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I am the MD here at WhatSpa Magazine and spend most of my time either working on the Magazine and website or travelling throughout the UK and abroad working with hot tub manufacturers, importers and showroom based retailers. I try to get onto the blog as often as possible so feel free to drop me a question or suggestion and I'll answer it as quickly as possible. Cheers Nick
2008 is here at long last and the hot tub sale season has begun in earnest.Â We have spoken to a wide range of hot tub suppliers who are running sales throughout January to clear 2007 hot tub models and display hot tubs.Â If you are going to be in the market to buy a hot tub in the Spring start shopping around now to see what deals are on offer.Â Most hot tub companies will allow you to take advantage of January offers and take delivery in the Spring if you have some preparation to do in the garden.
Don’t forget to wet test and good luck with your hot tub bargain hunting.
Hot Tub Sale
Santa’sÂ sleighbells are ringing and the Christmas and New Year festivitiesÂ are fast approaching.Â For the uninitiated, sitting in the warm swirling water of a hot tub may seem strange, but on the contrary, hot tubbers around the UK are gleefully welcoming the colder weather and cranking up the temperature of their bubbling hot tubs in readiness for the Christmas holidays.
Â Hot tubs are much more enjoyable in winter and although we get fairly mild winters, there is only one thing onÂ our reader’sÂ minds when the snow starts falling and that is to lift back the steaming cover on their hot tubs and sink into the soothing warmÂ water.Â Anyone who has been in a warm outdoor pool at a spa hotel or centerparcs in the depths of winter will get the idea.Â The feeling is second to none!
The great news is that we are only 14 days from Xmas and more importantly only 20 days away from New Years Eve.Â I’ll let you into a secret…behind the humdrum facias of UK homes, there will be around 200,000 familes celebrating the New Year at midnight in the luxury of their very own hot tubs, watching other peoples fireworks from the comfort of their favourite hot tubÂ seat.Â So if you know anyone who has a hot tub, make sure that you start buttering them up now to try to get an invite for the champagne New Years Eve hot tub fun…it really is the only way to bring in the New Year.
By the way, it’s not too late of you want to celebrate New Years Eve in your own hot tub, there are some cracking deals to be had at this time of year as December is traditionally the slowest month for hot tub retailers and a time when you can get your negotiating skills polished up and secure a fantastic hot tub deal.Â Happy hot tubbing!
Hot Tubs Cheshire – New Hot Tubs Showroom opens in Knutsford, Cheshire
Shopping for hot tubs in Cheshire will never be the same again following the launch of a brand new hot tubs outlet in Knutsford this week.Â Outdoor Heaven is a hot tubs showroom with a difference…Director Adrian Lee tells us why. “We’ve put a massive investment into creating not just a one-stop shopping experience for hot tub and swimming pools clients across Cheshire and the North West, but also in building a showroom that offers only the very best products available in the region” says Adrian.
Partnering with Dimension One hot tubs and Softub has been an obvious choice for Adrian and his team who wanted to offer the very best hot tubs that the market has to offer. “D1 have been just fabulous and we are proud to be part of such a dominant global brand network” says Adrian.Â “Our challange now is to make sure that our clients get the kind of service and knowhow that they deserve in line with our premium product offering” Adrian goes on.Â
After our discussions it is clear that Outdoor Heaven Knutsford have all of the building blocks in place to achieve this aim and we congratulate them on building such a beautiful showroom and retail experience.Â For more details see the Outdoor Heaven website at www.outdoorheaven.co.uk
Hot TubsÂ North WestÂ – Crossleys launch new TV Hot Tub range in Lancashire…
Crossleys Outdoor Spa Centre in Poulton-Le-Fylde, Lancashire, North West UK have proudly launched their new range of TV Hot Tubs andÂ have made a real splash throughout the UK Hot Tubs industry with the new range ofÂ garden spasÂ that all come equipped with LCD TV’s at prices ranging from just Â£3,695.
There are 5 TV hot tubs in the range including the new TV720Â which is due for launch in December 07 in readiness for the 2008 hottub spring season.Â We talked to Richard Everingham, Crossley’s Sales Manager who explained “having been in hot tub retail now for so long, we know exactly what our discerning clients want and we have been amazed at the positive feedback from everyone who has taken the time to visit us and see the quality and amazing value-for-money that this new range of hot tubs has to offer…the beautifully varnished teak cabinets combined with the state-of-the-art waterproof TV and stereo system really hits the mark with our clients who want as many features as possible for their budgets”.
Crossley’s are now developing a hot tub dealer network across the UK and Ireland to grow the brand and are very picky about the hot tub companies that they partner with to ensure that the range is only available from hot tub dealers who offer the same high level of customer service that Crossley’s hot tub clients have become accustomed to.
For more details or information about your nearest stockist call Richard on 01253 883363 or visit their website at www.hottubssuperstore.co.uk
For readers looking for some hot tub ideas regarding the installation of their new hot tubs, our Garden Ideas page will be relaunched in the next few months to include some of the fabulous photos that What Spa readers have sent in to us.Â In the meantime we will be posting some of them up to our hot tub blog for your perusal.Â Here is one that we received today which gives an idea how a simple hot tub gazebo can really enhance the hot tub environment and make for an all-year-round haven for hot tubbing in all weathers.
Thank you to Mrs A Irwin for sending her photo to us.