Bestway SaluSpa 71 x 26 Inch Inflatable Portable 4-Person Spa Hot Tub | 54124

Walmart # 552722498

Bestway SaluSpa 71 x 26 Inch Inflatable Portable 4-Person Spa Hot Tub | 54124

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  • Includes: spa, pump, chemical floater, set of rainforced cover, DVD and filter cartridge
  • Bask in water temperatures up to 104 degrees Fahrenheit with the 71" x 26" Bestway SaluSpa Miami. This above-ground spa features a SaluSpa Massage system, digital control panel, rapid heating system and water filtration system. The spa pool is ideal for indoor or outdoor use. It features a cushioned foot with a drain valve and two easy lift handles for fast emptying. Its outer walls are fabric-coated for stability and comfort. The inflatable spa has a mosaic print liner for added visual appeal. It comes with a chemical floater, a heavy-duty repair patch and a filter cartridge.

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  • Includes: spa, pump, chemical floater, set of rainforced cover, DVD and filter cartridge
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    1-5 of 28 reviews

    Saluspa by real tree

    Before I purchased this spa I read at least 50 reviews. Most were good a few were bad and the rest were iffy. I decided to take a chance and try it out. I am very pleased with the set up, the temp. and the water jet action. You must remember this is not a 3-4 thousand dollar spa. mine was on sale for $299.00, and for that money I am happy with what i got. My grandson put it together with little or no trouble. Most of the reviews complained about the directions. No Prob. The water temp does go down some times to 102 degrees. BIG DEAL, 2 little degrees. Remember you did not pay a fortune for this spa. I would recommend if you want the best then buy the best. If you can be happy with this little spa then go for it. My arthritis is getting better with two dips per day. And oh by the way it arrived in one piece, quickly, and is still running fine after 7 months. SO THERE

    Heater broken out of box

    I really wish I could give this spa a good review because it seems really nice, but for 4 weeks now I have not been able to use it. In mid June I ordered a Lazy Spa Miami model and it arrived within 4 days. After setting it up I realized the heater did not work in the pump. I immediately contacted the company and asked for a replacement. 3 weeks later I am still waiting. I was told that it would ship any day, and today I was told that there is none in inventory and it can be weeks before I get it. I bought this spa at the beginning of summer so I can enjoy it and now my summer is slipping away week by week. Customer service, although polite, has been giving me the runaround. It is frustrating that in 2016 a company is run this way. They want people to buy their product, but they don't provide support after the purchase OR they don't have stock for replacement parts??? Faulty out of the box products are one thing that I can't tolerate at all. Are there no QC people where ever this is built? One more thing: their complaint link on their web site doesn't work.

    Wow, I am more than pleased.

    BestWay Lay-Z-Spa, Miami. This is a test run for a 120 volt spa for my home, as I am out of 240 volt circuits. It was easy to assemble and quick. The vinyl appears to be thick, and the spa well assembled. No sharp parts, miss-aligned threads, or uneven parts. The directions were concise and easy to follow. I have the thermostat set at one hundred degrees which is pure bliss. The pump does churn the water, and everything in what I have read, the water will soon drop about ten degrees when one gets in and the pump churns after a time. This is no problem, and I guess one could compensate by setting a higher degree of water temperature . I am also thrilled to share my electric bill only arose about twenty dollars, also given the fact here in Nashville (TN) it was chilly when I installed, and the water for the spa from the tap was COLD. Again, I am more than pleased, and the tub is more than blissful.

    A Good Substitute for a "Real" Hot Tub

    I cannot fit a "real" hardbody hot tub (spa) into my basement - it will not fit through the doors. So I opted for a portable, inflatable one instead. I began doing this about 7 years ago and have found that these portables break down in a very short period of time. It is never the vinyl body - that is fine. It is the heater & filter. The heater often dies and sometimes the filter dies. Why do I continue to buy them? If I pay $350 for one and it lasts only a year, over a ten year period I would pay $3,500 in total. A "real" hot tub would have cost $5,000, so I am ahead of the game. But there are more reasons - a smaller hot tub is cheaper to heat and cheaper to chlorinate (less water). So I am happy. But know this - it takes almost 24 hours to heat it, so you have to decide a day ahead if you want to use it - that is annoying. Also, the disposable filters are usually very expensive - that is annoying. The filter is not very powerful too. But all in all I am happy with this purchase - but before you buy one - consider all I said.

    AWWWWSOME

    I set my spa up Sunday evening and because it takes time to initially heat up, had to wait until after work Monday to use it. Wow, I was impressed!!!! I have fibromyalgia and lupus so I ordered my spa in hopes that it would help ease some of my pain. I set it up in my basement so that I can use it during the Winter (my worst time for pain). My thoughts were that if it didn't work real well or have much power, I didn't pay a substantial amount for it so it wouldn't be that big of a loss. I heated it to 104 degrees. OMG, it felt soooo good. The temperature went down 9 degrees over the 25 minutes I was in it but still felt absolutely wonderful!! The power behind the bubbles was more than I expected and was also perfect!! I love it so much that I have decided to make my basement my Girlcave!! The only drawback is that it came with a nice big inflatable pad for the bottom but it doesn't stay there, it floats. I found a large plastic container that works perfect as a "seat" so that I can read a book if I want and if not, I simply take the container out of the pool and do gentle stretches. I could not be happier with my new spa!!!
    HI!<br /><br />We are so happy to hear that you love our product! The inflatable pad isn't for the floor, it is for the lid, it is supposed to be fit into the lid and then inflated to help keep heat in once the heater is on:) You are supposed to do this before you inflate the spa but it will be easy to let a little air out and fit into the top/cover and use a hand pump to continue inflation.
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