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Jacuzzi launch Skyline domestic overflow spa range

Posted on August 13, 2008 by , in 2. Hot Tubs & Gazebos

JacuzziOne of the most exciting additions to the Jacuzzi® Hot Tub Collection is the Skyline Profile.  This stylish, contemporary hot tub is the first tub designed for domestic installation featuring an infinity effect overflow and the deep immersion available gives the sensation of being in a far larger pool. 

Designed to seat 5-6 persons comfortably, this innovative new hot tub features lounge seating, interior lighting and an “Insound” stereo with a hidden speaker system.   An aromatherapy dispenser adds yet another dimension to the hydrotherapy experience.

31 Jacuzzi PowerPro® jets offer a range of massage experiences from a gentle and soothing massage to a deep muscle invigorating massage.  Jacuzzi patented jets are unique, with a 50/50 air to water ratio passing through each perfectly positioned jet.  The Skyline Profile features 1 x MX2,8 x FX, 6 x RX, 13NX2 x and 3 x FX2 jets all of which have been designed to deliver a different hydrotherapy experience.

Additional features include an “Instant Clear” function for rapid filtration, automatic water refill and self draining shell.

The hot tub has stylish stainless steel jet covers, interior finishes are available in White, Silver Pearl, Ocean Blue and Caribbean Blue, with the exterior in a luxurious Kanawood finish. 

Dimensions:  239cm x 215cm x 93cm
Water Capacity:  1,600 litres
Pumps:   2, 2 speeds
Retail Price Inc. VAT: £14,999

The Jacuzzi Hot Tub Collection is sold through specialist hot tub retailers throughout the UK.  For further details telephone 01782–717175 or visit

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  1. Saifalifaniband, April 1, 2014:

    I have a Optima Spa and after draining, clneaing and filling it, once I turned it back on it is not heating. The temp icon is on the screen but it is still not heating up any ideas what the problem could be???

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