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Canadian Spa Company CSCHTGR29 Grand Rapids 4-Person Inflatable Spa, 29", Tan/Black
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- Plugs directly into a standard 15 A household outlet no electrician required
- Features 88 air jets, 1320 W heater, 500 W massage pump, and portable control unit
- Water capacity:211 US gal
- Maximum water temperature:104 F
- 1 x 15 sq ft filter
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|Item Dimensions||29 x 70 x 70 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||CSCHTGR29|
|Shipping Weight||88.35 pounds|
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The Canadian Spa Company 4-person inflatable Grand Rapids is one of the deepest portable spas on the market. Adults will enjoy a full massage as they completely submerge their neck and shoulders in this 29 in hot tub. It can be assembled in just 15 minutes and is simple to operate. The portable control unit houses the filtration system and operates outside of the spa, so no valuable spa space is used up. 88 air jets help relieve stress and tension as you relax among friends and family in almost any location. A unique transportable design gives the spa complete portability, making it the perfect addition to any home, cottage, or party. The Grand Rapids plugs directly into any standard household outlet and comes with a 10 ft cord so no electrician is required. Just plug & play! It also includes a thermal blanket and lockable 6 in inflatable cover to ensure maximum heat retention year-round.
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I'll try to remember to update this review after owning the tub for longer, but... after the initial shipment, I'm quite impressed. The quality of the vinyl is outstanding - almost reminded me of a leather sofa. Very thick vinyl, with seams sewn extremely well. There is a different use of material for the black base (it's not just a difference in color). I can't see any wear-n'-tear type damage to the body for awhile unless it is grossly mistreated.
This thing was way bigger than I expected. Take a measuring tape and map out a 6' x 6' square on the ground. Then imagine something that's 27" or so tall. No, seriously, do it! You'll be surprised. Yes, it really is that big.
The only thing that's been upsetting so far is the instructions - they leave a lot to be desired. "Step XYZ - inflate the inner bladder using the filter function of the control unit." OK. How much do I inflate it? To what pressure? Why is it still wrinkly after inflating it for so long? There was a "ground cover" included, but they don't tell you what it's supposed to be used for. It looks like one of those blue solar heating covers you'd put on the top of a pool, but the size and shape of it suggests that you're supposed to use it as a tarp under the base? I had already purchased a heavy-duty tarp from Wal-Mart before this arrived to serve as insulation between the base and the ground until I get the time to pour concrete. I haven't actually used it as of yet.
The heat emitted by the control unit did seem dismal at first, but you have to keep in mind how high the specific heat capacity of water is. I started with 76F water and have been seeing about a 2F rise every hour. That's "good enough" for me, keeping in mind that the maximum setpoint is 104F. The massage jets draw in cold air from the outside, so expect that the temperature will drop quite rapidly when you turn them on (depending on the season and your location). Most other spas in this price range also draw in air from the outside, so this isn't really of any surprise and they likely suffer from a similar flaw.
The item I received ("Rio Grande") was different that the advertised ("Grand Rapids") unit. It seems that the company does a refresh/redesign of the unit every year. The internal bladder seems to be designed differently than the one in the picture and the unit I received holds slightly more water than the advertised unit.
It seemed like the shipping company or Amazon played a few games of "toss the box" before it made it's way to my doorstep. One of the two "free" included filters was quite mangled, but everything else seems to have arrived intact. The filters look washable and as if they can be used quite a few times before you actually have to replace them, and they are very easy to replace - unscrew a cap, drop a new one in, tighten it back up and loosen/tighten another doohickey to bleed the air from the pump.
Overall, I'm happy with my purchase. Hopefully I can say the same thing in the months and years to come!
EDIT: 24 hours, so far so good. Took less than 12 hours to bring the water from 76F to 104F.
EDIT: 1 week. It's started deflating. Just enough so that the bladder is noticably softer than when I first filled it to the point where it makes me weary. I made sure to put the pool on top of a "heavy duty" tarp as to ensure that nothing on the ground can puncture it. Going to check seals and everything tonight, but I'm quite certain this isn't user error.