We often get asked, “How much water does a hot tub use?” The answer to this question will depend on the make and model of the hot tub. However, it is important information to know when it comes to estimating costs and finding the ideal installation location. In this article, we go over the Hydropool line of hot tubs and list the specifications for each model.
Hydropool Self-Cleaning† Line
This is a premium hot tub line that uses the latest technology and design principles to reduce the amount of labour required to keep the water clean†. Hydropool’s Self-Cleaning† hot tubs automatically remove dirt and debris from both the surface of the water and the floor of the hot tub using strategically placed vacuum and skimmer systems.
970 – Ten Person
The 970 is one of the largest hot tubs in the industry. It can hold up to 10 adults. It weighs 648 kilograms dry and 2661 kilograms full. The 970 has a 2003 litre capacity.
790 – Eight Person
The 790 provides seating for eight people and still has room for two lounger seats. It weighs 439 kilograms dry and 1983 kilograms when full of water. The 790 has a 1485 litre capacity
770 – Seven Person
The 770 features a lounger to go along with bucket seating that allows it to comfortably seat seven adults. It weighs 401 kilograms dry and 2009 kilograms full. It has a 1608 litre capacity.
720 – Seven Person
The 720 uses corner bucket seats to allow seven adults to bathe together in a smaller space. It weighs 387 kilograms dry and 1902 kilograms full. It has a 1515 litre capacity.
695 – Six Person
The 695 uses a larger design to make room for an immersion lounger. It can hold up to six adults. It weighs 368 kilograms dry and 1733 kilograms full. It has a 1365 litre capacity.
670 – Six Person
The 670 has a lounger and five other seats to hold six adults. It weighs 360 kilograms dry and 1521 kilograms full. It has a 1161 litre capacity.
570 – Five Person
The 570 features a lounger and enough room to seat five adults simultaneously. It weighs 307 kilograms dry and 1426 kilograms full. It has a 1119 litre capacity.
495 – Four Person
The 495 features two buckets and two loungers to provide spacious room for four adults. It weighs 297 kilograms dry and 1352 kilograms full. It has a 1055 litre capacity.
395 – Three Person
The 395 is the most compact model of the Self-Cleaning† line and offers seating for three adults. It weighs 279 kilograms dry and 1108 kilograms full. It has a 753 litre capacity.
Hydropool Serenity Series
Hydropool Serenity hot tubs are economical while still providing all the benefits that are associated with the Hydropool name. Insulated to deal with even the coldest temperatures, each model in the Serenity series also comes with a 10 year guarantee.
6800 – Seven Person
The 6800 has the capacity for seven adults while featuring a compact size. It weighs 297 kilograms dry and 1727 kilograms full. It has a 1430 litre capacity.
6600 – Six Person
The 6600 is built to seat six with four large and roomy four corner seats. It weighs 265 kilograms dry and 1141 kilograms full. It has a 1176 litre capacity.
5900 – Six Person
The 5900 is the largest hot tub of the Serenity series. It has a lounger seat and seats six adults. It weighs 304 kilograms dry and 1837 kilograms full. It has a 1533 litre capacity.
4500 – Five Person
The 4500 seats five adults and still has room for a lounger seat. It weighs 265 kilograms dry and 1441 kilograms full. It has a 1176 litre capacity.
4300 – Four Person
The 4300 can seat four adults and still has room for two lounger seats. It weighs 239 kilograms dry and 1163 kilograms full. It has a 935 litre capacity.
SE 4L – Four Person
The SE 4L comes as a convenient 110 volt, plug and play, but can be converted to 220 volts for extra power. It has a lounger and seats up to four adults. It weighs 239 kilograms dry and 1163 kilograms full. It has a 925 litre capacity.
Now you have a better idea of how much water a hot tub uses, download a free buyer’s guide for more information, or visit us at our London hot tub store.