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Blue Whale Spa Oceanside Twin 42-jet 5 Person Spa £4,514.89 - Delivered and Installed Costco Online

£4514.89 @ costco
Obviously a niche item but a very good price incl delivery and installation (normal Costco price apparently 6 grand!). Incidentally, the total price I've quoted includes 12 months membership of Cos… Read More
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4m, 1d agoFound 4 months, 1 day ago
Obviously a niche item but a very good price incl delivery and installation (normal Costco price apparently 6 grand!).

Incidentally, the total price I've quoted includes 12 months membership of Costco Online. If you aren't a member the price is more as you get a 5% surcharge.

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The Blue Whale Spa Oceanside Twin carries 42 large hydrotherapy jets generously placed in the hot tub seats, allowing each user to experience an entirely different massage sensation. As well as jets for the back, legs and thighs, there is also a large foot massage unit at the bottom of the spa. Air valves placed around the rim of the spa enable each user to have control over the strength of each seat’s individual performance. Whether it’s a calming or vigorous sensation you require, the choice is entirely yours.

Features:

Seating for 5 with 42 large hydrotherapy jets
2 x 4 BHP pumps (totaling 8 brake horsepower)
User-friendly Balboa control systems
LED waterfall
18 LED lights and one large, colour-changing LED master lamp in the base of the shell
4 hydro massage seats and 1 single lounger
2 kW Balboa heater
Two LED pop-up water fountains
Two air valves to adjust the massage strength
Triple insulation to ensure high energy efficiency; high density polyurethane foam sprayed on the tub shell, 25mm thick layer of foam with a silvered reflective layer inside the tub side panels and silvered foam in the tub base, provide the best insulation
Bluetooth sound system
Cloudy white shell colour with grey side panels
Requires 230V/13Amp RCD breaker (not included)
Includes cover, step, cover lifter, chemical starter pack and spare filter
Please also note standard delivery does not include crane hire or the closing of any roads. If you have any queries or what is included in the standard delivery please call Blue Whale Spa's customer helpline: 0115 954 8888

Specifications

Motor: 2 HP
Heater: 2 kW
Product Dimensions: H 190 x W 190 x D 83 cm
Number of Seats: 4
People Capacity: 5
Installation Included: Yes
Control System: Balboa
Colour: White Shell
Number of Loungers: 1
Starter Chemical Kit Included: Yes
Brand: Blue Whale Spa
Cover Included: Yes
Number Of Jets: 42
Material: Acrylic
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2 x 4 BHP pumps (totaling 8 brake horsepower)
Glad they worked that out for me, would have been on here all night!
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I do fancy one of these, but running costs are high. Budget £50 - £100 a month for electricity, chemicals, filters, water if you're on a meter.
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Wadadli_Cooler
I do fancy one of these, but running costs are high. Budget £50 - £100 a month for electricity, chemicals, filters, water if you're on a meter.
Can't comment on this model, but can on ours, Jacuzzi J375. Electricity is around £30-50 per month, depending on usage. Chemicals budget around £5/month. We're not on a water meter, but count on a refill every 3-4 months, around 1250-1500l of water. Filters, haven't replaced ours in 4 years but need to shortly, around £90 for both.

Edited By: youngrobbo on Feb 21, 2017 20:25
#4
One other word of caution, they're made in China. Be very careful about hot tubs from China. Did a lot of research when we purchased ours and was warned heavily against tubs made in China. Hopefully Costco will give you good backup if the worst does happen though.
2 Likes #5
Knowing how they value their reputation i would be very surprised if Costco knowingly sold rubbish products. And anyway what isn't made in China these days? You have to be careful of British companies who charge an arm and a lrg for stuff putting out anti Chinese proganda simply because they are in danger of losing their living.
4 Likes #6
Bought 4 thanks
1 Like #7
Are these suitable for people that aren't into swinging too?
1 Like #8
youngrobbo
One other word of caution, they're made in China. Be very careful about hot tubs from China. Did a lot of research when we purchased ours and was warned heavily against tubs made in China. Hopefully Costco will give you good backup if the worst does happen though.

Lol care to be a bit more descriptive?
1 Like #9
skik08
Bought 4 thanks

ohohoho hilarious, haven't heard that one before.
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red23
youngrobbo
One other word of caution, they're made in China. Be very careful about hot tubs from China. Did a lot of research when we purchased ours and was warned heavily against tubs made in China. Hopefully Costco will give you good backup if the worst does happen though.
Lol care to be a bit more descriptive?
Sure, when buying a hot tub do the same research we did, as it's quite a big ticket item. If you do the same research we did you'll come up with plenty of warnings to avoid tubs made in China. General list of problems include, poor insulation, poor quality pumps, electrics burning out, actual tub acrylic really poor quality, plumbing not great.

I would say do you homework.

I don't buy the what isn't made in China either. This is a £4500 purchase, go in with your eyes open. I would also want to test a hot tub before making the splash, so find a supplier you can try before you buy first. All good spa sellers will let you try first. This alone changed our path from Villeroy Boch to Jacuzzi with our purchase.

I would add, I'm a huge Costco fan, so their name and backup is a plus here.


Edited By: youngrobbo on Mar 04, 2017 22:11
1 Like #11
Wadadli_Cooler
I do fancy one of these, but running costs are high. Budget £50 - £100 a month for electricity, chemicals, filters, water if you're on a meter.
Thats so true, i'm trying to sell mine
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summerof76
Wadadli_Cooler
I do fancy one of these, but running costs are high. Budget £50 - £100 a month for electricity, chemicals, filters, water if you're on a meter.
Thats so true, i'm trying to sell mine
ahem
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#13
If you want to attract hot chicks to your garden, get one of these ASAP, heat added, ooh yeah :{
#14
Wadadli_Cooler
I do fancy one of these, but running costs are high. Budget £50 - £100 a month for electricity, chemicals, filters, water if you're on a meter.


Mine costs ~£30 month for electric, water is £2-£3 (metered) and chemicals less than that.
#15
Mine cost's
DemonIT
Wadadli_Cooler
I do fancy one of these, but running costs are high. Budget £50 - £100 a month for electricity, chemicals, filters, water if you're on a meter.
Mine costs ~£30 month for electric, water is £2-£3 (metered) and chemicals less than that.

Mine cost's 2-3k a month - but **** I don't care (_;)

Edited By: Bilbo1968 on Mar 06, 2017 01:01
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shabbird
summerof76
Wadadli_Cooler
I do fancy one of these, but running costs are high. Budget £50 - £100 a month for electricity, chemicals, filters, water if you're on a meter.
Thats so true, i'm trying to sell mine
ahemhttps://media.giphy.com/media/Q23NtV6pjMeC4/giphy.gif
I won't get much if its paid in rupees :3
#17
does anyone know how does this works if there's a crane required to get it over the house? it states in the delivery it's just a 2 man delivery to an outside area or garage
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bove9
does anyone know how does this works if there's a crane required to get it over the house? it states in the delivery it's just a 2 man delivery to an outside area or garage

HaHa...I'm suspecting you may have to pay for the crane yourself X)
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bove9
does anyone know how does this works if there's a crane required to get it over the house? it states in the delivery it's just a 2 man delivery to an outside area or garage
These are not too heavy and can be tipped sideways on a trolly. So if you have room it can be wheeled up the garden, if not then a crane would be needed. Look on youtube how its done.

Edited By: summerof76 on Mar 06, 2017 18:45: 0
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Yup, Mine's about £1/day to run too. The water isn't as significant as you'd think; like taking a bath a month. I always thought they were connected to the mains.

I was sceptical but my wife wanted one and I genuinely love it - down time without phones, talking about the day while looking at the stars. It's your money, buy one if you want one

Edited By: villageidiotdan on Mar 07, 2017 06:00: Spelling

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