True or False: Do More Jets Mean a Better Spa?
When it comes to searching for the perfect high quality hot tub to meet all of your hydrotherapy and recreational needs, having all the facts is the best way to find exactly what you’re looking for. One of the biggest misconceptions among spa shoppers is that more jets is better, and sometimes it’s true, and sometimes not. Here are some things to look for to improve your hot tub buying experience:
Are all the Jets the Same?
The most popular reason people are interested in spas is for relaxation through hydrotherapy massage. If all of the jets are the same size, intensity, and position, you won’t get the full body treatment you deserve. Think about going to get a massage and paying for the head-to-toe session and only getting a shoulder rub. Disappointing.
You should also be able to control the intensity. Not every sore muscle needs to be blasted with an intense stream of water. Having the ability to choose how hard or soft the water flows when you desire is a sign of a jet you want to have.
This doesn’t mean that an abundance of jets is a bad thing, but cheaper manufactures can save money by adding a few more jets that don’t actually get the job done, so just make sure that not all the jets look and function in the same way.
Quality over Quantity
Higher quality spas like the Hot Springs® hot tub collection will have a variety of jets with specific placements to ensure your hydromassage is everything you dreamed it would be. The variety of jet sizes also helps to maximize exactly what your body needs.
Don’t settle for less than perfect when shopping for your hot tub. SpaExpo has a vast selection of high quality spas with top-of-the-line jets to take care of your hydrotherapy and relaxation needs. Contact us today and let our expert dealers guide you to the perfect spa.