Imola Swim Spa


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The Imola Swim Spa is a dual zone, 7600-litre capacity swimming tub with seating for seven (including the lounger) in one separate enclosed end of the swim spa and two seats in the main swim tub area. This means, in essence, that each area is optimised for its primary use, one for swimming or intensive training – the two seats in the actual swim area can be used by a coach, to supervise young swimmers or simply to relax and observe the swimmer.

The swim area water power is provided by three, 3HP Typhoon pumps and the three counter-current jets generate a quite matchless flow rate in this particular price range. This makes a swim very invigorating yet extremely smooth. For those requiring a more challenging workout, the three pumps can be optionally upgraded to 4HP to provide quite an incredible 925 litres per minute per pump flow rate.

After a stimulating workout or swim, simplify swap over to the Imola’s luxurious hot tub area to fully relax and rejuvenate. With seven ergonomically designed seats, including the lounger, it can comfortably accommodate six or seven people. The 37 award-winning hydrotherapy jets here are powered by a 3Hp pump for a simply wonderful massage experience. There is also a supplementary 0.5Hp circulation pump that ensures a steady flow, and while the very cost-effective and heat-efficient 3KW water heater does an excellent job, there is currently a free upgrade to the award-winning “What Spa Best Buy” AquaIntel 7kW Air Source Heat Pump.

Adding an opulent extra touch of class is the state-of-the-art touchscreen display keypad that offers intuitive fingertip control for all the functions of your hot tub. This hi-tech, yet extremely easy-to-use digital large-face control console, displays time, functions, temperature and water pump speeds. Together with the LED mood lighting and premium quality built-in Bluetooth speakers, you can create a wonderful ambience and atmosphere. Enjoy your favourite music as you work out or relax.

There is also an optional WiFi kit to enable you to set your hot tub functions remotely from any location.

  • Seating – 1 lounger, 6 seats
  • 5850mm x 2200mm x 1520mm
  • 59 Stainless Steel Jets (including 37 award-winning hydrotherapy jets)
  • WiFi ready
  • Premium Bluetooth speakers
  • Premium LED lighting
  • 3 x 3HP Swim Pumps; 1 x 2HP Seat Pump; 2 x 2HP Massage Pumps; 700-watt air blower
  • Gecko IN.K1000 touchscreen display control panel

Hot tub delivery UK

Delivery and installation is FREE within 220 miles of our showroom in Chesterfield, North Derbyshire. We charge £5 per mile once 220 miles is exceeded, this will be calculated on sale of the hot tub. Please ensure your house has sufficient space to access the hot tubs proposed position, if not we may need to organise delivery via crane aka a boom truck which will be a paid service. Take all the necessary measurements before our delivery is agreed to ensure a smooth delivery process. We also offer collections from our showroom free of charge.

Swim spa delivery UK

Crane (Hi-Ab) Swim Spa delivery within 100 miles, £699 with £5 per mile thereafter

We will arrange with you for delivery of your swim spa to your address at a mutually convenient time. We will lift the tub into your desired home location at home using our Hi-Ab (truck-mounted crane) delivery truck. There is a 9m reach on the Hi-ab lifting arm that we use, so the location of your swim spa needs to be relatively proximal to the physical point of delivery.

Flat Bed Swim Spa delivery within 100 miles, £599 with £5 per mile thereafter

We will arrange with you for delivery of your swim spa to your address at a mutually convenient time on our flatbed truck. You will need to have an arrangement in place at home for supplementary lifting facilities (a telehandler or crane capable of lifting your swim spa with straps) to lift the swim spa from our truck and place it in the required location. Please contact us to discuss this if required.

Once your swim spa is firmly in place, the water and electricity supply can then be connected (these both need to be installed in advance of your swim spa’s arrival, as does the base you intend to stand the swim spa on).

Please do contact us before your purchase to discuss any of these details, as we will require a walk-through video together with location photos.

Self-collection from our warehouse - FREE

You will always be welcome to come directly to our warehouse and collect your brand-new swim spa any time during weekdays or by appointment at weekends. We can load it onto your vehicle with our forklift truck.You will need a suitable vehicle or trailer that can safely accommodate a “big item” that weighs more than 1.5 tonnes.

You must also have the appropriate lifting equipment to unload and install the swim spa at your address.

It has been recognised for many years now that hot tubs can provide users with some excellent health benefits, both physical and mental. The massaging jets and warm water in a modern hot tub can help to relax your muscles and also soothe your mind. The physical and health benefits of hot tubs are not new – they have been known for centuries.

However, there is much more to be gained from owning your own luxury hot tub. Relax in it whenever you want, no need to book in advance or queue at the venue; no interruptions from others waiting to use the tub, all with privacy and choosing who you want to be with you.

Reduce stress and anxiety

Regular hot tub use not only lowers those stress hormones, but it also boosts your mood through the raising of your levels. According to the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio, the hot water in the tub also sends a signal to your brain that you can now relax, and being in your own private, luxury hot tub environment, your troubles can then simply melt away.

Increased circulation

According to Healthline Medical, relaxing in a hot tub can have positive effects on blood pressure by lowering it and increasing vascular function by gently, but importantly, raising your heart rate. Using your hot tub regularly can help reduce cardiovascular risk, even more relevant for people with decreased mobility.

Workout recovery

A good soak in a hot tub followed by a few gentle stretch exercises after a workout is a great way to relax your muscles, reduce stiffness and help you recover. According to the UK’s Marathon Handbook, the moist heat therapy of a hot tub can greatly accelerate muscle recovery.

Increased quality of sleep

According to the American National Library of Medicine, heating your body passively through immersion in a hot tub one to two hours before bedtime can help improve your sleep quality. It can also include a significant reduction in the time it takes you to actually fall to sleep, as well as improve your total sleep time overall.

Reduce inflammation

Hot tubs can help significantly with the relief from back pain, joint pains and headaches, according to NICE, (The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence). The water temperature helps to reduce swelling and fluid build-up in joints, with the ‘weightlessness’ experienced in the water also helping to take the pressure off body joints and thus reduce the pain.

Helps manage arthritis symptoms

Hydrotherapy, using a hot tub, can help with increasing joint flexibility and mobility for those suffering from rheumatoid arthritis. Just a 15- to 20-minute soak in the soothing, buoyant warm water, decreases pressure on the joints and can help relax muscles.

Increased social connection

Your hot tub is not just your own personal relaxation, massager and stress reliever, but a great way to interact socially with friends and family by ‘not going out’ and thus having a great night in. Put your phones away, chat, laugh together, catch up with each other and relax in your own warm and quiet environment.

Some famous hot tub users

You could be joining some high-profile celebrities who are known for enjoying the benefits of their hot tubs at home.

The 2012 and 2016 Olympic gold medallist and London Marathon winner (plus many other world-class races) Sir Mo Farrah is known for using his hot tub for post-race recovery.

Soccer star David Beckham encourages others to unwind using hot tub time, something he firmly espouses so that his family can relax together away from the media spotlight.

George Clooney likes nothing more than regaling his film exploits to friends altogether enjoying the hot tub when entertaining at his home in Italy.

The always-busy Oprah Winfrey is a great advocate for self-care and recognises the therapeutic value a hot tub can bring. She regularly gathers her friends around her in her California mansion hot tub for long chats about the state of the world.

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