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Walmart has Coleman Tahiti Plus AirJet Inflatable Hot Tub Spa (85" x 28", 5-7 People) on sale for $328.99. Shipping is free.

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About this Item:
  • Size: 85 in. x 28 in.
  • Easy-to-reach digital control panel heats the water up to 104˚F (40˚C)
  • The 180 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 pump and liner from damage due to cold weather
  • 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™ dispenser evenly disperses a stable level of chlorine
  • Spa pump includes cup holders for convenient storage
  • Water Capacity (80%): 314 gal. (1,190 L)
  • Contents: 1 spa, 1 cover, 1 spa pump, 1 filter cartridge (VI), 1 ChemConnect dispenser, 1 repair patch

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Walmart has a number of their inflatable hot tubs on sale. This appears to be the largest model. 5-7 person (probably 4 normal fat Americans like myself) 314 gallon capacity. 85" diameter, 28" deep. The smaller ones are 177 gallons (71" x 26") by comparison.

If you have the space, this model seems pretty awesome for this price.

Double the price, double the volume, double the people. Your call.

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That's the point, you can't schedule them to heat up 4hrs before you get home, because that's not enough time for them to go from ambient to "hot" unless you live where it's 98 outside year round. If this was outside and it was 50, it'd be 54 when you wanted to go in.

Hence, you leave them running all the time.
These take probably an hour or so to go up one degree, so typically you would let them run on constantly. If you turn it off, it will takes many hours (sometimes days) to get back up where you want it to. May be knowing that will make you reconsider wanting a remote for it, I don't know.
Just got this yesterday. It's noticeably larger than our 4-6 person one. I think it holds about 90 gallons more water and it definitely feels more spacious. Easily 3 adults comfortably. Two adults and two kids comfortable as well.
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I was about to post this. Had ordered the earlier model, but the 4-people is misleading. I hope this one fits two comfortability.
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I was about to post this. Had ordered the earlier model, but the 4-people is misleading. I hope this one fits two comfortability.
Same. I ordered both 🤷 ♂️ will evaluate when they arrive and return the one I don't like😂
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Looking into the more expensive models, but not due to size, what I am after instead is some automation or remote control. Does anyone have experience with such a model?
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I was about to post this. Had ordered the earlier model, but the 4-people is misleading. I hope this one fits two comfortability.
Just got this yesterday. It's noticeably larger than our 4-6 person one. I think it holds about 90 gallons more water and it definitely feels more spacious. Easily 3 adults comfortably. Two adults and two kids comfortable as well.
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Looking into the more expensive models, but not due to size, what I am after instead is some automation or remote control. Does anyone have experience with such a model?
These take probably an hour or so to go up one degree, so typically you would let them run on constantly. If you turn it off, it will takes many hours (sometimes days) to get back up where you want it to. May be knowing that will make you reconsider wanting a remote for it, I don't know.
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These take probably an hour or so to go up one degree, so typically you would let them run on constantly. If you turn it off, it will takes many hours (sometimes days) to get back up where you want it to. May be knowing that will make you reconsider wanting a remote for it, I don't know.
Actually that's kind of my point, if I can somehow schedule it to start, say four hours before arriving home, so it has time to warm up enough to be enjoyable, that would mean a good value which I feeel it is worth paying extra for.
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Actually that's kind of my point, if I can somehow schedule it to start, say four hours before arriving home, so it has time to warm up enough to be enjoyable, that would mean a good value which I feeel it is worth paying extra for.
That's the point, you can't schedule them to heat up 4hrs before you get home, because that's not enough time for them to go from ambient to "hot" unless you live where it's 98 outside year round. If this was outside and it was 50, it'd be 54 when you wanted to go in.

Hence, you leave them running all the time.
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Actually that's kind of my point, if I can somehow schedule it to start, say four hours before arriving home, so it has time to warm up enough to be enjoyable, that would mean a good value which I feeel it is worth paying extra for.
The thing is that if you turn off the hot tub for say a week, then it will take a good two days to go back up to where it was. In essence, I am trying to say that it is difficult to manage a hot tub by turning on and off to save energy. Not that I am an expert but I have not seen a full size hot tub with that feature so I doubt the cheap inflatable will have it. You could possibly get your own remote controlled plug but you would need to make sure it can take the wattage of the hot tub and you probably cannot change the default temperature when you switch it back up (on mine it is 100 degree).
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Actually that's kind of my point, if I can somehow schedule it to start, say four hours before arriving home, so it has time to warm up enough to be enjoyable, that would mean a good value which I feeel it is worth paying extra for.
I don't think you are understanding how these work. I have another version of this one setup in my garage. You can't leave it off and hope to get to temperature in a few hours. It plugs into a 120v outlet and has to heat/filter and provide jets when needed, it can only do so much. The heater is not running the whole time either once it get to temperature, if you set it to 100 it will turn back on when it hits 98. For the money it's amazing. Had both the smaller and larger versions. Expect 2-3 years life out of them and change those filters.
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That's the point, you can't schedule them to heat up 4hrs before you get home, because that's not enough time for them to go from ambient to "hot" unless you live where it's 98 outside year round. If this was outside and it was 50, it'd be 54 when you wanted to go in.

Hence, you leave them running all the time.
I have one running just like that now. If I used it one evening, it will take four hours (give or take) to get back to the right temperature for the next evening, provided I put the lid on it properly with all the straps. Now, granted, if there is more time than that between uses, I will have to start it even earlier.
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This has serious keys-in-basket vibes…
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I have one running just like that now. If I used it one evening, it will take four hours (give or take) to get back to the right temperature for the next evening, provided I put the lid on it properly with all the straps. Now, granted, if there is more time than that between uses, I will have to start it even earlier.
You are probably using more energy doing that than leaving it on regulating the temperature the whole time.
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You are probably using more energy doing that than leaving it on regulating the temperature the whole time.
By not running the filter pump all the freaking time? I don't think so.

As for the heat expenditure, now that's debatable and it depends on how much time heater stays on vs. off in the "on 24/7" scenario. Since specific heat of weater is essentially independent of temperature, there is no difference between, say, heating the same amount of water for 20 degrees (say from 84 to 104) in one go or heating it up 2 degrees (say from 102 to 104) 10 times.
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