July 20th, 2017
This is a well built hot tub. I made sure of that before I bought it, because the last hot tub I had was a piece of junk! After a couple years the insulation was falling out, and the pumps both went out around the same time. It was a constant battle with that thing, and a battle i don’t have to fight anymore because this time I made a real investment and got a real hot tub.
My barefoot is built to last… I can tell. I’ve had it for about a year and I can already tell a difference in my electric bill with the mylar insulation they use now. Also, the pumps are bigger (5 hp I think), compared to my old one. When you open the spa up from the side, you can see how the frame is put together like a tank, and the mylar insulation completely wraps everything. I opened it the other night when it was cool out, and it felt like opening an oven door. I guess thats the whole idea. Sort of a greenhouse affect. Anyway, Im glad I found this hot tub. I already feel the benefits, and it’s leaps and bounds from it’s predecessor.
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