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Hot Tubs

Designed to improve your lifestyle and offer a better way of taking care of yourself, Jacuzzi® outdoor hot tubs or Jacuzzi® indoor hot tubs are the most complete and versatile synthesis of shared well-being and is the. Every Jacuzzi® hot tub has been researched and engineered to deliver advanced hydrotherapy and with patented jet technology for a truly unique hot tub spa experience.

Away from hydrotherapy, the vast range of Jacuzzi® outdoor hot tubs and indoor hot tubs delivers cutting edge technology from advanced filtration to water purification and much more all encased in aesthetically pleasing designs which provide a fantastic look in any indoor and outdoor settings including gardens or terraces.

Stepping into your Jacuzzi® hot tub in your garden allows you to sit back, relax and enjoy the view whilst enjoying a warm and relaxing spa experience at home.

Best Selling Models

J-475™ - Jacuzzi Hot Tub

J-475™

Dimensions (cm):
231 x 231 x 113
Jet Type: PowerPro™
Seating Capacity: 5-6 People
Lounge: Yes

J-335™ - Jacuzzi Hot Tub

J-335™

Dimensions (cm):
213 x 213 x 91
Jet Type: PowerPro™
Seating Capacity: 4-5 People
Lounge: Yes

J-235™ - Jacuzzi Hot Tub

J-235™

Dimensions (cm):
213 x 213 x 91
Jet Type: Classic
Seating Capacity: 6 People
Lounge: Yes

SmartTub™ - Jacuzzi® Hot Tub App

SmartTub™

Stay connected to your wellbeing…

Introducing the new and exclusive SmartTub™ system from Jacuzzi®. This clever little app used in conjunction with your smartphone enables you to enjoy the next generation of spa ownership.

  • Stable, secure, cellular connection
  • Remote monitoring and alerts
  • Reminders
  • Compatible with Android, iOs, Alexa, iPad, Apple Watch and Google Assistant
  • and much more

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Common Hot Tub Questions

Where should I put my hot tub?

Hot tubs can be installed in both indoor and outdoor settings and installations fall into three categories:
Freestanding: This is where the hot tub sits on top of a concrete pad, patio or deck and the suer climbs over the side and into the hot tub.
Semi-recessed: This is where the hot tub is partially placed into the surrounding ground or decking; usually part of the hot tub cabinet is still visible.
Built In: This is where the surrounding ground or decking comes up to the shell of the hot tub so users can effectively climb down into the hot tub.

If you are looking at a semi-recessed or built in installation, then you need to consider how access can be gained into the cabinet for maintenance.

When it comes to outdoor hot tubs you need to consider the location, comfort and privacy as well as sheltering from elements such as the wind and rain will improve your overall experience and many people look at additions such as parasols, gazebos and verandas to ensure they have both privacy as well as being are protected from the elements. You should also consider the view from your hot tub, avoiding seats positioned facing fences and walls close by will help improve your overall experience from an outdoor Jacuzzi hot tub.

What Is Needed to Install a Hot Tub?

A solid level surface is required capable of supporting the weight of the hot tub, water and people in it. A hot tub is normally placed outdoors on a concrete pad, paving stones, a high density plastic hot tub pad or decking, we don’t recommend placing on grass. You can also install a hot tub indoors too providing the floor is level, can support the weight and adequate ventilation is available. An electrical supply to the spa is also required and as the requirements vary by model these can be found in the pre-installation guide available to download at jacuzzi.co.uk/download.

Your local Jacuzzi® showroom will provide you with a detailed site evaluation to ensure you are fully aware of how your installation will be completed.

How Much Do Hot Tubs Cost To Run?

There are a number of varying factors which affect the running costs of a hot tub making it impossible to give an accurate figure. From the amount of use, desired water temperature, water volume, ambient temperature, whether the hot tub is inside or outside and filtration settings are all factors in how much electricity a hot tub uses. Furthermore the cost of electricity can vary from supplier and tariff which also adds other considerations.

Are Hot Tubs Easy to Maintain?

Jacuzzi Hot Tubs have been designed to ensure they are easy to maintain as possible. Daily procedures taking around 2-3 minutes ensure your water is chemically balanced and safe to use, whilst further chemical treatments are performed weekly and cleaning at monthly intervals ensure your hot tub is always ready to use with the minimal of maintenance.

What Are The Health Benefits Of Hot Tubs?

All Jacuzzi hot tubs have been designed to deliver hydrotherapy and massage, the physical effects of hydrotherapy includes: pain relief, in particular migraine, muscular spasm and cramp. Improved joint mobility, lowered blood pressure, improved circulation, increasing the flow of oxygen to boost energy, skin purification amongst, strengthening the immune system, improve metabolism and aid post-trauma recovery after exercise.

Do You Offer Finance Options?

Owning a genuine Jacuzzi hot tub is now more than ever a reality with our flexible hot tubs finance options, we offer a range of finance options ensuring the right method of finance is available.

"One of the best things about our Jacuzzi® hot tub has been getting the family together. We are a family of teenagers and trying to get everybody together in one place at the same time is impossible. As soon as the Hot tub arrived, things changed."

Andrea McLean