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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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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.
I just priced out sheets yesterday. 1 inch thick 4 x 8 $10.00 a sheet. 2 inch thick 4 x 8 $20.00 a sheet. 3 inch think 4 x 8 $30.00 a sheet.
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Would get one, but not sure I have the testicular fortitude to climb out of this thing dripping wet in freezing temps.
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how do these hold up against pets? I get a super aggressive dog that rips up everything will probably tear this up but what about a dog that won't bite it but might try to jump on it. Will it hold up?
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When I lived in VA Beach, I had a similar one. I left it out and used it all winter. I did the same thing when I just lived in RI. Perfect for living in base housing, when getting a real one just isn't practical.

In VA I had it on a concrete slab, with 1/4" rubber sheeting under it.

I RI i framed up a small platform with some 2x6's to keep it off the ground. And then I actually used some old Emergency "space" blankets that I placed underneath to reflect the heat back up. It seemed to work.

Never had any issues in the winter if I left it plugged in. If the power went out, then it would take a couple of days for it to heat all the way back up.

I'm tempted to get one of these and put it on the roof of my current place. Not too tacky for the mideast you think? I'm sure the neighbors won't mind....
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how do these hold up against pets? I get a super aggressive dog that rips up everything will probably tear this up but what about a dog that won't bite it but might try to jump on it. Will it hold up?
That was the one problem forgot to mention that I had with my old one. My dalmatian, popped a few small holes once when he jumped in. A few small patches and it was good to go again.
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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.
Can you use an extension cord, is there a certain quality to prevent problems?
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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.
What heater did you use for the garage?
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I recently purchased the Coleman version of this a few months ago when it was on sale for $200. Highly recommended for anyone at this price. Put it outside on my concrete patio, and I bought some half-inch thick exercise mats to put underneath for comfort. Fairly easy for one person to set up.

I live in the South so it doesn't get extremely cold. For conserving electricity, if I wanted to use the tub that evening, I would start it up that morning, Took about 8-9 hours to get from 72 to 100 degrees, but could easily get to 102 in that time.

I will tell you that the motor for the jets can be fairly loud. Maybe not loud enough to piss off the neighbors, but if you're trying to have a relaxing evening and maybe an intimate conversation, you're going to have to be speaking fairly loudly. The jets are also feel a little bit "cold" as they're just air being pushed through a tube, but it's not bad at all.

It will seat two adults somewhat comfortably. Four adults ain't happening unless personal space and frequent skin-to-skin contact with someone other than your SO is a greenlight for you (kudos).

Overall, I love it. Time will tell if it will hold up, but for $200, it was well worth the investment and turned the impossible (spending thousands on buying and install a real hot tub) into a cheap reality. It will impress absolutely no one, but it will definitely scratch the itch.


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I own the Coleman version of this and live in Colorado it raised the electric bill between 15 to 25 bucks a month, also i would not recommend using it during the months of January to March, They are really easy to take down and put back out they take about 24 hours to heat up. They are very good alternative and less expensive to permanent hot tubs. I really enjoy it and have had my Coleman now for almost 4 years.
Could you elaborate on why you recommend taking it down during those months in particular? March threw me for a loop. Excessive rain?
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I have seen other inflatable hot tubs. This one says it has bubble for the Jets. Do others have stronger jets? Has anyone used this one and can comment on how the bubble jets are?
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Does anyone know if this will ship to California? The last inflatable hot tub deal I missed out since I couldn't get it shipped. I have a friend who o could ship it to, so want to be ready
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I recently purchased the Coleman version of this a few months ago when it was on sale for $200. Highly recommended for anyone at this price. Put it outside on my concrete patio, and I bought some half-inch thick exercise mats to put underneath for comfort. Fairly easy for one person to set up.

I live in the South so it doesn't get extremely cold. For conserving electricity, if I wanted to use the tub that evening, I would start it up that morning, Took about 8-9 hours to get from 72 to 100 degrees, but could easily get to 102 in that time.

I will tell you that the motor for the jets can be fairly loud. Maybe not loud enough to piss off the neighbors, but if you're trying to have a relaxing evening and maybe an intimate conversation, you're going to have to be speaking fairly loudly. The jets are also feel a little bit "cold" as they're just air being pushed through a tube, but it's not bad at all.

It will seat two adults somewhat comfortably. Four adults ain't happening unless personal space and frequent skin-to-skin contact with someone other than your SO is a greenlight for you (kudos).

Overall, I love it. Time will tell if it will hold up, but for $200, it was well worth the investment and turned the impossible (spending thousands on buying and install a real hot tub) into a cheap reality. It will impress absolutely no one, but it will definitely scratch the itch.
Also bought one, this is a great, very accurate review. Btw, are you using chlorine or bromine? Anything else as chems. The chlorine smell and vapors are strong when the bubbles are on.
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So do most people leave this thing filled with water and plugged in 24/7 ?
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Will it ship to Ca? Will it be in in store item or online order?
Walmart had the similar Coleman version on sale ( but not this cheap) last year. When you put it in your cart and went to checkout, a message appeared that it was not available in CA. I called the manufacturer and they said it was due to compounds used that are banned in CA. Strangely enough, I was able to get one delivered by ordering through Jet.com. Of course, that option is not available now.
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