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  1. Very new to the hot tub owner scene but I have met with several local dealers and can get my hands on the following: D1 Nautilus for $12999; Master Spa Clarity Precision 8 for $11995; Hydropool 720 for $15500. All include cover, stairs, delivery. From my research it seems you can find things people love and hate about every spa out there, which is making my decision even more difficult! Anyone have one of these models that could speak to them? Thank you!
  2. My wife and I are looking to purchase our 1st hot tub. I had hip surgery 5 years ago and find that whenever I use a hot tub elsewhere that my hip feels a lot better. As I cycle and ski quite a bit and find that I have to do a ridiculous amount of stretching afterwards, I'm hoping a hot tub will help my hip feel a lot less stiff. As I've started to search locally (Providence, RI area) and would like to do business with a local, small business - I've come across 2 different hot tubs that I like: CalderaSpas (Geneva or Niagara) Hydropool Model 695 As you all already know, finding objective information about most hot tubs is very difficult. Therefore, I was hoping to get some objective feedback from anyone that is familiar with either of these brands. Even if your hot tub is a different model, your input would be appreciated. Both seem like great hot tubs and the models I'm comparing seem fairly comparable in the size / jet offerings. Although I haven't done a wet test yet on either, my initial pros / cons are: Hydropool: Pros: salt water system (so skin doesn't feel overly dry after using the hot tub); self cleaning system seems legit Cons: made in Canada. Therefore, will service parts be an issue. Of course the local dealer tells me there will be no issues, however, I've owned several big-ticket items made in Canada in the past and found it to be difficult to get service parts. CalderaSpas: Pros: there seems to be a lot more standard in the hot tub (i.e. lighting) that is an option in the Hydropool Cons: the water care system (FROG) seems like a mix of chlorine and bromine. The dealer claims the feel on the skin is very similar (although not exact) to that of a salt water system. Any feedback from the forum as to whether that's true? Are these legitimate concerns. Anything we're not thinking of? Both dealers I'm speaking with have been around for quite some time. Therefore, I feel comfortable from that standpoint. CalderaSpas seems to offer a good, better, best option (Vacanza, Paradise and Utopia). The Geneva and Niagara are in the Utopia series. Does anyone have any comments about the quality of the Paradise equivalent which would be the Makena? Hydropool seems to be offering a pretty nice discount for hot tubs purchased by the end of this month. Therefore, I'm trying to make a decision sooner rather than later. Any feedback or advice on any of this would be appreciated.
  3. We are looking for a good hydrotherapy tub as my husband broke his neck awhile back so we need some good neck jets. I liked the fit of the Hydropool 670 which I water tested as well as there being several lounging positions with jets at my feet. If I ordered I would get a 695 though as the lounge is more of a chair. I also like the seating in the Coast Journey, especially the lounge which feels more like a chair and I think my husband would love it. This tub also has great foot jets that give a variety of uses. Problem is the reputation of these companies! Please tell me Coast's product quality has gotten better from 2010? That is my favorite in the moment. The companies that appear to be highly rated don't have much in the way of foot jets and some not much shoulder action. I appreciate any help. I also do think I want to get one with the bromine generator because I hate the feel of my skin after a soak. Any feedback appreciated!
  4. i am purchasing a 575 hydropool and was wondering if an ozonator is worth it and is it all that its cracked up to be and what should it cost
  5. Hello We are looking at the Hydropool 700 and 775. Does anyone have one of these or experience with one? What are you opinions on, watch fors, suggestions for options and price range for these. Thanks
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