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We often get asked the same questions from customers who are new to the hot tub world and want to know a little bit more before they decide to buy:
We really wish we could give you a definitive answer to this question, however there are a lot of things which will affect the price of a hot tub. From experience, we can tell you that the cheapest hot tubs will not always work out as the best value as they may cost more to run or need a more rigorous cleaning regime. We recommend doing all the research you can, finding the features you can’t live without and then finding a hot tub that ticks as many boxes as possible.
This question depends on how many people you want to be able to use the hot tub at any one time. If you have a small family then a 4 seat hot tub would more than likely suit your needs, however if your plan is to throw hot tub parties then you will probably need a larger one. At outdoor living Jazzi sell hot tubs that seat between 2 and 10 people.
There is a common misconception that the more pumps and jets that a hot tub has, the more powerful it will be. Whilst the concept of this is true, there is a limited amount of power available to the hot tub due to the electrical supply from the house to the hot tub. All the hot tubs we sell have been carefully selected to provide maximum efficiency without losing out on power or hydrotherapeutic benefit. Think of it like a car, does more wheels make it go faster? No. But a better engine does. Look at the pump quality and specification in the hot tub rather than the number of jets.
All hot tub filtration systems have both good and bad points. Some of the most common filtration systems are:
Standard – Basic hot tubs use a filter to capture part contaminants in the water, however chemicals are needed to purify the water with the most common being Chlorine, Bromine tablets or granules.
CLEARRAY - A water purification system which uses a UV-C light to sanitise the water in a hot tub helping to prevent the growth of bacteria. Therefore there is an average of 40% fewer chemicals needed to sanitise the water. The UV-C light kills up to 99.9% of bacteria in the water ensuring your hot tub stays in top condition.
Ozonator - Another water purification system that kills bacteria reducing the amount of chemicals needed. The system works by creating ozone which helps breakdown contaminants in the water.