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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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Includes:
  • 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 07:17 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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Have a similar model from Intex and love it, this is a great deal. Set up around Thanksgiving and use until spring. Definitely recommend adding some foam board beneath as others have mentioned for durability, improved energy efficiency, and comfort. How exposed to wind the tub is will definitely impact your energy usage.
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Quote from Carmen1324 :
Probably increases your winter electric bills by 100 a month if you live in the northeast.
This is 100% accurate. My bill went up $50/month in Southern California
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Quote from EricInCT :
I am doing concrete....where does one get a foam board 🤔
You can get big sheets from Lowe's/Home Depot for pretty cheap. This year I'm going to try the foam puzzle flooring to make it easier to store.
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Its very durable and i used it at first on a concrete back porch but concrete gets really warm in summer and cold in winter. I store mine in Plastic bins in the garage during Jan to april its really easy to put up and take down.
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What are the power requirements for this?
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200 is insane for this, these were going for 750 to 900 during the start of covid, you could definitely resell these for a profit if it continues another 6 months. I paid 500 for the nearly exact version of this but Coleman brand 4 years ago and use it atleast once a week.
If you own your home and can afford a permant $9,000 i would definitely go that route. Hell 200 bucks plus you'd have buy about 50 bucks for a few chemicals its definitely worth it.
Yeah I bought 2 colemans from walmart a month ago when they were $230 for a short time. I sold one for 450 so I have $10 in the 2nd one that I kept
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To the people who have used this for more than a year, is it durable enough to use on concrete? And where and how do you store it away?
I have had two of the Saluspa Miami over the past 5+ years. After the first summer I moved it to my garage where all I did was put down some astroturf. I'm lucky to live in a cheap electricity state (Washington), but in the cold part of the state so I can't leave it out in the winter. I leave it up all year by the garage door, so I can open it and it feels more or less outside.

I absolutely love it - and this seems to be a very close copy to the Miami. The only warning I'll give is that it takes a bit of time (took me many months in fact) to correctly figure out the chemical balance. The pandemic made the filters get more expensive, so I use a hosepipe and jet spray clean those things every week. That regular maintenance is essential to avoid bathing in a swamp.
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How warm does it get when it is cool out? (30-40 degrees)
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does it say anywhere if it runs on 120V?
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.... How are the jets?
0-9, 4th in NFC East
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Time machine or no?
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I've considered this for my basement but I think all the humidity would lead to mold.

Been there, done that. Yes we loved having it in the basement, yes it left moisture and mold everywhere, yes the landlord kicked us out of our townhome when he found out we had it, lol.
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Probably increases your winter electric bills by 100 a month if you live in the northeast.
In Minnesota first month in 8 person tub was only $12.00. Not as much as you would think. It was very cold the first month I think April I think there were a few snowflakes flying. I believe that was a partial month but still not as bad as expected. I should report that we are right now in the process of moving it into our garage from our patio due to it not being able to retain heat outside with 30 - 40 degree weather.
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does it say anywhere if it runs on 120V?
None of these units are 240v. They are all standard 110 - 120v outlets. You have a very short cord due to this. And it can cause issues on high stressed circuits. We had issues running anything extra on the circuit ours was plugged into.
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How warm does it get when it is cool out? (30-40 degrees)
If you get to 30 - 40 for overnight lows you can get it to full temp outside usually 104. If you are talking those values for highs you will not likely be able to achieve much more than warm bath water which my wife was very upset about. Moving the hot tub to the garage today or tomorrow. Just also added a heater to my garage as well to maintain 40 degree minimum temp.
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