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HOT TUB

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GoSauna Hot Tub is a great addition to our Home SPA SQUARE. The hot tubs marry the Japanese bathing culture and the Nordic naturalistic lifestyle. Our tubs are produced from durable fiberglass, which requires minimal effort in maintenance.

 

Water is heated through a duraluminium stove, making the GoSauna tub nature-friendly by it’s efficient thermal conductivity. Ideal for a past-time at your countryside home. For maximal protection the cover is available as an accessory.

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Hot Tub Low
2380 EUR

Designed for flat terrace integration. Best water temperature for enjoyment is between 37-40 degrees.

  • 2x2 meters

  • seats 4-6 people

  • modifiable into a kiddiepool

  • integrated stove

  • low maintenance and highly durable

  • also available in white

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Hot Tub High
2540 EUR

Designed for terrace integration with a securing edge to protect children. Best water temperature for enjoyment is between 37-40 degrees.

  • 2x2 meters

  • seats 4-6 people

  • modifiable into a kiddiepool

  • integrated stove

  • low maintenance and highly durable

  • also available in white

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Hot Tub Ready-2-Go
3890 EUR

Designed for placement on ground, ready to use without further intergrations. Best temperature for enjoyment is between 37-40 degrees.

  • 2x2 meters

  • seats 4-6 people

  • modifiable into a kiddiepool

  • integrated stove

  • low maintenance and highly durable

  • also available in white

*The prices include a heater

*The prices may change slightly due to fluctuations in the price of the material

HISTORY

Probably everyone is looking for new ways to relax after a day of various activities. A unique and interesting way to relax is outdoor hot tub – Japanese bath. As it is known, the Japanese are very hard-working, diligent people, so the idea that everything is done with high-quality made this product happen.

Japanese way of bathing isn’t sitting in a hot sauna but in hot water. Europeans not only love to bathe in hot water, but also refresh in cold water.

FIBERGLASS

Fiberglass is a strong lightweight material and it is used in many products. Although it is not as strong and stiff as composites based on carbon fiber, it is less fragile. Also its bulk strength and weight are better than many metals, and it can be more readily molded into complex shapes.

Use of fiberglass include aircraft, boats, automobiles, bath tubs and enclosures, swimming pools, hot tubs, septic tanks, water tanks, roofing, pipes, cladding, casts, and surfboards.

WHY HOT TUBS?

Hot tubs promote relaxation. When you’re immersed in hot water, your muscles become less tense and you release stress as a result. Being in an environment where the temperature is raised (like a sauna or a hot tub) helps to stimulate your body’s natural production of white blood cells.

An abundance of these cells aids in your body’s natural ability to fight off infections, viruses, etc. You’ll get sick less often if you’re using your hot tub on a regular basis.