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What’s the Difference in an Entry-Level & High-End Hot Tub?

What’s The Difference In An Entry-Level & High-End Hot Tub?

If you are in the market for a new hot tub, you may have noticed that the prices on hot tubs vastly vary! Which will draw your attention to the fact that higher-end hot tubs are priced very differently from entry-level. There are many factors that define the boundaries between the entry-level hot tub and the high-end hot tub, cost being just one of them! So, let us explore three of the biggest differences between both types of hot tubs.

Power Saving

When it comes to paying for your new hot tub, the entry-level hot tubs may grab your eye right away but let’s ignore the price tag for just a minute. Let’s concentrate on the long-term cost of owning a hot tub. Like most things in life, not all hot tubs are created equally. Yes, both will give you a place to relax and enjoy life but one will do it more efficiently. High-end hot tubs are known for their ability to work in a manner that is more efficient for you! In the end, this will help you save money on a monthly basis. Higher efficiency means less money paid on water and electric bills.  

Bonus Buttons

Technology has come a long way, and even hot tubs are showing how far we have advanced in the technological field! Most entry-level hot tubs won’t come with what I call “the bonus buttons”, which may not be a concern for you! The lack of extra buttons can make them more user-friendly and easy to program! However, if you are one that likes all of the extras, you may be intrigued by the idea of having more options that a high-end hot tub could offer.

Jets

With each price level, you will discover that the number of jets included in your new hot tub may increase, or may just stay the same. Just because one hot tub has more jets than another, does not mean that they are more luxurious. On the contrary, the amount of jets in a hot tub has little to do with how efficiently a hot tub can be in helping relax and treat your sore muscles. The placement and type of jets are what makes the difference! With most entry-level hot tubs, you will have fixed jets but as you advance into the high-end hot tubs, you will have options of changing jet heads. Which in turn allows you to customize your hot tub to your needs.

Whether you decide on an entry-level or high-end hot tub, start making the right choice by coming into Florida Spa and Pool Warehouse! Our staff will help direct you to the hot tub that will fit your preferences and lifestyle!

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