Built for performance, proficiency and power, the Jacuzzi swim spa range offers a multi-level fitness and spa swimming experience in one. Designed to provide exceptional resilience to extreme weather conditions, our ProEndure™ cabinetry houses a predictable and consistent current powered by our PowerPro™ swim jets. We’ve created some of the best swim spas in the UK, all offering hydromassage options in an all-round holistic health and aquatic fitness centre that’s a perfect alternative to a traditional swimming pool. Excellent for all the family, experience superior long term health benefits by incorporating the swim spa into your daily wellness routine. Whether you’re a beginner or Olympic level swimmer, experience quality performance all year-round while strengthening and toning muscles, decreasing stress and improving energy levels. Utilising significantly less space than a swimming pool, a swim spa offers a personalised swim right in your own home any time you like, incorporating the very best hydro technology, design and health innovations Jacuzzi is known for.
Adam Peaty X Jacuzzi® Swim Spas Q&A
International swimmer and Jacuzzi® Ambassador, Adam Peaty answers some FAQs about owning a Jacuzzi swim spa. With questions from why you should consider owning a Jacuzzi® swim spa to learning about the basics, it's a must-watch if you're serious about a swim spa.
Common Swim Spa Questions
A swim spa delivers a multitude of health benefits including building endurance, strength, toning muscles and working your entire body while increasing your heart rate through swimming and aquatic exercises. A swim spa is a swimming pool, fitness centre and hydromassage therapy unit all in one, making it perfect for integrating into your regular daily wellness routine. They are also an ideal place to teach children how to swim, or alternatively, simply relax and have fun with your family. Additionally, swim spas are cheaper than a swimming pool and easier to install.
Using the Aqualibrium® formula, our exclusive PowerPro™ jets are strategically placed within the swim spa’s ergonomic seats to deliver an optimal massage to key muscle groups.
Our ClearRay Active Oxygen® system ensures your swim spa water is crystal clear while helping to eliminate 99.9% of all known pathogens. We make water care simple by utilising multi-stage filtration for consistent water purity.
Jacuzzi® Swim Spas are completely adjustable to suit your needs, with our PowerActive™ collection suitable for beginner through to advanced swimmers with variable current strengths. Our PowerPro™ collection is perfect for those looking to take their swimming fitness seriously with a high-performance swim experience and work from beginner all the way to Olympic level swimming with complete control over the pace.
Swim spas can be installed in both indoor and outdoor settings and can be installed in a variety of ways including above the ground, semi-sunken into the surrounding floor or completely built in. If you are planning on a semi-sunken or completely built in installation, you would need to consider how the swim spa can be accessed should any servicing be required.
For install inspiration, check out our Swim Spa Image Gallery. Your local Jacuzzi® showroom will provide you with a detailed site evaluation to ensure you are fully aware of how your installation will be completed.
Absolutely. Swim spas can be enjoyed all year round thanks to the built-in heating system that keeps the water temperature exactly how you like it. Jacuzzi’s SmartSeal™ insulation has excellent heat retention properties making it perfect for the winter months, while the ProEndure™ cabinetry ensures long lasting protection from the elements to maximise energy efficiency whatever the time of year.
The average cost of installing, using and maintaining a traditional swimming pool is around £100,000. In contrast, the cost of owning a swim spa starts at around the quarter of the price of a traditional swimming pool.
A swim spa, or sometimes referred to as a spa swimming pool or swimming hot tub, isn’t a hot tub. A swim spa combines the massage and relaxation elements of a hot tub with the exercise and health benefits of swimming and aqua fitness. A swim spa offers space to exercise or swim with built in seating to receive a hydromassage after your training or activity session.
Simply put, a swim spa is a machine that allows for a continuous swim current to travel from one end to the other, enabling someone to swim unimpeded. Built in sizes ranging from 13 to 19 foot, they use hydro technology to create a swim lane that doesn’t require a touch off from any side. This means you can swim in place for as long as you like at a swim speed you want. Many swim spas combine this with hydromassage seats to create a spa swimming pool, that is a great alternative to travelling to a local swimming pool or going to the trouble of having one built in your own property. This combination gives you access to aquatic exercises, swimming and hydromassage all in one.
As with any product, swim spas vary in size and cost from brand to brand. Some manufacturers produce a swim spa at a cheaper price, but this may lack features you’re looking for or have a powerful swim current. Many companies, including Jacuzzi®, offer affordable financing options. Click here to see how to get started.
Additional extras such as enhanced LED lighting or aquatic exercise equipment can also affect the price. To discuss Jacuzzi’s swim spas and get a brochure, fill out the form here.
Swim spas can vary in depth and when choosing one you should consider the height of everyone that will use it. While each swim spa varies, Jacuzzi® swim spas are more than four foot deep, allowing more than half your body to be submerged when doing aquatic exercises.
Like any large item that uses electricity, a swim spa’s energy cost can vary. This can change based on frequency of use, the climate where you live, and how labour intensive you wish your swim to be. But a swim spa is a cost-effective way to improve daily wellness and incorporating a swim spa into your routine is much cheaper than installing and maintaining a traditional swimming pool.