April 14th, 2020
We are proud owners of a 2013 Barefoot Spas 77LP. I think it was actually called something else when I bought it, but I lost the paperwork. I looked on the barefoot spas website and ours looks just like the 77LP, so there you go. They must’ve changed the names for some reason. We originally bought it when we lived in Arizona… BUT we’ve moved TWICE since then! First move was only 100 miles to tucson. We paid a local hot tub mover to pick it up and move it to our new house. No problems.
Then there was the BIG move from Arizona to South Carolina!!! I paid for some help to load it on my trailer in Arizona. Then, I drove across the country with my spa. My wife thought I was crazy by the way.
It sat in my driveway for over three months until I had the chance to get settled. Last week I hooked it up on my new deck, filled it up, switched it on, and it is running almost flawlessly! All there was was one minor leak from a gasket that had loosened. THAT WAS IT! 31 hour drive and over 2k miles on the road, and all I got was a minor easily repairable leak. This is why I am writing this review. From what I’ve read online, people say don’t move your hot tub. They fall apart, and become worthless. Well, NOT IF YOU OWN A BAREFOOT!!! They are extremely well made, durable and tough as nails get! I vouch for that 100%!!!!
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