Friday, 06 November 2009 05:01
Most North Americans these days are no doubt feeling at least some effects the financial cruch. In these times, 'Frivilous' spending on recreational items are usually the first to be reduced or eliminated from a budget. However, In a recent 'summer budget saver' article in the Financial Post, it would appear that consumers are finding the Inflatable hot tub to be a great recreational purchase to beat the recession blues:
Friday, 16 October 2009 00:19
While most would classify the hot tub - inflatable or otherwise - as a relaxing, enjoyable way to de-compress after a hard days work, these recreational toys can be deadly.
Earlier this week, a man in South Pasadena Fla apparantly drowned in a home spa after spending an afternoon consuming alchohol and watching football.
While the loss of life is tragic, the sad reality is that accidents like this are easily avoided by following basic hot tub safety.
What could have avoided this tragedy? Lets go over some basic water safety issues that had been overlooked in this case:
Monday, 28 September 2009 00:00
People nowadays are starting to realize the advantages of using inflatable hot tubs. Installation usually takes a few minutes with very little effort, and most inflatable hot tubs are self-inflating or come with a motorized air pump. The ease of setting up an inflatable hot tub makes for an attractive buy, and surprisingly, the durability is quite impressive. Most models nowadays are made of very resilient material, which allows the inflatable tub to be placed under the sun without suffering serious damage. Most models are also durable in extremely cold weather. This makes it possible for you to go for a dip in hot water in the middle of winter without having to worry about getting the tub destroyed.
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