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HOT TUB & SWIM SPA NEWS


Spa Crest Announce Coastal Range Facelifts


Spa Crest Europe, manufacturers of the world’s only carbon-fibre reinforced hot tubs,


have released a number of new and face-lifted models in their highly popular Coastal mid- range hot tubs. The


upgrades include a more ergonomic re-sculpting of shell contours and more hydrotherapy- focussed jet-arrays; as well as new optional


LED scatter lighting and drink holders. Tony Welsby,


Managing Director of Spa Crest Europe says: “We’ve recently completed a programme of upgrades to our Coastal range of products to re-sculpt the shells. We take anatomical data of real human bodies and use this to come up with designs that are beautifully comfortable and form-fitting in each seat, whether it’s an upright seat or a lounger.”


These new designs are then handed to the craftsmen in Spa Crest’s mould shop, where the new tech meets old school artisan skills. Spa Crest still make all their own moulds in-house and the team in their mould shop, some of whom have been with the company since they started over 25 years ago, hand-finish the moulds to the new designs to produce beautiful


ergonomic, supremely comfortable new shell designs. Jet types and positions are also devised to maximise the therapeutic benefit by targeting different trigger points on the body using differing jet arrays in each seat.


The comfort built in to a Spa Crest carbon-fibre reinforced spa shell cannot be overstated and is an integral part of the whole


experience. If you’re not comfortable in the hot tub, it’s not going to be relaxing. So much so, that in one visit to a Spa Crest dealer in Staffordshire, a lady who had already put a deposit down on another brand’s (more expensive) spa called them back to cancel her order and ask for her deposit to be refunded after sitting in a Hampton model. She said it was just so much more comfortable!


Models which have undergone the recent upgrades include the


The Hampton (above) has undergone an upgrade and the Key West is a brand new model


Hampton, the Hatteras and the St. Augustine. The new model is a five seater with lounger called the Key West, measuring 1.94m x 1.94m. Brand2Go models utilising the same moulds have also undergone the same upgrades.


Spa Crest Europe Ltd 0844 871 8730


www.spacrest-europe.com


Hot Tub Cinema On The Move


Having already made a splash in London and New York, Hot Tub Cinema is moving to Bristol for four dates in October. Hundreds of people are expected to attend the unusual events with the concept’s creator, who has spent time living in Bristol, confident the city will take to the bizarre formula. “They are two things people love: hot tubs and watching films,” said Asher Charman. “If you can find a better night out in Bristol this October, I’ll eat my Speedos.” Started as a private party for friends in Exeter in 2006, the Hot Tub Cinema was eventually launched as a public event in Hackney, London, in July 2012.


Customers Demand Chalet Company Adds Hot Tubs


VIP SKI chalets has added eight brand new hot tubs to its properties in the French ski resort of Val d’Isere after it found that 80% of all VIP SKI enquiries received last winter included a request for a hot tub. The company now has 41 chalets with hot tubs as standard, but some are more heavily hot tub endowed than others.


The company’s Aspen Lodge Suites will receive three communal hot tubs and three private hot tubs this winter, the latter in three of the contained suites, where they’ll be situated on the balcony, naturally.


30 October 2014 SPN www.swimmingpoolnews.co.uk


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