It’s getting late, but you’re far from tired. You pour yourself a glass of wine, pick up that book you’ve been meaning to read but never got around to and head outside to the hot tub. Could this night be any more perfect? Well, what if you could make it happen for under $500?
If you’re looking to add a touch of decadence to your yard, but don’t want to spend thousands of dollars to get a built-in hot tub, you might prefer to pick up an inflatable one instead. These are a lot sturdier than the inflatable furniture you might remember from the early 2000’s, and can actually rival their more expensive counterparts in terms of quality.
Best Portable Hot Tub – Comparison Table
Below, you’ll find a table showing the name of each product we’ll be reviewing, as well as a couple of its key attributes. There’s more to a hot tub than just its capacity though, so try to reserve judgment for the time being.
|Product Name||People Capacity||Water Capacity||Amazon URL|
|Coleman Lay Z Spa Inflatable Hot Tub||4-6||254 gallons|
|SaluSpa Miami AirJet Inflatable Hot Tub||2-4||177 gallons|
|Intex 77-Inches PureSpa Portable Bubble Massage Spa Set||4||210 gallons|
|SaluSpa Paris AirJet Inflatable Hot Tub||4-6||250 gallons|
|Intex Portable 6-Person Inflatable PureSpa Plus Bubble Spa||6||290 gallons|
Now that you’ve had a chance to gauge our most recommended products, we’ll be going more in-depth which each of them and looking for any strengths or weaknesses that they might have. Without further ado, let’s begin with the Coleman Lay Z Spa.