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Hot Tub Brand Reviews
We are currently updating our site and content for 2021 so we are re-writing all of our reviews to make sure the information in them is as current as possible. We are adding a new review almost every day so if the brand you are interested in is not listed, come back in a few days and we will likely have it done.
Please note that these are BRAND REVIEWS and not model specific. Many brands have differences in the models and lines so these are overviews of the brand itself. For a drill down on a specific model why not try out our hot tub evalutator for the true picture on a given model
Artesian Brand Review
The artesian line of hot tubs was, for a very long time, one of our top tier brands. They are one of the few companies that used to do everything right when building hot tub's and they still do almost everything right.
Costco Hot Tub Review
For years now mass merchants have been trying, unsuccessfully, to break into the Hot Tub market with promises of great prices on good quality Hot Tubs and Swim Spas. The reality is they have failed miserably to provide quality products at a competitive price, instead selling low end spas at prices that any budget online direct seller can meet or beat.
Cal-Spa Brand Review
The Cal-Spa line of hot tubs is a solid, well-built line of hot tubs. They use quality components like Balboa and Waterways and, for the most part, use the right construction methods and materials.
Beachcomber Brand Review
Beachcomber hot tubs are a mixed bag. I find them really overpriced by a long shot, I saw the summer saver deal for last year and laughed so hard I almost cried. Some of the suggested retail prices are literally twice what they are really worth.
Master Spa Brand Review
Master Spas hot tubs are not only at the top of our list in terms of high-quality, they also have models that top out in performance terms as well. These guys know how to build hot tubs and the engineering department runs the show, not the marketing guys.