The Vita Spa brand is manufactured by Maax Spa Industries, based in Chandler, Arizona. For over 30 years, the name Vita Spa has been synonymous with innovation and ultimate comfort. For Vita Spa it all starts with construction. The steel sub-structure used in Vita’s 700 and 500 Series has the highest strength to weight ratio of any other building material. The light-gauge steel frame provides greater structural integrity than wood and has superior corrosion protection. This steel structure allows for complete serviceability of the entire structure and all mechanical parts. It can be serviced and returned to factory specifications right in your yard.
The Chateau model hot tub is 38″ deep, has a 308-gallon capacity, 45 stainless steel jets and seats five to six people. Other features are 24-hour filtration, cascade water feature, SmartTouch controls and Wifi connectivity. The exterior is made of a high impact composite, Excel-X™, that looks and feels like natural wood. Excel-X™ is ecologically friendly, does not fade or stain, and is virtually maintenance free. AquaGlo™ is a combination of water and light enhancements that truly differentiate the 700 and 500 Series models from an average spa. Exterior colors are Pecan, Gray and Mocha.
Vita Spa offers an app to give you complete control of your 700 Series hot tub from anywhere. Control the temperature or change filter cycles to save energy costs, or turn on the jets and lights prior to slipping into the soothing, relaxing water.
Additional brands/lines include: LA Spas, In-Fit Swim Spas, California Cooperage Hot Tubs, Elite Spas, Vita Spas, PowerPool Swim Spas, XStream Swim Spas
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We've had our vita prestige a few months now and it's the best tub I've ever owned & I've owned a few. To the guy who complained about the touch screen not working with wet hands, lol, get real bud. Don't you own a cell phone or tablet to know your hands need to be dry lol? Lower end models offer button controllers over touch screens but there's negatives in that they're more complicated to program and not as feature rich. To the guy who is upset the heater only lasts two years, thats standard for any hot tub. New heaters only run about 200-300. You'll need to replace your uv light every year also costing another 100 or so. Welcome to the world of hot tub ownership! They aren't cheap but are worth it IMO which is why I've bought one for every home I've ever owned. My caldera spa had both the heater and motherboard failure within the first year, both covered under warranty but after the new heater was installed it lasted 2 years which was out of warranty. My cal spa tub didn't have ozone or uv like my vita but also needed the heater replaced 2 years out which wasn't covered under warranty. That was years ago and back then was only 150-200 to replace. Pumps can last 5 years too but they will fail in time. Depending on hp and speed settings can cost as much as 700 to replace. Again, welcome to the world of hot tub ownership. It's not for everyone.
Purchased top of the line Hot tub only to learn that the control panel won't work when it or I am wet. Answer back from vita spa was to dry my hands first. IT IS A HOT TUB STUPID!!😠. I want another brand.
Bought a vita spa and it worked great for about 2 years then the heater went out called leasure time spas they came out after telling me they no longer carried vita spas. Replaced the heater then discovered that the mother board had shorted out. Now after over two months I still can’t get ahold of any one to help me. They just keep telling me that I need to talk with someone else. Not satisfied with anything about this place.