Let’s clear the air and talk about what our competition claims about Bullfrog JetPaks, and what factual evidence supports about them. Whether you’ve been shopping around for a Hot Tub, or have just started your Hot Tub buying journey, here’s the truth about our Bullfrog Spas w/ JetPaks:
Myth #1: Cheap Hot Tubs are Just as Good as Quality Ones.
There is a reason the saying “you get what you pay for” is a thing. If a tub is 1/2 price, more than likely you are getting a 1/2 price tub. With a good tub, you will get good insulation that saves you money on heating costs. Cheap tubs have more plumbing which creates places to leak and have inefficient pumps and heaters. Warranties are shorter and usually carry a pro-rated tag which causes high repair bills. You’re investment in a hot tub should be a long term deal, not a fly-by-nighter trying to make a quick buck! Come in to schedule a wet test a Bullfrog Spa at our store.
Myth #2: Only CEO and Doctors can Afford a Hot Tub
There are many affordable options on spas. Quality tubs are worth investing in because of the value it adds to the way you live. Spas can aide in sleep, recovery and relaxation along with many other day-to-day advantages. With that being said, we have many different options of financing so we can find something to fit your budget along with allowing you the benefits of a Bullfrog Spa.
Myth #3: All Hydroptherapy is the Same
Take your favorite seat/lounge area in your tub and now add the therapy that best suits you to that seat. That’s available with Bullfrog Spa’s JetPak Technology! There are 16 different JetPaks available to suit your needs, whether you need shoulder/neck pressure or you have lower back pain, it can be covered. These JetPaks are all interchangeable so you aren’t limited to one seat with your favorite jets or better yet…you can have 6 different massages in one sitting!
Myth #4: There is stagnant, unfiltered water behind JetPaks
This is probably the #1 misleading information regarding JetPaks. It’s probably the most commonly used way to try and “unsell” the JetPak Therapy System. Here’s the truth:
JetPaks have been specifically designed with two jets in the back. Those two jets sole purpose is to keep water circulating behind the JetPak. They not only circulate water behind the Jetpak, but also help push that water back into the “tub” area, which all gets filtered.
To further debunk this, we tried a little experiment. We placed a light colored Jetpak in a dark colored tub. We ran this tubs circulation for 4 hours during a 96 hour period at 100 degrees. We covered the spa while the water was stagnate, totaling 92 hours. We then uncovered the spa, and popped open the JetPak, and this is what we found: