But what it doesn’t mean is taking your new toy on vacation (or to a tailgate party), placing it on your condo’s second floor balcony, giving it to your retired parents or (gasp) college kid. But it could! Read on to find out why two-person hot tubs are trending.
The modern day hot tub has evolved from one person oak barrels heated by fire all the way to 15+person acrylic behemoths reminiscent of beautifully styled, high-end sports cars. If neither one of those options sounds appealing, you’re in luck! There’s a new slew of compact hot tubs that can be taken just about anywhere, while still offering high quality performance and relaxation. Figuratively speaking, smaller hot tubs are what the tablet is to a desktop computer: lightweight, portable, durable, and easy-to-use.
Lightweight: The models in our Sport Series comfortably seat 2-7 people and range from 270lbs to 450lbs. This means, a few people could easily lift the tub to rearrange their backyard, load it into a truck, or tow it behind an RV.
Portable: The average size of a pickup truck bed is 5ft wide and 8ft long. When flipped on their side, all of the hot tubs within the Freeflow Spas product line could fit in a truck bed in order to be moved to a new home or taken on a weekend getaway. Spa party anyone?
Durable: Their aesthetically pleasing, rotationally molded exterior makes these small hot tubs virtually indestructible, so taking them with you when you move is easy and worry free. Did we mention they have the same quality components as top of the line spas? No need to sacrifice quality heaters, pumps or jets!
Easy to use: Using our small hot tubs are as simple as turning on a light (really)! All you have to do is fill it up with a garden hose, plug it into a standard outlet (115v), and enjoy!
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Think your backyard (balcony, boat or RV) is too small for a hot tub? Think again! Contact your local Retailer to see how portable and compact hot tubs can really be!
Your new tub will be hot and ready all the time. Think Mom and Dad could figure it out? (Not like programming the DVR!)