Many people feeling the itch to buy a hot tub or swim spa ask themselves this question and come up empty with a sound answer. Below is a list of hot tub customer profiles that will help the average consumer determine where they belong. Determining your profile can be helpful in selecting a hot tub as the industry is chock-full of hot tub types and price ranges. Of course there are many other reasons that a person might make a hot tub purchase but at the end of the day each of those reasons roll up to one of these three profiles.
Hot Tub Customer Profiles:
Buyer’s Needing Therapy and Relaxation (medical purposes)
Some buyers purchase hot tubs for health or medical reasons. Ailments include but aren’t limited to, back aches and pains, muscle aches and pains, poor circulation, poor sleep, diabetes, arthritis, and detoxification. Under some circumstances a hot tub can be an income tax write off if prescribed by a doctor for medical reasons.
Buyer’s Wanting Family Time and Recreation
A hot tub can be a fun family activity, especially for those with small children. The effort and cost required for a pool may be too much, and a hot tub can be a nice alternative.
Buyer’s Wanting Swimming or Exercise
Swim Spas and Exercise spas are great options for consumer’s not wanting to leave the comforts of their own home to get a workout. The convenience of having your own personal pool is second to none. There is a multitude of low impact, high intensity workouts that can be done in a swim/exercise spa. Stretching and water aerobics are also commonplace in a swim spa.