70 or more Jets - Hot Tubs & Spas
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Thu Aug 01 00:00:00 MDT 2013mrsjujubug Rating:5.0
Everything about this product is excellent I just love it...plenty of jets 31 in all and powerful. I have nothing to complain about they delivered it without a cover having been damaged so with a few calls and a few weeks later I got the lid and it more then meets my expectations. Thank you for a great hot tub I will gratefully use it for many years.
Mon Dec 12 00:00:00 MST 2011anngeo Rating:5.0
Great hot tub. Down sized from larger hot tub. This one has more jets and better pressure than the large hot tub we had. Delivery was one drawback. It took a full 6 weeks for delivery and the delivery company only gave their guys hand trucks for unloading the hot tub. I felt so bad for the 2 guys they sent. A hand hydrolic fork lift would have been much easier on the guys and on my husband and I having to watch them struggel to get the hot tub unloaded. Thanks to the 2 guys who finally got it unloaded without breaking it.
Mon Jul 16 00:00:00 MDT 2012bastew Rating:5.0
This is a great hot tub for the money. Take a look at the competitors and you will find this one (through Overstock) costs thousands less. We initially ordered the model below this and were not satisfied. Due to issues with that model, we returned it and ordered this one. Even though this has more jets and the same pumps as the lesser model, the power is directed more appropriately and the jets are more effective. It comfortably fits our family of five. The MP3 jack is a nice plus (good sound to the speakers). We are very happy with our purchase. It is definitely worth paying the extra $1,000 to upgrade to this model. It was also worth purchasing through Overstock who has a customer service department that is second to none. A couple of things to note (easily fixed so I did not ding them on the rating). Our speaker wire had to be wiggled to fix a loose connection that was causing distortion (simple fix). The manufacturer forgot to plug the light into the power panel (simple fix). Some of the exterior panels came damaged (Overstock was great to work with on getting the replacements). Also note that the exterior tongue and grove panels are stapled from the back side into nailing strips. During shipment, the panels vibrate lose from the nailing strip and have a tendency to slip out of place. When our replacement panels come, we will take all side panels off and refasten the panels. A little nuisance, but again, this is a great hot tub and that should not dissuade you from getting it.
Tue Dec 13 00:00:00 MST 2011mp1013 Rating:5.0
This hot tub is great, it has a lot more jets than my previous tub and is very therapeutic, we use the tub 4-5 day out of the week. We hooked the up power, filled the tub and hit the power on button and the tub started and has worked perfectly. The only problem that I have had product is some of the stitching on the cover came loose and the hold down strap came loose from the cover, I contacted the cover mfg and they offered to fix the cover no problem after the warrant form was filed. The other problem that I had was the delivery of the tub, the freight company's truck was to small to fit the hot tub in first time, the second time the lift gate broke when they got to my house and they couldn't unload the tub and the thrid time never showed up. I contacted customer service and they took care of the problem and compensated me for all of the problems and my time and then tub was delivered on time without damage.
Fri Jul 29 00:00:00 MDT 2011ddelong10 Rating:5.0
Great Tub...had help placing it on the deck from the delivery personnel and neighbors. No problem hooking it up, filling, testing the water and placing the spa frog float in. Just wish the manual that came with it was more specific for new hot tub owners. Ordered a hot tub book to help. The manual doesn't tell you the tub will go off automatically when it reaches your water temperature and not come on again unless it goes lower so you don't need to keep going back to check it. And it will continue to operate this way daily until you turn it off. The dark blue color is beautiful and really like the jets and colored, rotating light. We found 103-104 degrees was too hot for us so turned it down to 95 degrees. Maybe when the cold weather comes we'll put it back up but for summer the lower temperature is perfect. Great tub for the cost and would recommend it.
Thu Apr 19 00:00:00 MDT 2012beefreegirl Rating:3.0
The hot tub arrived on a pallet and the delivery guys were just going to leave it in our driveway, even though we had white glove delivery. They finally helped get it into place, but reluctantly. This hot tub really needs two pumps, the jets barely go. The tub itself is pretty and the aux input is great as well as the speakers. Now, if only the jets had more pressure!
Fri Jul 02 00:00:00 MDT 2010jesusbikerfreak Rating:5.0
My wife and I bought this as a gift to ourselves for our 25th anniversary. We have always wanted a hot tub and have a great spot under our deck. When we discussed getting a spa for our anniversary, we were concerned about the price yes, but more importantly about how much we will actually use it long term. This is perfect because it is much less expensive than a more permanent spa, easy to assemble and only required a 110 receptacle. It is what it is; a less expensive version of a hot tub, but it does a really nice job. After reading some of the reviews, I was somewhat concerned about quality of the materials and the strength of the massage. This unit is probably not going to give you the same result as a $5K permanent fixture and might not be the best choice if it is to be used for medicinal purposes, but the massage action exceeded my expectations and the quality is about as good as you can get in a portable less expensive option. It heats up to 104 and, as some have stated, it does loose a few degrees while in use. Although, I can not imagine that allot of spas do not loose some heat just by taking off the cover. I have read reviews where they state the unit blows out cold water through the jet ring. I would have to disagree. I find it circulates the water that is already in the hot tub. Granted, it does not heat the water as it circulates through the blower, but the water is the same water that is already in the tub. One recommendation I would make (contrary to the instructions) is I would not recommend using the filter blower to blow up the themal cover and other blow up accessories. I would recommend you blow them up manually. To me, using the blower without water circulating only adds unnecessary wear and tear to the unit. Again it is not a high dollar unit. Overall, if you want the hot tub experience without the hassle and higher cost, this will work out nice for you. The best part is it is easy to replace if we do decide to go with something more permanent and no hassle to get rid of if we grow tired of it. If we like it enough we might just keep it long term.
Sun Nov 06 00:00:00 MDT 2011momofboys820 Rating:4.0
For the price it is a great spa! We have been enjoying it! For me plenty of jets and pressure. If you would be filling the spa with more than 4 people I would look for one with 2 pumps for stronger pressure on all jets. I was told it was pretty difficult to hook up but overall great spa at great price.
Wed Feb 23 00:00:00 MST 2011davidg11 Rating:4.0
Well since I used this site to get my review before purchase, I thought I'd add my two cents with a new 2011 review. I received this tub in January 2011. This tub really does take about 30 minutes to set up alone. After the first time, it would probably take 15-20 minutes second time (the removal of packaging is the longest part of the process). It does take a long time to initially warm up to temperature. Now granted in January I was in 15-20 degree temperatures outside. I filled the hot tub from a hose connected from the inside of the house with hot/warm water.Once it is at the temperature you choose ( it will take at least 24 hours minimum) is maintains it well. As others have noted, the air it blows into the tub is outside ambient air. In other words, if its 20 degrees outside, it is blowing in 20 degree air into the tub. There is an air/jets bladder that wraps around the interior of the tub liner where the 150 "jets" (really they are pin sized holes) blow out this air. This bladder is about 6 inches wide and is located at a level in line with your lower back. So when those bubbles reach your shoulder/neck, it is very hard to discern that it is cooler outside air because the air bubbles warm as they rise through the hot tub water. However, some people can tell it is colder air bubbles hitting their lower back when it initially comes out of the air bladder. The effect of this is that you're going to lose 2-4 degrees (depending on the outside air temp) when the jets are on. The jets are on 15 minutes at a time before automatic shut down. So if you run the jets for two cycles (or 30 minutes total) and the tub is initially 102 degrees, the tub will end at 96 degrees in 30 minutes. Now if you simply like to soak in the tub with no jets, it will lose maybe one degree per 10-15 minutes. The filter is a cinch to remove and clean. And the mechanical operation is simple enough a 5 year old can figure it out. A temp button and a jets button. Top heat setting is 104 degrees. Personally I think they could have designed a better top for it. There are about 10 connectors that go around the top cover that you have to connect or disconnect before you remove it to get in or when you're done. And a separate air bladder on top for insulation is just a big plastic bubble you blow up. Finally, you aren't getting more than 4 adult sized people in this. And those 4 people better be two adult couples. Four separate friends might want more personal space. It's perfect for us (me, my wife, and our 6 yr old) with some good room to spare if it were another child about the same age. I'd recommend it for the price. It looks nice. It's comfortable to sit in. And the 120V is nice because you don't have to wire a socket for 220V. I also like the idea that I can move it instantly anywhere. I am sure the reason why the air isn't heated is due to the 120V vs 220V system. I am guessing there is simply a restriction of what lower voltage can accomplish. I'm only 1 1/2 months into my purchase so I can't attest to longevity. I don't see how people/kids would damage the tub liner inside and it is yet to be seen how well the motor will hold up. I take the filter out and clean it by spraying it with a garden hose once a week. That plus normal tub chemicals is all that is needed.
Tue Nov 19 00:00:00 MST 2013cathebrbg Rating:1.0
I didn't buy this from Overstock and this tub sells by different "Brand" names depending on where you buy. My husband and I bought ours directly from the factory. Its important that you know what this is no matter where you are purchasing. The delivery as some others have stated, is just wrong ... We had white glove delivery"? Which was one man for a 600 lb spa - dry wt. He had a lift truck and removed all the packaging (which means you can't return it) then put it on its side onto his flat dolly and mine flat dolly (telling me he wasn't supposed to move it from the truck to its resting spot normally but since he and I both had a dolly he would do it this one time!) ... and pushed it up hill in the driveway about 50 ft, then the way was flat and paved, I'm not sure what he does if not the easy access to the back yard like we have! I had to be the spotter for him making sure he pushed it straight an not into something. When he got it to the spot we'd chosen, he literally pushed it over and it slammed onto its bottom (was on its side on the dollies), then shoved it into place. I'd had a spa before so I knew what is involved in prepping the area (Level 4 inch thick concrete) and arranged an electrician for another $1000 - due to the distance from the electrical panel. Filled it and have been disappointed ever since. In our one pump model, the one speed pump isn't enough somehow, the way this is made to power all the jets at once and there is actually a converter lever to change the flow to one side or the other! Strange because my Marquis spa had a less powerful pump but more powerful jet action than this higher HP pump... There was dirt in the lines we thought and we had to drain the tub numerous times and change ruined a few filters before figuring out it was the Nature Spa 2 sticks that were just spewing dirt into the tub! Draining is easy but the last 6 inches of water must be baled out by hand or by hand pump. We contacted the manufacturer numerous times about the low jet pressure and they changed the pump replacing with the same one speed pump. They claim this is a two speed pump but no - there is on and off and that is what they call a two speed pump. I wrote to the BBB which was useless since the company had offered to take it back if we packed and shipped it (about 2k were my estimates since it needed to be reboxed as that was all taken away by the white glove) and also they changed the pump out after I hounded them so much they just wanted to quiet me, fully knowing on their part that the result would be the same. Now a year later the electrical panel blacked out - pump and heater work but you can't tell what the temp is or what its doing other than that two speed pump = on and off. My husband uses the jets on one side for a bit and then we move the lever so I can have the jets but even so the power isn't enough to swirl the water as you look from the top. Its comically upsetting. Overstock really back their products, delivery and service and had we known these were sold here at o.co we would have bought here as the cost was equivalent ...although the factory allowed us to choose the interior and exterior colors its a mute point isn't it since it doesn't work right... comically frustrating. So, don't buy this spa.... or buy it from Overstock, because I believe they will make it right for you. I'm a long time Overstock customer with purchases from home ( large leather sofas, beds, mattresses, lighting, large rugs) to lingerie and everything in between. Overstock has never let me down in that, when something is wrong with the item or missing from the package or I just changed my mind, Overstock has made it right == accepted returns, sent missing parts, provided reimbursement for issue resolution (repairs or whatnot). I'm a fan of Overstock.
Sat Sep 24 00:00:00 MDT 2011sirdouglas Rating:5.0
200 gal, 4kw heater, with a 220v 6HP motor and a lot of jets. One side is kind of shallow so it's more like a 2 person spa. It was delivered right to the pad and unpackaged. Great service.
Sun May 19 00:00:00 MDT 2013atczero Rating:4.0
Lots of jets; love the foot blaster jet. My main complaint is the 2 pump system; I believed pump 1 would be a circulation pump and would run more often than one time a day. There is not a way to run pump 1 on "low" without having the heater on unless it is during the "filtration" cycle. Living in the Florida Keys that is not always ideal. It is nice to be able to have the pump on low for conversation without heating the water. The heater will only heat with the pump on the low setting; meaning on high the heater turns off. You can get used to the routine but it is inconvenient.
Fri Mar 30 00:00:00 MDT 2012weflyem Rating:5.0
I was shocked at how much the local stores wanted me to pay for a 6 person spa. I had decided I couldn't afford one but then I came upon the Overstock selection. I decided on the 81-jet spa because it has 2 pumps and I like a strong jet. I couldn't be more pleased with the spa! Delivery a nightmare though. The truck was scheduled to show up between 9 and noon but didn't actually make an appearance until 10pm -- and that was only because I called for about the 10th time and demanded that they put my delivery in front of another -- otherwise it would have been returned to the warehouse and they would have had to call and reschedule my delivery some other day!! After a day taken off work and waiting for 12 hours at my empty remodel site I was not too happy about that plan. Once they were there, the guys couldn't figure out how to get it off the truck. In the end the delivery company owner drove about 40 miles from his home at 11pm to come show the guys how to do it. It was pretty dicey getting it off the truck with the equipment they had, but finally at midnight the spa was on its side on a pallet in my yard. Phew! Luckily I didn't have steps or anything tricky about the delivery -- just wheel it on the pallet loader down the side access & plunk it down. I already had dedicated 220 electrical so my contractor leveled it and wired it up the next day. He had some questions about the gauge of wire & between his knowledge and the CD that came with the spa he got it figured out. The brand of the spa is Laguna Bay. This is an excellent product so far for the month we've had it. The jets are adjustable from a trickle to a fierce massage -- just the way I like it and hard to find!! I took a risk on this one and it worked out this time -- saved a bundle and I'm lovin' my new spa.
Tue May 28 00:00:00 MDT 2013martinejim Rating:5.0
After visiting several local spa dealers in our area my wife was completely turned off by both the sales people and the outrageous prices. After much debate she convinced me to check Overstock to see what was available. We searched for a while and finally landed on this model. It closely resembled the models we saw in the local show rooms both in size and features. Although we were skeptical about an order of this size because it was "sight unseen" we decided to take a chance since we had such a good experience with other purchases. I will say the only bad part about this purchase was the delivery. The first company that called us to arrange delivery actually asked me if I had access to a fork lift. Yeah, like the average Joe has a fork lift sitting around. The good news is that Overstock worked very closely with us and the delivery company to sort out that issue. But aside from the delivery fiasco we had no problems installing and getting the spa up and running. I will say that you should definitely spend the extra money to have a licensed electrical contractor do the wiring. It may cost a little more but it's worth it in the long run. This spa is just as beautiful in person as it is on the website. Even though it only has one pump it is very powerful and more than sufficient. We think we can fit 4 or 5 people in this spa with no trouble at all and room to spare...6 or 7 if they are REALLY close friends. All in all we are extremely pleased with this purchase. We have purchased quite a few items from Overstock but this was by far the biggest and the most expensive. Despite the delivery snafu this purchase was as easy and effortless as all the others. I would not hesitate to order similar products from Overstock in the future.