Baja Spas

Brand Overview

Baja Spas, family owned and operated since 1972, created the first vacuum formed acrylic hot tub, which debuted at the National Spa and Pool Institute Expo in Los Angeles in 1974.  One of the most popular Baja lines is their Sportub series, which are plug-and-play systems. The 1059 model has a built-in chemical feeder, sealed filtration system, and a gravity drain with garden hose fitting.  It has 12 therapy jobs and is ozone ready.  The Performance series is another popular line. They are generally bigger than the Sportub and have more optional upgrades. The 1046 model (88″ x 88″ x 35″) has 38 therapy jets, and comes with the KleenH20 water treatment system, built-in ozone purification system, a built-in chemical feeder, and a sealed filtration system.

Baja’s top-of-the-line model is from the Whitewater series with 50 therapy jets and 27 LED lights (88″ x 88″ x 38″) It has the KleenH20 water treatment and the built-in ozone purification systems.  Like the others, it has a built-in chemical feeder, sealed filtration system, and gravity drain with garden hose attachment.  It also comes standard with three water pumps and Quik Heat heating system.

All Baja Spas come in an array of colors and with many options.  Lighting systems, handheld massage wands and antimicrobial protection are available options.  Baja Spas are Energy Star compliant, and have a comprehensive manufacturer’s warranty (10-year structural, 5-year acrylic surface, 3-year parts and service).  

Additional brands/lines include:  Cove Spas, Garden Leisure Spas, Shoreline Spas.

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