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Intex PureSpa 4 Person Hot Tub $299.99

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Vminnovations.com [vminnovations.com] has Intex PureSpa 4 Person Home Inflatable Portable Heated Bubble Round Hot Tub for $299.99 after Coupon Code: SPA1001
  • Pampering yourself is easy with the soothing high-powered jets that give you the ultimate spa experience
  • Built-in hard water treatment system makes water gentler on skin, clothes and the entire spa system
  • Ready for water in about 20-minutes and can be deflated for easy storage or transport
  • Provides relaxation at the touch of a button for up to 4 people with the easy-to-use control panel
  • Includes spa tub, cover, ground cloth, test strips, setup wrench, headrest, filter pump, and filter cartridge
  • Lean your head back on the included headrests and enjoy the multi-colored LED light system
  • Outer?material: Three-ply laminated material
  • Indoor/outdoor: Outdoor
  • Shape: Round
  • Maximum occupancy: 4 people
  • Maximum temperature: 104 degrees F
  • Number of jets: 140
  • Amperage: 13 amps
  • Features: Inflatable, easy-to-use control panel, temperature control, pump info display, built-in lighting, and included headrests
  • Height: 28 inches
  • Depth: 58 inches
  • Width: 58 inches
  • Capacity: 210 gallons
  • What's included: Tub, cover, ground cloth, test strips, setup wrench, headrest, filter pump, and filter cartridge
  • Filter/pump included:?Yes
  • Cover included:?Yes
  • Steps?included:?No
  • Color: Blue
  • Interior dimensions (L x W x H): 58 x 58 x 28 inches
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Can you run heat and bubbles at same time
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How long do these last on average? Asking because we've had a hot-tub for probably 15+ years... and it's the hard plastic type kind. It began to leak after some years... so I'm just wondering what the longevity of something inflatable would be
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How long do these last on average? Asking because we've had a hot-tub for probably 15+ years... and it's the hard plastic type kind. It began to leak after some years... so I'm just wondering what the longevity of something inflatable would be
My bro in law bought a Intex about 4 years ago and I was impressed. Keeps it tarped in summer/winter. We are in California so no freezing temps. No problems from what I hear.
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How much would this raise an electric bill?
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Purchased one, thanks OP - My parents just completed a 900$+ repair on a standard hot tub, that was enough reason for me to go the cheaper route. If it lasts anymore than 2 years -> worth every penny.
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How much would this raise an electric bill?
A lot. Depending on how often you run it, expect easily an additional 20 to 40 bux a month (depending on your state, I'm in Cali but have solar thankfully).
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How long do these last on average? Asking because we've had a hot-tub for probably 15+ years... and it's the hard plastic type kind. It began to leak after some years... so I'm just wondering what the longevity of something inflatable would be
1 year weathered.
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Can you run heat and bubbles at same time
No you cannot
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Please note that "time machine is not include"

Given that I'll still need to procure one, this ruins the deal for me.
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This can't keep temperature under 40°. In warmer seasons, daytime temperature/sun would increase inflation such that it would let air out. Then, at night, it's partially deflated.

I don't recommend this at all.
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That's one expensive tarp
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Can this be used in winter? What's the low temp?
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I'm on the fence with these. I think around ~$200 and I would bite. I think if you go into this with the right expectations, it would definitely be worth it depending on the climate you live in. Even if it only lasted a couple seasons with potential patches/repairs.
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140 jets?!
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