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RE: Inflatable hot tub vs. regular unit

We have had a small 2 person hard side one for 5-6 years. Wife wanted one again and started shopping, and found it from a place in Florida. I was leery but she did lots of research and decided to take a chance. IIRC it was ~$2500 delivered to Oregon. We use it year around but right now it is turned down to about 96°. Wired for 120 volt 20 amp and can be switched to 240 volt 50 amp. For the cost it might be something to check out. Ours wasn't a blem but might be worth it. https://peoplelikeclearwater.com/product/aquarest-spa-ar-300-2-person-plug-n-play-blem-3/ That's a very intriguing unit. Looks mostly unavailable everywhere. I like it that Home Depot normally carries it (shows out of stock) as they are usually pretty flexible to work with
tonyclifton 08/16/22 07:24am Around the Campfire
RE: Inflatable hot tub vs. regular unit

I have just started shopping but the prices I'm seeing are like $12k - $15k
tonyclifton 08/15/22 01:43pm Around the Campfire
Inflatable hot tub vs. regular unit

Considering a hot tub and just got sticker shock at the local hot tub store. Personally I don't want one bad enough to justify the cost but the wife wants it and I like spoiling her. One concern I have is she might not end up using it enough - neither of us have ever had one although we enjoy them when we've rented vacation homes. So I was thinking of buying an inflatable one to use for a year or so to see if we really would get the use out of it and also stomach the maintenance. Anybody have experience buying and/or using an inflatable hot tub? It might be throwaway money (although I'm pretty good at selling used stuff) but I'm under the impression the inflatable market has some substantial products and kits.
tonyclifton 08/15/22 09:40am Around the Campfire
RE: DIY storm shield / cover for inverter generator?

I thought old retired guys were more chill than this. But men tend to bicker endlessly on most hobby forums I visit. I still can extract a tiny nugget of helpful information if I read between the distractions. Do folks get this way at actual RV parks?
tonyclifton 01/28/22 05:12am Tech Issues
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