Professionals that want the best for you


Alicia Mawdesley


About Alicia

For Alicia, starting right at the bottom; gardening, making tea and working in customer services, seems like a distant memory and was the best start she could have wished for at Aegean in London. Working her way up to management level until 2014 when she created her own business, Saturn Spas. Establishing solid relationships with suppliers and customers alike is what motivates her to be the very best at what she does.

Dave Appleby

General Manager

About Dave

By the age of 21, Dave had ambitiously worked his way up to a management role in a leading retail establishment. This developed within Dave a strong customer service focus which he has brought to SaturnSpas. Having managed a big team before, he was experienced in recruitment which helped us to establish a strong support network around us and a solid in-house team. As the oldest member of the team, he keeps everyone focused and on point whilst setting an excellent work ethic.

Jason Clarke

Finance Manager

About Jason

Jason is the newest member of our team. A student in Finance at Birmingham City University when we first met him, we could see his potential and asked him to join us firstly as a Sales Representative. Now, he’s jumped straight into his new role with a lot of drive and enthusiasm. He’s full of intuitive ideas and is always trying to do what he can to push the business and make it more and more successful.

Our Vision

Our UK based team specialise in understanding your personal hot tub and spa needs and matching those needs to the best hot tub and spa. We take pride in keeping every customer happy for the long term, so we prefer to explore your needs in advance to make sure you get exactly what you need both for now and the future.


We offer a warranty with every product we supply, so that you can be rest assured your secured against any damage that may occur to your tub. We really are the experts when it comes to hot tubs and spas, why not get in touch and see what we can do for you.

Do you have any questions?


FAQs about Hot Tubs

How much will it cost me to run a Hot Tub?

It has been calculated that when a hot tub is used for thirty minute sessions, six days a week, and with a water temperature maintained at 39 degrees, the costs only rack up to a low £3.65 a week, which roughly translates to £200 a year.

Realistically, the electrical running costs will vary, but are likely to be between £5 – £7 a week depending on the model of hot tub chosen.

Considering everything, it’s a relatively small price to pay for having access to a leisure facility from the comfort of your own home.

Can my Hot Tub be indoors?

Yes, however, it is important to remember that Hot tubs require a well-ventilated area.

There is no access to my garden, how will I get the Hot Tub in?

We will attend site to see what access you have and offer alternative arrangements, for example, using a crane to hoist the Hot Tub into your garden.

Do you offer finance?

Please speak to a member of our sales team who will happily discuss the various finance options that we have.

How long will it take for delivery?

This depends on the season that you purchase your Hot Tub.

This can be between 3-6 weeks.

Are there any Health Benefits

Medical Benefits – The Science behind it all.

Acupressure having been part of the east for centuries now comes to the west in a relaxing and beneficial medium.

Strenuous exercise can produce a build-up of lactic acid in muscles causing prolonged stiffness and muscle aches. Hot water hydro massage therapy increases blood circulation to sore muscles and joints allowing the body to metabolise the lactic acid and relieving soreness.

Bathing in deep hot water along with massage action causes blood vessels to dilate. This improves circulation, cardiac output and the release of toxins in the body.

Warm soothing water supports body weight allowing for gentle exercise and movement of limbs within the water, thus increasing mobility and is known to help with joint pain associated with rheumatism and arthritis.

Numerous North American medical studies have revealed a wide variety of additional health benefits including reduced blood sugar levels in diabetes.



Engulfed within the deep seat jets apply direct muscle massage, targeting known pressure points along either side of the spine.
Specialised neck jets can also be added to concentrate on problem areas.


Helps to alleviate chronic lower back pain. The oversized jets powerful rotating action relaxes tense muscles helping massage away fatigue and improving body movement.


Strategically positioned jets featured in this seat trigger reflexology points on the soles of the feet and your lower calf area.


The pulsating jets send streams of warm water to aching muscles, treating them to a sensation of finger-like massage known as petrissage. This will increase blood to the area, release toxins and sooth. Gentle, yet effective.


Do you have any questions? Lets talk!

0330 3210395