The best hot tub for anyone is the tub that fits into the budget
and meets the needs of those who will be using it. For most hot
tub shoppers, price is paramount. Prospective buyers should consider
future costs as well as the initial purchase price. Owning a spa
means higher water and electricity bills as well as the cost of
Spa shoppers with large families, and those who love the nightlife
and like to boogie, will want to opt for a larger tub. Some models
offer up to a 10-person capacity. There’s no need to be
in a pile while soaking in each others’ filth. Smaller two-person
hot tubs are also available for the friendless and self-absorbed.
As with many things in life, the best hot tub will be the one
that is big enough to satisfy, but won’t break you.
The contour and placement of hydrotherapy jets is another significant
consideration when picking the best hot tub. People with neck,
back or other physical problems can find the right spa to be therapeutic
and even healing. Those with more serious disabilities ought to
look for a tub that is easy to enter and exit. When browsing for
hot tubs, wear a bathing suit under your clothes. Full display
tubs are featured in many showrooms and dealers will be happy
to let you hop in.