This product fit's the Coleman Lazy Spa very well. The cover does not fit over it very well so I suggest removing it before attaching the cover, otherwise it will just get knocked loose when you remove the cover, and you will have to put it back on. We set a small light on it and two 12oz adult beverages, and had no problems with it being unstable. I will probably purchase one more.
Once you have the water in you’re ready to heat it up. The digital control panel included with the Coleman Saluspa is easy to use with an automatic start/stop timer-controlled heating system. With a single press of the button to unlock the controls press the heat button to start the heating process press the arrow button to set the temperature required. Place the cover over the tub as that will keep the heat in.
Let’s say you order one right now. You wait a few days, and the portable hot tub is delivered to your doorstep. You won’t have to wait all that long to enjoy it—you can get it up and running in just a short while. It really is that easy to set up. That’s not exactly what happens when you put in an in-ground spa. You’re going to have to get it professionally installed, and then you will have to wait a few days to install a hot tub in-ground.

You see, the construction on these tubs is amazing. You can actually sit on the side, actually several adults can sit on the side, and it holds up just fine. They are made of a reinforced material, it is not your typical blow-up pool material, these tubs can do it all now. They even come with an inflatable locking cover that not only keeps the heat in and the dirt out but adds a terrific safety feature. So let’s list the pros for you that we have enjoyed.


Usually costing around $4,000 to $9,000 depending on type and size and location to be installed. But going the inflatable spa way will run you around $500, with no setup costs. And if you will only be using it part of the year, you simply deflate it and store it away. There are no costs of maintaining it to keep it from looking like something that the creature from the black lagoon would like to hide out in. Oh, and did we mention, to heat it up and keep it heated will run around $8-$12 a month depending on your electricity prices per kWh.
With its digital control panel is located within your reach, you can easily regulate the temperature without having to get out of the hot tub.  It can automatically be started and timed to a certain duration for it to automatically stop. It’s a pretty convenient feature so your sore muscles will be pampered without interference. Plus, supplies include a filtration system and chemical floater that will guarantee you a safe and clean spa experience. Correct usage of these inclusions can be found in the instructional DVD. Everything you need to set up this inflatable hot tub is found in its package.

Since it makes use outside air, the temperature may affect that of the water. The colder it is outside, the more noticeable the decrease in the water’s temperature. In worse cases, it is not a sudden drop but more of a gradual process as the bubble jets continue to run. We have yet to see an inflatable spa with heated bubble jets. Once that becomes available, you’ll definitely find it here first.
If you do like to move it around regularly, which is the strongest advantage for inflatable hot tubs, you have to deal with draining, deflating, moving, inflating, and refilling your tub every time you want to move it. The deflating and inflating isn’t as big of a deal if you have an air compressor to hook up to it, or if your hot tub came with its own, but it still takes a while (and a good deal of water) to refill that hot tub every time, and longer yet to get the water hot.
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