SaluSpa Hawaii HydroJet Pro Inflatable Hot Tub
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- Advanced HydroJet massage system.Thick insulated top cover
- Fast, easy set up - inflates using the spa's pump - NO tools needed
- Rapid-heating and water-filtration system. Max. Heat Capability: 104°F
- 4-6 Person Capacity
- Inflated Size: 71" x 28" ; 177 gal. Water Capacity
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From the manufacturer
The Lay-Z-Spa Hawaii features 8 adjustable HydroJets as well as soothing bubble jets for whatever mood you are in.
The Lay-Z-Spa Hawaii has a built-in saltwater system as well as a hard water treatment system.
Digital Control Panel
The Lay-Z-Spa Hawaii features a Digital Control Panel with an automatic Start/Stop timer-controlled heating system. Just set the temperature you desire and activate the Lay-Z-HydroJet System for a relaxing and comfortable spa experience.
Superior Strength and Durability
The Lay-Z-Spa Hawaii’s puncture resistant exterior is made with a TriTech 3-ply reinforced material, featuring a polyester mesh core encased in two layers of PVC, for extra strength and durability.
|Item Dimensions||28 x 71 x 71 inches|
|Shipping Weight||164 pounds|
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Pamper yourself in the warm, soothing water of the Hawaii HydroJet Pro Inflatable Hot Tub. With its 8 adjustable hydrojets, soothing bubble jets and digital control panel, a relaxing massage is available at the touch of a button. Suitable for up to 6 people. This versatile spa can easily be set-up either indoors or outdoors within minutes, requiring no tools or professional installation. Conveniently inflates using the spa's pump. This portable spa also features a Lay-Z-Massage system, water filtration system, a built-in salt water system and a rapid heating system giving you everything you look for in a standard hot tub at an affordable price. The built-in hard water treatment system makes water gentler on skin for a soothing experience. Additional features include: a cushioned floor with convenient drain valve and 2 easy-lift handles. The Lazy-Z-Spa Hawaii also comes supplied with a leatheroid cover with double safety lock clips and built-in air chamber for insulation, a set up and maintenance guide DVD, a filter cartridge, pressure gauge and a chemical floater. This spa provides simple maintenance with 2 easy-to-replace filter cartridges for clean refreshing spa water. Replacement filters sold separately. Dimensions of inflated spa: 71" x 28". Technical Specs: Water Capacity (80%): 210 gal.; Operates on 120V household current; Rating: 110-120V 60Hz, 12A at 68 DegreeF; Rapid heating system: Approx. 2-3 DegreeF/h. Enjoy the endless relaxation possibilities with the Lay-Z-Spa Hawaii.
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Delivery: the first one we ordered got 'lost' in transit. I think some truck driver in Indiana is probably kicking back in it right now. Amazon reps were very helpful though. We got some compensation for the delay and the tub arrived a week later via Pilot Freight. Came in on a pallet and in total weighs about 200 lb (according to the manifest). it came in a large carton containing two smaller boxes. One was primarily for the pump and the other for the inflatable tub.
Setup: moving the contents to the setup site took a while. I recommend a hand cart or furniture dolly as the pump unit especially is quite heavy. The first step is to inflate the insert for the insulated top. Everything you need is included. You use the pump unit and an air hose. Takes about 2 minutes. Next step is to lay out the thin thermal mat that goes underneath the tub. Then connect the air hose to the tub itself. There's a pressure gauge that goes between so you know when to stop inflating.
Filling: filling is easy using a garden hose. Time depends on water pressure but took us an hour or so. There's a minimum and maximum line on the inside of the tub. I recommend keeping to the minimum for a couple of reasons. I'll explain why later!
Salinating: autocorrect changed it to salivating but that would be gross! We have not used chlorine or bromine tabs so far. We used regular old sodium chloride (granulated salt), about 2 kg or 4.4 lb. The built in chlorinator converts the salt to chlorine. It's much better for your skin (my daughter has a chlorine sensitivity) and you feel much lighter with all the salt! The timing for the chlorinator can be set to 3, 5 or 8 hours. I recommend turning it on overnight.
Testing/chemicals: we used Nature2 testing strips to check the MPS, alkalinity and pH of the water. We used Nature2 non-chlorine shock to manage the MPS level. We are still working on finding the right balance. We have also used calcium carbonate to increase pH and we had to use a little defoaming agent after a few days of bubbles.
Soaking: the fun part! We couldn't wait for it to get up to 104F/40C (assume about 2°F temperature increase per hour) so we got in at 95, which was a bit low but still nice. I'm 6'4" but the other family members are more vertically challenged. I found the water level very comfortable for me, but the girls felt at risk of going under. I have since invested in a couple of Intex spa chairs (basically booster seats) which sit at the bottom and should do the trick. The heater cannot be used at the same time as the air bubbles or the water jets but we have found that the temperature stays pretty stable for at least a half hour or so after the heater is turned off. Max temp is 104F/40C. But beware: there is an overflow valve on the outside of the tub near the pump inlet. This valve is closed when the bubbles or jets are on, but open when off. So, if you just want to soak in the tub and listen to the sounds of nature or the TV or whatever, remember Archimedes. You will displace a certain amount of water when you are in the tub, and if you have a similar experience to me, you could end up with several gallons of water leaking silently through the overflow valve and onto your floor. Not a problem if the tub is outside but most definitely a potential issue that is not talked about in the user manual!
Maintenance: as we have only had it for a week, we have not changed the water or filters yet, so I can't really comment on that aspect. Some dirt and scum does build up from, well, people in the tub, so I definitely recommend a pre-soak shower. Wiping around the edge every couple of days helps keep things clean. I've ordered a "scumball" to help out with this. We have added MPS, pH-up and defoamer as needed but the water still feels good. I expect to have to change the water completely every month or two. We'll see.
Summary: overall, very satisfied. Still getting the hang of the water quality but very much enjoying the tub so far. Great family time and fun for having friends over. Plus, about 10-20% the cost of a permanent tub.
03/26/17 pump died and waiting on replacement. Is going to take about you weeks. Only good thing is that customer service was great much better than with a previous Spa company.
Almost July and still waiting on part. Don't buy.