Saturday, 26 September 2009 17:48
Hot tubs are a luxury and comfort for many people - especially in colder climates. If you are one of those people who simply cannot function without a hot tub, you should consider looking at one of the popular blow up hot tubs sold today. These are portable, lightweight, and smaller versions of your regular hot tub. But do not be fooled by their lightness or size, these blow up hot tubs are the real deal.
The blow up Soft tub
Usually made of collapsible material like nylon canvas or rubber, these blow up hot tubs look like slightly bigger versions of kiddie wading pools. The only difference between them lies on the height of the tubs. The hot tubs are higher than the wading pools, usually reaching about adult-waist level. Also, these tubs are sturdier than the kiddie wading pools which are usually made with plastic. These tubs can be inflated using manual air or electric air pumps, and since most manufacturers include air pumps for free, inflation is a snap. Letting the air out and packing the tubs back in their bags or boxes is equally easy.
Despite their size, these tubs generally fit quite easily in small bags, much like ordinary sleeping bags or tents.
Blow up hot tubs have jets like any hot tub or home spa set. However, these jets have substantially less power than those found on conventional tubs - but given the tubs' construction, the jets are quite impressive.
Additionally, given their portable and pliable nature, a Blow up tub's life span will be substantially less than that of a traditional Soft tub or acrylic tub. However, following proper maintenance and cleaning / storing instructions can dramatically increase the life span of your unit.