This is the best $360 we've ever spent. We use it once or twice a day since we got it 2 months ago. So... it took about 15 hours to heat up to 104 degrees to start things off. To save money on electricity we turn it off after our last use for the day,,, around 5pm,, leaving only the water circulating on. Then when we get up 5/6am we turn the heater back on and it's ready to go at 104 degrees around 3pm that afternoon. Since I've never had a spa or pool before that I had to maintain chemical balances, that was a little confusing until we educated ourselves. There is an automatic run time clock on the unit but I've never taken the time to learn how to use it. Assembly,,, was easy but I wish I had a video to watch (I learned a lot ... full review
When you buy an inflatable hot tub the usual option is for bubble jet massage only. This SaluSpa Hawaii HydroJet offers that too and it also offers 8 adjustable water jets so that you can have the water jet directed at a certain part of your body for a more direct water massage. If you work in a physical job or spend the day bent over a computer and you come home needing help to get the knots out of your muscles, relaxing in the Hawaii can ease your muscle aches and the jets can get to specific places.The water jets are easily selected from the control panel while you are in the tub. The water jets aren’t as noisy as the bubble jets and they don’t cause as much heat loss from the water as you get from using the bubbles.
EDITOR’S CHOICE: For sheer luxury and class, the Lay-Z-Spa Monaco is the Rolls Royce of blow up Jacuzzi hot tubs. It has the benefits of a fixed hot tub, and you can move it to where you want in your garden. Made for entertaining, this best value inflatable hot tub holds six adults, and will manage eight if everyone likes getting cosy. It looks great, feels roomy and comes with loads of great hot tub accessories. Being very affordable, this is a premium hot tub.
Keeping your inflatable hot tub at 102°, if your weather is 65° should only use about 4 kWh per day if it is used every day. So a scenario of $0.08 per kWh for 4 hours a day should be under $10 a month. A stationary hard hot tub costs much more to run and maintain which can cost anywhere between $38 to $80 per month depending on use, weather and insulation.
EDITOR’S CHOICE: For sheer luxury and class, the Lay-Z-Spa Monaco is the Rolls Royce of blow up Jacuzzi hot tubs. It has the benefits of a fixed hot tub, and you can move it to where you want in your garden. Made for entertaining, this best value inflatable hot tub holds six adults, and will manage eight if everyone likes getting cosy. It looks great, feels roomy and comes with loads of great hot tub accessories. Being very affordable, this is a premium hot tub.
Materials: While most models make use of the same kind of fabric formula, you must check carefully how the fabric works for the set. How many layers? Does it work with a chamber system? It is water proof? Easy to clean? The outer fabric is soft or rigid? The materials used for the inner part and the outer part are often quite different and you have to be likewise careful to do not pick models that have a way too soft plastic for the pool/inner part.
Aside from the standard water filtration, Hawaii Hydrojet comes with 2 water treatment system: Hard water and Saltwater. The built-in hard water treatment system helps keep the water from drying up your skin for soaking for some time. The saltwater treatment system, on the other hand, breaks down salt and turns it into natural and safe chemicals that help keep the water clean.
Intex doesn’t really offer the massage jet and the saltwater system for this model. This one’s main selling point is its size, as supposedly it can fit 6 people. As noted in several Intex inflatable hot tub reviews, that means it can fit 4 adults comfortably. However, you may want to back up the heater with a tankless water heater especially when you use it outdoors.
This is a big hot tub that measures 6 feet 4 inches across and 28 inches deep. It holds up to 265 gallons of water and is big enough to hold four to six adults at a time. The exterior is made of a bright green synthetic leather. It comes with a fitted top cover made of the same durable material and a foil lining that helps retain heat. Its vertical beam construction and vertical vinyl panels inside the tub offer plenty of support, so the tub shouldn’t lose its shape over time. A cushioned ground cover adds to the comfort of what is already a very relaxing tub. The ground cloth, of course, also protects the tub from debris on the ground underneath. The combination pump and heater come with digital controls and heat the tub up to 104 degrees Fahrenheit. With a heating rate of 2 degrees per hour, the water will need to heat overnight to reach its maximum temperature. You’ll have to think ahead to start heating the water a day before you want to use it. The pump’s air blower performs two functions: providing air to the tub’s 120 bubble jets and inflating the tub during setup. An included pressure gauge helps you avoid overinflating, and an included tightening wrench is specially designed to tighten the valve setting to prevent leaking over time.
. Although it's a company that has been around since the 1950s, when it started making pumps that could be submerged in bathtubs, people often use the word to describe a spa or hot tub, even if it's another brand. All describe a large tub that is used for relaxation, hydrotherapy, warmth, and entertaining. All are equipped with built-in jets for targeting bathers' sore muscles. 
Many people enjoy the relaxation and luxury provided by a Jacuzzi spa, but can’t afford to purchase one of their own. Traditional hot tubs can cost upwards of€1000 as a base price. Pair this with the fact that they often require a team of professionals to install and setup and the cost becomes prohibitive for many households. In response to this issue, some companies have created products to try and introduce a hot tub into the lower price ranges. Businesses such as Lay-Z-Spa, Intex, and M-Spa now offer more compact, inflatable spas that can work perfectly in the garden. Offering numerous benefits that traditional hot tubs lack, inflatable options are growing in popularity and desirability
One of the problems of this bath tub is the material that is used to manufacture it. As mentioned above, inflatable hot tubs are flexible and easy to carry but it is these same properties that make it vulnerable to various elements. Sharp edged objects lying around the house as well as elements in nature such as thorns and stones pose the risk of damaging the hot tub. Once the hot tub is perforated, there is almost no way of restoring it to its previous glory. Additionally, these bath tubs can only be utilized to a certain extent after which the wear and tear makes it necessary to look for a replacement. The disadvantage of owing an inflatable bath tub is that you have to take utmost care in protecting it from natural elements and climatic factors that might damage it.
As expected, they come with a wide variety of health benefits as well. The most important health benefit of all is definitely the fact that using this type of tub helps improve blood circulation. The hydro massage that it offers and the hot water in which you will soak is going to cause the body temperature to rise. In return, your blood vessels will dilate and blood circulation will go a lot smoother. The people who benefit the most from this advantage are those who suffer from arthritis, providing them with better movement and less pain in the joints.
A Hollywood lifestyle of being able to go out and relax in a spa or a hot tub sounds really nice …that really is a millionaire’s dream. In movies, we watch millionaires soaking in their hot tub as they sip an expensive bottle of wine and listen to upbeat music – many of us want to do that, but don’t have thousands of dollars to make those Hollywood dreams come true.
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