Do you want an easy-to-use, low maintenance spa that doesn’t cost a lot of money? The CosySpa Inflatable Hot Tub requires minimal assembly, and you can enjoy a hot, relaxing spa in less than 24 hours.
Inflating and filling the tub only takes about 30-40 minutes. Plus, CosySpa has a “Quick Heating” system that warms the water faster so you can use it sooner.
Are Inflatable Hot Tubs Worth the Money?
With its soft shell design, DIY assembly and non-permanent structure, you may wonder if inflatable spas are like flimsy pool toys. The truth is that blow-up spas typically don’t last as long as their hard-sided counterparts.
That said, they can save you $1,000’s of dollars in up front costs. Plus, they don’t require a technician to install them.
In addition, they offer some benefits that other spas just don’t have. For instance, they are portable. Therefore, you can move them around your backyard or take them with you when you travel or move.
Furthermore, they set up fast with minimal effort. Not to mention, one person can easily complete the task without requiring a crew of people.
So, inflatable spas can provide an exceptional deal – but only if you value the benefits that they offer. And, if you don’t want to pay for extra bells and whistles, but simply want a hot tub to relax in every night, inflatable spas can deliver some great therapy. =)
CosySpa Package Includes:
- Blow-up Spa
- Built-in Filtration and Heating System
- Insulating Cover with Safety Clips
- PVC Ground Cover
- 600 Watt Air Pump
- Power Cord
How to Set Up a CosySpa Hot Tub:
These inflatable jacuzzis have a quick and easy set up process. In fact, your tub can go from in-the-box to ready-to-use in less than 24 hours.
First, find a flat, smooth, even location where you want your CosySpa. Then, lay down the ground cover mat and unpack the spa on top of it.
Next, blow up your spa using the included air pump. Connect the inflation hose to both the pump and the tub’s air valve. Inflation only takes about 5-10 minutes, so this step doesn’t take much time either.
Then, place the filter inside the filter cup and attach it inside the hot tub. This step takes a few minutes and is super simple.
Next, connect the pump to the spa via the 3 pipes. This basically involves hand-tightening the valves so no special tools are required.
After that, you want to fill the tub (to the fill line) with a garden hose. This typically takes longer, and will depend on the size of your spa and the rate of water flow. (Usually around 20-30 minutes.)
Last, use the control panel on top of the pump to start heating the water. Press “Heat”, set the temperature and then press “Filter”. Cover the spa and wait for the water to heat up and reach your desired temperature.
Note: Once you’ve set up your CosySpa, you get to enjoy it. Maintenance is minimal and requires very little work.
For example, you’ll want to rinse the filter (that you just installed) every month. And, you’ll want to sanitize the water with chlorine granules per the instruction manual.
You can also get a hot tub cleaning kit to keep your spa dirt-, grunge- and debris-free. It includes a chemical dispenser, brushes, an absorbent foam glove and skimming net.
Specs for the CosySpa Inflatable Hot Tub:
- Dimensions: 71″ or 82″ Diameter x 26″ Tall
- Shape: Round
- 2 Sizes: 4 or 6 Person Capacity
- Water Capacity: 211 or 264 Gallons
- Material: Heavy Duty PVC
- Color: Black Exterior, White Interior
- Volts: 110-120
- Heater: 1200 Watts
- Features Rapid Heating System
- 11-Foot Power Cord
- 110 or 130 Bubble Jets
- Includes Filtration System
- Includes Rapid Heating System
- Comes with Insulating Cover
- 1 Year Warranty
- Models: 4-Person or 6-Person
- Brand: CosySpa
Note: CosySpa does offer additional premium accessories that are optional. For instance, if you want a drink holder, 2 headrests and an inflatable lid (extra insulation), then request the “Comfort Pack” at check out. This add-on costs about $100-150, plus you get 6 extra filters.