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SaluSpa Miami Inflatable Hot Tub, 4-Person AirJet

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Aug 27, 2014
48 posts
Richmond Hill, ON

[] SaluSpa Miami Inflatable Hot Tub, 4-Person AirJet

Currently OOS, but only $462 for this incredible inflatable hot tub, which would easily cost double that in Canada which inflate the prices vs USA (pun intended).
Has great reviews on (link below) ... C69&sr=8-3

Buy it now to lock in the price. You can always cancel before it ships. Price will likely change soon!
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Jr. Member
Jul 14, 2010
103 posts
Hmmm tempting... The US reviews are enouraging but it looks very small. Seems like something you only use for yourself and your partner, or sometimes with a few (very close) friends after a few drinks.

I think it's probably worth buying and if you don't like it, it would sell quite easily for a few hundred bucks on marketplace.
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Mar 13, 2008
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MooseV2 wrote: This article says the cost to run an inflatable hot tub (electricity+maintenance) is around $160/month. ... e-hot-tub/
There are additional costs behind this:

The price is good compared to doing a quick search of similar sized models but not enough reviews.

To be aware of:
1) cleaning (recommended weekly)
2) a cover for in between dips
3) takes forever to heay the water with these cheap heaters
4) powering it safely
5) it's tiny inside, more for a couple
6) water has to be treated
7) need to empty and scrub the interior once every week if using weekly.
8) if debris falls in (you have trees nearby) then it will clog the water jets and pump over time
9) should be operated above 40 degrees F

I bought and cancelled because of above reasons but do agree if you can take care of it this appears to be a good deal.
-ZdpZ... ;)
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Jan 10, 2008
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those 4 people in that picture are either photoshopped or have no legs ,
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Apr 2, 2007
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Not available for me. Won’t let me add to cart
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Sep 24, 2007
4059 posts
$495 + $208 importing fees now.

i have the square version from walmart black friday, cost around $650. overall its pretty decent. my hydro bill went from $70/mo to around $180/mo with the temp set at 97F. Also found out that it MUST be on a dedicated circuit. If you have anything else plugged into the circuit, even a camera or led christmas lights, it will cause too much power draw, the unit will reset and when it resets, you have to manually turn the heat pump back on. so if you leave it for a few days in -10 it will be chilly and may get too cold to restart. with just the hottub plugged in, its been running for weeks with no intervention needed.

chlorine tablets and other cleaning supplies are pretty cheap.

edit: this is mine, it says online only, but they are found in some stores. ... 0201765371

Sr. Member
May 18, 2018
765 posts
We pulled the trigger on a SaluSpa Hawaii 6-person. I haven't installed it yet as we're doing some work around the house right now.

Do your own research obviously, there is some really interesting videos on youtube regarding these hot tubs.

Why I bought one:
- Yes, these cost to run, of course, but you have a hot tub to sit in after work and enjoy a beer, and you can run these for at least 6 months of the year.
- Much cheaper than a real hot tub. I never owned a hot tub so I'd like to see if I'm actually going to use it to justify blowing $10K+ on it, so buying an inflatable one for $800 makes sense to me.
- Easy installation
- Yes you need to treat the water and clean the filters and the debris from the hot tub weekly/daily. I mean this is a given.
- These should last you up to 5 years. For $800 I find that resonable.
Apr 17, 2009
482 posts
I'm cancelling mine, the pump shut itself down every 72 hours... if you forget the water turns green....
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Jun 12, 2018
858 posts
sweet, ready for the next convoy!!1!
Aug 27, 2014
48 posts
Richmond Hill, ON
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Sep 24, 2007
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KravenHead wrote: Am not too sure about this.
Costs me a lot less to maintain a heater pool from May to October.
My Ontario hydro bill increased $100/mo so it's not far off. Hottub is heating the water to around 100F, pool heater is set to 75? 85?

On cool days under around 5c the heater will be running almost 247 to keep up with the heat loss.