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Lifesmart Rock Solid Luna Spa with Plug & Play Operation

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  • 3 Seating Positions
  • 110 Volt 15 Amp Dedicated Circuit Plug & Play Operation
  • 12 Total Jets
  • Comfort Valve Air Mixing System
  • Warranty: 5 Years Shell 1 Year Electronics & Pumps 90 Days Labor
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Product Description

Compare the Life Smart Luna to any major brand on the market, and you will find that not only do our spas offer equal or better accessories and comfort, but we manufacture the most sturdy shells in the business. The Lifesmart Luna has the same standard parts and features as any name brand hot tub - such as Topside Controls, Interchangeable Jets, Top-loading filters. We also feature our highly indestructible Rock Solid™ Shell. The Lifesmart Luna is a 110volt Plug & Play spa. This feature avoids the high cost of hot tub installation. Simply set it up, fill it up and plug it in. Only Lifesmart use ECO SMART technology, the highly efficient energy management system built into every Lifesmart Luna spa Lifesmart Spas require less energy and deliver better performance than any other hot tubs in their class this is due to our full foam insulation system and a thick energy saving spa cover designed to save you money on operating your spa so all you do is enjoy. The Lifesmart Luna Spa has a deep bucket seat complete with rotating back jets, a waterfall and foot well jets included. There are top side comfort valves that allow you to find the perfect mix of air and water for the perfect massage. The Luna also features a top side digital command center and features a spa light with interchangeable mood lens caps. Add the Lifesmart Luna to your backyard today and enjoy the luxury you deserve.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 70 x 66 x 29 inches ; 255 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 255 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B002U0LLOM
  • Item model number: AMZ-FF-LUNA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,771 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

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Customer Reviews

While I am sure you can put four people in it is very comfortable with two or three.
Shar
It IS a GREAT two person hot tub which is priced as an excellent value, is very easy to maintain, and works perfectly to relax in after a hard day of work.
Amazon Customer
Setup was quick and easy although there was no hole for the electrical cord to come through so the electric panel would go back on.
Kelli

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

118 of 121 people found the following review helpful By Runnicle on December 26, 2009
Delivery was much sooner than estimated. Helpful driver delivered spa to garage instead of at end of driveway. Shipping weight of 355 pounds included an 8' x 5' wooden pallet. I managed to move the spa on its pallet to its location by myself using only a hand-dolley, but would recommend others to have at least two to tackle this move. Spa comes with GFCI protection built into the spa's electrical plug. Spa is actually one of FreeFlow's "Sport" models which were discontinued last year for new model names this year. Other than having to drill screw holes in the spa for the four attachments to hold the spa cover, no other assembly was required. Be sure to fill spa before plugging in, and read the instruction manual carefully. Spa worked as advertised once plugged in. However, friction heating takes 24 plus hours to reach preset operating water temperature. My spa is worth every bit of its low price and FreeFlow has an excellent reputation for low-end spas.

After a month of owning, I now know that FreeFlow will support this spa. Through them I bought an ozonator, replacement GFCI cable, and replacement filter cartridges. Call or e-mail them for which part numbers you need to order. Spa is ozonator-ready, but you must be knowledgeable in order to install because ozonator comes without installation instructions. From a local spa shop I also bought a Nature 2 mineral sanitizer and Potassium mono-per-sulfate (non-chlorine oxidizer) to combine with the ozonator, and now water stays crystal clear using only 1 tsp of di-chlor per 245 gallon tub capacity.
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85 of 88 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 24, 2013
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Here's what we like: Setup is easy, delivery and packaging makes it pretty much a snap to put the tub where you want it. The biult-in light is adequate for use in an otherwise fully dark environment. Jet placement is thoughtful with one exception (I'll get to that) and the controls are simple and easy to use. The lid is nice. The filter is easily cleaned and accessed. The extra insulation package is much appreciated (and needed, see below) The price is reasonable.

The issues:

Firstly. the heater can't keep the tub's temperature up if you are in the tub and the air is enabled for the jets, even with the extra insulation package they are shipping now. The air being mixed in is cooler than the water (I'm talking about ambient summer temperature air, say 90 degrees or so) and so all those cool bubbles bring the water temperature down, and the heater simply cannot keep up. So within half an hour or so, the tub loses several degrees of temperature. The heater runs constantly when the jets are on, but even so, the tub cools. If you want it to warm back up, you need to get out, turn off the air, cover the tub, and wait quite a while. We get about 45 minutes from entry at 102 degrees to leaving the tub when it passes 100 degrees. This is on warm summer evenings, so as fall approaches, the effect will be stronger and less time will be available at the warmer temperatures. A separate AC line and outlet with its own breaker would have been better; the pump is 9 amps, so that doesn't leave a lot of breathing room for a heater with only one 15 amp, 110 VAC outlet, just a few hundred watts. This is definitely not a hot tub that you can run in the winter; it would be a very cold tub indeed.
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46 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 17, 2013
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I am only a few days into running this spa tub, but perhaps a preliminary review is in order.

Why did I purchase this Plug-and-Play tub instead of a larger, more featured, more powerful full size 220v unit? Very simple really... economics and situation. We live in a rented home, and even though we have no plans on moving ... ever.... it could happen. If that happened, taking a full sized hard wired hot tub with us would be a serious issue. There are plenty of units just like that for sale on Craigslist at deeply discounted prices: "Great hot tub for sale cheap, you move it... and fast!". So the idea of a smaller plastic shelled spa tub that I can quite literally move myself is attractive.

Economics as I mentioned above.... means this tub is a far less expensive alternative to the larger and more powerful units. Our home is old.. as in 1800's old... and has a 100 amp electrical service. To have a full size spa tub I would have had to upgrade the entire service to 200 amps. That would have cost at least $1000. Add in the decent quality full size tub, and suddenly I am spending over $6k for a hot tub. Buying the LifeSmart plug and play unit cost me just over a third of that.

So far my costs are $2200 for the tub, $200 for a professionally installed 110v 15 amp dedicated GFI'ed power feed run from the box to the back patio, and about $100 in chemicals to last the season.

Oh..... and a new pair of swim trunks to swap out, as I will be in this tub every single day I can.

The tub is everything they say it is, except perhaps the 'four person' description. One person can really stretch out and relax in perfect comfort. Two people can still do that too, with some friendly contact. Three people..... um....
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