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Dr. Spa

Member Since 21 Sep 2005
Offline Last Active Yesterday, 07:38 PM
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In Topic: How Do Nordic And Hot Springs Compare?

Yesterday, 07:39 PM

The "salt" option is CHLORINE....produced in the spa by electrically converting salt into chlorine.


In Topic: Are These Typical Add On Charges Or Am I Being Skinned?

Yesterday, 10:15 AM

Yes. ALL stores charge for freight. Most just add it into the total cost(i.e. hidden cost). Some actually itemize it on the invoice (there can be huge advantages to this as it gives you the opportunity to negotiate on individual items). Either way, you're going to pay for it (spasdirect IS charging you for it, they're simply not itemizing it on the bill).

 

Your real question should be, is $4,565 a reasonable price for a Nordic D"amour, including cover, ozonator, added insulation and delivery to your home?

 

FREE = Something you pay for that's not itemized on the bill


In Topic: Hot Springs Prodigy Filters

24 May 2015 - 10:32 AM

WHY ARE YOU YELLING????

 

Please turn OFF your caplok


In Topic: Hot Tub Kicks Off Gfi Breaker Immediatly

23 May 2015 - 09:42 AM

Most likely the GFCI is wired up incorrectly.


In Topic: Drinking Hot Tub Water In Emergency

20 May 2015 - 02:27 PM

If in doubt, boiling, chlorine or iodine would make it safe. I'd start with the water in the homes hot water heater first, then the holding tanks on the back of the toilets, then the hot tub water.