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Bestway SaluSpa Miami Inflatable Hot Tub, 4-Person AirJet Spa

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  • Enjoy the ultimate spa experience: receive total relaxation when you slip into this soothing portable hot tub after an exhausting day. 120 bubble jets soak sore muscles for a luxurious treat.
  • Dimensions: 71" W x 26" H | Inner Size: 52" W | Cord length: 9 feet
  • Operate from inside the hot tub: The digital control panel lets you change the water temperature (up to 104 degrees Fahrenheit) and flow of the jets without stepping out of the tub. A power saving timer can even automate the temperature of the spa up to 72 hours in advance; Disclaimer: This spa cannot be used in temperatures less than 39 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Superior strength and durability: The puncture-resistant tri-tech material and I-beam construction ensures your hot tub never loses its shape and stability even when people sit on the side walls.
  • Simple setup and maintenance: no extra tools are needed to setup This portable spa. Simply inflate and deflate with the spa's own pump! A cover comes with to provide safety, maintain the water's warm temperature, and keep the water Clean from debris, such as rain or Leaves.
  • Made for on-the-go usage: with lift handles, the spa can be moved around with ease. This spa deflates compactly for optimal storage and transportation purposes.

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The Original Premium Portable Spa. As a leading manufacturer of the inflatable, portable hot tub, Bestway has become an industry staple that consumers know and trust. From innovation to style, Bestway leads the market with timeless prints and effective massage systems. Using durable materials, these spas come in many different sizes, accommodating solo use, a relaxing night for couples or fun group experiences. Everyone deserves to have a relaxing way to unwind right in their own backyard.Sink into the warm, bubbling SaluSpa Miami AirJet to relax, unwind and lounge around after a long, hard day! Soothing Massage System: The AirJet bubbles are released from the bottom of the spa to create a warm, bubbling hot tub environment. These soothing bubbles will help you relax and unwind. Durable Construction: This spa’s inflatable walls are made of durable, puncture-resistant, UV-resistant Tritech material to prevent damage and to retain its shape no matter how many times it is inflated and deflated. The Miami spa comes with a reinforced cover with safety clips for extra insulation. Contents: This spa set also comes with a pump that inflates it, heats it up, runs filtration and controls the massage system, along with a ChemConnect chemical dispenser. The ChemConnect dispenser maintains clean, healthy water by providing a stable level of chlorine that is evenly dispersed throughout the spa.

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Reviewed in the United States on January 5, 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars Ive looked at this hot tub for two years and compared others and happy I ordered-update
By Esmeralda344 on January 5, 2019
I have had the SaluSpa Miami AirJet Inflatable Hot Tub for a month now and am happy. I have been looking at this particular hot tub for two years now and finally ordered it. I've looked at others and have looked at reviews for all and I decided that this was what I wanted to go with. Time will tell on how long it will last but I thought I would get a few initial impressions out there. It is larger than I expected and fits 2 people easily. I would not put any more adults in this tub except maybe a third but leg room would become uncomfortable after this.
I am happy with the 104-degree temperature. It is hot and I feel immediately soothed and relaxed. I was not expecting it to feel this warm because the reviews said it would not get extremely hot but it is hot enough for my husband and I. I live in a warmer climate and have it outdoors on a wood platform between it and the cement and it is protected under a balcony. It has stayed 104 consistently even in chillier temperatures around 42-50 degrees. It has dropped to strangely cold temps here a few days and it still does great and keeps it up. This is not designed for climates that are consistently under 40 degrees.
Set up was fairly easy and I pulled up some videos on the website by looking up Miami Jet. I am very happy it has a nice cover and the hot tub inflates itself with the heat pump provided. I have the chemicals needed and am finding it easy enough to maintain and not entirely difficult to understand. I ordered a chemical kit that had the necessities. I have wanted this tub for two years and I am actually happier then I thought I would be. The bottom is comfortable and thicker than expected. Its really quite nice and we have had company enjoy it as well. It surpasses my expectations at this point. I will continue to update in the following months.
Update- I have had this hot tub for several months now and my husband and I use it daily and sometimes more than one a day on the weekends (morning, afternoon, night) The bubbles are fantastic and the temp is quite hot. 104 is hot. I am so happy and thankful we have this. It is easy to take care of with chemicals and the filters are easy to change. We take the cover off together usually but its decently easy to take it off by myself and put it back on. So nice.
Update- we have had it for over half of a year and we use it every single day. It’s easy to care for and I use Bromine instead of clorine. I read Bromine withstands heat better.
Update- at the 9 month mark the hot tub heater began to leak. This has a full one year warranty and I was assisted with the issue quickly. Iwould buy this tub again. I still use it every single day as does my husband.
Update- if you ever get an Eo2 reading you may need to change the impeller. This is easy enough and it is called the active aqua impeller 400 gph. I used this on the old pump that was leaking and fixed it.
They do not fix parts on pumps. They send out a new pump if yours breaks under warranty. I fixed the internal part myself by watching a few YouTube videos. Just a heads up if it's outside of warranty.
Update two years now- we moved and brought the hot tub with us. It survived and we are still using it every night. It's even better this time of year when it's cold. We would order again.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Redneck hot tub - UPDATED due to new model
By Richard Elgar on October 12, 2015
I've had this for a solid couple of months now, so probably a good time to evaluate it. I'm going to start out by noting that this is the third one that I bought over the summer. The other two had slow, and not so slow punctures, so I returned both of them after a little bit of use, and I've been using this one since the middle of August.

I've used it pretty much every night. I've had a visitor use it, and my son has done too. It's a decent size for me and an eight year old, and I guess if you knew the folks, or wanted to, you could get in with 2 others, but you'd be in contact.

As you can see from the photos, I decided to create a bit of a platform for it. That's because the small patch of lawn I have is very hilly/ bumpy, and I wanted a more level pool.

So the good things you can probably get from the other reviews. I've loved using it, and am now thinking of moving it into my garage for the winter - I enjoy using it, but it will go below freezing soon enough and I know that the pump can't handle that!

The things I've learned are hard to find information on but here's what I got.

1. I'm still not sure about balancing the chemicals. I used bromine tablets, used something at the start to supposedly produce a bromine reserve, but every time I've measured the chemicals using a test strip, it registers almost no bromine. I don't know what to do about that.

2. Probably related to that - despite using bromine, a bromide solution as above, clarifying solution and cleaning the filters regularly, the water still went cloudy and then foamy. The first time it was after about 6 weeks, the second time after 2 weeks. Both times I was tempted to apply a shock treatment, but instead just drained the water to start again. When I refill the pool in the garage I'll try to be more on the chemicals, but it just may be that I need to just change the water every two or three weeks, especially if it's used as much as I use it!

3. I don't know if it's connected, but the punctures both appeared after I pumped the hot tub up quite a lot. Maybe it's better if it's not too rigid. Like I say, I don't know if it's connected, but slightly less pressure in the tub now and I haven't had a leak!

4. To inflate the tub you use the same pump that you use for bubbles. If you need to inflate it at all later, it's a real pain to disconnect, inflate, and reconnect. I found it way easier to use a plug in inflator - something like [[ASIN:B0140KTEQ6 120 Volt AC Portable Electric Air Pump for Mattress Inflatables with Three Nozzles]],

5. I also used hot water from the house to fill the tub up. Personally, I think next time I'll just fill it up from the hose and allow the 2 days for it to heat up (which is how long it took here in eastern WA, even in the summer).

6. The final thing I learned was...well actually I didn't learn this. I expected it, and it was true. It is brilliant to just sit in the hot tub looking up at the stars. When I was there with my son we saw the meteor showers this summer, and generally this works well and provides an excellent experience for around 10% or less than the cost of a 'real' hot tub. It's a bit redneck, but I'm OK with that and I haven't regretted buying it for a second!

***UPDATE OCTOBER 2016
So, I kept the hot tub in my garage, and it has given pretty much flawless service. I started using a non-chlorine shock treatment on a more regular basis, kept an eye on the bromine tablets, and subsequently have been getting a month or more between water changes. Quite happy about that. So happy in fact, that at the end of the season, when the price of the spas went down, I bought another one to keep in reserve. What I did not know at the time was that the model has been updated, and there is one quite significant change.

The new hot tub is shallower. I'm 6'3" so that is not fantastic as far as I'm concerned, although I can deal with it! It's probably going to be better for kids and people who aren't that tall. Another change is that the walls of the hot tub are thinner - not the material, but the distance between the outside and the water. This means that although it's shallower, there's more leg room in the tub, making it more comfortable I guess when you have more than one person in the tub.

They've also updated the heater. I only used the basic functions, but it does seem to have a couple of updated features. Another thing I noticed is that the power cord is now thicker. That's probably a good thing! It's still highly recommended...but...the one I received didn't do so well on its test run. One of the connections between the heater and the pool (that goes to a filter) was a little askew, which meant that it was a real PITA to attach. Really quite difficult to get it tight enough that it wouldn't leak. Also, the bottom surface of the one I received wasn't properly glued to the base of the tub, so it kind of filled with air. I spoke to Bestway about this, and they have told me that they will replace the tub. I'll update this review as needed.

*** UPDATE SEPTEMBER 2018
So it finally died over the summer - in June or July, meaning that I got just under 3 years use out of it, at least every other day, probably more like 3 out of 4 days, meaning that it was used hundreds of times. I don't regret buying it for a second, but I wish I had been able to repair the tiny hole that appeared. It was on a seam so the vinyl patch wouldn't work, and I couldn't make vinyl repair glue work either. So, I started using the one that I mention above that I bought in October 2016 for a very reasonable price (yes, it was sitting in my garage for almost 2 years).

The new one is a bit shallower as I mention above, but it seems (although I may be wrong) that the internal dimensions are slightly larger because the walls of the tub are thinner. The new heater seems a little more intuitive, but more importantly, the connections are bit easier to make between the tubes from the heater and the water circulator and the tub itself. My one complaint that I don't think I mentioned above in my review was just how ridiculously hard it was to unscrew and screw back in all the connecting tubes when you change the water (you have to do that otherwise there is no easy way to drain the water). It was really cumbersome, especially in the winter when it was a bit chilly in my unheated garage, and it was way to easy to strip the threads, meaning I needed to use plumbing tape). I hated it, and it always took much longer to do. But no more. The new connections sit slightly further out, and so far it has been remarkably easy to change the water, which I haven't done loads because...

...yeah, it turns out that using a shock treatment in the tub helps keep the water clearer. And also, cleaning the filters every few days. I should probably even do that every other day. So far what I've been doing is hosing the filters thoroughly, and that seems to get rid of all the accumulated stuff. I will change the filters every 2 months or so in the summer, but probably more frequently in the winter when the snow and cold weather makes it harder to hose those down.

I'll add a photo when I get a chance of the new one in the garage. It's still highly recommended in my view!

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After about 3 weeks of use I am very happy with my purchase. Was easy to set up. Maintains a temperature of between 38 and 40 celcius. Great for just the wife and myself.
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