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Technology Breakthrough  Safe, comfortable bathing from Jacuzzi®


Finally... Jacuzzi makes bathing Walk-In tub is luxurious,


safe and affordable again The Jacuzzi®


feature-packed and affordable T


here is nothing like the simple pleasure of taking a warm bath. The cares of the day seem to fade


away, along with the aches and pains of everyday life. Unfortunately for many aging Americans with mobility issues, slipping into a bath can result in slipping onto the floor. The fear of falling has made the simple act of bathing and its therapeutic benefits a thing of the past… until now. firstSTREET has partnered with Jacuzzi®, the company that perfected hydrotherapy. Together, they’ve created a walk-in tub that offers more than just safe bathing, peace-of-mind and independence, it can actually help you feel better. Unlike traditional bathtubs,


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Jacuzzi® Walk-In Tub features a leakproof door that allows you to simply step into the tub rather than stepping precariously over the side. It features a state-of-the-art acrylic surface, a raised seat, and the controls are within easy reach. No other Walk-In Tub features the patented Jacuzzi®


PointProTM high-volume, jet system. These low-pressure pumps


feature a perfectly balanced water to air ratio to massage thoroughly yet


gently. Some swirl, some spiral, some deliver large volumes of water and others target specific pressure points. They are all arranged in precise locations designed to deliver a therapeutic massage, yet they are fully adjustable so that your bathing experience can be completely unique.


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SEE THE JACUZZI® DIFFERENCE


Laboratory tests clearly show how Jacuzzi® outperforms other manufacturers’ jet systems, producing a deeper and wider plume of revitalizing bubbles. Best of all, it doesn’t cost you a penny more!


Why spend another day wishing


you could enjoy the luxury and pain-relieving benefits of a safe, comfortable bath? Call now and you’ll get an unsurpassed lifetime warranty. Knowledgeable product experts are standing by to help you learn more about this product. Call today!


 Comfort - Insist on ergonomic design, easy-to-reach controls.


 Endorsements - Only consider tubs that are ETL or UL listed. Also look for a tub tested to IAPMO (International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials) standards and that’s USPC (Universal Spa Plumbing Code) Certified.


• Low Threshold Step


• Jacuzzi® PointProTM Jet System


• Comfortable Built-in Seat


30 WWW.OK-LIVING.COOP Jacuzzi®


Walk-In Tub For information call:


1-888-943-8024 Call now Toll-Free and mention your special promotion code 45899.


Third-party financing available with approved credit. Not Available in Hawaii and Alaska


All rights reserved. © 2012 firstSTREET® For Boomers and Beyond®


, Inc.


What To Look For in a Walk-In Tub:


Five major considerations to help make an informed decision before buying a Walk-In Tub:


 Quality - A walk-in tub is a major investment. You want to find a quality tub that will last for decades. Look for one that’s acrylic, 100% leakproof, mold-resistant, full metal frame construction and American made.


 Warranty - Ask for a lifetime “no leak guarantee.” The best tubs offer a lifetime warranty on both the tub and the operating system.


 Pain Relieving Therapy - Find a tub that has both water and air jet therapy to soak away your aches and pains preferably with a perfectly balanced water to air ratio.


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