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Intex 85in PureSpa Portable Bubble Massage Spa Set

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85 in / 6-Person
Portable Bubble Massage Spa Set
Brand Intex
Color Tan/White
Item Weight 95.7 Pounds
Material Vinyl
Voltage 120

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  • Seating capacity: 6 people
  • Built-in hard water system softens the water, making it more refreshing on your skin
  • Water capacity: 290 gallons; Water temperature range: 68-104 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Approximate inflated inner/outer diameter: 65” /85”, height: 28”
  • Includes: spa, insulated cover, heating/filtration/air blower/hard water system, two filter cartridges, thermal ground cloth, inflation hose, carry bag, floating chlorine dispenser, and 3-way test strips.Not recommended for use in freezing temperatures

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PureSpa 6-Person Bubble Massage Spa PureSpa Bubble Massage Spa
Seating Capacity 6 4
Water Capacity 290 gallons 210 gallons
Shape Round Round
Jets 140 Bubble Jets 120 Bubble Jets
Jet Pump - -
Heater 1,300W ~ 1°-2°F/hr 1,300W ~ 2°-3°F/hr
Flow Rate 460 gal/hour 460 gal/hour
Bubble Air Blower 1.1 hp ~ 110-120V 1.1 hp ~ 110-120V
Built-In Hard Water Treatment System
Chlorine System Floating chlorine dispenser included Floating chlorine dispenser included

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Customer Rating 4.1 out of 5 stars (3533) 4.3 out of 5 stars (2006) 4.3 out of 5 stars (794) 4.4 out of 5 stars (148) 4.2 out of 5 stars (889)
Price $1,877.00 $719.99 $549.99 $1,199.95 $599.99
Sold By FAMILY WHOLESALE Spreetail Spreetail SYNERGY SALES GROUP Starship Toys
Item Dimensions 85 x 85 x 28 inches 0 x 0 x 0 inches 0 x 0 x 0 inches 0 x 0 x 0 inches 85 x 85 x 28 inches
Item Weight 95.70 lbs 102.21 lbs 0.00 ounces 108.59 lbs

Product Description

Catch up with a couple friends while relaxing in heated water, surrounded by soothing bubble jets. The PureSpa becomes a relaxing outlet for up to six people at the touch of a button. Made with an innovative Fiber-Tech Construction, this PureSpa will bring the feel of luxury to any space for years to come. Fiber-Tech Construction, which is comprised of thousands of high-strength polyester fibers, provides enhanced comfort, stability, and support. Unlike traditional vinyl inner-beam construction, high-strength polyester fibers do not stretch over time, resulting in superior and long-lasting durability. Plus, the easy-to-use control panel activates the 140 high-powered bubble jets surrounding the interior of the spa for a refreshing massage. The heating system adjusts to fit your personal temperature preference allowing a stress-free spa experience. And all of our PureSpa models feature a built-in hard water treatment system that works to soften the water in your spa which makes water gentler on skin, providing a more refreshing experience. The PureSpa provides simple maintenance with two easy-to-replace filter cartridges for clean refreshing spa water. 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.

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Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on December 4, 2016
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5.0 out of 5 stars How to\Not to frankentub :)
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on December 4, 2016
So I purchased this tub after reading several reviews, planning on frankentubing it :) I wanted to describe my trials and tribulations, and what I found worked best (for me). I'll say in preface, even though I purchased the tub on sale for 300, I would have just purchased the tub (minus control unit, heater, etc) direct as a 'replacement' from Intex and saved some money if planning to do this from the beginning...

For one, I initially purchased an L7 Eccotemp thinking I'd get better heating performance than the L5. I live in Michigan, and it gets cold in the winter...figured I'd need the extra BTU. However, as the reviews state quite a bit on the L7, it has difficulties staying lit, lighting, and is just finicky in general... so I ended up getting an L5 (which worked ideally in the long run, see below).

I see quite a few people getting a flojet pump as recommended by the manufacturer. I did initially, and it did push quite a bit of water, but it was quite noisy, and having to have a voltage converter, and box to protect everything, kind of made things messy... In the end I went with an Intex 1000 GPH pump. I figured based on the gph rating it'd push more water.. it pushes much less, but it does push enough to make the L5 happy. It also has filter built in to protect the L5 (and prevent needing to use filter\heater\pump that comes with the spa), runs off 120v, and has GFCI plug on it... and it's so quiet.. even more so than the pump that comes with the spa... most the time I have to lean over the deck to hear if it's still on.....

So my setup is this... from the drain of the spa (which leaked a bit using the hose converter adapter that comes with, so replaced with beefier o-ring and caulked up), to the intex 1000gph, to the L5, then through hose back to the spa. I used it when it was 50-60 out, and raised temps a degree every 3-4 minutes. We'll see how it does when it really starts to get cold (in the next week here, I'll post an update), but that's still far better and cheaper than built in pump... I just leave it off now...

Now here is the kicker... the L5 has an on off switch on the bottom (none of the other eccotemps do). This is handy when hitting the 20 minute auto shutoff on these units as you can turn it off\on quick and restart the time. HOWEVER.. I got creative... I cut the leads from the switch, and ran them to an insteon I\O link module to tie into my home automation system. I also have a temperature sensor tied in to monitor water temp. I keep the Intex pump running 24\7. This will prevent both pump and eccotemp from freezing during winter, and continuous filtering of the water, and will cost $10-$15 a month at most to run. Then it will just be propane costs which will be substantially less than electricity, but will update after a couple months on that as well. Then the home automation will turn the l5 on when the temp gets too low (currently set at 60 degrees) and if for some reason the system fails and it gets below 55, will email me and ring a siren alert in my house. I have a button on my wall (and phone) to enable 'hot tub time' which will run the eccotemp until it gets to 105-106 degrees (hotter than built in pump would get anyways). Also will cycle the heater off\on at the 19 minute mark for me to keep the eccotemp running past the autoshutoff. I put the i\o linc in a waterproof box, and may also put in the box a 3v power adapter ran to replace the batteries in the L5. then the only worry is enough propane. after I see how much I use this year, I may just get a bigger tank to run the whole winter on for next year. I also put pipe insulation on the pipes to help prevent heat loss with the pump pumping all the time... that is my only concern at this point. If you live in a warmer climate, the insulation and keeping the pump running all the time would be less of a concern.

rough parts list:
Eccotemp L5
Intex 1000GPH filter pump (since replaced with Intex 2500GPH filter)
propane tank
various adapters from hardware store to go from intex pump to l5, and pump to drain adapter. These consisted of 2 of each:
1 1\4" barbed to 1" MIP plastic adapter
1" FIP to 3\4" MIP brass adapter
3\4" FIP to 3\4" female hose adapter
(added pipe insulation, and 2" foam board for under the cover)

Home automation parts list:
Insteon I\O linc
Insteon 2441th remote thermostat
Insteon 2443A3 waterproof temperature sensor
something to control all the above :)


I've since added a 100lb LP tank so I don't have to refill as often. I've also upgraded the pump to the Intex 2500.. the 1000 and 1500 didn't seem to appease the L5 on a consistent basis with pressure. This will put my electricity cost at about $25\month (though in warmer weather I won't be running it constant like in winter). I've also added a 2" round foam board under the cover for insulation, created a insulation 'box' for the pump, and insulated the hoses.... I added a 3v power adapter to replace the batteries so don't need batteries anymore. I added a foam board 'wind shield' around the L5 for windy weather, I'll probably make this look a bit better once we have warmer weather...

In Michigan winter weather (22 degrees F), I lost about 10-15 degrees a day in the tub (I keep it between 60-75 when not in use). If I turn the system\L5 on for 10-15 minutes a day, it raises it the 10-15 degrees I lose. Better than running electric constantly (I tried it, it would be on constant heat to keep the tub up to temp, huge electricity bill). All in all, a bit of work and a about doubled my cost of the tub, but for 600 bones I now have an efficient, nice\cheap hot tub that works great. As a bonus, I'm not limited to the 104 degrees limit of the out of box system (I find I like it around 106). So $25 for electricity, and about $20 for gas a month in 22 degree F weather, $45 to keep tub going. not too shabby... Better than the $145\month + for electricity :)
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Doug F.
4.0 out of 5 stars Great for the price
Reviewed in Canada 🇨🇦 on December 6, 2018
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4.0 out of 5 stars Heats up slow, loses heat fast
Reviewed in Canada 🇨🇦 on May 21, 2019
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G. Gravel
2.0 out of 5 stars Terrible after sale service from INTEX
Reviewed in Canada 🇨🇦 on June 17, 2014
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3.0 out of 5 stars No le servía un filtro y fuga de aire
Reviewed in Mexico 🇲🇽 on April 30, 2020
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3.0 out of 5 stars No le servía un filtro y fuga de aire
Reviewed in Mexico 🇲🇽 on April 30, 2020
Su diseño es muy robusto, tiene buenas funciones como la programación de temperatura (debes tener en cuenta que el consumo eléctrico para calentar el agua es de 1300 watts por hora, como referencia un calentador eléctrico para interiores de aceite consume 1500 watts por hora) La función de burbujas es muy agradable, el ruido que genera al activarlas es el que se espera, la tapa aislante funciona muy bien, el problema con el que recibí es que el sistema de uno de los dos filtros no servía, no succionaba de modo que no filtraba lo que ocasionaba que el otro filtro hiciera todo el trabajo y obviamente tardaba mucho en limpiarse el agua. Además tenía una fuga interna de aire el cual se iba al sistema de bombeo generando el código de error E90 "No hay flujo de agua"
Si lo compras te aconsejo que estés pendiente de todas sus funciones, que todo funcione correctamente. Respecto a la garantía, no te preocupes tienes 30 de garantía directamente con Amazon. En mi caso lo devolví y como era defecto de fabricación me reintegraron todo lo que pague. Excelente servicio como siempre de parte de Amazon.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great tub for the money.
Reviewed in Canada 🇨🇦 on December 21, 2019
Size: 85 in / 6-PersonStyle: Portable Bubble Massage Spa SetVerified Purchase