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Hydro-Force 71" x 26" Havana Inflatable Hot Tub Spa EXPIRED

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Walmart has Hydro-Force 71" x 26" Havana Inflatable Hot Tub Spa (2-4 Person) for $197. Shipping is free.

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  • Spa
  • Cover
  • Spa Pump
  • ChemConnect Dispenser
  • Filter Cartridge (VI)
  • Repair Kit
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Looks like a rebranded Coleman by Bestway with a freezing feature other Coleman's don't have.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Hydro-...dsrc=staff
  • Size: 71 in. x 26 in. (1.80 m x 66 cm)
  • Perfect size for up to 4 adults
  • Easy-to-reach digital control panel heats water up to 40˚C (104˚F)
  • The AirJets release warm air into the water, surrounding you with a calming bubble massage
  • DuraPlus™ material is stress tested to offer superior durability and retains its shape no matter how many times it's inflated and deflated
  • Freeze Shield™ automatic heating function protects the pump and liner in cold weather by keeping the temperature just above freezing
  • Spa can be used in cold temperatures above 14˚F (-10˚C) - follow winter use instructions in the user manual to avoid Error codes
  • Power Saving Timer allows you to control the temperature of your spa up to 40 days in advance
  • Reinforced cover holds in heat when the spa isn't in use
  • Integrated water filtration system
  • ChemConnect™ chemical dispenser evenly disperses a stable level of chlorine
  • Fast and easy setup using the included spa pump
  • Spa pump includes cup holders for convenient storage
  • Water Capacity (80%): 177 gal. (669 L)
  • Contents: 1 spa, 1 cover, 1 spa pump, 1 ChemConnect™ dispenser, 1 filter cartridge (VI), 1 repair kit
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Last Edited by Minerva66 December 6, 2020 at 06:17 PM



Californians:
All models inflatable spas have become illegal for sale in California due to the inability to test to an efficiency level established for rigid or soft spas. Liberal nanny state

We wont be able to buy this...
sucks doughnut?

This deal is dead but in case anyone reads this in the future:
1) Setup isn't at all intuitive. I found a video on a similar unit and setup is exactly the same https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3...y&index=26

2) There's a California version of the hot tub, which I bought for $247 on Black Friday https://www.walmart.com/ip/Hydro-...f5a59eef28.
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I think the answer is no, but can the hot tub be put on a wifi outlet so I can control the power via my phone? I have it in my backyard but the motor is close to my neighbor's bedroom window (our houses are only 6' apart) and the sound is annoying overnight. I'd like to be able to turn it on in the morning and off at night without having to manually do it.

I did it manually last night and the temp only went down 13 degrees overnight, which is better than dealing with angry neighbors.
Without the bubbles going it doesn't seem that loud to me. It's not louder than an HVAC unit. Are you sure your neighbor can hear it inside the house?

Whether it's safe or not I am not sure, would have to see if it's safe pulling like 1200W or so and 15A through whatever plug or cord you get. Technically you are supposed to plug it directly into the outlet and not even use an extension cord with it either. However, I can't see why a cord or device rated for the right specs would be an issue.
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Without the bubbles going it doesn't seem that loud to me. It's not louder than an HVAC unit. Are you sure your neighbor can hear it inside the house?

Whether it's safe or not I am not sure, would have to see if it's safe pulling like 1200W or so and 15A through whatever plug or cord you get. Technically you are supposed to plug it directly into the outlet and not even use an extension cord with it either. However, I can't see why a cord or device rated for the right specs would be an issue.
It's right beneath my window and I can hear it pretty well with my windows closed; my neighbors sleep with their window open and complain about everything, so I don't want to give them another reason to complain.

I'm not so worried about using an extension cord, but since the unit has a digital on/off button (vs physical switch), once I turned off power via the wifi outlet I'd have to manually turn on the digital button on the unit in the morning. I don't see any way around doing it manually, unfortunately. Thanks for your reply.
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It's right beneath my window and I can hear it pretty well with my windows closed; my neighbors sleep with their window open and complain about everything, so I don't want to give them another reason to complain.

I'm not so worried about using an extension cord, but since the unit has a digital on/off button (vs physical switch), once I turned off power via the wifi outlet I'd have to manually turn on the digital button on the unit in the morning. I don't see any way around doing it manually, unfortunately. Thanks for your reply.
I actually believe I saw someone mention this type of thing as a "hack" to prevent the 72 hour shut off. Let me see if I can find it.

Here it is: http://involvery.com/lay-z-spa/

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TIP: To STOP your Lazy Spa inflatable hot tub from turning off every 72 hours – plug the hot tub into a timer. Have the timer set to shut off every 23 hours and then turn back on a few minutes later. Problem solved.
We recommend this timer.
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It's located right under the serial number printed on the outside of the spa.
Thanks. It's still in the box until I get some time.


What is a realistic time frame for setup to the first use ?
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phone number for bestway to call them to get the right cover
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Thanks. It's still in the box until I get some time.


What is a realistic time frame for setup to the first use ?
It took about 10 minutes to setup. But then you have to fill it and then wait for it come up to temp at about 2-3 degrees per hour.
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I actually believe I saw someone mention this type of thing as a "hack" to prevent the 72 hour shut off. Let me see if I can find it.

Here it is: http://involvery.com/lay-z-spa/
Thank you, that's really helpful!
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phone number for bestway to call them to get the right cover
does anyone have the phone number to requst right cover thank you
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does anyone have the phone number to requst right cover thank you
This is from Bestway's email...
If you have any questions, contact us at (480)530-0500 (U.S) 418-579-8200 (CAN). Our weekly hours are M-F 8:30am-5:30pm (MST).
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This is from Bestway's email...
If you have any questions, contact us at (480)530-0500 (U.S) 418-579-8200 (CAN). Our weekly hours are M-F 8:30am-5:30pm (MST).
thank you
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I think the answer is no, but can the hot tub be put on a wifi outlet so I can control the power via my phone? I have it in my backyard but the motor is close to my neighbor's bedroom window (our houses are only 6' apart) and the sound is annoying overnight. I'd like to be able to turn it on in the morning and off at night without having to manually do it.

I did it manually last night and the temp only went down 13 degrees overnight, which is better than dealing with angry neighbors.
Not going to be "enough" likely but mine was making an annoying hum... I put a piece of cardboard under the pump unit and it helped greatly.
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I got my inflatable cover today and have it all set up. Definitely better than nothing and the cover isn't sagging in the middle anymore. I am happy with it so far.
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I got my inflatable cover today and have it all set up. Definitely better than nothing and the cover isn't sagging in the middle anymore. I am happy with it so far.
So is it a whole new cover or just an inflatable that goes under our existing cover?
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So is it a whole new cover or just an inflatable that goes under our existing cover?
Just an inflatable that goes under the existing one. I was expecting a whole new cover and was going to call about that before I received it but now that I have it installed I think it's fine. It fits in nicely and seems to do the trick. Should help keep the energy bill down compared to not having one.
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Just an inflatable that goes under the existing one. I was expecting a whole new cover and was going to call about that before I received it but now that I have it installed I think it's fine. It fits in nicely and seems to do the trick. Should help keep the energy bill down compared to not having one.
Dang!!! They pulled the double bait and switch on us!!! OMG

I'm not gonna bother Jessica again, but c'mon man. I guess ultimately I am glad I am getting something sooner rather than having to wait two months. Already got rain coming for 2 days before I get the new cover EEK!
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