There is a timer function so that you can set the heater to come on when you need it to. The filtration system will keep the water clear along with the salt chlorination system which will keep it safe. The tub is comfortable to sit in and all of the controls are easy to reach from inside. As well as the 8 water jets there are 120 bubble jets around the base of the tub so you can choose what type of water massage that you want to use at the press of a button. Check out the pros and cons below.
Attach the control unit to the inflated Coleman hot tub using the marked connectors, they should match up no problem and it’s easy to hand tighten them both together. Screw in the filters, make sure the drain plug on the bottom is closed and then you’re ready to fill up with water. There is a mark on the inside of the tub so you know the correct level of water to fill it to. This is a simple outline of what needs doing. There is a dvd included to show you exactly what to do. You can have your tub filled in next to no time.
The SaluSpa features a water filtration system to remove minerals and other impurities, keeping the water calm and soothing for you. In addition, a chemical floater helps to prevent the buildup of harmful bacteria. The spa also features an inflatable cover that quickly keeps your spa secure, trapping in heat while keeping out leaves and other annoying particles. With a maximum temperature of 104° F, this is a spa you’ll want to come back to again and again.
When you get the AirJet Spa, you can easily set it up by yourself without using any tools. You will just have to fill up the tub, connect it to mains, fill it up to whatever level you want with water, turn the heater ON and enjoy. So now that you know how simple it is to set up the tub, you should also know that even the tub is small, the company states that the tub is capable of up to 4 persons but I recommend you to get only 2 persons in because it isn’t a swimming pool after all.
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.