- 2 colour options
- 76 jets with an array of jet formations
- 3 x 2HP pumps
- 3kw heater
- Gecko control system
Frequently Asked Questions
Plug and play hot tubs are suitable for areas where you are unable to get a 40 amp power supply to it. They require a 13 amp supply which you can plug into an outdoor waterproof socket and your tub will run perfectly. You can still have the massage jets, music and lights on, without needing an electrician to come out.
The larger the hot tub the more power and electrical current that is needed. There is no such thing as a 32-amp hot tub, this is just the amount of power that is required to run a standard hot tub that will have a heater and a couple of pumps running simultaneously. With a 32 amp you could use it for three to four hours and your heater won’t turn off and the temperature will remain the same.
- Size – a larger hot tub will usually cost more
- Features – number of jets and additional features can impact on cost
- Construction – premium hot tubs will use a molded acrylic interior construction which is usually more expensive than formed plastic, but is more robust than the cheaper alternative.
You can use our simple on page price filters to match your budget, and you can use our finance calculator if you want to spread the cost over 2 – 4 years.
This depends on how you want to use your hot tub spa – a couple, family or friends. Even if there will only be two people using the hot tub, different options of seats will allow you to soothe different muscles. You may also require a greater number of loungers rather than seats. A 6-person hot tub is a good mid-range tub for families and friends, including setups with loungers to formed-seats. See our hot tub finance options to get your ideal tub.
There are so many different features to choose from including LED lights, jets, music systems, water fountains, and automatic chemicals – you need to pick the features right for you. Lights can set the mood and music will entertain your guests. The automatic dosing will make life easier so you don’t have to add your hot tub chemicals each night.
We offer a delivery service with all of our hot tubs. This standard delivery includes having the hot tub upright and pulled on a sledge into your back garden. We will need clear access all the way down the side of your house – with no steps or anything sticking out such as a drain pipe, with a minimum of 1m width all the way. See our pre-delivery guide for more information. Once situated, we will show you around all the hot tub controls to get you ready to go.
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.