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Coleman SaluSpa 71" x 26" Inflatable Spa 4-Person Hot Tub w/ 3 Filters EXPIRED

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VM Express via Google Express has Coleman SaluSpa 71" x 26" Inflatable Spa 4-Person Hot Tub w/ 3 Filter Cartridges on sale for $248.19 when you 'clip' the 15% Off coupon on the product page and apply promo code VMIMEM20 at checkout. Shipping is free. Thanks rsvpd

Alternatively, VM Express via Google Express has Coleman SaluSpa 4 Person Inflatable Hot Tub + Bestway SaluSpa Drink/Snack Holder on sale for $257.50 when you 'clip' the 15% Off coupon on the product page and apply promo code VMIMEM20 at checkout. Shipping is free.
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VM Express via Google Express has extra 15% OFF Coleman inflatable hot tubs. Use VMIMEM20 for an additional 20% OFF. Discount is reflected in checkout. Shipping is free.

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I bought this exact hot tub last year and it's fantastic! You CAN'T leave this up during winter. I had this up all through fall. I live in Indianapolis for reference. It's great for when the weather gets in the 40s at lowest. It can be setup in 15-20mins. The spa pump is used as the air compressor pump to inflate the hot tub. Water takes about 20 minutes to fill. It has a cover that clips down over the top of it. It's a must on in order to get it up to its max 104f. It's extremely relaxing after a hard days work.
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I thought this was an Echo Dot from the thumbnail in the Android app.
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I just replaced my inflatable hot tub with this one. Just got out of it for the first time 30 minutes ago.

I got this hot tub from Walmart on sale for 300 from SlickDeals. I saw it in the stores today for 300 as well.

I use this almost every day. I play sport and when I'm done I use it to stretch and watch a little tv. I use it year around and its in my covered patio.

1. This one is not as big as my last one. I can stretch out but not fully. It can fit 2 people comfortable but that's it. Sure you can fit 4 but no grown adult wants to play footsie.

2. The bottom is a pad. My last one was inflatable bottom. The pad sucks but it looks like its easy to drain so that's a plus.

3. The water level is higher on this one. It's more tall than my last one. That means it sucks for reclining. You basically have to sit up. I might deflate the hot tub so I can lay back and watch tv. I'm 5'10.5". Don't forget the .5 lol

4. I love the filters are on the outside. Also I found you can buy them in bulk from ebay. I'll clean them so I can keep reusing them. Not sure how much i'll use the filters as our water is cheap so I'll just change the water every month.

5. My last tub cost me $1 a day to run. We have cheap electricity also. I would assume its the same.

6. It comes with a color changing light thats pretty cool. I enjoyed it.

7. The bubbles are kinda lame but they do feel good. It's air pushed from the outside. So the more you run bubbles the colder the water gets. I usually don't use it in the winter bc I like to soak and if i ran the bubbles the water would be meh quickly. The bubbles don't really make it around the entire tub. One side is normally stronger.

8. The inflatable is 1 section. My last one was 3 independent sections. This worries me because if you get a hole the entire thing will deflate. Water will leak and maybe ruin the motor. Not sure. Wish it had inflatable sections.



Hot tubs are easy to find on facebook/craigslist. This one could be a good test before you buy a real one. The issue with normal tubs are they are heavy and suck for moving thus making them cheap online for a used one because people want them gone.



**** MAYBE AN ISSUE ****
Day 1 the tub turned off (today). The breaker on the power cable tripped. Maybe it was my dogs? Not sure. Amazon reviews say others have theirs turn off after a few years. We shall see.


*** NOTE ***
I honestly believe these inflatable hot tubs are only good for 1-3 years if you never break it down. My last one lasted 2 years but partly my fault and partly more and more holes started to appear. I also used it almost every single day. The inflatable eventually degrades and gets holes. I patch them as much as I can. Also if your water is not perfect you could get calcium on your impeller as well.
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Nice deal I just bought this from Walmart for 300
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Isn't this just a one season fling then more landfill?
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Anyone able to go through with it? The 20% discount shows over $100 even though the details on the coupon say $100 max
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Anyone able to go through with it? The 20% discount shows over $100 even though the details on the coupon say $100 max
Hi there, I updated OP with the breakdown of the discounts. There are 2 separate offers, that are stacking Smilie
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Hi there, I updated OP with the breakdown of the discounts. There are 2 separate offers, that are stacking Smilie
Ahh I see, awesome thank you!
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I bought this exact hot tub last year and it's fantastic! You CAN'T leave this up during winter. I had this up all through fall. I live in Indianapolis for reference. It's great for when the weather gets in the 40s at lowest. It can be setup in 15-20mins. The spa pump is used as the air compressor pump to inflate the hot tub. Water takes about 20 minutes to fill. It has a cover that clips down over the top of it. It's a must on in order to get it up to its max 104f. It's extremely relaxing after a hard days work.
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Isn't this just a one season fling then more landfill?
Ive had one for 3 years. Empty, deflate, and store in basement. Im about to put it back out. Though filling it can be pricey. Check your water rates.
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How much does it affect your electric bill each month?
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Thanks OP, I was in the market for the slightly larger square version of this inflatable hot tub (after using the round one for about 5 months), and this is the cheapest I have ever seen it after the discounts.

This is my first foray into owning a hot tub and I was surprised how durable and enjoyable this hot tub actually is. I actually keep mine indoors (with some creative ventilation and water collection modifications), and I haven't had any trouble with it. Just beware, the round one is really unusable for any more than 2 people or you will end up with half of the water on the ground.

Here is the one I purchased:

Coleman SaluSpa 4 Person Portable Inflatable Airjet Spa Hot Tub & Drink Holder [google.com], $339.88
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How much does it affect your electric bill each month?
I use mine about 2 times per week and I only heat it up on the days I'm going to use it (it takes about 12 hours to raise from 80° to 102°), but I have only noticed about $15-$20 additional per month in my bill. Of course, if you keep it outdoors in the cold weather and have it heating a lot of the time to keep it at least semi-warm, it's going to get expensive. It is essentially like running a 1500W space heater many hours per day.
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Perfect timing. Just ordered the 6 person, but our California tax was painful..$83.60.
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Thanks OP, I was in the market for the slightly larger square version of this inflatable hot tub (after using the round one for about 5 months), and this is the cheapest I have ever seen it after the discounts.

This is my first foray into owning a hot tub and I was surprised how durable and enjoyable this hot tub actually is. I actually keep mine indoors (with some creative ventilation and water collection modifications), and I haven't had any trouble with it. Just beware, the round one is really unusable for any more than 2 people or you will end up with half of the water on the ground.

Here is the one I purchased:

Coleman SaluSpa 4 Person Portable Inflatable Airjet Spa Hot Tub & Drink Holder [google.com], $339.88
So why did you switch to square? Debating getting one
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Hmm, the pictures of the drink holders don't inspire much confidence. No way would I put full glasses of beer in there.

Speaking of which, are those slices of cucumber, lemon and kiwi in the beer???

https://express.google.com/u/0/pr...06_1699011
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