Why did you decide to get a spa?
Mainly for relaxation. It a great place to relax and talk after a long day. Also, I train in the martial arts, and this is a great way to releive sore muscles.
Does your spa live up to all expectations?
It's been really great, and I can't imagine wanting anything more from a spa. The jets have plenty of power. If you turn on the air and turn the diverter to the seat you're in, you almost have to hold yourself in the seat. The variety of jets is also a great feature. Each seating position offers something different.
How long have you owned your spa?
As of this posting, 2 weeks.
What accessories/options, beyond the "basic spa" does, your spa have?
waterfall with multi colored lights. Funny how a simple thing like the sound of falling water can be so soothing. It's the feature that sold my wife.
What do you like best?
For me it has to be the foot jets! I don't usually like having my feet messed with, but those jets in the botom are fantastic.
Is there anything about your spa you don't like?
What might you change if you had to "do it all over"?
I would ask for a wet test. Even though my wife and I are very happy with our spa, I think the wet test is a good idea. I had never heard of such a thing before coming to this web site. The only other thing I would change is finding this web site before I purchased a spa.
Have you encountered any problems, and if so, how were they resolved?
No problems so far. it's been two weeks of pure spatopia!!
It would have been nice to have the optional built in stereo, but at $700 bucks, I felt like it was something I could do without. If we want to have music out there, it will be easy enough to run speakers off the stereo in the house.