An honest and personal review.
Given not all inflatable hot tubs are suitable for cold weather use, if you are considering a portable spa for the winter months, it is important you do proper research before making your purchase.
In today’s post, I am sharing the best inflatable hot tub I have found for cold climates...
Before thoroughly researching various inflatable spa brands and styles, I had assumed all hot tubs were suitable for cold and/or freezing temperatures. This is not the case!
While many SaluSpa iterations are marketed with “freeze protection” technology, if you read the fine lines in the product specs, you will see that most of these portable spas are not recommended for use in weather under 40 degrees Fahrenheit (4 degrees Celsius).
With budget, customer reviews and winter functionality in mind, I went with the Coleman SaluSpa Tahiti Inflatable Hot Tub Spa, 2-4 Person AirJet Spa.
Not only was it the most budget-friendly option for my needs, the product came with a Freeze Shield feature. The spa can be used in freezing temperatures as long as the ambient temperature is above 14 degrees Fahrenheit.
I have owned this inflatable hot tub for almost one full year now, and am extremely happy with my purchase. It has proven to withstand cold winter weather just fine in my covered porch area.