Upgrade to barefoot spa 77np

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Reviewed by: Louis from New Rochelle, NY
June 11th, 2020
Rating: 5.0
Barefoot Spas 77NP Review
Upgrade to barefoot spa 77np

I planned to repair my old hot tub. When I got the estimate on the repair cost, it was over 3k. I had the hot tub for 12 years and it was time for a new one. After research and shopping around, I decided to upgrade to the barefoot 77np spa. I spent a lot of money on the 77np; close to 3 times as much as repairing my old one would have cost. This was no surprise because I learned about the things I wanted in my new one that my old one was lacking. The biggest upgrade for me was the ozonator barefoot spas offers. It is a two stage ozone system with a ozone generator and a UV light. It works great and keeps my water clean and clear.

The other thing I did not want this time around was the lounge lay down seat. I float right out of those. Not very relaxing having to hold on for your life when the jets are on!

The barefoot 77NP spa has all bench style seating, no lounge, very powerful ozonator, and last but not least; Shoulder massage jets! The one I got actually has two seats with this feature. They feel amazing. I’ve seen this for years on hot tubs, and I always wanted it. Now I’m so glad I get to use it every day. It has been a serious improvement compared to my old hot tub and I cant tell you how thankful I am that I convinced myself to not go the repair route with that old one! My new barefoot has treated me well so far.


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Jack Ward Jack Ward
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About your barefoot spa 77np ozone system? Is it the kind with the UV light? If so has it ever gone bad? Like has the bulb burnt out on you yet?



Avatar Louis Serrano
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We have had no problems at all with the spa, and yes, UV light.



Avatar Walter Kane
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Where did you hear about UV bulbs burning out? I have a barefoot spas 77NP with the UV ozonator. I didn’t think about that. Do you know if theres a way to tell if its still working?



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I have the barefoot spas 77NP with the UV light. This feed got me worried about it, so I called barefoot and they said you can tell it’s working by checking the lights on the component, and the circuit board where it connects to it. My lights are on. They said the UV bulbs burn out sometimes, but its not common. They also said they are very rarely defective when they are new.



Jack Ward Jack Ward
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This is good to know. Thank you. Any idea how much they cost on the barefoot 77np if they do get burned out or malfunction?



Avatar Louis Serrano
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The replacement clubs don’t cost much… like $70 I believe. It’s the labor of putting it in that can be a little tricky from what I’ve read.



Jack Ward Jack Ward
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Replacement clubs? What do you mean? Im trying to replace the bulb, or the whole component if I have to.



Avatar Louis Serrano
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Sorry meant to say replacement ozonator uv BULBS are easy to replace. How long have you had your barefoot spas 77NP?



Jack Ward Jack Ward
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We have hot tub now for about 3 years.



Avatar Louis Serrano
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Barefoot spas has warranty for 5 years on components, so if you have problem, it should be covered



Avatar Justin Burks
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Never had my UV bulb burn out. Been 4 years.



Avatar Walter Kane
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I’ve never had any issues with my barefoot spas 77p. I love it. I will say if something goes wrong with it, I’m just gonna call someone. I’m not about to try and figure all this stuff out.



Donna Richards Donna Richards
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Does anyone know about all the different hot tub models by barefoot spas? Someone told me I should’ve gotten the 77NP model instead of the 88NP by barefoot spas. They said it takes up a lot less room becuase the 77NP is smaller. How much smaller really is it? Also, is the power the same? Like the jet power, water coming out in the streams. I guess you call it water pressure? I don’t know… My 88NP is really strong, I’m just wondering if I should’ve gotten the smaller one if it’s even MORE water pressure…



Avatar Walter Kane
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Not sure, but I CAN tell you the barefoot spas 77NP has A LOT of water pressure behind the jets.



14 thoughts on “Upgrade to barefoot spa 77np

  1. Where did you hear about UV bulbs burning out? I have a barefoot spas 77NP with the UV ozonator. I didn’t think about that. Do you know if theres a way to tell if its still working?

  2. I have the barefoot spas 77NP with the UV light. This feed got me worried about it, so I called barefoot and they said you can tell it’s working by checking the lights on the component, and the circuit board where it connects to it. My lights are on. They said the UV bulbs burn out sometimes, but its not common. They also said they are very rarely defective when they are new.

  3. I’ve never had any issues with my barefoot spas 77p. I love it. I will say if something goes wrong with it, I’m just gonna call someone. I’m not about to try and figure all this stuff out.

  4. Does anyone know about all the different hot tub models by barefoot spas? Someone told me I should’ve gotten the 77NP model instead of the 88NP by barefoot spas. They said it takes up a lot less room becuase the 77NP is smaller. How much smaller really is it? Also, is the power the same? Like the jet power, water coming out in the streams. I guess you call it water pressure? I don’t know… My 88NP is really strong, I’m just wondering if I should’ve gotten the smaller one if it’s even MORE water pressure…

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