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Intex PureSpa Jet & Bubble Deluxe Portable Hot Tub, Round, 77", Onyx Black
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- Experience the luxury of 120 soothing bubble jets and 4 high-performing massages jets while you relax
- Approximate inflated inner/outer diameter: 58"/77"; Height: 28"
- Seating capacity: 4 people; Water capacity: 210 gallons; Water temperature range: 68 - 104 degrees fahrenheit
- Features: Heating system; Hard water system to keep the water refreshing; Salt water sanitation system; Filtration system with 2 filter cartridges
- Includes: 1 Hot tub; Floating pool chlorine dispenser; Thermal ground cloth; Insulated cover; Inflation hose; Carry bag
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Each PureSpa includes a Floating Chemical Dispenser and a Replaceable S1 Spa Filter Cartridge for simple maintenance to keep your spa clean and refreshing.
- Built-in saltwater system, no need to add chlorine.
- Built-in hard water system softens the water, making it more refreshing on your skin.
- Insulated ground cloth provides enhanced thermal retention.
- Insulated cover for improved heating and safety.
Intex PureSpa Jet & Bubble Massage Deluxe Spa
Treat yourself to a night off in relaxing, heated water surrounded by soothing massage and bubble jets. The PureSpa Deluxe provides relaxation with the simple touch of a button. The easy-to-use control panel activates 4 high-powered, adjustable massage jets and 120 heated bubble jets surrounding the interior of the spa for a rejuvenating, euphoric experience. The heating system adjusts to fit your personal temperature preference allowing a stress-free spa experience.
The PureSpa Jet & Bubble Deluxe Massage Spa features a built-in saltwater system. The saltwater system works to convert salt, that you have added to the water, to a more natural form of chlorine that is more gentle on your eyes, skin and hair than chemical chlorine. Best of all, it means you won't need a floating chlorine dispenser or chlorine tablets! All you need to do is follow the included directions, add the recommended amount of salt, and turn it on. In addition, all of our PureSpa models feature a built-in hard water treatment system that works to soften the water in your spa, providing a more refreshing experience.
The combination of the state-of-the-art hard water treatment system and the advanced saltwater sanitation system creates an all-inclusive, premium spa experience. PureSpa provides simple maintenance with two easy-to-replace filter cartridges for lasting enjoyment for up to 4 people. The Fiber-Tech Construction and the puncture-resistant 3-ply laminated material provide the ultimate comfort, support, and durability. An insulated cover and lock is included to minimize heat loss, and provides an added safety feature. A carry bag is provided for easy storage and transportation.
- Seating capacity of this portable hot tub: 4 people
- Water capacity: 210 gallons
- Water temperature range: 68-104 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Approximate inflated size: Inner/outer diameter: 57"/77", Height: 28".
- Model# 28443E
Built-In Hard Water Treatment System
The built-in Hard Water Treatment System makes water gentler on skin, clothes and the entire spa system.
Prevent Hard Water Build Up
Without our hard water treatment system, hard water build up limits water flow and reduces the life of your spa.
Advanced Technology Creates Suspended Crystals
The system generates an electro-magnetic field that agitates calcium and other minerals in the water, causing them to create suspended crystals.
The Included Filter Cartridge Does the Rest
The suspended crystals are then retained in the filter cartridge, leaving soft water in the spa.
|PureSpa 6-Person Bubble Massage Spa||PureSpa Octagon Bubble Massage Spa||PureSpa Bubble Massage Spa||PureSpa Deluxe Octagon Jet and Bubble Spa||PureSpa Deluxe Jet and Bubble Spa|
|Water Capacity||290 gallons||210 gallons||210 gallons||210 gallons||210 gallons|
|Jets||140 Bubble Jets||120 Bubble Jets||120 Bubble Jets||120 Bubble Jets & 4 Massage Jets||120 Bubble Jets & 4 Massage Jets|
|Jet Pump||-||-||-||0.9 hp ~ 7-10 PSI||0.9 hp ~ 7-10 PSI|
|Heater||1,300W ~ 1°-2°F/hr||1,300W ~ 2°-3°F/hr||1,300W ~ 2°-3°F/hr||1,300W ~ 2°-3°F/hr||1,300W ~ 2°-3°F/hr|
|Flow Rate||460 gal/hour||460 gal/hour||460 gal/hour||460 gal/hour||460 gal/hour|
|Bubble Air Blower||1.1 hp ~ 110-120V||1.1 hp ~ 110-120V||1.1 hp ~ 110-120V||1.1 hp ~ 110-120V||1.1 hp ~ 110-120V|
|Built-In Hard Water Treatment System||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Built-In Saltwater System||No, floating chlorine dispenser included||No, floating chlorine dispenser included||No, floating chlorine dispenser included||Yes||Yes|
|Item Dimensions||28 x 77 x 77 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||28443E|
|Shipping Weight||160 pounds|
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Pamper yourself in relaxing heated water surrounded by soothing message and bubble jets. The PureSpa provides relaxation at the touch of a button. The easy-to-use control panel activates 4 high-powered, adjustable message jets and 120 heated bubble jets surrounding the interior of the spa for a rejuvenating, euphoric experience. The heating system adjusts to fit your personal temperature preference allowing a stress-free spa experience. The combination of the state-of-the-art hard water treatment system and the advanced saltwater sanitation system creates an all-inclusive, premium spa experience. PureSpa provides simple maintenance with 2 easy-to-replace filter cartridges for lasting enjoyment for up to 4 people. The Fiber-Tech Construction and the puncture-resistant 3-ply laminated material provide the ultimate comfort, support, and durability. An insulated cover and lock is included to minimize heat loss, and provides an added safety feature. A carry bag is provided for easy storage and transportation.
• Approximate inflated Inner/Outer Diameter: 58"/77"
• Height: 28"
• Seating capacity: 4 people.
• Water capacity: 210 gallons.
• Water temperature range: 68 Degree Fahrenheit - 104 Degree Fahrenheit
• Includes: Tub, Insulated Cover, Heating System, Hard Water System, Salt Water Sanitation System, Filtration System with 2 filter cartridges, Floating Pool Chlorine Dispenser, Thermal Ground Cloth, Inflation Hose, Carry Bag.
• Item can not be sold in California.
Top customer reviews
Emptied the tub and tore through everything that was readily accessible and couldn't find the leak. Put everything back together and filled the tub back up and things got worse. Emptied the tub again. This time I pulled the intake pump assembly and found what I thought was the culprit - a piece of cheap silicone tubing between the pump outlet and the inlet to the heater. It was highly deteriorated, and I hardly think this material was a good design choice for a high-chlorine environment like a hot tub.
Now the real fun began - trying to find a replacement. Intex was totally useless in this regard. I searched all over looking for something to substitute, but the Chinese design was metric-sized tubing. Finally I settled on a piece of 1" automotive heater hose. It's ID was too small and I had to whittle out the insides of the hose to get it to fit over the pump outlet and compression fitting for the union to the heater inlet. It took hours of..ah hem...creative engineering, but I finally got everything all together again.
Fill the tub back up, start heating up, and next morning there's water all over the patio. The union washer failed going to the heater inlet. Great. Tear it all apart again. Once again, no replacement from Intex. Once again, engineer a new washer from one I could find locally. Re-assemble the whole mess again, and start the heating process.
Within an hour it was apparent there was a much bigger leak. Now the inlet union between the tub itself and the filter inlet was leaking at a furious pace. All the disassembly of the tub from the filter tore the union washer. Back to the Intex site and LO! they actually show the washer and have them in stock!! Joy Joy! Then I tried to order it. The web site is hosed up. After a bazillion attempts, it refused to confirm any of 3 known good credit cards for the purchase. Left e-mail for Intex asking how I could purchase the washer. Of course there was NO RESPONSE. I ended up buying a piece of rubber floor molding at Lowe's that was the correct width and cutting several washers out of it before I finally got one that would stop the leakage.
Got about 3 weeks of trouble free tubbing. But then I started finding the filter controls completely shut off. The GFCI in the cord had gone bad and refused to reset using the pushbutton. The controls would only reset if I pulled the cord entirely out of the outlet for 10-15 seconds. But at least the tub would stay running for a few days, until the next dread E90 would shut it down again. With no reset at the GFCI there was no recourse other than to pull the plug again.
A couple weeks of this foolishness, and finally the controls were shutting down again completely. But now after cycling the power cord, they would only stay on for a couple seconds, a minute at most, before dying again. I found that this was killing the GFCI for the circuit in the garage, not the one in the cord. After a hour of playing around I found the filter controls stayed up, as long as I left the heater off. Great. Someone tell me what good is a hot tub without a heater?
I've had it. This thing has turned out to be a completely cheap Chinese piece of junk from a complete useless cheap Chinese piece of company. If you are foolish enough to order one of these, please don't say the you weren't warned!!!
Update 28 Apr 16 - after waiting a week for Fedex to get the replacement tub across the country, it arrived. On opening the box I was in for a rude shock. It looks like the wrong tub!! SH!T! My pump has 4 connectors (A-D) but the tub has 3 (A-C). I immediately jump on the phone and call Intex back. Once again I get another Chinese lady that speaks English, but with such poor pronunciation I barely understand her at all. I literally spent 15 minutes to determine that the TUB they sent was octogon shaped, because I thought she was saying TOP. It was so bad I had to insist that I get a representative that spoke better English. This woman argued with me and insisted her English was fine. I asked to speak to a supervisor. She flatly refused. I was absolutely furious at this horrendous customer service!
I spent an hour on the phone only to find out that, technically, they had sent the correct tub - for the 2016 model. The tub has been "upgraded' from the 2015 model. This new tub no longer supports the sanitation system. So let me get this straight. Intex...You "upgrade" your product by removing features? WTF!!
I was instructed to attach the 2016 tub to my 2015 controls and leave the D connection on the pump opened and unplugged. Intex has no means to plug this unused connection and the rep pretty much told me to piss off and deal with it on my own. More stellar customer service.
One final thing is that this replacement tub is smaller than the original. It measured 77"x77" OD, and the new one is only 72"x72". I'm 6'1" and I could leisurely stretch out in the original tub. Now my legs are just a touch too long, and I have to bend my knees or run my feet up the side to get myself to fit. Where the old tub held about 225g, the new one holds about 10% less at 200g. Less is more...profits that is. Looks like they changed the material as well. I doubt it is even as good as the material that failed on the original tub,
I only give this 2 stars now because for at least 10 months I was satisfied with product too bad the manufacturers are total idiots.
Update 18 Apr 16 - Whacked a star off, but it might have been a couple more. Ten months in one of the inner panels of the tub de-laminated, creating a huge bubble that was leaking air allowing the tub to deflate. The short video shows the problem clearly.
Called Intex Customer Service seeking warranty replacement. There is no online, e-mail or chat options. You must call the toll free number once you can find it on their site. As others have noted, finding a representative that speaks passable English is a challenge. Once past the language barrier I received an e-mail with a link to a warranty request form. After some jumping around through hoops for several days, I finally received an e-mail today saying my request was approved and the new tub will be shipped in 2-3 days, I will update again when it arrives.
Now that I've had this for a couple weeks, and have used it frequently, I have been pleasantly surprised. I own a regular hot tub at my legal residence, but I am renting a house in the town I am working in 300 miles away, so I needed something portable. I did quite a bit of researching before I settled on this Intex model. It comes in 4 large boxes, two of which are heavy enough you will want to get some help lifting. I was impressed with the material used on this tub. Some of the ones I saw at other retailers used a single heavy layer of vinyl, like you would get with an above-ground pool. This is made more like an inflatable boat, with multiple layers of vinyl and what I believe is Hypalon. It was very easy to set up, once I actually read the instructions <DOH!>.Assembling the controls to the pump was a snap, and having the inflator built right into the pump mechanism was a great idea. The tub inflated in maybe 10 minutes. At a 220g. capacity, I had it filled and heating up in less than two hours. It did take a while to get up to temperature. The fill water was about 80F and it took about 15 hours to get to 102F, on a fairly warm and humid evening. I'm 6'1" and had no issues getting in or out of the tub, but folks with shorter legs are going to want some steps to enter and exit. The tub was the perfect size for me, and I was easily able to stretch out to enjoy the pulsations of the jets and the bubble outlets. While this is listed as a 4 person tub, I would say that only 2 fully grown adults would be very comfortable in the space. Mom, Dad and smaller children might be OK, but 4 adults will need some help untangling their legs after a session in the tub. One thing I noticed that might be a caveat for some is that the tub loses temperature very rapidly with the cover off and the jets on. The heater is turned off if you use the jets and in the half-hour session the controls automatically allow I regularly drop from 102F down to 98F. It doesn't other me at all, but others might not be so forgiving. I thought the floating cover was a clever idea, and the snap on straps do hold it on well, as we had so heavy thunderstorm winds blow through, but the cover was well secured. With the cover on, the tub does heat much more quickly and it seems to hold the temperature steady on the mild evenings we've had in our area lately. So while this is not quite as plush, or hold temperature as well as a full-blown hot tub, it certainly is an excellent alternative for those that do not have the location or the funds.
UPDATE - Last fall, the heater failed. Took the tub down, found that the pool itself had water leaking into the air chamber - not a big deal, but required more time to drain the tub. Still had the old controller (from the round tub), so I pulled out the failed heater and installed the one from the controller for the round tub. When I set the unit up this spring, everything was fine (still leaking water into the air chamber though). Tub heated and operated as normal. Last week, we had a power failure again (This is a supply failure, not my house - summer storms). When I tried to restart the tub, it produced an E95 error. This indicates that the water is too hot, but it isn't. The water is air temp, it's just not heating. The pump works, and I can run that all day if I wanted, but it will not heat. Not sure what part failed this time as the temperature reads correct, but there is no heating. Called customer service to ask about design changes that may make any new models work better. I was told that I could purchase a new controller for $300, but they didn't know anything about design changes. I asked to be transferred to a manager that might b e able to help, and they said they are not able to transfer (not just unwilling, unable). So, I will NOT be purchasing another one of these Intex spas. You are better off buying a real hot tub, and saving the trouble of buying a new one of these units every other year.
If this had a heater that heated the water from 75 degrees to 104 in a few hours, that would be the ultimate. Then it would be really portable say for instance a weekend trip somewhere.
The jets are worth it. The bubbles, not so much. The bubble pad is enough of a cushion along with the inflated bottom and feels very soft yet firm footing under the spa. No need for any additional padding. You can fit 4 people, but it's tight, 2 people is very comfortable.