Swimpools (aka swimspas or endless pools) are compact backyard pools that you can afford to heat all winter—and these photos prove it!
If you're tight on space, prefer small gatherings or have a tough time sharing your "me time" with anyone else, the smallest models of hot tubs will be a perfect fit for you. The 395 is a true 3-person hot tub, which is hard to find today. Each of these hot tubs is proof that small is beautiful—and can still include at least one lounger!
All the benefits of state-of-the-art self-cleaning and relaxing massage in a compact hot tub that will fit anywhere. Perfect for couples or families with one child, the 395 Gold is a true 3-person hot tub—a rarity in the marketplace. The 30-inch deep model can fit easily through doors and down stairs for those tricky installations.
85" x 65"
30" or 37"
753L or 825L
1,017 or 1,108 kg
Two loungers means double the fun, double the comfort…and a compact hot tub that fits four people without a game of footsie. Thanks to the no-float lounger design, your centre of gravity is low so you stay comfortably anchored in the seat, no matter how much you let go of your stress.
79" x 75"
JETS - PLATINUM MODEL
JETS - GOLD MODEL
This may be our most affordable hot tub, but you still get all the features of more expensive Serenity models, including a lounge seat, comfortable pillows, a variety of individually adjustable stainless steel jets and the "versa massage" hydrotherapy system.
62" x 83.25"
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