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Intex PureSpa 4 person Spa
This PureSpa Spa is the perfect way to indulge in some luxury in the comfort of your own garden.
- Total Number of Spa Jets - 120
- Comes with - Tub, insulated cover, heating, filtration, air blower, hard water system, two filter cartridges, thermal ground cloth, inflation hose, carry bag, floating dispenser, test strip, 50W Water pump and 800W air jet pump
- Assembly required
Features and benefits
- Cord-connected spa with pump, heater, blower, built-in hard water treatment and easy-to-use control panel
- Fiber-Tech construction is comprised of thousands of high-strength polyester fibres, resulting in amazing durability and comfort
- Built-in electronic hard water treatment system makes water gentler on skin, clothes and the entire spa system
|Litre capacity (L)||795L|
|Colour description||Sahara tan|
|Number of seats||4 person|
Absolute waste of money
Jules141 - 6 months ago
Bought 2now both lasted less than a month with little use
Juz2k19 - 1 year ago
Bought this summer and we love it. Can't believe the price os so cheap.
Takes about 12hours to heat not 24. Excellent jet power. We change the water about every 4days only if needed, check and rinse filter everyday after use as you will be suprised what ot collects but reuse instead of buying new all the time.
Fantastic, and easy maintenance.
Pjuk - 1 year ago
We have had one of these for a year and love it. We looked at a number of inflatable tubs but the Intex was clearly made out of heavier duty material. Ones from other well known brands seemed to be made out of the same stuff children’s paddling pools are made from, this is much thicker and reassuringly tough. It also has a padded bottom so comfortable to sit on, unlike many of the flimsier and more expensive ones. The cover is also inflatable which increases the insulation and therefore reduces running costs.
Sitting out at night on a cold, clear evening looking up at the stars with a beer in hand is a rare treat.
Lots of comments on here about swapping filters, washing them out, etc. on a weekly basis! None of that is necessary.
I had the E filter error the 2nd week of use after we had used it a lot, so swapped out the filter to the other Intex one that comes with the tub, and had the same problem a few days later. I had been doing the test strips daily and adding chlorine when it looked like it needed it.
I was going to return it as faulty but then did a bit of research and found that the Intex filters clog VERY quickly, so went online and bought Bestbuy filters for about two thirds of the price. As well as being cheaper they are a more open design. About 3mm taller than the Intex ones so you need to push when putting the cover back On. The result is I still have 5 filters left after over a year of constant use.
The other tip was to ignore daily strip tests and add a capful (about a dessert spoon) of chorine in every day. I only do a strip test once a week mainly to check the ph level and add ph+ If needed.
Every 2-3 months I drain it down and refill, and at that point replace the filter, use strip tests to dose the fresh water water up with the necessary chemicals and off I go again!
Good value inflatable tub
FirstTimeTubbing - 1 year ago
We bought the intex spa as it was extremely well priced for its seemingly good quality- thick lining, tasteful appearance, led display on hub. It was extremely easy to set up! I would advise any novice hot tub buyer to use the floating chemical dispenser and tablets- it is much less maintenance. The tub does take forever and a day to heat up so takes planning before use unless you are ok with leaving it constantly running at 35-37 degrees. We have had to have a replacement hub after only a week as it displayed an E95 code (water too hot) when the water was freezing- having read forums online this can be common with the intex spa. The UK based company arranged a swift replacement to be sent out and everything has been fine since.
Sophief - 1 year ago
Bought on Saturday and feel like I haven’t been out since! Easy enough to set up and if you fill with warmish water can heat to 40 in a few hours. Both adults and kids have loved it so far!