Wood Fire Hot Tub
Easy-Care PE Plastic Interior
Spruce Frame and Exterior Trim
30KW Marine Grade Aluminum Heater
550lbs – Heater weighs 60lbs
Tub Diameter – 180 cm (72″)
Height without Cover – 119 cm (48″)
Height with Cover – 145 cm (57″)
Chimney – 200 cm (78″)
Water Capacity – 1400 Liters (370 Gallons)
Aluminum Heater can accommodate logs up to 50cm long
EPS Thermally Insulated under seat
Tap for Drainage included
Seating Depth – 35cm
Seating Height – 25cm
Approx. 4 hours of initial heating time – this time may vary based on the type of wood used, type of water used, initial water temperature, weather, etc.
* Recommended to use Chlorine, NOT BROMINE, if interested in using chemicals
* Chemicals are not required for tub use – this is up to the user’s discretion
* No filter or pump
* EPS Insulation, or Expanded Polystyrene Insulation, as used under the seats, is a closed cell insulation that has been utilized since the 1950s. It is made up of 98% trapped air and only 2% plastic, making it an efficient insulator with a small amount of raw material.
“I absolutely love the wood-fired hot tub! There are many great features about this hot tub, the greatest being that it holds the heat incredibly well. With an outside temperature of 3°, achieving a temperature of 106° took just over 4.5 hours using briquettes. I found if the tub is used every day, it only takes around 1.5 hours to heat up to that temperature again as the temperature in the tub only dropped 10°overnight. This hot tub also boasts a well-thought-out design. The depth of the tub ensures full-body submersion, and the wide rim creates arm supports and headrest for stargazing. There is plenty of room to stretch out tight muscles and the bench can add extra leverage to get that extra stretch. I really like the fact that the tub sits up off the ground; it kind of creates a layer between the busyness of the day and a pure relaxation experience where there is a sense of being lifted into the trees and sky. What I have come to enjoy about the wood-fired hot tub is the ritual. To tend to the crackling fire and then simply soaking in that effort creates an intentional pause, unplugging one from the stresses of the day and connecting to the natural world.
And this hot tub looks adorable in the backyard to boot!”