Caesars Swim Spa

There is no doubt that the Caesars Swim Spa gives you the best of both worlds, combining two completely separate zones to create the multifunctional swim spa. At one end you can luxuriate in hydrotherapy focused spa with luxurious 7 different mood lighting, and at the other enjoy exercise and family fun in the spacious swim spa.

£34,999.00

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Please note that cranes are not included in your swim spa delivery - please contact us for a quote or if you think you may need a crane assisted delivery

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Power Supply 1 x 40AMP & 1 x 32AMP
Dimensions (LxWxH) 5900 × 2250 × 1500 mm
Weight 1250 kg
Jets 47
Pumps 3 x 3HP & 2 X 2HP
Seats/Capacity 5 Persons

The water in the two zones is kept completely separate by an internal wall. This feature allows you to set different jet pressures, water temperatures and other in-spa functions for the spa area and the plunge pool – even when you are using both at the same time.

The combination of up to 47 jets, hydrotherapy lounger, easy step-down access, ensures you get the complete experience from the moment you step into the Spa to the moment you step out.

Frequently Asked Questions

Cranes are not included in the standard delivery. We work with crane companies nationwide to ensure we get the best rates for you and we can put you in touch with a local company to assist you.

Yes, this is possible. You will need to create a gap around the full swim spa with the measurements of 600mm. We would advise you to create a trap door into your decking which can be used for access if we ever need to get to the side panels.

Yes, your swim spa does come with a drainage outlet that is located at the bottom of the swim spa. However, a quicker way to drain your swim spa would be with a submersible pump.

The water temperature can be set up to 40 degrees. The ideal water temperature for swimming is around 30 degrees but aquatic therapy should be up to 33 degrees. If you want to lounge in the therapy seats and relax then we recommend you set it to 37.5 degrees.
In the swim spas which have dual temperature units, where there is a barrier between the swim area and the hot tub; the hot tub side of the unit can be heated to 40 degrees.

Yes, you may get a little wet from any splashes but sit back, relax and enjoy the watching them swim or workout.

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