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Hot Tub Buyers Guide 2015 – 2017
- 1 Hot Tub Buyers Guide 2015 – 2017
- 1.1 Top 3 Inflatable Hot Tubs
- 1.2 Products from Amazon.co.uk
- 1.3 Hot Tubs & Jacuzzi – Are They The Same Thing?
- 1.4 Keep It Affordable With An Inflatable Hot Tub
- 1.5 Inflatable Hot Tubs & Portable Hot Tubs – What’s The Difference?
- 1.6 Features To Look For When Shopping For An Inflatable Hot Tub
- 1.7 Products from Amazon.co.uk
Top 3 Inflatable Hot Tubs
Many people look to buy a hot tub because of a chronic back pain. An aching back is very unpleasant as are sore or even stiff muscles. Any of these will naturally make your body tense.
A good hot tub can relieve you of the above ailments at the same time as relaxing you.
Hydrotherapy will ease the tense muscles and provide relief from the back pain.
A hot tub will not only relieve you of the physical pains that you have but it will also help you relax at the end of a long day.
Coming home after a long, hard day at work to relax in your hot tub is truly an amazing feeling. There’s nothing quite like it. The warm water, the bubbles… just takes away all your tension, pain and soreness relaxing you physically so that you can be at peace mentally.
There are some things to consider when shopping for a hot tub, however, which I have detailed below.
Will you be buying a hot tub for just you and your partner or would you also be inviting friends and guests in the tub? If this is the case then you would need to consider a 4-6 person tub. Larger hot tubs to accommodate more people will be more expensive than a 2 person hot tub, but always worth considering because you never know when you may have guests, and its always nice to have that little bit of extra space to spread out.
Where will the hot tub be situated? An important question, if you are thinking of having the hot tub in your garden; you want it to be fairly close to in doors. Easy access to a place where people could change and a short walk to the tub would be ideal. If you live in colder areas, the last thing you (or your guests) would want is to walk in the cold to the tub and back again.
If you have an inflatable hot tub, this would not be so important as you have the flexibility to move the tub where you like – just as long as it is on a flat surface.
Hot Tubs & Jacuzzi – Are They The Same Thing?
Hot tubs and Jacuzzi are the same thing. Jacuzzi is a brand name for hot tubs. Just like when people refer to vacuum cleaners as “Hoovers” or tissues as “Kleenex”. It has even started to happen that people are referring to coffee as “Starbucks”.
Keep It Affordable With An Inflatable Hot Tub
Looking at a full sized hot tub can be quite pricey to say the least. It’s not just the hot tub that will cost you, it is also creating the physical space at the right location, having it installed (although usually, this is covered in the price you pay for it). You may also need to hire a plumber for the water and an electrician for the power. It is important to factor in all of these costs otherwise you could be in for a surprise.
Luckily for us, there is a much more affordable option available for us. Inflatable Hot Tubs.
Inflatable Hot Tubs & Portable Hot Tubs – What’s The Difference?
There is no difference between the two, besides the name.
Inflatable hot tubs are also known as portable hot tubs and vice versa because they are inflatable and because of this, it makes them portable. As long as you have a flat surface, a power supply not too far off and access to a hose pipe to get the water in the tub; you have a hot tub.
Here are some thing that make inflatable hot tubs definitely worth considering;
- They are portable. You can have your hot tub in the garden and enjoy it there during the summer months. When it comes closer to the winter, you can bring it closer to the house and have it on the patio. Still enjoying it outdoors, but if your garden is a short walk away, then you have just saved yourself the walk.
- No need for an electrician or plumber. Simply blow up the hot tub (the pump is almost always supplied with the unit), add the water, attach the pump and then enjoy it.
- If you have sufficient space indoors, then you can just as easily set up the hot tub inside. Watching TV while getting your hydrotherapy sounds like a very tempting idea!
- Enjoy a full hydrotherapy massage with no loss of permanent space in your garden or your home. When you want to set up the hot tub, it takes a short time and then a little while for the water to warm up and you’re done.
Inflatable hot tubs to some may sound like a kids paddling pool, but in actual fact it is very study and strong enough to seat multiple adults comfortably (depending on the size you buy). The inflatable hot-tubs we review on this site will be of a very high quality build and have all of the essential functionality such as a thermostat to keep the water temperate measured, to keep it from getting too hot or too cold, water filter as well as the bubble function – or the hydrotherapy, massaging.
Features To Look For When Shopping For An Inflatable Hot Tub
- How many people does it fit? – One of the first things to consider is how many people will be using the hot tub on a regular basis. You can get hot tubs which seat a couple comfortably, and most of these can possibly even fit three at a squeeze, any more and its a crowd. If you are looking to entertain then you will want to consider a 6-8 person hot tub. I would always recommend a larger tub anyway purely because it is always better to have the space and not need it than need it and not have it. Also 2 people in an 8 person tub gives them more room to spread and stretch themselves out.
- What temperature does it go up to? – You want the hot tub to give you hot water at the very least. The typical standard temperature is up to 40oC.
- Rapid heating system – you dont want to wait forever for the water to warm up before enjoying it.
- Does the hot tub have a thermostat to keep the temperature where it should be without letting it get too hot or cold? This should keep the water warm even when not in use. The pump will keep the water temperature stable overnight so the next time you want a dip – it will be ready for you. You just need to remove the cover.
- Digital controls – to allow you to set and regulate the temperature and the hydrotheraputic bubbles.
- Cushioned floor – the last thing you want when you’re trying to relax is to sit on a hard patio floor behind a mat. Most good quality hot tubs to have a cushioned floor to keep you comfortable.
- Integrated water filtration system
- Cover to keep unwanted dirt and debris out of the tub when not in use – ideally this should lock shut.