuring etc?



Deeky I think some of the new larger /more expensive models have ozone generators and take salt, saw one in the range - not the Vegas or Paris
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deeky

Can anyone tell me cos I'm a bit confused - do you NEED to use the salt … Can anyone tell me cos I'm a bit confused - do you NEED to use the salt chlorinator system? I bought the Clearwater chemical starter kit, believing that it included everything I needed. Now I'm reading about putting kilograms of salt in it before I start. From what I'm reading, the salt chlorinator system turns the salt into chlorine, but I assumed that the chlorine granules were a short cut.If anyone can explain in simple terms what I need to do I'd be most grateful. Also, I am reading about multi-purpose tablets, where you just put them in the floater and that's it. Is there really such a simple shortcut that can do away with all the measuring etc?



Hi, I purchased the Clearwater starter kit and googled lay z spa blog chlorine they've published guides on dosing at setup and weekly.

I used old scales and weighed my dosing, a few goes at reducing ph as we're in a very hard water area.

I have friends who have the tablets so have ordered some as they have said once initial shock dose done they use floater and then check daily- using starter as a weekly shock.

I haven't heard of anyone using salt chlorination (isn't chlorine salt based?) friends do say they sometimes use the clarifier which I haven't got yet - the water change seems to be every month to two or maybe even three which seems to depend on use, frequency and cleanliness! Sorry but colleague says his kids heavily use and it's a monthly water change for him.

Of course the water will only be able to take so much chemicals (solubility) a few people half drain and top up but friends say they just drain the whole think for a clean and start again.

Biggest issue is the size of the cable - 7m is just generous enough and rcd plug means it isn't likely to fit in most small outdoor sockets so we're installing a proper box - handy for garden too
thanks
Can anyone tell me cos I'm a bit confused - do you NEED to use the salt chlorinator system? I bought the Clearwater chemical starter kit, believing that it included everything I needed. Now I'm reading about putting kilograms of salt in it before I start. From what I'm reading, the salt chlorinator system turns the salt into chlorine, but I assumed that the chlorine granules were a short cut.

If anyone can explain in simple terms what I need to do I'd be most grateful.

Also, I am reading about multi-purpose tablets, where you just put them in the floater and that's it. Is there really such a simple shortcut that can do away with all the measuring etc?
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lay z spa - £349 instore Homebase
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Hi I was looking for a lay z spa Paris argos have them advertised for £ 479 went down to Homebase in Leicester same item £ 349 though I was a good bargain is now in the garden war… Read more
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bouncy99

£350 for a blow up adult paddling pool, with a pump. jeees



U obviously don't have a spa
£350 for a blow up adult paddling pool, with a pump. jeees
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dawnie79

The title say B&Q but listing says Homebase If b&q and near a Sainsbury's … The title say B&Q but listing says Homebase If b&q and near a Sainsbury's they got 15% off B&Q gift cards so would make it even cheaper



Yeah sorry it was Homebase
The title say B&Q but listing says Homebase If b&q and near a Sainsbury's they got 15% off B&Q gift cards so would make it even cheaper
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Windsor

Is this the 2017 led version ?



Yes led lights included
Lay-Z-Spa Hawaii £359.99 @ Homebase using price match
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The range currently have the lay-z-spa Hawaii on offer from £499 to £399 https://www.therange.co.uk/pool-and-hot-tubs/spas/lay-z-spa-hawaii-airjet/#155095 So got my local Homebas… Read more
Bunnings sell them for £399.00
I went into Homebase today to try and see if they would do a pricematch for this. They said they only pricematch companies that are selling the item at full price, no sale prices included. oO
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nlawrence17487

Just been to homebase and they're being dicks about it refusing to honour … Just been to homebase and they're being dicks about it refusing to honour price match as the range had sold out between me calling them and getting to homebase. They then said the product was an online only item which definitely isn't. All in all homebase very unhelpful and disappointing



Have you phoned your local the range stores to see if they have stock?
Then get Homebase to ring them!
Just been to homebase and they're being dicks about it refusing to honour price match as the range had sold out between me calling them and getting to homebase. They then said the product was an online only item which definitely isn't. All in all homebase very unhelpful and disappointing
Thanks for replies
Vegas Lay-Z Spa £336 @ Homebase
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Relax and unwind with The Bestway Vegas 6 Person Lay-Z Spa. The simple, sleek blue finish will look great in your home, either indoors or outdoors. Its inflatable design is strong,… Read more
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livesf

Can a mod change the picture for this deal please.



​To a picture of a PS4?
Can a mod change the picture for this deal please.
Funny looking Lay-Z Spa


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Lay Z Spa Vegas £247.75 Del with New Customer Code @ JD Williams
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Lay z Spa vegas New customers only. Voucher code QKJX2 takes 25% off bringing price down to £237.75. Bargain
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Absolute joke - as soon as I saw it in stock I was on the phone at the beginning of the week saying they cancelled as couldn't honour the price - they've agreed to reduce the price to what I originally ordered at.

It's been dispatched and the courier has contacted me its being delivered Saturday as I couldn't accept it any earlier

Not great but Ive finally got it and it is a good price.

Mike
Jaden0_5

ordered mine over 2 months ago. and just had mine cancelled.



​absolutely disgusting by them. especially as they are now selling it as in stock!

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ordered mine over 2 months ago. and just had mine cancelled.
I had mine cancelled too. Terrible customer service, and haven't seen the refund hit my payment card yet.
mines been cancelled today after 5 weeks of waiting. luckily tesco have stock again so ordered from them now for £295. really annoying though as I could have had this delivered from tesco by now and could have enjoyed today's nice weather in it!
4 person Havana Lay z spa by Bestway, was £399.99 now £299.99 online and instore at The Range
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Havana spa by Bestway at The Range in Bournemouth. Available instore and online. Includes 2 free Headrests Features Easy set-up, no professional installation required Includes s… Read more
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WaxMechaniK

Looks interesting. It sounds like its basically the Vegas but with 2 free … Looks interesting. It sounds like its basically the Vegas but with 2 free pillows, and blue in colour instead. I don't like the blue, the white or black/grey looks more stylish!



​I think this is smaller than the Vegas; more of a Miami size. The St Tropez seems to be the same as the Vegas
Looks interesting. It sounds like its basically the Vegas but with 2 free pillows, and blue in colour instead. I don't like the blue, the white or black/grey looks more stylish!
Tempting
Believe me or not, I once went to collect a jump-starter from a guy (ad on facebook) and he had one of those set up in the kitchen.
Such a shame I've not got the space for this in my garden. Not with the trampoline, burn barrels and the Impreza-up-on-bricks already there
Bestway Lay z spa drinks holder £4.92 @ Homebase
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Cheapest ive seen anywhere, perfect for this weather. Compatible with all Lay-Z-Spa models (excluding Monaco) these Lay-Z-Spa drink holders can be anchored over the top wall of yo… Read more
6.99 in the range if tour local homebase is oos
How is this cold?

Cheapest price by a mile. And it's a great addition to any lay-z spa
Excellent! Just reserved mine., thanks!
Reserved 2 at my Homebase. Thanks OP. But don't know why this is going cold, this is a VERY good price when you check around.
Reserved to pick up tomorrow. Thank you, tjh1972
Bestway  lay z spa vegas £329 Tesco
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Been looking around for one of these & tesco have money off their paddling pools which includes the lay z spa. Order for collection only.
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Couldn't you just buy a pHmeter off amazon about a tenner?
polly69

Id love one of these but am concerned over the care of it, can a owner … Id love one of these but am concerned over the care of it, can a owner explain what you need to do to keep the water clean like filters and treatments. Ive also heard you can buy a cover that keeps the heat in is that true.Thanks


They have a cover that acts to keep the heat in to some degree thats full of air to with a thick cover. If you mean like a foam or something maybe I have never looked.

I find the hardest thing if your a worryier is balancing the spa eg getting the ph right and the amount of chlorine. I was using the powdered chorine found that easier that floater with tablets I tend to leave open fully and over dose the spa.

Also my cheap testing strips with my colour blindness... well lets just say I have taken in my water samples to work a few times now as work in a pool and thankfully they have a great machine. If anyone has a recommendation on testing kits? I struggle on the red/green spectrum.
Maintenance is the number one issue of these failing.

Clean filters and make sure they bone dry and should'nt have any issues.

I have one issue with them would like a button for 50% bubbles so its not as noisy then.
Id love one of these but am concerned over the care of it, can a owner explain what you need to do to keep the water clean like filters and treatments. Ive also heard you can buy a cover that keeps the heat in is that true.

Thanks
If they are looked after they great. It's neglect that causes issues. I wash the filter after every use and don't have it on constantly. I have read issues with the Monaco which seems to be the one to avoid but like anything they will learn by the mistakes and change the design. I have the vegas and it seems to be the one to go for even though next year I want a Canadian spa
Cole & Bright Gardman 15 led parasol light now £9.99 @ Screwfix
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Battery operated 15 LED parasol light that adjusts to parasol poles between 35mm and 45mm in diameter. Has a one year guarantee and doesn't chew through batteries as they are LED b… Read more
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black.knight

The light will help in the poor weather and you're sitting under a … The light will help in the poor weather and you're sitting under a parasol anyway so you're protected. Duh.EDIT - Heat added


And when you hold an umbrella, you never get a drop of water on you because rain in this country always falls in perfect vertical lines. I'll have two of whatever you are on, seems ideal!
dewonderful

Normal price, not available in many local stores, weather is poor, how … Normal price, not available in many local stores, weather is poor, how the **** is this a hot deal?



The light will help in the poor weather and you're sitting under a parasol anyway so you're protected. Duh.

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Normal price, not available in many local stores, weather is poor, how the **** is this a hot deal?
Northerndave

Watch as hundreds of insects and moths become your new best friend



Just hang a battery operated insect and moth repeller from your parasol. You will also need to purchase scaffolding to hold up your parasol.
Watch as hundreds of insects and moths become your new best friend
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