Portable hot tubs don’t necessarily have to be inflatable. You can still have the convenience of an inflatable hot tub, with stronger rigid materials, without settling for bulky built-in hot tubs, by purchasing a non-inflatable, portable hot tub. To see full product details as well as pricing, click on any product picture to take you to the detailed sales page.
This portable spa features custom built real wood panels for a durable, yet beautiful, natural wood finish. The setup is extremely easy. Simply plug the unit into any standard, 110V grounded outlet, as there is no special wiring or plumbing needed. This portable hot tub also features over 100 micro-air jets for a full body massage. Includes an insulated thermal locking cover with keys to keep out anything unwanted while keeping the spa temperature controlled for your next use. As for size, it’s a traditional 4 person portable hot tub. Holds 280 gallons of water and has an inner diameter of roughly 65 inches and outer diameter is 74 inches. Just lose your troubles in the bubbles.
The Lifesmart brand of portable hot tubs boasts some of the strongest shells in the business. You will also find they offer one of the largest collections of accessories to go along with your new spa purchase. For example, these Steps For The Luna Spa (pictured next to the product above), are much better than some step ladder that you may use to try and climb in and out of the tub with. It’s also just as easy to get setup. All you have to do is fill it up, and plug it in. Once it reaches temperature you are all set to enjoy a relaxing afternoon or evening in your new portable spa. Additional features include 12 adjustable comfort jets, 3 separate seating positions, even a mini waterfall. Not to mention their patented ecosmart technology system that helps reduce the energy cost of maintaining the unit. This is definitely one of the more feature filled portable hot tubs.
What’s nice about this particular Lifesmart model is it’s a little deeper than most inflatable or portable hot tubs. They are typically 27-28 inches. Whereas this one is 32 inches. It may not be much, but sometimes those extra few inches can go a long way for comfort. You also get a nice mini waterfall and topside digital controls. There is even a spa light with interchangeable mood lens caps. This portable hot tub can seat 4 people and features 12 high therapy adjustable jets. It has the same full foam, energy saving insulation as the previous model as well as the same functioning cover. There’s not too much more to say about this one other than it’s a little more expensive than the Luna model.
The best of the portable hot tubs variety is…..
The Lifesmart Rock Solid Luna Spa takes the cake with this one. The other portable hot tubs just don’t match the features and accessories that you get with this Lifesmart unit. It mainly came down to the vast collection of accessories available. You can really customize this to almost no end with all the options available and make it the equal to, if not better, than any built-in portable spa around.
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