Very Satisfied With This Company

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Reviewed by: Ryan from Houston, TX
November 11th, 2020
Rating: 5.0
Barefoot Spas 77NM Review
Very Satisfied With This Company
Dealing with barefoot spas was a breeze. I am very satisfied with the process from sales to the delivery of the spa which was free, to the customer service afterwards when I had a few questions about some things. Everything has been great. No complaints.

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Check out the barefoot spas brand hot tubs

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Reviewed by: Vincent from Eastvale, CA
November 7th, 2020
Rating: 4.5
Barefoot Spas 88LM Review
Check out the barefoot spas brand hot tubs
I had never heard of barefoot spas until I saw them at a booth at the orange county fair. They had a big display set up, and I had no intentions of buying a hot tub, but I got a deal I couldn’t pass up. Learned a lot about the brand and what they have to offer. After making the push to buy it, I am happy with the results, and as advertised, the product is quality, and low maintenance.

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Amazing

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Reviewed by: Richard from Niagra Falls, NY
November 3rd, 2020
Rating: 5.0
Barefoot Spas 77NM Review
Amazing
We are what you could call life time hot tub owners. We bought our first one all the way back in 1989. First of many. The barefoot spa we bought (77NM model) is our 5th tub we’ve owned. We’ve kind of seen the good the bad and the ugly as far as hot tubs are concerned. Reason Im writing this barefoot spa review is because I am for once, VERY happy with the purchase. The quality, functions, performance, and also the company’s customer service has all been superb.

We went with a no lounge model becuase we both don’t care for that feature much. The bucket seating is deep, and we like that. Also, the jets move A LOT of water out. Very strong massage. Being able to adjust is nice.

I could go on and on, but lastly I’ll write a note about the insulation and energy use. Compared to the spa we owned previously, the barefoot’s energy consumption is excellent. I live right across the border form Canada, and last winter (as far as I can tell), my bill only went up about $30 a month. My old one? In the winter? Forget about it! We looked at between a $120-150 increase in electric! So yeah, if you live where it’s cold, get a spa like this that will keep the heat in. I’ve been there, and a spiked up electric bill is not fun at all.


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