- While you’ll find there’s plenty of room for four adults to comfortably relax, the portable hot tub features a compact profile, so you can conveniently place it indoors or outdoors
- Amongst the many classic jets, the J-210™ model boasts a powerful rotational jet, whirlpool jet and foot mound jets for a full-body hydromassage
- The spa doesn’t require electrical hardwiring so set up is simple, requiring only a 120V outlet for plug-in
The J-210™ model is low maintenance and energy efficient, making it easy on your wallet
|Seating Capacity||4 Adults|
|Dimensions||78 in x 36 in / 198 cm x 91 cm|
|Average Spa Volume||240 Gallons / 908 Liters|
|Dry Weight||527 lbs. / 239 kg|
|Total Filled Weight||3,112 lbs. / 1,412 kg|
|Pump 1||North America 2 speed, 1.5 continuous hp (2.0 brake hp*)
International 2 speed, 2.0 continuous hp (3.0 brake hp*)
|Water Purification System||CLEARRRAY®|
|Filters||1 – 50 sq ft filter (hydro)|
|Electrical North America||120 VAC 60 Hz 15A / 240 VAC 60Hz 30A or 40A|
|Electrical International||230 VAC 50 Hz 20A or 30A|
Colors & Cabinetry
|Cabinetry||Brazilian Teak, Roasted Chestnut, Silverwood|
|Shell Colors**||Platinum, Silver Pearl, Sahara, Sand, Desert Sand, Opal, Monaco|
NOTE: Spa Volume is based on average fill.
Jacuzzi Hot Tubs may make product modifications and enhancements. Specifications may change without notice. International products may be configured differently to meet local electrical requirements. Dimensions are approximate. Spa volume is based on average fill. Manufactured under one or more United States patent numbers. Other patents may apply.
Estimated monthly cost is based on CEC test protocol for standby power consumption only. Test results measured in a controlled environment based on a kilowatt rate per hour of $0.10. Local and future energy rates, local conditions and individual use will alter these estimated monthly costs.For complete CEC test protocol and results visit http://www.energy.ca.gov
* Pump input or brake horsepower (bhp) is the actual horsepower delivered to the pump shaft. Source: ITT Goulds Pumps, Centrifugal Pump Fundamentals.