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Hot Tubs

With such a wide range of inflatable hot tubs available, it can be hard to know where to start looking.

That is why we at All Round Fun only stock brands that we know and trust, meaning all you have to do is look through our collection of inflatable hot tubs and pick one which suits you.

Whether you are looking for garden hot tubs, perfect for party hosting, or a portable hot tub for taking the party out with you, we stock something for everyone.

Be sure to check the unique features and capacity of each product, to ensure that you get a hot tub which is the perfect fit for you.

Each of our items will have a unique set of care and maintenance instructions, so be sure to read over these and follow them, ensuring you get the most out of your blow up hot tub.

We aim to make searching through our products as quick and easy as possible, but if you need some further guidance when selecting your inflatable spa, then be sure to contact our experts today.

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Hot Tubs

Lie back and drift away on a relaxing sea of bubbles in your very own inflatable hot tub. Whether you’re thinking of purchasing to make use of their many health benefits or simply want to add a fun new feature to your garden, there’s plenty of choice for everyone. At All Round Fun, our range of inflatable hot tubs encompasses well known brand names like Lay-Z-Spa, MSpa and Avenli — so you can be confident that you’re investing in quality.

Health benefits of hot tubs

  • Can be used for hydrotherapy
  • Stress relief
  • Improved sleep
  • Aids muscle relaxation
  • Can help to lower blood pressure

  • Who can use hot tubs?

    Anybody can use and enjoy a hot tub — that’s the beauty of them! Children should always be supervised, and the temperature should be adjusted lower. If you suffer from any of the following conditions, you should avoid using the hot tub:

    • Pregnancy
    • Heart disease
    • Low blood pressure
    • Urinary tract infections (UTI)

    Staying safe in the hot tub

    Don’t spend more than 20 minutes in the tub

    Although it can be tempting to lounge in the tub four hours at a time, it can also begin to have negative effects. It’s best to bathe in short bursts, taking breaks in between to limit the side effects of being in hot water for too long.

    Stay hydrated

    Although it can be tempting to crack open a bottle of champagne — after all, what’s more luxurious than bubbly in a bath — you should avoid this if possible. Staying hydrated is really important, as it will help to regulate your body temperature. Drink lots of water!

    Monitor the temperature

    Test the water a few times to find your ideal comfortable temperature and make a note of it on your hot tub’s controller. The water shouldn’t stray over 40 degrees in temperature — otherwise, it’ll be too hot.

    Wash before and after bathing

    In order to maintain the cleanliness of the water in your hot tub, be sure to make bathers shower before and after using it. This will limit the amount of oils in the water, prolonging the life of your hot tub.

    Keep your hot tub clean

    Cleaning your hot tub is simple — simply drain the water, remove any debris, and wipe down the walls of the tub, before refilling it and adding a new dose of chlorine.

    Find out more with our hot tub blogs

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