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Old 09.08.2010, 18:56
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Lay-z-spa

Has anyone got one, looks like a good option, which you can take with you. I think that prices start at around CHF700 are they any good?

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Old 09.08.2010, 19:49
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Re: Lay-z-spa

hi , i have one , and its great , although mine is not lazy spa , but go for it ....either lazy spa or camero spa they are the best ones , i did hours of research on these because my landlord would not let me have a real one as he said the 1600kg wet weight might make the house sink ....( plank )

so i got a blowup one instead .

it heats quick. in the summer say 16 hours to 38C in winter about 24 hours , and the cost of running is very low

any questions just ask , i have been running mine since feb2010
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Re: Lay-z-spa

Hi
We are looking to buy a lazy spa or something similar.Where is the best place to look for one. We are in Basel.
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Re: Lay-z-spa

Tempting. Perhaps worth waiting a bit for a Sale, If somebody does find very good offers, would love to hear from them.
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