Hot Tubs are for celebrities and swingers

Despite their growing popularity, Hot Tubs are still considered the domain of celebrities and swingers. But with estimates now indicating that approximately one in ten households now have a Hot Tub, surely it’s time for that stereotype to change.

Who has Hot Tub?

The short answer is anyone! Most Hot Tub owners are 25+ and a house owner, but beyond that people from all walks of life have found that a Hot Tub is not only an investment in their home, but a tangible investment in their overall health and well-being. With more and more companies offering up to four years’ finance, what used to be a lavish expense, had become an affordable luxury.

Why are they so popular?

Hot Tubs offer a stamp of luxury to your home. With you own personal Hot Tub, gone are the days of you having to share a tub with strangers at your local gym or health club. You can escape to your own private paradise, without having to leave the comfort of your own home.

Hot Tub Benefits

The benefits of water have been revered for thousands of years. The human attraction to water is instinctual and it’s no surprise that many of our recreational pursuits centre around water. Hot tubs are no different, manipulating water and temperature pressure to create a unique hydrotherapy with many amazing health and wellbeing benefits.

They are also great for providing relief from conditions such as arthritis and fibromyalgia. Coast Spas CEO is a board member of Arthritis Research Canada, and so providing therapeutic relief is a the forefront of the companies priorities.

Sounds great. How do I get one?

Eagle Leisure provide the highest quality Hot Tubs available worldwide. Coast Spas lead the way in design and innovation, so you not only get a Hot Tub to help you relax, but one that looks great too. Contact us to find out more about our Hot Tub and finance options available.

Debbie Ekins
Debbie Ekins
Eagle Leisure - Sales & Marketing Manager Mission = to arm you with the knowledge you need to make the best buying decisions. Fuelled by coffee (and naps). Explorer of Scotland and the world.