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CKNSLS

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Posted: 03/13/15 11:31pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

If more people do this electricity will be metered every where.

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Posted: 03/14/15 05:41am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

cknsls beat me to it. You are the reason they will start metering electricity.

I'm just joking but they probably would say not allowed or you have to pay extra for the elec. Anyway that is a great idea. The wonders of plastic and it's many uses.

Is that a gfi plug? It is sort of scary to think of water, electricity and RV park wiring all at the same time!!!! [emoticon]

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rjxj wrote:

cknsls beat me to it. You are the reason they will start metering electricity.

I'm just joking but they probably would say not allowed or you have to pay extra for the elec. Anyway that is a great idea. The wonders of plastic and it's many uses.

Is that a gfi plug? It is sort of scary to think of water, electricity and RV park wiring all at the same time!!!! [emoticon]


No scarier than walking around with an electric pressure washer. I can't see any reason they would ban these. Many people waste that much water and if they are using electric heaters, toasters, toaster ovens, ovens and clothes driers, those are likely to be MUCH more electricity than this little hot tub.


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Posted: 03/14/15 08:27am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I don't need the tub, but great campsite [emoticon]


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Awesome!


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That's great, I love it! Last year at the lake we saw one of my favorite setups ever.... The guy had a truck camper on a flatbed trailer. Underneath the overhang he had a hot tub on the flatbed trailer. It was AWESOME!!!


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Reminds me of a friends white water rafting biz......they did some trips with a portable hot tub simular to yours. It was very decadent to be in a hot tub on the banks of the Rogue River in So Oregon.


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CKNSLS wrote:

If more people do this electricity will be metered every where.
Ummmmm... More people DO do it. Its called A/C 24/7, and probably allot more $$


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We've been wanting a hot tub for the house for years now. 2 reasons why we have not yet. 220 electric and freezing winters. Saw the soft tub at an RV show in Indianapolis a few years ago but watch to expensive. I showed my wife your photo and price this morning. Guess what? She wants one for the house now especially since it can easily be put up for winter or even set up in our family room on the concrete floor with all ceramic tile. And take it camping too. We are defiantly getting one now. THANKS FOR SHARING!

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pretty darned cool....

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