|InstaSPA Deluxe||26" H x 77" W x 108" D||176 lbs|
|Features:||Plug & Play|
|Product Category:||Hot Tubs|
|Wall Type:||Hard Wall|
Questions & Answers
InstaSPA InstaSPA Deluxe
It is ok product
Brandi from Willis, TX– Verified Buyer
Once you get it going, it is nice for the price. But, I had issues with shipping, some of the parts and I am still trying to figure out where to get a replacement filter.
Anna from avon lake, OH– Verified Buyer
set up was super easy, my 6 year old connected the aluminum frame. had it all set up and filled within an hour.
Worth every penny
Tyson Boyer from Salt Lake City, UT
I searched the internet to find the best portable spa. This is by far the most superior hot tub for the price you pay. It has 8 amazing jets, where as other portables only have bubbles. I've been in almost everyday for the past 2 weeks, it stays hot, it was easy to assemble and I highly recommend this product. Make sure you get your chemicals right, treat it like a $5k spa. Trust me you won't be let down.
David from Edwards Californua
This product did exactly as advertised! Once it got hot, it stayed that way and has proven to be great for relaxing after a long day. I highly recommend this product.
Very Good So Far
Rod from Audubon,New jersey
I have had this up and running for only a week now and here is what I can tell you so far.It is very comfortable for 3 or 4 people and the temperature I keep it at is 99 degrees and its been holding it even in 24 to 45 degree weather.Setup was a snap,it took about an hour.If you fill it the first time with cold water it will take a day or two to get it to 100 degrees after that it will run 3 to 4 times a day to maintain water filtration and heat.Follow the maintenance program outlined in the booklet.I found out from an InstaSpa engineer that the heater is 1250 watts but when you run the jets the heater runs at 450 watts which is nice because it heats the jets air bubbles unlike most other portable spas which dont.The PVC insulation on the sidewalls and cover are very well made and insulate the spa very well so the power unit dosent have to work so hard to keep the temperature you set.If you set this up in cold weather dont inflate anything too much because as soon as it warms up a bit those things will expand alot to the point to where you may even have a hard time putting the cover on.I asked the InstaSpa engineer what this would cost on average a month in electricity to run,,his answer was 30 to 40 dollars a month during winter months,and less then a dollar a day during the summer.(hmm we shall see).One More Thing,,make sure that you plug it into an outlet that dosent have much electricity draw on that circuit or you WILL blow the breaker.The InstaSpa draws about 13amps on startup.I hope this helps you decide...;)~
Anonymous from North Dakota– Verified Buyer
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