Is there anything better than sitting in a spa on your deck, beer in hand on a clear night? Probably, but that idea still sounds amazing! The only problem with that fantasy – the price of fibreglass spas. They are hefty, even if you can get one on sale.
When I heard about Mspa Direct, which sells inflatable spa pools my curiosity was piqued. I had my concerns about the quality of an inflatable, but after actually seeing them and having a chance to touch them you could really see that the materials used were very strong and durable I was a little closer to being convinced this was a possible option for us. What really threw me was the price – offer a spa that could fit four people for a fraction of their fibreglass counterparts. Not only that, they came in a box which you could pop in the car and transport home, something you can’t do with a fibreglass spa.
So we did what any reasonable person would we – we bought one. The guys at Mspa Direct were friendly and helpful when it came to setting up our spa. It comes with instructions, which are pretty straightforward as well. It comes with an attachment that plugs onto the bubbles feed for the pool and you use that to pump it up. There has been serious thought that has gone into these designs to make them really user friendly.
Something that really stood out for me was the fact that the spa we bought has a zip top lid. This allows you to close the top, not only to keep the heat in but also to keep the kids out when you are not there. It also has a space on the spa for a lock so you can lock the lid. This was a massive plus for us having a younger child. This was just another feature that really showed that the designers at Mspa really looked at all the angles to offer the best all round product possible.
We have had ours for nearly a month now and it gets plenty of use. It stays on, so it’s ready to go if we feel the urge for a spa. As for power usage, I know this was something that came up for us as a possible con for owning a spa. We were thinking if it’s on all the time it could use a ton of power. Instead, we found that running it at around 38 degrees our power bill only went up an extra $15-$20 a month – less than $5 a week to run.
All in all we are really happy with our spa from Mspa Direct. It ticks all the boxes for affordability, durability, convenience, and safety.
The Mspa direct range starts from as little as $799. Check out the full range at http://www.mspadirect.co.nz/collections/spa-pools
Thanks to Mspa Direct they have given NZ Dads a voucher code for their site. Just enter the code: NZdads and get $100 off any spa you purchase.