Cool Nights in a Hot Tub
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spas-and-hot-tubs-at-fair-pricesIntroducing our new line up of Hot new hot tubs by AquaRock ~ and just in time for cool fall evenings, too!

My first piece of advice I have for you is to forget about those “Plug & Play” models, those spas or hot tubs that plug into any 120V outlet. Call an electrician to wire up a 240V, 50 amp breaker, with a safety cut-off switch, and do it all up to code.

Why? Because plug-in spas are hard to keep hot in cold weather, and many models can’t run the heater while you are using the jets. Plug-in type of hot tubs just don’t have enough power (amps) to run all of the spa features, and with only enough power for a 1 kw heater element, they are slow and costly to heat. They also tend to have small filters that make it hard to keep the water clear.

Here’s 4 models that are full size and full featured: with big 4kw heaters, large filter cartridges and powerful jet pumps. In other words, real spas and hot tubs!

Hampton Bay II 28L Spa


hampton-bay-ii-28l-spa$3999

  • Rotomolded Shell with Full Foam insulation
  • 75″x75″x32″ – holds 300 gallons
  • Voltage: 240V/50amp
  • Pump: 4 hp, 2-speed
  • Filter: 50 SF cartridge filter
  • Heater: 4 Kw element
  • Lights: LED, 8 points of light
  • Ozone Purifier included
  • Balboa Digital Controls w/ LCD display

 

Pacific 33L Spa


pacific-33l-spa$4999

  • Rotomolded Shell with Full Foam insulation
  • 84″x84″x34″ – holds 310 gallons
  • Voltage: 240V/50amp
  • Pump: 2 hp, 2-speed
  • Filter: 30 SF cartridge filter
  • Heater: 4 Kw element
  • Lights: LED, 11 points of light
  • Ozone Purifier included
  • Balboa Digital Controls w/ LCD display

 

Coral Coast 28L Spa


coral-coast-spa-28l$5299

  • Acrylic Shell with Full Foam insulation
  • 75″x75″x32″ – holds 300 gallons
  • Voltage: 240V/50amp
  • Pump: 2 hp, 2-speed
  • Filter: 50 SF cartridge filter
  • Heater: 4 Kw element
  • Lights: LED, 11 points of light
  • Ozone Purifier included
  • Balboa Digital Controls w/ LCD display

 

Premier 54L Spa


premiere-54l-hot-tub-spa$6999

  • Acrylic Shell with Full Foam insulation
  • 85″x85″x36″ – holds 400 gallons
  • Voltage: 240V/50amp
  • Pump: 2 hp, 2-speed and 1 hp, 1-speed
  • Filter: 50 SF cartridge filter
  • Heater: 4 Kw element
  • Lights: Color LED, lighted waterfall
  • Ozone Purifier included
  • Balboa Digital Controls w/ LCD display
  • Dual speakers, Blue Tooth Stereo

 

>> Spas and Hot Tubs don’t have to cost $12K, but a real hot tub will cost more than $1500. If you want a full featured spa, with full insulation, powerful pump and heater and a filter that won’t let you down. Take a look at our AquaRock spas by Strong Spas. Real Spas for only $4000 – $7000!

 

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Davy Merino
InTheSwim Blog Editor

 

 


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