These Lay-Z-Spa hot tubs are known to sell out fast—and for good reason. With most of us spending more time at home in the last year and overseas travel still up in the air, making the most of our own gardens and weather seems like the best way to soak up the sun.
Having your very own haven to relax in whenever you want is a great argument for buying a hot tub, but with inflatable versions being cheaper and easier to put together, opting for this pop-up solution instead is a no-brainer.
While there are generally quite a lot of hot tubs on offer at most retailers that sell pretty well, many of them have been being quickly snapped up even quicker now that we're all trying to make the most of UK staycations and we've been being spoiled with hot and sunny weather.
However, when it comes to the UK's bestselling inflatable hot tub brand, Lay-Z-Spa takes the crown, with customers leaning towards this reliable brand again and again. The brand regularly sells out of their bestselling products, but luckily some of their best models are now back in stock thanks to the rising demand.
Are Lay-Z-Spas any good?
Lay-Z-Spa has become one of the most popular hot tub brands in the UK, thanks to its wide range of models available, easy product setup and intelligent technologies. Their products boast multi-award-winning designs that feature inflatable lids and durable covers to ensure that your hot tub stays in good condition during the months of the year that it's not in use, while their clever Freeze Shield™
technology means that you can actually still use the product during the colder months of the year without fear over the water freezing up.
Lay-Z-Spa's wide range of products available also means that you can choose from different types of jet systems based on your preference and budget, while its energy-efficient system means that you can save money on bills too. One of the biggest selling points of the products is probably the easy setup that lets you get your hot tub ready in just five minutes without the need for any tools. And to make things easier for their customers, the brand also sells all the chemicals and added extras you might need on their website.
How much does a Lazy-Z-Spa hot tub cost?
When it comes to pricing, the brand offers a wide range of options to make their products more accessible to a bigger customer base. You can snap up one of the simplest Lay-Z-Spa models for between £400 and £500, which will give you a simple 120 Airjet massage system as well as space to comfortably fit around four people.
Their most expensive option will set you back around £1,200 and comes with a 140 Airjet massage system plus eight HydroJets. It also boasts a sleek wooden-looking design and can fit up to six people. There are also several mid-range options that will set you back anywhere between the two prices.
Lay-Z-Spa inflatable hot tubs are available at different UK retailers, so we've picked out the best deals below so that you can shop with ease.
What other inflatable hot tubs are still available?
If you don't manage to get your hands on a Lay-Z-Spa before they sell out or you're looking to spend a little less money, don't fear because luckily there are a lot of other quality and reliable hot tub models on offer in US and UK retailers.
Retailers like Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart, Target and Home Depot have many different inflatable hot tubs to choose from, as well as UK shops like Argos, B&Q, Robert Dyas and John Lewis. To help you narrow it down, we've compared prices and picked out the best deals of the bunch, so that you don't have to.
Aleesha is a digital shopping writer at woman&home—so whether you're looking for beauty, fashion, health or home buys, she knows what the best buys are at any moment. She earned an MA in Magazine Journalism from City, University of London in 2017 and has since worked with a number of brands including Women's Health, Stylist and Goodto. A year on the w&h news team gained her invaluable insight into where to get the best lifestyle releases first—as well as an AOP awards nomination.
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