In this blog post we’ll be discussing some of our Lay z spa reviews we’ve wrote about and answer the question “are lay z spas worth the money?” and “Which is the best one to buy?.
In short, after reviewing lay z spas various products, it would be accurate to say we’re a huge fan of their range of products.
But that wasn’t always the case. You see Lay z spa in the early days weren’t all too great, some of them had faults and in previous lay z spa reviews, we’ve noted that down to a few things:
- Material Wasn’t The Best
- Filter’s Wouldn’t Work Well
- Took Too Long To Set Up
- Air Would Leak
But it would be cruel to say that Lay Z Spa still have these issues, as it isn’t the case. They’ve came far from looking at their weaknesses and building better and better products each year.
Their latest release was back in 2016, which is by far our favourite hot tub (but we’ll get into that a bit later on). We’d go as far to suggest that any model after 2015, you can buy with confidence.
When considering an inflatable tub, you’ve got to ask yourself ” what’s the difference between the inflatable version and the real deal?” and i’m sure it won’t come as much of a shock to you but Price seems to be the biggest difference.
To give you an idea before we reviewed lay z spa we also looked at the next cheapest tub, which was made out of wood. The price? just over £1000 and it didn’t come with any jet functions (that lay z spa does come with) take a look. Now to get that tub warm, it requires you to burn wood whilst you’re in the water.
I don’t know about you, but i’m not so keen about having a wood burner next to me in the water. So we look at the next range of hot tubs which offer up to 6 seats, is heated electronically and has jet functionality – the cost? a meagre £1500 – £2000.
Not too shabby, but then you have to dedicate a permanent room too it, you have to maintain ti all year around, and the costs are ongoing. Don’t get me wrong, i’d love to have this tub, but the attraction of a lay z spa means you can set it up anywhere and take it down at any time – and at a fraction of the cost.
So without further ado here’s our favourite lay z spa
So whats so great about this tub? Well for starts it can fit all of your friends in (well your close ones anyway) allowing a maximum of 6 adults to enjoy the warm, comforting bubbles that lap upon your skin.
But surely most modern lay z spas offer air jets? well yes they do, however the Paris offers 87 air jets (more than other models) and the jets are more powerful- with a flick of a switch you can release the massage setting and feel at bliss instantly.
What’s also great about this tub is – it sets the ambience. Using LED lights you can leave it to go on random, whilst shades of cool blue spread across the surface, turning the water into a deep ocean colour.
Before a crimson pink surfaces and should you chose, you can freeze the LEDs on your favourite colour – or set the scene to be more romantic?
When considering this for our Lay z spa review, we looked at how easy ti was to set up (it takes less than 10 minutes to inflate), what type of after sales support you get with your tub (there’s a free helpline you can call between 9-5) and should disaster happen, what type of support will they offer you?
And yanno what? Bestway (guys who make lay z spa) are incredibly helpful in the amazon lay z spa reviews, you can see people who have noted that they had issues after their warranty expired (air was leaking through a valve) and Bestway simply replaced their model for them – now that’s customer service.
So all in all, what do you actually get with the Paris edition?
- Support Team to Help After Sales
- Seats 4-6 Adults
- Leatheroid Cover To Keep Heat In When Not In Use
- Self Inflation Air Pump (Takes 10 Minutes To Set Up)
- I Beam Construction – Making It a Solid Structure
- Relaxing 87 Air Jets – With a Massage Function
- Multi Coloured LED – Set The Scene
- Timer – Allow Your Hot Tub To Heat Itself Up Whilst You’re At Work
- Rapid Heating (10 hours)
It’s by far our favourite Hot tub and you can read our full Lay z spa review of it here
This is our second favourite Lay z spa review, we’ve done as it’s very comparable to the Pairs hot tub and works out cheaper to buy.
One of the things that attracted us to buying an inflatable tub is the price. Now we’d be lying if we didn’t say we’ve always secretly wanted a hot tub but the thought of paying thousands to own a semi-decent one and then the hours of maintenance that racks up every year is off putting.
And well the Vegas hot tub, delivers on price working out to be roughly £60 cheaper than the Paris.
So i’m sure you’re probably wondering, what’s the difference between this tub and the Paris hot tub? and well to be honest, not a lot.
You don’t get LEDs. Whilst LEDs are a nice feature for the night time (you’d be surprised how dark it get’s outside in a tub) it’s not a complete deal breaker. Besides you could buy some hot tub light accessories that work out cheaper.
So what do you actually get with the Vegas tub?
- 87 Air Jets for You to Relax and Unwind
- Massage Jet Feature
- Leatherod Cover to Keep Heat in and Your Bills Down
- Rapid Heating (10 hours)
- Timed Heating – Set Your Tub Up Hassle Free
- Self Inflation – (Hot Tub Prepared In Less Than 10 Minutes)
- UK Support Team to Assist You
- Quad Horizontal Ring Structure To Give a Sturdy Hot Tub
As you can see in this lay z spa review, there’s not much different to the pairs (expect the lights), you can read the full review of the lazy spa vegas here.