Diving in and buying a new spa is very exciting; deciding from the endless colour options, choosing your LED lighting pack and even how many reclining
seats you can sink yourself into, but there are a few extra things to take note of to ensure your new spa is not only built to last, but that it costs
you as little to run as possible.
Sapphire Spas have been testing our Clearzone DOUBLE DOSE water clarity system. The attached picture is after a week with no chlorine whatsoever and bather use of 2 people every day. It’s been hot and humid here the last few days, so some pretty sweaty bodies going into the water each day. We had to add the fake flower to actually prove there was water in this spa! Looked empty without it!
Like bathing in drinking water!
Sales people use brake horsepower (Bhp) when rating pumps to deliberately mislead you into thinking it’s more powerful. Brake horsepower (Bhp) is the horsepower required to apply a stop brake to the pumps electric motor. Continuous flow horsepower (Hpcf) is the horsepower generated by the water pump that is delivered to the spa jets; this is the accepted industry ‘yardstick’. No spa, imported or Aussie made, is currently manufactured with 4Hpcf pumps; they will be 4Bhp which is actually 2.25Hpcf.
Sapphire Spas use 5.2Bhp = 3Hpcf pumps which can be up to 25% more powerful at the jets than most of our competition.
no splash swim against your own body weight with swim tether : watersedge wide steps & open plan layout for child’s play & toddler splashing : optional heat&cool pump for cheaper heat retention : beginner /competant swimmer + walk + stretch + run + massage
walk + stretch + run + massage + swim tether + own body weight