Now let me tell you about the Construction of the Tub. The Technology used to build the tub is TriTech technology. The Miami AirJet is made up of 3 ply mesh core with reinforced polyester. So the Tub is taken care to survive in harsh conditions without getting Punctured. And you also get I Beam Construction. The Spa is made so tough that you can even sit on the walls of the tub without it getting bent.
This is best for the people who aren’t really all that impressed with the massage jets. That’s not all that strange because many Intex portable spa reviews consider the hot water in itself as the main therapeutic and relaxing feature of the tub. If you don’t care about the massage features, then that’s fine. After all, you can always think of that feature as another thing that can go wrong in the Intex inflatable hot tub.
Apart from relaxation purposes, a hot tub can help you to deal with health problems such as arthritis and even depression. Regularly spending time in a hot tub especially in the cold season can help people living with arthritis deal with joint pain. In the case of depression, lying in a hot tub with the water gently massaging away aches and pains can soothe the mind and help deal with stress. So its no doubt that a hot tub can be an asset in any home.
This plug and play inflatable spa has one of the easiest setups possible, demanding that you spend just a few minutes during the process. At the same time, it requires no plumbing whatsoever, mostly due to its ingenious thermal systems. Speaking of which, the tub has solid-state thermic controls which enable you to control the temperature of the water in great detail along with the tub’s many other features.
There is a safety function built in to this pump system which automatically goes into hibernation if no button is pressed in 72 hours. If you have the heater system setup on timer and you don’t actually use the hot tub and press a button for 3 days it will turn off meaning a long re-heat if you don’t notice. This is less of a problem if you use your hot tub daily, but if you are a weekend user this can be a pain if you forget to go out and press a button to let it know you’re still there.
Least expensive type. Inflatable hot tubs are less costly than other types. Some go for as little as $350, though the largest and most elaborate versions can cost nearly as much as some budget above-ground models, such as the Lifesmart Bermuda. Installation is also not much of a consideration, since an inflatable spa can be set up on almost any level surface. User reviews indicate that inflatable models tend to lose heat during use, which can limit their energy efficiency.
An inflatable hot tub, to state the obvious, is filled with air and air is actually a very very good insulator. Think about double glazed windows. What makes them effective is a layer of air. We have already noted earlier that inflatable hot tubs have thick sidewalls, up to 10 inches thick. This actually provides great thermal protection from heat loss on the sides. Couple this fact with some insulation underneath the hot tub and a decent cover and you have a hot tub that is reasonably well protected from heat loss. Not as good as more expensive models but not to shabby either and one that can certainly be managed.
You get a ground mat in the pack so that you have some insulation between the tub and the ground and it is also a bubble mat so you get a little extra padding when you’re sitting on the bottom of the tub. The hot tub has bubble jets around the base which gives you a soothing massage in water that you can heat up to 104F to give you an all round relaxing experience. Check out the pros and cons below.
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An inflatable hot tub is definitely at the smaller end of the “size” spectrum. When the specifications declare it's a 4-person hot tub, what that really means is 2 children and 2 adults all sitting close together, or 4 adults all sitting very close together. The average 4-person blow up hot tub that holds around 200-250 gallons is best thought of as a 2-person hot tub, with plenty of room to stretch out and relax. That’s not to say that any more people is out of the question, but more than 2 and you’re likely to find yourself making contact with someone else. For some this closeness may not be a problem.
Unlike certain recreational water gadgets, you can maintain an inflatable tub easily. It’s not complicated as all you need to do is keep the water at a specific pH and clean out the filters regularly. It’s also a great consolation that the filtration system comes attached to the tub so that you don’t have to set it up or mess with it in any way. Just clean the filters often, and it will work perfectly.
The Intex Pure Inflatable 6-Person Portable Hot Tub is a spa/hot tub that can be quickly inflated and ready to be filled with water in about 20-minutes. It’s has a flexible lightweight design that’s sturdy enough to hold 6-people but is easy enough to deflate for storage or transportation. This means that this hot tub can be used just about anywhere you’d like to enjoy it’s 170-degree heated water and bubble jets. All controlled from an easy-to-use control panel. You just have to get in, rest your head on its headrests and enjoy a nice relaxing soak.

To ensure that the water inside the tub will be kept clean even when you are not using it, it comes with a leather cover and it features safety lock clips that you can use to insulate it. Additionally, setting it up is a hassle-free operation which does not require the use of tools, meaning that in a matter of minutes you will be able to start soaking in the tub and relax.

They don’t usually use real water jets, but instead use fans to “blow” the air around (also because of the 120 volt outlet), which causes them to cool down much faster than a regular hot tub. This cooling effect is only made worse by the fact that the materials they are made from lose heat much faster than the materials used on a regular hot tub. All in all, you aren’t likely to get more than 15 minutes to a half an hour of good heat out of an inflatable hot tub.