Buying a Hot Tub

What is the Hydromassage Like in the New J-500™ Collection?

Aside from its stunning appearance, the J-500™ Collection offers the most technologically advanced feature set available on any Jacuzzi® Hot Tub. Chief among these highlights are a PowerPro® FX Directional Jet and an upgraded Therapy Seat, which work to deliver a neck-to-toe hydromassage experience that’s far superior to any other hot tub on the market.

Here’s a closer look at what you can expect from a hydromassage session in the new J-500™ Collection:

Introducing the PowerPro® FX Directional Jet

New to the Jacuzzi® Brand family of jets is the PowerPro® FX Directional Jet. Designed to simultaneously soothe stress while improving blood flow around the hips, this jet emits a focused stream that can be directionally adjusted to hit the right spot regardless of your body type.

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The J-500™ Collection features a wider variety of open-seating elevations, enabling it to more comfortably accommodate individuals of any height. The array of available seats provides the utmost level of comfort for hot tub users and extends an enhanced degree of hydrotherapeutic benefits.

Upgraded Therapy Seat

A pair of PowerPro® PX wrist jets are infused into the upright FX-12 Therapy seat in the J-585™ model. These jets provide a concentrated massage to the often-overlooked area of minor muscles in the wrists and hands, ideal for combatting carpal tunnel syndrome and other modern-day maladies. The strength of the pulsation can be adjusted as well, allowing for different rates of water flow.

Perfectly Timed Hydromassage

Have your hydromassage ready for you the moment you get home, thanks to the new ProLink™ smartphone app (available Spring 2015) that pairs exclusively with J-500™ models. Save time and start your sessions earlier by powering up your jets before leaving work. Your hot tub will be primed up as soon as you step inside your home. Better yet, the app serves to directly connect you with your local Jacuzzi® Hot Tub dealer, ensuring incredible service with just a few taps on your touch screen.

Hot Tubs in the J-500™ Collection deliver a precision hydromassage experience that‘s in a class all its own. Schedule a wet test with your local dealer and find out firsthand.

Top Questions to Ask a Spa Dealer

You’re ready to visit your local Jacuzzi® dealer to learn more about purchasing the right hot tub or bathtub for your home, but you may not be sure what questions to ask. It’s understandable that you’d like to be a well-informed consumer and make sure you get the important details sorted out. To help get you started, here are some questions to keep in mind when you make the trip to the dealer:

  • How long has Jacuzzi been in business?

               Does Jacuzzi offer a warranty? If so, what does it cover?

  • How long has your dealership been in business?

              Do you have any customer testimonials or videos you can share with me? What customer service offerings do you provide?

  • What jets are right for me?

              What part of your body do you want to focus on? Which jet configurations are available in each model?

  • Can I take a wet test?

              Do I need to make an appointment? What is involved in a wet test? How long can I stay in the hot tub or bathtub? 

  • What colors are available for the shells and cabinetry?

               Do color swatches for the acrylic shell and cabinetry look different online as opposed to in person? Are certain patterns unique to each hot tub? 

  • How much space do I need for delivery?

              Can I arrange for a home inspection from an expert prior to making a decision to help determine if I have the needed space? 

  • How intensive is the maintenance?

               How much time can I expect to spend cleaning? How often do I have to clean? What cleaning products do you recommend to keep my Jacuzzi® Hot Tub                spotless? Do I need to take special steps with the changing seasons?

 

We hope these questions provided you with some idea of what to ask during your visit to your local dealer. Keep these questions, along with any others you might generate, in mind when searching for your perfect Jacuzzi® Hot Tub.

Introducing the J-500™ Collection

J500 cityscape night Introducing the J 500™ CollectionAfter years in development, Jacuzzi® Hot Tubs has unveiled the J-500™ Collection, designed to deliver the most advanced hydromassage experience available while looking good in your backyard, too. One look at the J-575™ and J-585™ models and you’ll instantly know that these are no ordinary hot tubs. With its striking appearance, powerful jets, and cutting-edge technology, the J-500™ Collection is in a class all its own.

Unrivaled Design

Thanks to its eye-catching corner lights and the high-end outdoor furniture look of the weatherproof Curvalux™ exterior, the J-500™ Collection will ignite your senses before you even step inside. With its backlit cascading waterfalls, architectural lighting design, and multicolored ProEdge™ fiber-optic lights encircling the hot tub’s interior, the models in our J-500™ Collection are a beauty to behold.

Unbridled Power

The J-500® Collection takes hydromassage to the next level with a brand new jet specifically designed to hone in on the hip area. The adjustable PowerPro® FX Medium Jet makes its first appearance in a new therapy seat, alongside the PowerPro® RX and PowerPro® PX Jets. In addition, the J-585™ model contains a pair of powerful wrist jets embedded right inside the upright therapy seat. When combined, these jets create a hydromassage session that is truly unequaled.

Revolutionary Control

As if unbeatable looks and strength weren’t enough, the J-500™ Collection has brains to match. As our most technologically advanced hot tubs ever, the models in the J-500™ Collection include ProTouch™ Glass Touchscreen Control, the hot tub industry’s first. And by pairing your hot tub with your smartphone via the Jacuzzi® ProLink™ app (available Spring 2015), you can heat your J-575™ or J-585™ Hot Tub from wherever you are. Plus, when it comes time for maintenance, the app will notify both you and your local dealership of any issues that need to be addressed.

If you’re seeking a luxury hot tub with a perfect balance of beauty, power, and technology, look no further than the new J-500™ Collection from Jacuzzi® Hot Tubs. Contact your local dealer today and experience the pinnacle of form and function.

Seat Differences in Top Jacuzzi® Hot Tub Models

Among the most incredible components of the Jacuzzi® Hot Tub experience is the unique combination of relief, comfort, and care provided by the spectrum of available seating options.

Regardless of whether you are sitting upright or restfully reclining, Jacuzzi® Hot Tubs are crafted with your well-being in mind, and provide the most advanced hydromassage therapy available. To help you decide which seat best suits you, here’s a closer look at the most popular options:

The RX Jet Therapy Seat

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Revered for reaching an abundant area despite the small size of its spinning jets, the RX Jet Therapy Seat delivers a soothing, fully adjustable amount of pressure. Reminiscent of a Swedish-style hydromassage, this seat allows you to focus the force on whichever back and neck muscles are most in need of relief.

Exclusively available in our J-LX® and J-400™ Collections, and in an upgraded version in our J-500™ Collection

The MX2 Jet Therapy Seat

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Designed to provide relief to the most prominent muscles in the lower back, and featuring a cushioned headrest to ensure maximum comfort,  the MX2 Jet Therapy Seat sports an updated version of the design that made the Jacuzzi® Brand a household name more than 60 years ago. Capable of emitting the utmost ratio of air to water, this seat directs a light amount of pressure to the deep contours of the lumbar.

Exclusively available in our J-LX®, J-400™ and J-500™ Collections

The FX-12 Therapy Seat

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Specifically developed to deliver precise, spiral propulsion to the back and neck, the ergonomic FX-12 Therapy Seat comfortably nestles hot tub dwellers amid a sea of 12 spiraling jets. And thanks to a fully customizable level of accuracy, this seat affords all who sit in it the ability to enjoy one of the best hydromassages available, fine-tuned to their liking.

Exclusively available in our J-400™ and J-500™ Collections

The ProAir™ Lounge Seat

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Designed to diffuse the bodyweight of whosoever’s sitting in it, the ProAir™ Lounge Seat releases knots by targeting the acute muscle groups of the back and neck with both a rotational massage and rifling action. The sensation resulting from the seat’s carefully arranged jets emanates upward along the spine, through the shoulders, neck, and head.

Exclusively available in our J-300™ Collection

The various seat styles available in Jacuzzi® Hot Tubs are designed to promote harmony and balance between the human body and warm, moving water. And thanks to the adjustable nature of the seats, Jacuzzi® Hot Tub users can target different areas of stress, soreness, and tension with pinpoint precision. When selecting the spa model that’s right for you, take these factors into consideration and choose the seat combination that best fits your needs.

6 Steps to Finding the Right Bathtub for Your Home: Part 2

Last week, we discussed three of the six steps to finding the right Jacuzzi® Bathtub for you. Today, we’ll explore additional steps to take to ensure you get the ideal model for your home:

 4. Select Your Bathtub Experience

What type of experience do you want to have when you relax in your bathtub? Jacuzzi offers a number of options for you to select from.

For the ultimate in relaxation, look into a Salon® Spa bathtub. This tub combines powerful jets and air bubbles to soothe your body and relax tired, tight muscles. Choose the Whirlpool for a hydromassage session—the massage these jets provide is one of the best things you can do for your body.

Another option is the Pure Air® Bath, which provides a gentle, soothing massage via warm air in hundreds of bubbles. This bathtub features 360-degree air inlets, giving you a full-body experience. Lastly, the Soaking bathtub is the perfect antidote to a long, busy day. Stretch out and take advantage of its ergonomic design. This bathtub allows a quiet, calm soak, so make sure you bring your favorite book in with you.

5. Decide on a Bathing Depth

From deep soaking to easy entry, deciding how much water you expect to use in your bathtub is an important factor to weigh. So, be sure to verify your hot water heater’s capacity. You can do that by finding the gallon amount on the Energy Guide tag located on the side of the unit itself or in your owner’s manual. This will help you ascertain whether your water heater can manage the volume your tub requires, allowing you to enjoy warm, soothing baths without overtaxing your unit.

6. Understand Your Faucet Options

If you’re on the market for a new bathtub, remember to consider your faucet choices. This can have a big influence on what type and size of bathtub will fit best in your space.

A floor-mounted faucet will add a unique touch, but you’ll need more room around the bathtub to install one, so take careful measurements. A wall-mounted faucet contributes to a sleek, modern look, and produces a longer water arch. This setup also leaves your bathtub with more surface space. On the other hand, should you have limited space around your tub, choosing to mount a faucet on the deck area may be your best option, as well as a more economical choice.

With your bathtub specifications in hand, visit our website or your local dealer showroom to view Jacuzzi® Bathtubs from our Comfort and Luxury collections. In just a few steps, you can find the right bathtub for your home.

6 Steps to Finding the Right Bathtub for Your Home: Part 1

Whether you’re upgrading your current bathtub or designing a new bathroom from scratch, ascertaining a few key specs from your space are critical before you pick out your future bathtub. From determining your installation options to ensuring you choose the right material, here are the first three steps to finding the right bathtub for your home.

1. Choose a Bathtub Size

Jacuzzi® Bathtubs are identified by length, width, and height, but as you contemplate your choices, consider who will be using the tub. If your bathtub will be primarily utilized by children, look for a model with low sides that will make it safe to enter and exit the tub, as well as easy for parents to reach in and help bathe the kids.

 

If your bathtub needs to accommodate multiple people, look for a model that can comfortably seat two and features a center drain. A particularly tall person may want to consider a 6-foot bathtub to ensure comfort and plenty of space while bathing. If you’re a solo bather, a bathtub with a high back, like the Era™ Slipper bathtub, is great for reclining and letting your worries fade away.

 

For remodels, be sure to make note of the location of the drain–whether left, right, or center–on the bathtub you are intending to replace to ensure the model you choose will be able to align with your drain.

2. Determine a Bathtub Installation Type

Before you choose a style of bathtub for your dream bathroom, you first need to determine which installation type will work in your intended space. Freestanding, drop-in, undermount, alcove, or skirted, the installation type often is determined not only by your style preference, but also by the space you have for your future bathtub.

 

Not sure which style will work for you? If you’re upgrading, take a photo of your existing space and allow a showroom expert to help you determine which models you can consider.

3. Explore Your Ideal Bathtub Material

All Jacuzzi® Luxury Bathtubs are created from high-quality Luxecast™ Solid Surface or acrylic materials.

 

Our Luxecast™ Solid Surface is a high-grade blend of the finest natural minerals and state-of the-art engineered materials. The uniformly non-porous material resists wear, soil and stain, and is also easy to clean. Luxecast™ Solid Surface is also thick and insulating, making it warm to the touch. Our high-gloss acrylic offers a non-porous surface retains heat and is easy to clean. The durable acrylic material comes in a variety of colors and boasts the benefit of also being scratch repairable.

 

Those are just the first three steps to finding the right bathtub for your home. In our next post, we’ll go even more in depth and provide three more helpful steps.

Fast Facts You Didn’t Know About Jacuzzi® Hot Tubs

Whether you already own a hot tub or are considering adding one to your home, there may be a few things you didn’t know about these warm-water retreats. Jacuzzi® Hot Tubs enhance your personal health regimen and certainly liven up your backyard gatherings, but they also have a rich history and interesting role to play in people’s lives. Here are seven interesting fast facts about Jacuzzi® Hot Tubs:

The use of hot tubs extends back thousands of years in human history

In Ancient Egypt, Greece, and Japan, people believed in their positive cleansing and therapeutic effects. The original models were naturally occurring hot springs or baths into which scalding rocks were lowered. Later hot tubs included fire-heated basins, then evolved into the more modern versions that are crafted from wood, cement, stainless steel, acrylic, and plastic.

Jacuzzi® Hot Tub technology originated in the aviation and agricultural industries

The seven Jacuzzi brothers were innovative engineers. After developing the first enclosed-cabin monoplane, they revolutionized the agricultural industry in 1925 by creating the first submersible pump. When a young Jacuzzi family member developed rheumatoid arthritis, the brothers created an aerating submersible pump to provide pain-reveling hydrotherapy treatments in the bathtub.

Jacuzzi® Hot Tubs provide several different types of therapy, aside from hydromassage

Hydromassage is just one of the health benefits you can reap with a home spa. You can also enjoy chromatherapy, using various colors of light to calm and rejuvenate, and reflexology, targeting pressure points on your hands and feet to relieve tension.

Hot tub technology is continually being innovated and improved

Water jets, heating, and circulation features are always getting better, and much more energy efficient and affordable than most people realize. Some models cost only $14 a month in energy costs.

Hot tub cleaning and upkeep is pretty easy and affordable

It doesn’t take daily scrubbing and expensive equipment to keep a hot tub in pristine condition. With a bit of vigilance – regular checks of your water’s chemical balance and filtration – you’ll only need to drain your tub every 3 to 6 months, depending on frequency of use.

A Jacuzzi® Dealership holds a Guinness World Record

The title for the most nationalities in a single hot tub belongs to a spa dealership in Alicante, Spain. In 2012, people from 26 countries squeezed into a Jacuzzi® Hot Tub for a quick five-minute splash to claim the Guinness World Record.

It’s easy to update your hot tub and keep it current

Even if your Jacuzzi® Hot Tub is a few years old, you can easily update it with a variety of accessories, from spa covers, lifts, wind guards, and lighted steps that will lend even greater personalization.

You can find more fun facts and useful information on hot tubs by visiting our website’s Owner’s Corner and get updates via our official Facebook and Twitter pages.

Beyond Relaxation: Your Hot Tub’s Best Therapeutic Benefits

Your Jacuzzi® Hot Tub does not just offer you a relaxing place to unwind; you’re making an investment in your health. Soaking in your hot tub provides therapeutic benefits, which can foster mental and physical improvements. Here are some of the best types of therapy provided by Jacuzzi® Hot Tubs:

Hydrotherapy

Hydrotherapy involves using water to combat physical problems and promote overall health. It can improve blood circulation, take the weight off tired joints, and generally promote relaxation while lowering stress levels. Jacuzzi® Hot Tub jets provide a form of hydrotherapy called hydromassage, where streams of air and water are directed to specific areas of your body. This, combined with the heat of the water and the natural buoyancy attained by floating, provides a unique massage to all parts of your body.

Reflexology

Reflexology homes in on the feet and the hands. According to The Mayo Clinic, “Pressure applied to these areas affects the organs and benefits the person’s health.” It is believed that pressing on specific areas of the foot may lead to physical improvements in corresponding parts of the body. Jacuzzi® Hot Tub jets, when directed at your hands or areas of your feet, provide reflexology sessions in the comfort of your spa. When the stream from the jets reaches those tender areas, you’ll enjoy a pleasant pressure and a release of tension as you relax.

Chromatherapy

Color can have a distinct effect on mood. In a 1985 study by L.D. Rosenstein, it was reported that test scores and mental state varied depending on what color room the participants were in. Chromatherapy draws on the suggestion that various hues and types of light can relax and soothe you. Replace your spa bulbs with blue or yellow lights, for example, to truly feel relaxed and at peace in your spa.

Now that you are aware of the many therapies your spa can perform, you will be able to utilize it to benefit your health more fully.

Jet Setting: Determining Which Type of Spa Jets are Best for You

Whether you purchase a hot tub to improve your physical and mental health or for relaxation, hydromassage plays a large role in getting to your goal. Dr. Bruce D. Bradley of Loma Linda University’s Department of Physical Therapy explains that “hydromassage jets, properly positioned in a warm bath or spa, can assist in circulation of the extremities.” This is why we extensively research the placement of each specialized jet throughout our hot tubs. Here are our most popular jets to consider when determining which type of spa jets are best for you:

Hydromassage for Your Back

For a jet that delivers a powerful massage that targets discomforts and ailments in your back, consider the following jets:

PowerPro® RX: Rotate the dial on the face of the jet to point it in the direction you want, as well as to adjust the pressure. This jet features a spinning action, and feels like a steady pulse against large portions of your back.

PowerPro® FX Rotational: Air and water move in circles against your back, evoking the sensation of thumbs pressing against those overlooked areas. This jet is similar to the PowerPro® RX, but homes in on smaller muscle groups.

PowerPro® FX Large Rotational: This jet provides a strong massage across a wide group of muscles. The ample reach of this jet ensures steady pressure against larger muscles, not unlike the repeated strong pressure of a Swedish massage.

 

Hydromassage for Your Legs and Feet

Legs and feet often go unrewarded for their constant hard work. Jacuzzi® Hot Tubs alleviate the aches and pains that may come with being constantly on the go with jets installed all along the bottom of the seat and the hot tub itself, reaching these long-ignored appendages. These jets include:

PowerPro® FX Small: Enjoy a strong hydromassage that focuses on smaller portions of the body, providing a steady stream of vigorous pressure on a particular spot. This is a directional jet, perfect for overworked lower extremities. Use this jet to relieve sore calves, calloused heels, and tender arches.

PowerPro® FX: This jet creates a stream of air and water that also targets smaller muscle groups. Adjust the pressure and allow the jet’s circular motion to swirl pressure against your achy joints.

PowerPro® BX: This “bubbler” jet focuses exclusively on the calves. Pressure bubbles pulse steadily along your legs, refreshing your skin and reinvigorating tired muscles.

 

Hydromassage for Hard-to-Reach Places

These two jets specifically focus on areas you might forget:

PowerPro® PX: This jet delivers a pulsing massage to small muscle groups, such as the ones in your wrists and hands. Muscles you use frequently while typing at a computer all day are typically ignored in traditional hydrotherapy sessions.

PowerPro® NX2: This jet focuses entirely on the neck, directing a high-pressure stream of water toward the small muscle groups there. This focused jet is also adjustable to help you massage your tension away.

While a number of these jets are available on all Jacuzzi® Hot Tubs, there are a handful that are found only in specific models. Find your local dealer to help you choose the best model for your needs.

Dispelling 3 Common Myths about Hot Tubs

Debunking some of the common myths associated with hot tubs can help you choose the right spa and keep it well-maintained for a long time. Here are three common misconceptions all prospective and current hot tub owners should know about.

Purchasing myths
Myth:
A higher number of jets and horsepower equates to a higher quality spa.

Truth:
 Whether it pertains to jets or horsepower, more doesn’t always equal better. Jacuzzi® Hot Tubs come in a variety of shapes and sizes, with varying numbers of jets. The real quality and ultimate hydromassage benefit is gained by the placement, type, and size of the jets. More jets don’t always equate to more comfort, but it almost always means higher operating costs. Furthermore, if the pump size remains the same and is forced to push air/water at lower volumes through the jets, this could lead to inferior performance.  Horsepower quantity is based mostly on powering the number of jets the spa has and can also contribute to higher energy bills.

Maintenance myths
Myth:
If you have an ozone system, you don’t need to add chemicals to your spa to keep it clean.

Truth:
Ozone reduces, but does not completely eliminate, the need for spa chemicals. The ozone system in your spa can help oxidize some contaminants, but it’s not a one-step solution for cleaning the water. You still need chlorine or shock to fully sanitize your hot tub. Make sure to properly test the water and use the appropriate chemicals to keep it clear, clean, and safe. Learn more about common hot tub maintenance myths .

Cleaning myths
Myth:
Cleaning your spa with bleach is the best way to disinfect it.

Truth: Many people use household bleach as a spa or pool sanitizer, even though it can cause damage to the finish of the hot tub’s interior and filter, and can permanently damage the cover. Excessive ozone, chlorine, or bromine levels can also bleach the underside of your spa cover. In addition to draining your water, cleaning your filter, and flushing your spa’s internal plumbing system, try using an all-purpose cleaner  for your hot tub’s surface and cover.

Big or Little Dipper? Brush up on Astronomy During Your Dip

While you’re relaxing and reveling in the luxury of your backyard hot tub, sometimes it’s easy to ignore the nature all around you. During your next soak, take the time to sit back, and look up at the vast galaxy above you. Even if you’re a little rusty on your astronomy, you can still enjoy the star formations when you follow these guidelines to easily locate some of the most popular arrangements in the night sky.

Big Dipper

The Big Dipper is a great constellation to start with because it’s bright and prominent. It’s a seven-star formation in the shape of a large ladle, which includes a handle and cup. During the spring and summer, the Big Dipper shines high in the northern sky, while in spring and winter, the constellation hangs low in the northern sky closer to the horizon.

Polaris, The North Star

Once you find the Big Dipper, it’s a cinch to locate Polaris, the North Star. Always located in the north, it’s a bright star, but contrary to popular belief, it’s not the brightest in the sky. The two stars that make up the outer portion of the Big Dipper’s cup point in the direction of Polaris. Simply draw an imaginary line out from the ends of the bowl and straight over to the North Star.

Little Dipper

Now that you’ve located the North Star, you’re close to seeing the Little Dipper. In fact, the North Star is the last one in the handle of the Little Dipper’s ladle. Just like the larger ladle, the Little Dipper includes a cup and handle portion. You’ll notice that in relation to the smaller arrangement of stars, the Big Dipper’s cup points down toward the handle of the Little Dipper.

Orion

Orion is another one of the easiest constellations to locate in the sky. Look for three bright stars forming almost a straight line. These stars represent Orion’s Belt. Keep an eye out for two bright stars in to the north and two slightly to the south of his belt, which represent Orion’s shoulders and feet.

Next time you hop in the hot tub with your loved ones, challenge your kids to see who can find the Big Dipper first, or try to charm someone special as you point out these famous star formations.

Get the Most Out of Your New Hot Tub

Your new Jacuzzi® brand hot tub is installed, the water is heated to perfection and the fresh air outside is calling your name. So, now what? The first 100 days of ownership are the perfect time to unlock all that your hot tub has to offer. If you’re wondering where to start, read the manual and test the controls first-hand to learn how your hot tub works. After that, follow these easy steps for getting the most out of your new hot tub.

ACCESSORIZE
A few simple accessories can make a world of difference when it comes to creating the ultimate hot tub paradise in your backyard. Get the ball rolling with these easy-to-find accessories:

. blogaccessoryimg Get the Most Out of Your New Hot Tub a towel rack and extra towels or bathrobes for keeping everyone warm, dry and comfortable
a set of sturdy plastic cups and can cozies so everyone can enjoy a cold drink without the danger of broken glass
a cooler or a mini-fridge close by so that ice-cold drinks are within arm’s reach
cabinets or plastic garden boxes for storing accessories and other necessary supplies out of sight
anti-slip mats and flip-flops to keep feet clean and safe
waterproof playing cards and board games to keep everyone entertained

UPGRADE THE BACK YARD
A new hot tub is a great excuse to finally spruce up the backyard. Here are some of the most popular backyard additions for new hot tub owners:

.blogaccessoryimg1 Get the Most Out of Your New Hot Tub potted plants, trellises, bushes and flowers to give the hot tub that “surrounded by nature” feeling
landscape lighting, stepping stones or rock gardens to illuminate and pave the way to the hot tub
a patio table, outdoor chairs, benches or bar stools to provide comfortable seating when not in the hot tub
an umbrella, gazebo or awning to provide shade and shelter

 

.blogaccessoryimg2 Get the Most Out of Your New Hot Tub extra towels and bathing suits for guests that forget theirs
a bucket of flip flops for guests so they’ll know it’s time to kick off their socks and shoes and let loose
a variety of cold drinks and hot tub-friendly appetizers to keep people refreshed without getting too full
a great playlist to get everyone in the mood to party:

1. Jumpin’ Jack Flash – The Rolling Stones
2. The Weight – The Band
3. In the Summertime – Mango Jerry
4. I Heard it Through the Grapevine – Marvin Gaye
5. Ring of Fire – Johnny Cash
6. (Sittin’ On) The Dock of the Bay – Otis Redding
7. Happy Together – The Turtles
8. Joy to the World – Three Dog Night
9. California Girls – The Beach Boys
10. Under the Boardwalk – The Drifters

Be sure to check out our Facebook page for more recommendations on making the most out of your Jacuzzi® hot tub during the first 100 days of ownership.

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