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.
The third most popular complaint was over the heater. Many customers were disappointed that the heater automatically shuts off after three days of continuous use. Although it is considered to be a safety mechanism, it was quite annoying to many customers that didn't want to lose the heat in their water and then have to repeat the process of reheating it again.
Portability: another great benefit of the inflatable hot tubs is the portability. Since you can inflate and deflate it, the set is very easily assembled anywhere. Some models can endure cold weather so you will be able to use it even during the fall and winter seasons, while installing a traditional hot tub in the open is a scenario unlike to many of those models and often has a higher cost. Most of the inflatable hot tubs also have a thermal insulating cover for that kind of use, so even during summer nights when you need to leave the tub for a while, you can cover it and keep it warm for longer.
I work part time as an IT security consultant. Luckily I can work from anywhere so I go back and forth between Colorado and Florida. I get my fix of skiing, hiking and camping in Colorado in the Dillion area, and when I am in Florida you can usually find me on the water either paddleboarding or kayaking. My recent passion is scuba diving, I got certified a few years ago and "get wet" as frequently as I can.
Instead of using real water jets, they use air jets that blow the air around in the tub. This causes the water to cool down a lot faster than it would if you were to use a hard side hot tub. To fix this problem as much as possible, make sure that the one you go with is not made with materials that lose heat as well. If you do this, you should get about 20-30 minutes of good heat in the tub.
So in conclusion, we decided that even though we had some reservations when we first started looking at inflatable spas, we are glad we now own one. They have come along way, and they have features that we were looking for like economy and ease of maintenance. We feel that the pros outweigh the cons and an inflatable hot tub fits just right with our lifestyle and needs.
One of the common gripes about these spa’s is the fact that when you use the bubble massage system you can’t use the heater at the same time. The bubbles have a 30 minute auto shut off and in that time the temperature can drop a few degrees. The bubbles going through the water can make it feel a bit cooler too. To be fair this is an issue with most portable hot tubs with bubble jets. It’s easy to switch the heater back on as soon as the bubbles are finished but the temperature only rises a few degrees an hour.
In a worst case scenario the part that blows up the inflatable hot tub can malfunction, meaning that you’re left with a deflated piece of strong plastic. Portable hot tubs provide a great sense of security in that their main parts are the control panel and the heating element, which are all built into the tub itself. With inflatable hot tubs having a separate heater/blower, it takes something as simple as a person forgetting to pack it or that piece short circuiting to ruin everyone’s fun.
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.