So the benefit of this tub is it is portable - you can put it anywhere you have some water and a flat space - I have the perfect spot under my cherry ...
Here in the UK it's been a great summer and I thought it would be good to relax at the end of the day in a nice hot tub. Trouble is they are quite expensive to buy and run and you need power and chemicals and really how many times would you use one. So I decided to build a low cost hot tub which can be run off grid and can be used quick and cheaply to have some fun.
Step 1: Materials
Knodd 40L bin with lid from your favourite Swedish bin emporium. £15 25 m 10mm micro bore central heating pipe from any plumbers merchants. £ 40 Kids paddling pool - I got a 1.9 m pool from Argos at the end of the season for £30 Aquarium 8mm tubing for pumping the water round your coil. 12v pond or bilge pump to circulate water. 12v power source - a car battery is ideal .