Choosing The Right Hot Tub Collection
When you buy a Hydropool Hot Tub, you can expect the same outstanding quality of build, cleaning technology, and rejuvenating hydromassage across all our collections. But knowing which one is right for you depends on the features that matter to your needs.
With three fantastic collections to choose from, we explore all of them in this article and delve a little deeper in to what make each one so unique.
What’s the difference between the hot tub collections? This video and proceeding article explains everything you need to know.
Timeless design and functionality mean you’re getting a quality build hot tub at an affordable price. An excellent option for those looking for an entry-level model, the Classic is a square design that seats three to four people, along with the slightly bigger 5SEL that accommodates five. Both the Classic 4SEL and the 5SEL come with a lounge seat and 24 strategically placed jets for various hydromassages. It’s a great addition to any home and is easily connected to your power source, meaning you can get up and running with your hot tub in no time.
The Classic Collection is a great option for smaller garden spaces or those looking to have social gatherings with fewer people. Choosing a Classic hot tub means you’ll get the renowned Hydropool quality in a compact unit, coming with all-therapy jets and LED lighting. It also utilises the EZ Ultra PureOzone system to help keep your hot tub water clean and safe, so you spend less time cleaning and more time enjoying the wealth of benefits a Hydropool hot tub offers.
The Serenity Hot Tub range is a fantastic selection for those looking to either upgrade their current hot tub or desiring more hydromassage options with a variety of seating arrangements. This collection features premium lighting, two AquaBlade waterfalls, maintenance-free cabinetry, and our WeatherSeal insulation system. Every model also features non-slip padding throughout for maximum safety and ease of movement when either switching seats or getting in or out of the hot tub.
The Serenity range has a wide array of features and upgrades not available in the Classic collection, giving you much greater freedom to customise your hot tub. The various models come in different shapes and sizes, including both rectangular and square versions with a capacity of four to six people. With greater depth and quality jets, the Serenity collection offers more variety in upgrades, seating options, build and insulation for more energy efficiency.
SIGNATURE SELF-CLEANING COLLECTION
The Signature gives you a wide variety of optional upgrades to enhance its already premium quality features, allowing you to build the hot tub you’ve always dreamed of. Boasting Gold, Platinum and Titanium jet options, the Signature Self-Cleaning Collection offers a superior hydromassage in an assortment of models with and without lounge seats.
The patented self-cleaning technology is exclusive to the Signature range, offering our most extensive selection of features while delivering outstanding design and comfort. This comprehensive design feature filters and cleans 100% of the water in just 15 minutes, making it the easiest hot tub in the world to maintain. With its high flow skimmer and floor vacuum, the Signature hot tub is constantly kept free of debris leaving you free to sit back and relax.
Enjoy ultimate customisation of a hot tub that fits around your lifestyle and provides an incredible wellness option for daily use to reduce stress, physical ailments and aid in inducing a state of relaxation.
WHICH HOT TUB COLLECTION IS RIGHT FOR YOU?
No matter what collection you decide to purchase, you’re going to get a high quality product that will deliver a fantastic massage every time – for a long time!
If you’re looking for a great hot tub on a budget, then one of our models from the Classic collection might well be for you. It’s an accomplished range that will deliver a great hydromassage and hot tub experience using the all-active therapy jets in a compact and functional unit. However, with a maximum of five seats the Classic collection is limited in the number of people it can accommodate. Furthermore if you’re looking for a much wider variety of hydromassage options or increased number of jets, the Serenity or Signature Self-Cleaning collections may present a better overall package to you.
The Serenity offers a diverse selection of options in a dependable and advanced cabinetry suitable for any climate, with premium LED mood lighting, AquaBlade waterfalls, and WeatherSeal insulation all coming as standard. This collection is varied in both the number of seats and hydromassages available, delivering hydrotherapy to key muscle groups, with both deep and gentle tissue massage options.
The Serenity is perfect for those looking to get more out of their hot tub than just a good massage. It has a more extensive selection of models than the Classic collection and boasts higher quality cabinetry with expanded seating capacity. The added wellness features, both standard and as optional upgrades, can enhance your hot tub experience and provide hours of relaxation and fun for all the family.
SIGNATURE SELF-CLEANING COLLECTION
What the Signature Self-Cleaning collection brings is the ultimate customisable hot tub without losing Hydropool’s renowned quality, hydromassage and comfort. Ranging from three to nine-person hot tubs, you have a variety of options to choose from when picking from the nine models in the range. The Platinum and Titanium jets are special to this series, and the Signature is the only one to offer exclusive automated massage programs on both of these jet types.
The great thing about the customisation of the Signature Self-Cleaning collection is that you get to pick the features that matter to you most. As well as complete customisation, it offers the exclusive patented self-cleaning technology, not found in any other range, or hot tub, in the world. This allows you to sit back and relax while the filtration and cleaning systems keep the water pure and clean every 15 minutes. Alongside these features, each Signature model comes with a wellness guide, showcasing eight hydromassage programmes for your knees, legs, back, and other key muscle groups, and can be combined with aroma and colour therapy.
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While hot tubs have the ability to enhance your daily wellness routine, alleviate painful joints and soothe tired muscles, they still need to be maintained to work at their best. Like any leisure appliance that uses water, regular maintenance is essential to ensure the water remains clean and pure and the plumbing system it runs through is working correctly and safely.
There are a number of ways to keep your hot tub clean and in good working order for long term enjoyment, and whether that’s by using chemicals, self-cleaning technology, or vacuuming, we’ll discuss all three here.
While it might be obvious that the water in your hot tub needs treating, it might not be clear what that entails. Water can carry pathogens and bacteria which can grow and spread quickly within the hot tub as it’s a small body of warm water. With hot tubs being usually above 32 degrees Celsius the build-up of scale can be rapid, so making sure the water is consistently cleaned and filtered is vital for stopping any spread of unwanted organisms and ensuring the hot tub water is safe to use each and every time.
Chemicals such as chlorine and bromine are commonly used, usually in tablet or granule form, as a cleaning and water treatment method. In fact, chlorine and bromine are the only approved sanitisers for killing bacteria, which is why all systems in one form or another use either of these two chemicals. Usually this is distributed through a floating dispenser that would need to be refilled on a regular basis.
This however can lead to problems, as having chlorine or bromine continuously dissolving in your hot tubs system can, under the right circumstances, lead to erosion of your plumbing, head pillows and your covers. This occurs when the tablet continually dissolves into the water, even when you’re not in the hot tub, leading to more regular repairs or replacement of parts than under normal use or wear and tear.
UVC treatment is increasingly becoming the industry’s go to system for treating water, as it reduces chemical dependency and halts the spread of waterborne pathogens. UVC light is employed as a natural, safe way to treat the water which Hydropool offers as an optional upgrade on some of our collections through our Pure Water System, which combines ozone and UVC to eliminate 99% of all known pathogens.
While this technology has been around for a few decades now, it’s mainly been used in the medical industry and home water purification systems. Utilising its incredible benefits in a hot tub, has meant Hydropool no longer needs to create products that use chlorine or bromine to treat the water.
Alongside this, the UVC technology is only working when the PureWater system operates which is when your hot tub is active and circulating. This means a cleaner, safer hot tub experience that filters and cleans the water only when in use, saving your pillows, covers and plumbing from potential erosion.
WHY IS SELF-CLEANING TECHNOLOGY IMPORTANT?
What sets Hydropool apart from any other hot tub brand is our self-cleaning technology, found exclusively in our Signature Collection. The self-cleaning system filters the water in only 15 minutes, making it the only self-cleaning hot tub in the world.
Our hot tub system is designed to have a continuous flow of water, thanks to the strategically place jets and seating layout. This pushes any floating debris towards the high flow skimmer, collecting it in a single place that makes it easy to remove and throw away anything inside. Any debris too heavy to float, gets pushed to the bottom of the hot tub and sucked up by the Hydropool floor vacuum. This cuts down on the maintenance time needed to keep your hot tub running clean and clear, leaving you more time to enjoy it.
Even with this technology incorporated, we recommend that you drain your hot tub and refill it every 3-4 months. This will enable you to get fresh water into it when the old liquid can no longer absorb chemicals, minerals and anything else soluble that ends up in the hot tub, resulting in a build-up of what is called Total Dissolved Solids (TDS).
For example, if you keep putting sugar into a cup of tea, eventually it won’t be able to be dissolved due to reaching maximum absorption. This will lead to a reduction in your hot tub’s efficiency and overall cleanliness, so replacing the water on a quarterly basis will keep it running at optimum effective levels.
Hydropool hot tubs have a quick drain system too. Rapidly draining the hot tub allows the whole cleaning and refilling process to move as a much greater speed, with it being 8 times faster than any other brand on the market today.
DO I NEED TO VACUUM THE HOT TUB?
The great new is, an indoor or outdoor hot tub is far less work to purchase and maintain than a swimming pool. Our Classic and Serenity collections don’t have the HydroClean floor vacuum, so if you choose one of those ranges, you might need to use a hot tub vacuum or net to remove debris such as grass cuttings, sand or leaves every now and then.
As mentioned above, our Signature Self-Cleaning collection has some of the best hot tubs in the UK and are the only ones in our range that have a floor HydroClean vacuum, eliminating the need to carry out the vacuuming yourself.