Wood Fired Hot Tubs

Discussion in 'General For Sale' started by Guy, Feb 11, 2019.

  1. Guy

    Guy Member

    Location:
    Chipping Norton
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    New Wood Fired Hot Tubs - £2850 inc VAT and Delivery!
    Fibreglass and insulated
    Integrated heater (top spec)
    Air Bubble System
    LED Lights
    Steps
    Drinks holders
    Free Cover !
    Chlorine Float and tablets with test strips
    RRP £4000
    Price includes VAT and delivery
    Colours options - COTSWOLD cream outside with grey tub, GLYME dark Grey outside with cream tub .
    Limited Stocks!
    Double bookings for Holiday Lets and Glamping Sites!
    Don’t be tempted by cheaper exterior boilers!
    Pm or call 01608 645 637
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  2. Jobjobbed

    Jobjobbed New Member

    Can you write insulated cattle drinker on the invoice so I can put it against tax and claim the vat?!!!
     
  3. Guy

    Guy Member

    Location:
    Chipping Norton
    If you use it to give cattle water .. absolutely
     
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  4. Frodo2

    Frodo2 Member

    Out of curiosity how do you stop it from overheating?
     
  5. Guy

    Guy Member

    Location:
    Chipping Norton
    The fire needs to just smoulder to maintain temperature, it’s actually really easy to control
     
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  6. Headless chicken

    Location:
    West Wales
    Vegans seem to think cows are equals so I’d argue with the tax man that your cows need a hot tub
     
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  7. Chae1

    Chae1 Member

    Location:
    Aberdeenshire
    Does it have a stainless steel heat shield?
     
  8. Guy

    Guy Member

    Location:
    Chipping Norton
    Yes ! Chorine resistant
     
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  9. davidroberts30

    Location:
    pembrokeshire
    I had visions of........ redneck-hottub.jpg
     
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  10. How many do they fit? Looks like 4? Quite interested but need bigger
     
  11. Guy

    Guy Member

    Location:
    Chipping Norton
    Iv had 5 comfortably in mine

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  12. Farmer Bill

    Farmer Bill Member

    Location:
    Dorset
    What sort of time do they take to get up to temperature? Assumed using dry hardwood logs?
     

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