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    I'm thinking of buying an inflatable hot tub, for the errr, cough, holiday villa. Obviously my main residence MF Towers has a full gym, sauna, swimming pool etc.

    Has anyone bought one, any recommendations for a good one?
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    Nothing screams common more than an inflatable hot tub....
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    Sounds like a paddling pool with a camping gas stove under it....
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    Quote Originally Posted by eek View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarillionFan View Post
    I'm thinking of buying an inflatable hot tub, for the errr, cough, holiday villa. Obviously my main residence MF Towers has a full gym, sauna, swimming pool etc.
    We always knew that your wife ran a Massage parlour at home

    I'd personally never go for inflatable hot tubs as you are limited to around 40 degrees Celsius. We, here at CUK, would personally like to see you in a tub that can reach between 90 - 100 degrees Celsius.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FatLazyContractor View Post
    We always knew that your wife ran a Massage parlour at home

    I'd personally never go for inflatable hot tubs as you are limited to around 40 degrees Celsius. We, here at CUK, would personally like to see you in a tub that can reach between 90 - 100 degrees Celsius.
    Just been to Costco. Spent 15 minutes urmming and ahhhing before deciding.
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