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PRODUCT NEWS


Golden Coast Showcases Latest Additions To Essentials Range


Golden Coast have added a host of products to their already formidable ‘Essentials’ catalogue – the largest range of wet leisure accessories sold in Europe through a single supplier. Additions include the Cover


Caddy, a gas spring assisted cover lift which grants effortless spa cover removal. Its unique design allows for installation on an array of spa shapes and sizes in minutes. The Cover EX, meanwhile, requires just 12” of clearance, making it the perfect


cover for square and rectangular spas where space may be limited. EasyKlip, reputed to be the strongest tarp clip in the world, is an affordable, temporary solution for securing spa covers should clips become damaged.


Also new to Essentials, Spazazz Original Crystals will add a dash of aromatherapy to hot tubs. Available in ten luxurious flavours, including relaxing Warm French Vanilla and stimulating Eucalyptus Mint, there’s


Get SMART, Connect With A Pal!


Moving the entire process of pool testing and data analysis up a level is the new Bluetooth enabled Pooltest range from Palintest. Available immediately for the coming season, Palintest has built on the established pedigree of the current Pooltest photometer range by upgrading the Pooltest 9 and Pooltest 25 to provide seamless communication with Bluetooth SMART devices such as iPhones, iPads and similar devices.


Palintest have kept the best parts of the existing instrument – waterproof, simple to use, USB connection – and added the functionality of Bluetooth SMART and their new Aqua Pal app to provide instant or scheduled data upload when testing any pool anywhere and at any time.


Aqua Pal from Palintest When you are at the


poolside carrying out the test or uploading results from the van, data can be shared with colleagues and customers via the secure Palintest Portal. No more waiting until you return to the office to send the report – share the data when you wish via the cloud.


In addition to the enhanced communication capabilities the Pooltest 9 and Pooltest 25 kits have also been upgraded to provide a choice of fixed, portable and heavy-duty engineer’s versions. Each kit is provided with a full complement of accessories and an initial quantity of Palintest reagents.


Palintest Ltd 0191 491 0808 wwww.palintest.com


New Indoor Line From Almost Heaven Saunas


Almost Heaven Saunas is pleased to announce the introduction of an entirely new indoor sauna line. The 2-person Madison, 4-person Grayson, and 6-person Bridgeport join the lineup of outdoor Barrel Saunas. “We have been world leaders in high- quality outdoor barrel saunas,” said Company President Rick Mouw. “We’re now expanding into the indoor sauna category.” The new indoor saunas are built from thick western Canadian coastal hemlock, with trim and interior benches built from western red cedar. “These are beautiful hand-crafted steam sauna kits,” continued Mouw adding: “They continue our tradition of quality, genuine steam saunas but for indoor use.” Almost Heaven Saunas has been building quality sauna kits in West Virginia for nearly 40 years.


Almost Heaven Saunas +1 888 355 3050 www.almostheaven.com


26 October 2014 SPN www.swimmingpoolnews.co.uk


something to suit all moods. The


catalogue features new products to help


customers keep their spas and hot tubs looking pristine too. SpaFixR is a spa leak sealant, suitable for pipe works and surfaces of spas and hot tubs


– be they concrete or acrylic – and SpaGlo not only provides long-lasting UV protection, but also restores shine to dull- looking finishes.


The ingenious Accu-weigh is another exciting addition. A chemical scoop with built- in scales and LED display, it measures in both ounces and grams to make for effortless, accurate pool treatment. Further information on these items and many more can be found in the latest Essentials catalogue, available to download from the Golden Coast website.


Golden Coast 01271 378100 www.goldenc.co


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