Portable hot tubs - Find the cheapest prices..easily

A portable hot tub is the perfect solution for those wishing to experience the fun and relaxation of a hot tub, without the expense and hassle of installation.

Conventional “built-in” hot tubs or spas are often hard to setup, requiring electrical, plumbing and other handyman skills. They are difficult to transport or move around the home. And no denying it.. they are expensive.

However you can enjoy the creature comforts of a relaxing heated hot tub, without spending too much of your hard earned money. Inflatable hot tubs and portable plug and play solid spas can provide a similar experience.

A real hot tub experience

intex PureSpaIf you want to surround yourself with heated water and soothing jets of bubbles, spend fun and relaxing times with friends, family or just by yourself. Then a portable spa or hot tub is well worth considering. They can be surprisingly "high tech" and look great in the right setting.

A basic inflatable hot tub like the Intex Pure Spa should cost around $340 - $370. For this you get a 4 person portable, self-inflating spa, with everything you need including water heater, pumps, filters, and insulated cover. All you need is a patch of level ground a garden hose and power outlet.. They are quick and easy to setup and can be easily packed away when not in use. Inflatable hot tubs afford a true sense of luxury at a budget price. Don't believe me, then checkout out the range of M SPA inflatable hot tubs.

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LifeSmart Rock Solid Spa
Your options are not just limited to inflatable models either. If your budget extends a little further you might consider a plug and play Lifesmart Spa.

These hard shell hot tubs are portable and require no costly installation. They are extremely durable and all models have high tech foam cavity insulation for longer heat retention. Just plug the protected safety plug into a wall socket, fill with water and wait for it to heat.

Hot tubs of this type range in price from around $2200 - $4500, depending on the size and level of refinement.

Whether your budget is $400 or $4000 you can find a portable hot tub to suit your needs. Use this website to find the hot tub that best suits your budget and your needs.

Enjoy the benefits a hot tub can offer

Hydrotherapy is widely recognized for it's health and well being benefits. From soothing aching muscles, relieving the discomfort of arthritis, relieving stress and speeding the recovery of sports injuries, soaking in a warm hot tub or therapeutic spa can improve your health. An inflatable hot tub that is easy to setup can provide relief when needed then be just as easily packed away when not required. You definitely do not need a costly built-in hot tub to enjoy the many benefits.

Portable Hot Tubs Are .. Popular

The hot tub market in general is on the rise, Sales figures indicate a positive growth trend and in part it’s due to the popularity and demand for portable hot tubs. These days price is often the most important factor for shoppers and portable hot tubs are definitely the cheapest option

There are more than 12 major manufacturers, producing dozens of models from the budget to the luxury.

Inflatable Hot Tubs Are StrongIn 2016 portable hot tubs are very high tech. Utilizing innovative heating and water treatment technology, combined with durable fabrication materials.

Even inflatable hot tubs these days are strong enough to sit on the sides, most have some form of patented air pillar construction that adds internal strength and also helps stop heat loss.

Modern powerful air blowers are able to produce great bubbles, you won't be disappointed by the vigorous massage sensation you can get from even a relatively cheap hot tub. Some inflatable models boasts up to 140 bubble jets that can produce an incredible wash of powerful air bubbles.

Some portable hot tubs like those in the M Spa range offer innovative technology with a surprising high-end style. For instance the M-Spa Camaro uses a high tech ceramic PTC heater to provide safe, quick, and energy efficient hot water. M-Spa hot tubs also come with a built in ozone generator.

M Spa hot tubs Ozone water purification is much more effective than chlorine, bromine or other water sanitizers. Ozone treated spa water won't need as much chlorine or bromine because the ozone will kill the majority of bacteria types.

Less chemicals also means less likelihood of skin eye or nose irritation and of course less chemical odours. Ozone is also great at breaking down body oils. Which means cleaner and clearer water.

The quality of your hot tub water is directly proportional to your level of enjoyment. You will enjoy the best spa experience when the water is hygienic, clear and soft on the skin.

A word of advice for would be portable hot tub owners. You will need to spend some regular time maintaining your hot tub. It's not an intolerable chore and it doesn't take long. Make it a happy ritual, visualize that clean clear water and know you are doing a good thing. Whilst offering advice let's take a look at some basic things to think about before buying a portable hot tub.

Factors To Consider - Before You Buy

Where will the hot tub be located? Do you have a patch of solid level ground a deck or other suitable area in mind? A hot tub full of water is very heavy so if you plan on locating your hot tub on a deck make sure it's strong enough. The average hot tub when full of water can weigh around 3 tons or 6000 pounds. That's heavier than the average car, so be warned.

Make sure you know the dimensions of your chosen area. What about water and electricity? You will probably need to get water from a garden hose to fill the hot tub, so make sure the hose will reach. The same goes for electricity. Do you have a power outlet nearby? Water and electricity obviously do not mix so it's advisable to have some safety circuit attached that will cut power in the event of an accident.

Also try to visualize the hot tub when it's in position. Will the neighbours or anyone else be able to see you? How much sun or shade is your hot tub likely to get? What will it look like as viewed from the house? These are all questions you should have answers to before you buy.

Hot Tub Brands - What's Cheap and What's Not

For a detailed look at all the portable hot tub brands take a look at this page. As a general guide the cheapest portable hot tub brands are Coleman, Bestway and Intex. They all produce inflatable hot tubs for under $400 that are very popular.

If you're looking for a little more luxury then you could consider an inflatable hot tub from the M-Spa range. Starting at around $600 the B-130 Camaro 4 person hot tub has loads of features and style. While the M-Spa Super Tuscany will set you back around $1800, it has a solid wooden frame and offers excellent heat retention and durability.

A cheap hot tub can feel just as luxurious and refined as an expensive model, with powerful bubble jets designed to relax your body and massage your muscles. Most have economical heating and power operation. Which means they won't add significantly to your power bills. They represent great value for money