Proudly introducing the brand new Lay-Z-Spa Palm Springs Inflatable Hot Tub from the UK's number 1 inflatable hot tub brand. The Palm Springs leatheroid and puncture resistant exterior is made with TriTech 3 ply reinforced material, featuring a polyester mesh core encased in two layers of PVC, for extra strength and durability.
On top of the additional comfort under foot and backside, this helps with insulation and minimising the loss of heat through the base of the spa, meaning you can sit back and relax in a spa you know isn't draining your wallet. This spa's premium leather look, mellow colour palette and leather texture reflects its high-end spec and luxurious extra features.
The Palm Springs will look perfect set up on wooden decking or on the lawn and is guaranteed to add that extra dimension of relaxation to your BBQ with friends. Whilst the recommended capacity of 4-6 people remains the same as other spas, the additional 100L+ water capacity means you will have a more spacious spa experience, offering greater water depth and room for movement.
Portable, inflatable hot tub - Heats up to 40C (104F)
Comfortably fits 4 - 6 Persons (963L Water Capacity)
Cushioned air mat floor
Extendable 1 year Warranty
For outdoor or indoor use
Includes an inflatable leatheroid cover with easy fastening clips
Easy set-up in 10 minutes, no professional installation required
Digital control pump for massage jets, water filtration and rapid heating
Includes as standard: Free set up DVD, Maintenance Guide, 4 x Filter Cartridges and Chemical Floater
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