Bestway New Year's Hot Tub Party - REVIEW - #Bestway #BestwayUSA #SaluSpa #InflatableHotTub #InflatableSpa #Tryazon

Saturday, January 6, 2024


DISCLOSURE: I received a free product from Bestway and Tryazon in exchange for hosting a party and sharing my honest review. No further compensation was provided. All opinions are my own.

We visit the beach every summer and usually the house we rent has a hot tub. My family enjoys spending time in them. But, that's usually the only time we get to use one. So, we were super excited to be chosen to receive a free inflatable hot tub. I had actually thought about buying one of these when everything was shut down during COVID, but we never got around to doing it. We were sent the Coleman SaluSpa Bahamas AirJet Inflatable Hot Tub.


We had invited friends and family over to come celebrate New Year's Eve with us, but, unfortunately, only my cousin was able to stop by. But, we did enjoy the hot tub and he was pretty impressed with the size and the look of the hot tub.


The Coleman SaluSpa Bahamas AirJet Inflatable Hot Tub is an inexpensive alternative to a full size hot tub. It features:

  • Fits up to 4 people
  • Spa reaches up to 104 degrees F (40 degrees C)
  • AirJet system features 120 jets, which release bubbles from the bottom of the spa to create a warm, bubbling hot tub environment
  • DuraPlus material is durable and puncture-resistant and retains its shape no matter how many times it's inflated and deflated
  • Freeze Shield automatic heating function protects liner and pump from damage due to cold weather
  • Spa pump quickly inflates the spa, heats it up, runs filtration and controls the massage system
  • Spa pump includes cup holders for drinks and snacks
  • ChemConnect chemical dispenser evenly disperses a stable amount of chlorine
  • Reinforced cover holds in heat when not in use
  • Water capacity: 177 gallons
  • Size: 71 in x 26 in

We set up the hot tub in our screened in porch. It's been very cold, with highs only in the low 40's. We figured the screened in porch would help keep some of the elements out.

I will say, the manual could have been better. It's mostly pictures for the setup and disassembly. It would have been nice if the parts were labeled and named. The pictures weren't always clear, so it did take some figuring out.

Inflation was pretty easy. We took the spa out of the box and attached the pump. It took only about 5 minutes or so to fully inflate.

We did have an issue since our power outlet in our screened in patio died and so we had to plug the hot tub into an outlet in our kitchen. The plug wouldn't fit into any of the extension cords we had and the manual did indicate using an extension lead or multi plug adaptor could cause the spa to overheat.

It took about an hour to fill the hot tub up to the minimum fill line. Because it has been so cold, it would have taken up to 40 hours to get the hot tub to hot enough of a temperature to enjoy it. Unfortunately, we couldn't keep our patio door open for almost two days. So, we never actually got it heated up to 104 degrees. But, with the ambient temperature at 30 degrees, even 80 degree hot tub water felt nice.

We only used the hot tub for a bit on New Year's Eve, since it was cold. We also used it the following weekend. We're hoping to use it more often as the weather warms up and after we get the outlet fixed in our patio.

The bubbles were nice, though we overfilled our hot tub the second time we used it. And so with the bubbles and kids splashing, we had a lot of spillage.

I think it's best for two adults, space-wise. Especially, if you want to stretch your legs. I could see four adults, if you're sitting cross-legged. 

Overall, we enjoyed the hot tub and can't wait to use it more once it isn't 30 degrees outside!

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