The exterior is made from a specially coated fabric that is suited to withstand the outdoor elements. It is the classic Coleman-brand green. (This is usually their hallmark color for many of their products.) It also comes with a green fabric cover that is lined with aluminum material. The aluminum coating serves to keep the water warm while you’re waiting to jump in.
Maybe the best benefit of a saltwater hot tub is that you no longer need to store bromine or chlorine tablets. You should still shock the spa, so keep a granular oxidizer on hand, but you can use chlorine-free MPS if you prefer. Spa salt systems make their own chlorine, so it’s still a chlorinated spa. However, the chlorine is created naturally, without binders or additives. It’s pure chlorine.
Stress accumulates fast these days, all of us being affected by it. Instead of letting yourself get overwhelmed by the stress of your private life and work-related issues, relieve it in a fun and soothing way by soaking in it. The reason why it has impressive stress-relieving capabilities is that it helps stimulate the release of endorphins that give an overall sense of happiness and well-being, lifting your spirit and making all the worries go away.
The spa features automatic start and stop timers that save you money and time while reducing energy consumption, and the spa is reinforced by the same durable TriTech material that makes all SaluSpa products so durable and resilient. The spa is outfitted with two filter cartridges that are easy to replace, keeping your water clean, pure and refreshing. In addition, 120 massaging jets make this the perfect romantic getaway you don’t have to leave town for.
You’ll find a lot of inflatable tubs online and they all have a similar appearance. There’s the feel of a blow-up mattress or an inner tube which make them easy to sit in with their cushiony sides and bottom. They’re lighter weight to move for initial installation, or when it comes time to bring the tub inside, or when you relocate. Just deflate and pack away.
Conventional tubs are extremely expensive, meaning that they are an impossible investment for most people. On the other hand, inflating models come at considerably lower prices, some even costing one-tenth of the price of a traditional tub. This is an advantage worth taking into consideration because you will not only save a huge amount of money, but you will do this without sacrificing quality at all. Also, the lack of hassle when assembling and installing them is worth taking into account. In addition, the easy installation means that you will save money because you won’t need to hire a plumber or an electrician for this task.
Location. In a combination pool and spa, the placement of the spa is inflexible, as it must be located in the immediate vicinity of the swimming pool. That’s not always going to be the best spot for it. In fact, to encourage ease of use, spa owners often prefer to place their hot tubs very close to the back door. This way, even on cold winter days, their warm hot tub is just steps away.
You’ll notice right away that saltwater feels softer, almost like a mineral bath. The salt used is sodium chloride, which is essentially regular table salt. It’s also the same salt that is in the ocean, but only about a tenth of the amount. Get a 40 lb. bag of pool salt, add 2 lbs. per 100 gallons of spa water, and you’re ready to go! The salt is very cheap, about $7 per bag. The slightly salty spa water leaves your skin feeling refreshed, not irritated, like bathing in mineral spring water.
This portable hot tub comes with a cushioned air mat and a quick drain system among a variety of other interesting features. One such feature is the Lay-Z massage feature designed to soothe your skin through bubble jets, a type of massage you only get normally with high-end professional hot tubs. Furthermore, the tub comes with LED lights that shine in different cycles in seven different colors to make the whole experience more aesthetically pleasing.
The pump and the hot tub are easy to connect together but you need it to be simple to use while you are in the tub. All the controls are press button, and they are set in a circular style display with a led display in the centre. From the top left there is an auto-lock button which activates in 5 minutes, to release press for 3 seconds. Next is the timer button so you can decide when you want the heater to come on and you can also set the temperature. You have a filter button to turn the filter on and off, a light shows when it is on, you have the option to display the heat in Celsius or Fahrenheit and then there is a heater button to start the heating function, the temperature can be adjusted with the arrow buttons but most people heat it to the maximum 104F. Finally you have the bubble massage button which when pressed automatically turns off the heater. All of these buttons can be accessed from when you are seated in the tub.
A big thing to think about when shopping for a new hot tub is the costs of installation, primarily the electrical hook up. A 220v 50amp service that is required on some bigger hot tubs can range from $500-$2,000 depending on different variables. This is especially true in a lot of older homes that do not have a 200amp service and need to run an entirely new electrical service to make room for the hot tub. We see this every year with some of the older Massachusetts and New Hampshire homes.
The two most common customer complaints seem to be that the water takes a long time to heat and that the temperature drops quickly when the bubbles are turned on. Not wanting to be too negative, the number of these complaints is relatively small and many more customers seemed overjoyed with their purchase. Just be aware that the spa may take longer to heat up initially, once heated, maintaining the right temperature is achievable by using the thermostat.
Blow-up hot tubs do not usually come with built- in seating. So, when you say portable hot tubs, it does not automatically scream comfortability. Bucket seats aren’t always available, unlike a regular one. Sometimes, the closest you’ll get is a cushioned seat at the bottom of the tub. That's why you might want to check out our guide on blow up hot tubs that have seats.
All inflatable spas include a locking top cover for safety reasons. Some, however, also use the cover to insulate the tub and speed up the heating process. Some models include inflatable covers that fit into the top of the tub like a stopper in a bottle, while others use insulating materials like foam or foil lining to keep the heat inside. Regardless of insulation style, you’ll want a cover that’s more than a fitted piece of fabric.
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The Coleman SaluSpa Inflatable 4-Person Hot Tub is an easy-to-use unit that allows up to four people to enjoy a soothing warm water and 60 air jets. Its inflatable 2-handle design allows it to be taken just about anywhere quickly and efficiently. It’s digitally controlled push-button heating unit heats the water up to a warm 104-degrees and can conveniently control the air jets. And although it’s inflatable, it has a sturdy 3-ply PVC design and I-beam construction that ensures that it maintains its integrity. It’s a hot tub that’s perfect for soaking in or enjoying with friends and family.
Hot tub spas are very popular, and becoming more so by the day. This is because they have an awful lot of benefits in a stressful world. They have been used for centuries in many civilisations, from Ancient Rome to Arctic Scandinavia. They relieve stress, bring people together, ease tension renew energy. All of these positive advantages are being highlighted by scientists as free and easy ways of making life longer and better.
However, not everybody has the space, time or budget to have a permanent hot tub installed. This is where an inflatable portable hot tub comes in. We reviewed over 50 top products and our spa tub research showed one thing for certain. Whatever your circumstances, there should be a hot tub out there for you. Whether you're having a kids' birthday, you have a fitness regime to follow, or you just want to chill, an inflatable hot tub spa is the answer to your prayers. And then, after it's all over, you can take it down and put it away!
What ever you call them, when you place enough of them together you do get some power and you will experience a pleasant light massaging effect. Most inflatable spas have somewhere between 100 and 120 bubble jets. That much air does produce some energy. The water fills with air and seems to increase in volume as the bubbles charge towards the surface.
The downfall we found would be the setup. It’s not like the inflatable spas that you can have set up within 15-20 minutes. While the manufacturer states this spa can be set up within 30 minutes or less, there are some reviewers that state otherwise. In fact, some people say it can take up to two hours because there is a lot to set-up – there’s a lot of pieces that you have to put together carefully. Personally, we feel this is understandable because it’s not an inflatable hot tub and once it’s put together, you can leave it up.