Our largest spa with a full-body lounge seat for total relaxation.
Spa covers, lifts and steps below can all be customized and swapped out for a different product.
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The Maxxus™ has the best of everything, from series-exclusive illuminated grab bars to patented Fluidix® jets. Stunning SunSide™ cabinetry with integrated exterior corner accent lighting leaves a lasting impression while tool-free access makes routine maintenance easy. Exclusive SunScents™ aromatherapy-releasing, air-only jets soothe your skin and your senses. Features a stress and strain fighting Intelli-Jet™. Seat Includes a deep-immersion, customer-favorite Accu-Ssage™ therapy seat.
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What better addition to a hot tub, than a stereo system? Connect your mobile device via USB or Bluetooth, listen to the radio or stream satellite radio, all from the comfort of your spa.
Treats water with the power of nature-inspired UV-C technology to neutralize waterborne pathogens, resulting in clean, fresh water.
Illuminated grab bars increase your safety in the dark. Light the way and help you get in and out of your spa better once the sun goes down.
Advanced i-Touch Glass Control panel integrated SunSmart 2.0 WiFi app for convenience.
Multicolor SunGlow™ LED lighting brightens up the spa interior, AquaTerrace™ waterfall, footwell and backlit grab bars.
From an app on your smart device, you can enjoy the next generation of spa ownership. The exclusive SmartTub® system is engineered to maximize your relaxation, recovery, and energy-saving potential.
Sundance Spas brings you a new array of SunScents® aromatherapy products that take you to the next level of relaxation.
Enjoy a luxurious spa experience for years to come with the right water features. Your spa may come equipped with a combination of waterfalls, such as the Pillowfall, Tranquility Fall, or Bellagiofalls.
The customer-favorite seat gives you our deepest immersion massage experience, easing discomfort along your neck, back, wrists and calfs to help strain fade away.
The lounge seat is molded to support to your body while you surrender muscles from your neck to your feet, also pinpointing sensitive nerves and muscles in the wrists and hands.
This seat has a knack for banishing stress with tension-relief for your neck, calves and wrists, comforting relaxation for your back, and calming air bubble jets at your hips.
|Electrical North America:||(60 Hz): 240V @40A/50A/60A|
|Volume (G):||540 Gal|
|Dry Weight (Lbs):||1143 Lbs|
|Filled Weight (Lbs):||6898 Lbs|
|Water Heater:||Titanium Coil | 5.5kW|
|Pump 1:||TheraMax™ 2.5 HP Continuous | (5.1 bph²)|
|Pump 2:||TheraMax™ 2.5 HP Continuous | (5.1 bph²)|
|Pump 3:||TheraMax™ 2.5 HP Continuous | (5.1 bph²)|
|Filtration System:||MicroClean® Ultra Filtration System w/ Floating Weir|
|Filter Type:||130 ft² MicroClean® Filter Cartridge|
|Air Blower:||1.5 HP|
|Silent Air Jets:||6|
|Water Management System:||CLEARRAY Active Oxygen® System|
Most spas must be connected to 240V electrical service, but some offer the option of operating on either 120V or 240V. While connecting to 120V can be less involved, most customers prefer the benefits of the 240V spa, which include quicker heating time and better temperature maintenance during cold weather use. This is because the heater output is four times as great in a 240V spa versus a 120V spa. If you choose to connect your spa to 120V service, you must be certain that it is a dedicated circuit, not shared by any other appliance, and has amperage rating appropriate for the spa you select.
Today’s finest spas feature a circulation pump that continuously filters the water to keep it clean and clear. It also provides the necessary flow to allow the heater to constantly maintain your set temperature. Spas without circulation pumps must rely on the low speed of a larger horsepower pump turning on periodically to provide filtration and the flow required for heating. The circulation pump is the most efficient method to provide flow for filtration and heating.
Truly beneficial hydrotherapy is directly related to the placement of the jets and to some extent, being able to adjust each jet where it is needed. These are the standards by which physical therapy and athletic hydrotherapy systems are judged. A common point of consumer confusion occurs when manufacturers load up a spa with lots of inexpensive, non-adjustable, stationary jets. It doesn’t make any difference how many jets a spa has if they are not properly located and plumbed to provide the correct balance of water, air and horsepower.
Most manufacturers recommend draining and cleaning your spa no more than 3 or 4 times per year, depending on how frequently you use it and how well you maintain your water. In most cases this simple process will only take about an hour to accomplish.
A spa can be installed indoors or outdoors, although over 90%, including those in cold weather climates, are installed outdoors. The two main considerations for installing a spa indoors are: will it fit through the door, and is the structural strength of the flooring adequate. A typical 3-person spa weighs approximately 2,500 lbs/1,150 kg when filled.
No. All above-ground portable spas are filled with water using a garden hose.
You need to have a proper foundation and meet any electrical requirements. We’ll walk you through the process and connect you with an expert to install your hot tub. See what to expect in the video below.
Here are a few things you can do to ensure installation and setup goes smoothly:
Check your HOA, city, and county rules and obtain any permits necessary.
Decide on a foundation that supports your hot tub, ensures proper drainage, and looks good.
Choose the perfect location, and remember to leave room for maintenance and entertaining.
Keep our Pre-Installation Checklist handy for reference.
Thanks to advanced water management and filtration systems, hot tub maintenance is easier than ever—routine tasks take just a few minutes a week. When we surveyed current owners about basic hot tub maintenance, nearly all of them said it was easy! Here’s a quick summary of how to maintain a hot tub:
Water: Check the chemical levels weekly with test strips and adjust them by adding the appropriate products per your owner’s manual—no chemistry expertise necessary. Drain and refills are only needed every 3–4 months, based on use.
Filter: Rinse and clean filters with a garden hose or filter flosser once per month. Replace as needed.
Cover: Use a cover to help keep your water warm and clean. It will protect your hot tub from debris and weather elements.
“Love our tub. It’s so easy to take care of!”
–Jenny, Winnipeg, MB, Canada
Industry research shows that more than 76% of owners use their hot tub at least two times per week. Another survey found 98% of Jacuzzi® Brand hot tub owners would recommend purchasing one to their friends and family. Current owners will certainly tell you it’s worth it!
“This was a great buy, my whole family is enjoying it. Soon it will be filled with many friends and neighbors.”
–Dale, Hudsonville, MI
The best way to see if this hot tub is right for you is by trying it out for yourself. It's best to experience the relaxing sensation of hydrotherapy before you purchase.