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Select Walmart Stores: Coleman Bahamas Airjet Inflatable Hot Tub

$258 or Less
$444.00
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Select Walmart Stores (link for reference only) have Coleman Bahamas Airjet Inflatable Hot Tub (2-4 person) on sale for $258 or less. This is a clearance item available in-store only.

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Features:
  • 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 the water up to 104˚F (40˚C)
  • 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 pump, 1 ChemConnect dispenser, 1 filter cartridge (VI), 1 repair patch

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  • About this deal:
    • This price is $233.98 lower (47.55% savings) than the listed price of $491.98
  • About this product:
    • This product has 180 days warranty for Spa Liner and 366 days warranty for Spa Pump.
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Coleman Bahamas AirJet Inflatable Hot Tub 2-4 person

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For reference only: https://www.walmart.com/ip/seort/549761378

One thing I'm wondering... what do you do with all the water (177 gallons) once you're done with it?
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This will be great with my inflatable doll.
I have an inflatable hot tub. I highly recommend them. They are STUPID easy to take care of, I have spa up that increases PH and Alkalinity levels, a non chlorine shock chemical and I use chlorine tablets. That's it. Every 3 days I'll wash off the filter and pour in chemicals if needed. Draining the hot tub is extremely easy, at the bottom there is a plug just like a faucet, hook your hose up to it and drain it in the yard or a nearby sink/drain or anything. Generally the water drains slow enough where you aren't going to create a giant pool of water in the backyard, the ground will soak it all up. Mine has lasted 1 year so far and I even left it up in the winter with very low temps, BUT if you are going to do that, make sure to wrap the tub with insulation and also put the tub on insulation boards or foam. You also should put the heater inside a cardboard box and throw insulation inside that cardboard box to keep the heater nice and warm inside the cardboard box during the winter. It only costed me like 60 bucks to winterize the tub and it worked very well, not to mention the winter is the best feeling time to jump in a hot tub, it's super cold and getting in a hot tub feels so good. I don't really like getting in the tub in the summer.. it's too hot already and not very pleasant.
They all float down here. You'll float, too.

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This will be great with my inflatable doll.
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This will be great with my inflatable doll.
They all float down here. You'll float, too.
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I can't find this Coleman inflatable spa at the $199 price. Any tips? My search shows $4xx
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Store near me had it for$89.99 but was sold out
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YMMv not that price near me
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OP, you leave the water in it and you treat it with chemicals like a regular hot tub or pool. You also generally leave the heater set pretty high (95ish) so it doesn't take long to get up to usable heat (101ish to 104) which means you have to leave the filter running all the time so that the enclosed hot water doesn't get funky.

Great find OP, this should go fp although the YMMVness is a bummer. Four stores have it at this price here, one at $300, rest sold out. Been a long time since one of these hit $200. We got ours at $300 last March and it's been great for my back.
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A bunch around here in Tacoma, Wa area. I wish I could justify this purchase with my wife lol
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They all float down here. You'll float, too.
Oh...stop clowning around.
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Can anyone vouch for this? One in my area but inflatable hot tub is a new concept to me
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I have an inflatable hot tub. I highly recommend them. They are STUPID easy to take care of, I have spa up that increases PH and Alkalinity levels, a non chlorine shock chemical and I use chlorine tablets. That's it. Every 3 days I'll wash off the filter and pour in chemicals if needed. Draining the hot tub is extremely easy, at the bottom there is a plug just like a faucet, hook your hose up to it and drain it in the yard or a nearby sink/drain or anything. Generally the water drains slow enough where you aren't going to create a giant pool of water in the backyard, the ground will soak it all up. Mine has lasted 1 year so far and I even left it up in the winter with very low temps, BUT if you are going to do that, make sure to wrap the tub with insulation and also put the tub on insulation boards or foam. You also should put the heater inside a cardboard box and throw insulation inside that cardboard box to keep the heater nice and warm inside the cardboard box during the winter. It only costed me like 60 bucks to winterize the tub and it worked very well, not to mention the winter is the best feeling time to jump in a hot tub, it's super cold and getting in a hot tub feels so good. I don't really like getting in the tub in the summer.. it's too hot already and not very pleasant.
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Nice find! Got one at this price a couple years ago and my wife and I love it! See a few stores in my area at this price.
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Walmart near me has it for $199, but an Walmart further out has it for $89 but OOS. Any chance, I can get the cheaper price at the other store somehow?
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Found it near by they have 5 left 250.00 still a good deal Walmart on 89122
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