Posted by Sponsored Post Posted on 8 January 2021

The Impact of ‘COVID-19’ on Hot Tub Sales in the UK

The ‘coronavirus’ was first detected in Wuhan, China in December 2019. By March 2020, it had wreaked havoc in almost every country in the world. This deadly virus not only caused millions of people to lose their jobs, but it also caused many of them to lose their lives. 

In March 2020, the first lockdown was imposed on UK residents. With millions of Britain’s stuck in their homes for weeks or months on end, it appears many of them turned to purchasing some high-end products in order to pass the time. 

One of the products that has seen a huge increase in sales is hot tubs, with sales increasing a staggering 1080% on the previous year. 

Although hot tubs aren’t cheap, many people are choosing to spend the money they would have originally spent on lavish holidays abroad or meals out to treat themselves. Here are some of the other reasons why people chose to buy a hot tub during the first UK lockdown:

  1. They Can Be Used All Year Round

Unlike many other luxury items, hot tubs can be enjoyed in any weather. In fact, there’s nothing better than being surrounded by warm water and feeling the cool air on your face. If you like the idea of owning a hot tub, then visit They have some brilliant options for you to choose from, including energy-efficient and self-cleaning models. 

  1. They’re a Place to Relax

Lots of us struggled with stress during lockdown. Although hot tubs were once dismissed as an extravagant purchase, many people now believe that purchasing a hot tub is not only representative of home improvement, but also self-improvement too. In fact, research has shown that hot tubs can help people to sleep better, give them more energy, and help them to relax. A hot tub is a relaxing haven in which you can truly unwind from the stresses of everyday life. 

  1. People Had More Time

Lockdown in the UK meant that millions of people were unable to go to work or go out and see their friends. This meant that they had a lot more time on their hands than they usually would. In order to fill this spare time, residents of the UK looked for things to do. Research has shown that relaxing in a hot tub was one of the most popular ways people filled their free time. Not only that, but hot tub selfies were plastered all over social media sites, which in turn led to an increase in sales. 

Sales of hot tubs began to rise in March 2020 during the first UK lockdown. The biggest increase in sales was during the third week of lockdown when sales were a huge 1080% higher than the previous year. And we can see why they’ve been such a popular product. Hot tubs are great, not only are they a place to relax and unwind, which we all need right now, but they also last for years and can be used in almost any weather, meaning we will be able to continue enjoying them in the future. 

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