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Intex 120 Bubble Jets 4-Person Octagonal Portable Inflatable Hot Tub Spa, Gray $375 - $375

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In for one. Thanks. Hopefully this thing isn't terrible
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Read all the 1 stars before purchase.
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Didn't get the $197 one,sold out, geeasssssyyy
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Looks like the 4 person is sold out, but 6 person is still in stock with 5 left.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Intex-.../47715424?
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Looks like the 4 person is sold out, but 6 person is still in stock with 5 left.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Intex-.../47715424?
Got the last 1
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Heh, since the 197 ones went OOS I've been eye-balling that 6-person one, but mostly annoyed at the nonsense for the 197 one. Guess I should have jumped before somebody else wanted that sweet, sweet karma.
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Intex is the el-cheapo Chinese company for inflattable products. These are made to last one season. Don't expect anything much out of it and ZERO customer support.

Bought 2 Intex inflatalble kayaks early this year during Covid lockdown and both started loosing air after some outings. Emailed Amazon and they said after 30 days, I have to deal with Intex...they never responded back. Ended up patching the leaks and selling both on Craiglist (actually made money since people were overpaying for kayaks!!).

Spent more and bought a Advanced Element brand (designed in Southern Cal) and it's been rock solid.
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How do these (the 4-person specifically) compare to the $197 Hydro-Force?
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Damn, not fast enough. Been wanting one for the winter here in MN to put in the garage.
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out of stock
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Intex is the el-cheapo Chinese company for inflattable products. These are made to last one season. Don't expect anything much out of it and ZERO customer support.

Bought 2 Intex inflatalble kayaks early this year during Covid lockdown and both started loosing air after some outings. Emailed Amazon and they said after 30 days, I have to deal with Intex...they never responded back. Ended up patching the leaks and selling both on Craiglist (actually made money since people were overpaying for kayaks!!).

Spent more and bought a Advanced Element brand (designed in Southern Cal) and it's been rock solid.
I have four inflatable hot tubs for various properties. One is Bestway, and it is a step below Intex. I would say that yes, of course, buy another higher-quality brand for a kayak. But for an inflatable hot tub, the Intex ones are superior to all other brands. Everything's made in China BTW if you are talking about inflatable hot tubs and pools. I would love to buy an inflatable hot tub that is of the high quality of an Advanced Element kayak. But I don't think anything's out there. $400 (pre-Covid) for a six-person hot tub that you can then warm up with a propane water heater and diaphragm pump, Inkbird controller -- all for under $200 -- is a screaming deal compared to the hard shell hot tubs that you have to buy from spa dealers. I've found that the Intex inflatable spas can last for several years, just don't move them around too much or scrape them against something like a brick wall.
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Ummmm they're both inflatable hot tubs. These are white elephant gifts, not for actual use.
You sound ignorant
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