Inflatable Hot Tubs
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Inflatable hot tubs are the perfect solution for people who love the hot tub experience but don’t have the space or desire for a permanently fixed hot tub or Jacuzzi.
Inflatable hot tubs are conveniently designed to self-inflate on your patio or lawn so you can fill them with hot water, climb inside and enjoy a nice long soak. As well as being used to fill the air pockets of the hot tub structure, the air pump can then be used to blow air into the water, creating a Jacuzzi that you can pick up and carry with you anywhere. Available in a huge variety of colours, styles, and capacity, they are a fun way to entertain family and friends.
Inflatable hot tubs aren’t only fun for adults. If you have children, they’ll love to play in it all day long. And they’re not just a luxury either, a lot of people are finding that after they experience a sports injury, joint or muscle pain, then an hour or two in a hot tub makes them feel a great deal better. Candido Jacuzzi invented his aerated bath as a therapy back in the 1960s as a therapy for people suffering from rheumatoid arthritis. The therapy became so popular that it quickly transformed into a leisure and social activity, which is why hot tubs are so popular today.
As well as being convenient, and easy to set up and put away, inflatable hot tubs are a fraction of the cost of buying, fitting and maintaining a permanent hot tub. If your garden isn’t huge but you like the feeling a Jacuzzi gives you, then an inflatable hot tub is perfect as you can tidy them away when summer’s over. Once they have been emptied, cleaned, dried and put away, provided they are stored according to the manufacturer’s instructions, they should give you years of pleasure every summer.
Most inflatable Jacuzzis take around a thousand litres to fill, which is a metric tonne of water, so it’s not advisable to use them indoors, especially not upstairs. However, when safely placed on a solid floor in the garden they can be set up and filled within a few hours. If you’re heating the water from cold it can take several hours to warm up sufficiently, but once it’s running, your hot tub should cost around £10 per week to keep warm and bubbly.
If you’re intending to set up your hot tub and keep it filled for any length of time, it’s important that you have replacement filters, the manufacturer’s recommended chemical kit and cleaning floater. Our inflatable spas all come with electronic interfaces that control the temperature, bubbles and filtration systems with the touch of a button. Naturally, because the product is inflatable, and accidents happen, there is a wide range of repair kits for your inflatable spa which will fix tears and punctures almost invisibly, meaning that your hot tub stays looking good.