Which is the Best Inflatable Hot Tub in the UK?
When it comes to inflatable hot tubs (AKA inflatable spas), there’s a whole lot of rubbish on the market. The goal of this article is to show you (what we think are) the best inflatable hot tubs for sale today. This article will give out links to each item discussed, which will take you to the best price available at the current time. We’ve painstakingly filtered through the huge amount of junk products that exist when it comes to inflatable hot tubs. All the hot tubs listed are recommend by us and based on hours of research. Some will are better than others, and will suit your needs more, so read the summary for each. Don’t worry if you’re on a budget, there are some quite impressive items that are cheap in price, yet bring a lot to the table. Now, if you’re happy to spend a bit more, then you’ve got quite an impressive selection to choose from.
A high quality inflatable hot tub allows you to have a hot tub at your own house. No longer is it just the domain of the super rich. There are many products out there on the market that have an incredible array of features that deliver an experience on par with hot tubs that cost thousands of pounds. Being inflatable, this isn’t a permanent fixture. You can pick an choose when and where you want to use your hot tub. There’s no need for it to take up valuable space permanently.
Last Updated: April 2018
Inflatable Spa Buying 101: (Here’s all you need to know)
- Size: How many people will it seat. You can get products that seat up to 8 people comfortably, or even just get a 1 to 2 person tub. But remember if you buy a bigger one, it will need more water, more power, and more time to heat up.
- Shape: Generally, there’s two choices – square or circular. Now, this is preference and you’ll have to pick which suits your needs better. If you want to fit the hot tub against square against something like a fence or wall, then buy a square design. Also, if you have an existing gazebo (or plan to buy one), then you may want to buy a coordinating shaped hot tub. Circular tubs generally use a bit less water, and can be better accommodating when we are talking about tubs that seat 6 or more.
- Heat: All items listed below will heat up to at least a maximum 40 degrees celsius. However, some go to 42C. In reality, it’s very unlikely you’d want to go beyond 40C. Stepping into a 40C tub will be very uncomfortable for most people. You’ll most likely set it around 38C, which is fairly hot, but will allow for some temperature drop.
- Portability: All inflatable products are portable, but the larger tubs will require more storage space than smaller ones. Sounds obvious, but its an important note – check you have a suitable storage space (where there’s no sharp object to puncture it).
- Extras: Is your hot tub compatible with plenty of extra such as headrests, cupholder, etc? Well, if you’re buying a leading brand like Lay-Z-Spa, or MSpa, then don’t worry there is loads of compatible available extras to buy as and when you need them. But if you’re buying a less well known brand, check there are compatible extras available.
This is the ultimate buyers guide, showing you the best inflatable hot tubs for sale in the UK
So, let’s begin. Choose a category below that suits your budget and delve into the option we recommend.