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Coleman 15442-BW SaluSpa 4 Person Portable Inflatable Outdoor Square Hot Tub Spa with 114 Air Jets, Cover, Pump, and 2 Filter Cartridges, Gray

4.3 out of 5 stars 2,573 ratings

Brand Coleman
Color Gray
Product Dimensions 71"L x 71"W x 28"H
Material Polyvinyl Chloride
Shape Square

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  • INFLATABLE HOT TUB: The Coleman SaluSpa inflatable hot tub is made for up to 4 people and heats up quickly to a soothing 104 degrees with 114 surrounding air jets
  • FEATURES: Relax at the touch of a button with the soothing AirJet Spa, rapid heating system, and integrated water filtration; Cushioned floor with convenient drain valve; Heating and bubbling work together to provide a comfortable massage experience
  • DURABLE CONSTRUCTION: TriTech 3 ply inflated walls for durability and comfort; Reinforced cover with safety lock clips and built-in air chamber for insulation; 2 easy-lift handles to help move the spa pool (when empty)
  • INCLUDES: Includes 1 pool liner, 1 pool cover, 1 spa pump, 1 chemical floater, 2 filter cartridges (VI), 1 repair patch, 1 AirJet system; 6-foot long cord
  • SPECIFICATIONS: Water capacity (80-percent filled): 177 gallons, heat range: 40-104 degrees F, water flow: 320 GPH, and filled weight: 1,938 lbs; 110/120-volt 3-prong plug; Dimensions (L x W x H): 71 x 71 x 28 inches. Not to be used in temps under 40 degrees; Disclaimer: This spa cannot be used in temperatures less than 39 degrees Fahrenheit

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The Coleman SlaSpa Hot Tub is an inflatable spa that seats 4 to 6 people and is completely portable, so you can take it with you on the go or relax at home. Built with massage jets and a cushioned floor, this hot tub makes it easy for you to unwind. The hot tub inflates within minutes, and the rapid heating system quickly heats the water up to a soothing 104 degrees with 114 surrounding air jets. The hot temperatures are perfect for soothing sore muscles or when you need o lounge after a long day. Adjust the temperatures easily without having to move with the built-in digital control panel. Including 2 built-in side handles, you'll be able to transport this spa with ease. With the chemical floater and a twin pack of filter cartridges, cleaning your hot tub will be a breeze, while the insulated cover will keep your water warm when not in use. Note that this spa will not run in temperatures below 40 degrees. You'll find yourself never wanting to leave your Intex Spa Seat while relaxing in the SaluSpa Inflatable Hot Tub from Coleman.

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Coleman 15442-BW SaluSpa 4 Person Portable Inflatable Outdoor Square Hot Tub Spa with 114 Air Jets, Cover, Pump, and 2 Filter Cartridges, Gray

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Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on October 1, 2020
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Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on July 28, 2022
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great for the price
By Kristen on July 28, 2022
I've had this hot tub about 5 months now. It works well, and I use it frequently for back pain. Initial set up was easy and it fills and drains quickly. For the price, it's a great way to test the waters before purchasing a larger, more permanent hot tub structure. I love mine!

You can control the temp on this unit. As others mention, it will lose heat when you run the bubbles and it will not be able to increase heat with the cover off. I bought an Alavantor bubble tent (ASIN B07YZ2KTTJ; recommend at least 12ft; 10 works but it's a tight fit) to put around it in the winter time and that helped it maintain heat significantly as well as allowed me to use it in the cold (lows in the teens where I live). Just make sure you consider ventilation so you don't gas yourself out if you choose to go that route. I also put up a shade sail and turned the heat function off for a way to stay cool this summer. A little shade and an initial addition of a few bags of ice, and I was easily able to keep the temp around 90/91 when ambient temp was 100+. Running the bubbles even when the heat is off feels amazing.

Ok so here's the deal. You need to do some serious research about maintenance and chemicals before buying this if you've never owned one before. There's a choice of bromine vs. chlorine. Then you've got ph up, ph down, shock, balancers, foam control, testing strips, etc. It feels a little like becoming a full-time chemist. I did a ton of research ahead of time because I had a bad time with a quick set pool last year and had everything on hand before this even arrived. Now you can manually maintain all the chemicals mentioned above yourself and that's totally fine. Let me tell you though that I got the Spa Frog @Ease system (ASIN B08NK9DSQS) and it has made it so easy for me to keep everything balanced and perfect all the time. It costs a little more, but totally worth it in my opinion. The little scumbug that comes with the quarterly kit is good at reducing the "oil slick" that will eventually come from body oils, sweat, etc. I was even able to leave for a week vacation and came back with everything perfectly in balance still.

I was totally unprepared for this aspect in some respects. It's probably not bad if you're putting your hot tub under a covered patio or indoors. Mine is at the back of my yard exposed to the elements. Considering that, it's done really well but I wind up draining it completely, fully cleaning, and refilling about once a month. I think the manual says quarterly will suffice, but I personally can't stand to sit in a small vat of water with tiny little critters (too small for pool nets) floating around me. I'm also probably excessively concerned with not letting anything even try to grow (look up hot tub diseases and what is capable of growing in there). It takes me about 2 hours to clean it inside and out using Clorox/ Lysol wipes (about 1 large can), a washcloth, and several clean buckets of water. So far that seems to do a good job. I strongly recommend taking apart the floating cover and cleaning that thoroughly as well. There are a ton of seams on the inside and it can get gross quickly if you're not on top of it regularly.

This will vary depending on what you choose for chemicals, maintenance, and what your local utilities cost. I can only speak for myself living in the midwest US. I keep it running at all times (heat @ 104 all winter and spring; filter running 24/7). I only noticed about a $25/ month increase in my electric bill (probably helped that I had a dome over it when it was less than 60 degrees) and about $10 increase in my water bill (considering I drain every month). Filters run me about $5 a week and the chemicals I chose average about $35/ month. So about $100 per month in recurring costs for me.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Love it!
Reviewed in Canada 🇨🇦 on July 30, 2020
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Reviewed in Canada 🇨🇦 on July 30, 2020
Very easy to install. The pump is first used to inflate the tub then is plugged on the tub, no additional tool required. Once filled, we started the tub and had no problem reaching our target temp within a few hours (95F, only used it during the summer). It is spacious enough for two adults to be confortable with room maybe for a third adult or 1-2 kids. Water level is mid/upper-chest when we are sitting in the tub. We have been using it for a few weeks and no deflating and still works great.
The "bubbles" are surprisingly in good quantity for such a small system, quite decent but not the highlight of the hottub. The pump when pushing the bubbles makes the sound of a small vaccuum cleaner. It would probably be a good addition to make a DIY wooden box to put around it and would block the noise. That being said, we don't hear it much when it the spa and I dont think our neighbour hear it that much, given we live in a dense urban area with small backyards. Overall for the price, I totally recommended it! Its so relaxing and way less hassle than a full permanent hottub
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Shawn wood
2.0 out of 5 stars Not worth the money!
Reviewed in Canada 🇨🇦 on January 7, 2021
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Greg Holt
5.0 out of 5 stars Works Fantastic
Reviewed in Canada 🇨🇦 on January 21, 2021
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Andrew M.
1.0 out of 5 stars Be careful
Reviewed in Canada 🇨🇦 on November 15, 2021
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5.0 out of 5 stars Worth every penny
Reviewed in Canada 🇨🇦 on June 18, 2022