Set up your inflatable hot tub in a flat, even surface so that it could uniformly hold the weight of the tub and the people inside it. Most hot tubs will come with an insulation liner that you can place underneath the hot tub before inflating it. You can read inflatable hot tub reviews to see whether a hot tub brand includes a free insulation liner or not.
Convenience. Combination hot tubs must be heated up prior to each use. This requires more energy than portable spas, which maintain a constant ready temperature. In addition, heating up water causes a significant delay before the owner can use it. This delay can discourage regular usage, as it makes fitting a daily soak into your routine more difficult.
This kind of filtering is not very common as it is expensive but works really fine for beach scenarios where the salinity of the water can go beyond the normal. You don’t have to worry either about leaving the sea and getting into the tub right after. The tub filtering will cope with it just fine, while regular machines wouldn’t.Hawaii is not the largest of the tubs in the Lay-Z-Spa series, but it is wide enough to make a spacious hot inflatable tub: a 71-inch diameter and 28-inch tall. The tub is enough to fill 210 gallons of water (795 L), which are heated up to 104ºF (40ºC) within 30 to 45 minutes. You can also set the temperature and the functioning time of the tub through the digital control panel that is implemented over the heating and filtering tank.To set Hawaii things also go smoothly: it will be fully inflated in less than 5 minutes, though you have to follow the instructions accurately to connect the pump and all other hoses appropriately.
Easy to install, but a few quirks. An inflatable hot tub is the easiest kind to set up and install. When deflated, you can carry it anywhere, then simply inflate it, fill it up and plug it in. However, the water may take a while to come up to temperature (days, in fact, some reviewers say) and may lose heat rapidly during use. That's because inflatable tubs generally use air jets in place of hot-water jets, and the airflow cools the water. Some users also complain that the air blowers are noisy. Unlike other hot tubs, however, this type is truly portable. You can even take it with you on vacation, but the hassle of emptying and refilling the spa may be a consideration.
This Coleman hot tub has a bright green outer layer with a white inner lining. It’s 77 inches in diameter and can seat 4-6 people although it is probably more comfortable with only 4. It can be set up in the garden or in the garage or basement wherever you want to place it as long as it’s a flat surface. All you need is the ability to plug it into an electrical outlet and be able to fill it with water and have a drain within reach when you have to empty it.
The Intex 85in PureSpa Tub delivers everything normal hot tubs provide in a more convenient, space-saving package. Large enough to hold six people comfortably, the tub is the perfect option when you want a fun place for guests and family members to socialize. The tub comes with individual massage jets and a hard-water softening system to keep the water clean and comfortable while in use.
Although this tub fits the same capacity (4-6 Person) as the other 4 tubs on our list, the Palm Springs has a larger water capacity. This means that you, your friends, your neighbor, or whoever you invite, will be able sink in luxuriously into this tub. This tub also has other great features. It comes with an easy to operate digital control panel, spa pump, and Bestway’s patented ultra-durable material. This tub can be used indoors, or outdoors, depending on your set up.
Considering all the hard work that goes into putting up a regular hot tub, an inflatable one is easy to own and maintain. You inflate it and add water, and you have a great soak spot. You don’t even need more than one person for the job; you can set up your hot tub on your own in the comfort of your home without a struggle. On the other hand, there is no avoiding the use of hot tub experts when you want to install a regular hot tub unless you are an expert yourself.
Although you will have a water maintenance program going on you will still need to change your water on a regular basis and to do this you need to be able to empty the hot tub easily. When this hot tub is filled to the line with water it holds 177 gallons, so you won’t be able to move it when it’s full. You need to make sure your hose can reach a drain from where you are placing your hot tub.
To finish our guide on inflatable hot tubs, is important to note that all manufacturers do not sell their hot tubs with sitting sets, not to mention the models that do not include covers. Let take a look on some models of extra accessories that can make your experience even more complete inside the hot tub as well as tips to whether you should purchase them or not.
It can accommodate a maximum of 4 people at once. It has a water capacity of 217 gallons, and the rapid heating system is able to raise the temperature of the water by 2-3°F per hour. The maximum heat capability that it features is of 103°F. It comes with 88 air jets that deliver a soothing massage. To ensure that the water in it will be of a great quality and safe to sit in, it features a useful water filtration system.
These Lay-Z-Spas are great for your health and relaxation. Relaxing in one of the hot tubs can help you melt the stress away from a hard days work. Or after you workout at the gym. They help in the recovery of muscle strain while lifting weights. You will recover from lactic acid build-up, this is when your muscles ache the next day or even a few hour after training. Jump into your Lay-Z-Spa as soon as you can will help reduce the lactic acid build-up and you will feel great as well.