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J-215

J-215™

Seating Capacity: 2-3
Price: $$
Jets: 19
Dimensions: 76" x 66" x 32"
Spa Volume: 220 gal / 833 liters
Lounge: Yes

Learn More About this Hot Tub

The J-215™ hot tub is ideal for patios or small spaces. This low-profile lounge model accommodates up to three adults and features jets that provide a powerful massage, with a mix of lounge and side-by-side seating for comfort and flexibility.

Available as EPS or foam

J-215™ Hot Tub Specifications

J-215

Seating Capacity: 2-3

Dimensions: 76" x 66" x 32"

Spa Volume: 220 gal / 833 liters

Seat Jets: Lounge

Lounge: Yes

Dry Weight: 492 lbs (223 kg)

Primary Pump: North America (60 Hz): 2-Speed, 2.5 HP brake, 1.5 HP continuous, 48 Frame

Secondary Pump: N/A

Circulation Pump: No

Diverter Valves: 0

Water Quality

Filtration: CLEARRAYActive Oxygen™ Clean Water System

Filters: 1


Electrical

North America: 60 Hz 120 VAC@15A (GFCI cord)/ 240 VAC@30A or 40A

Available Seating

J-215™ Semi Lounge

A semi-lounge seat delivers total body relief, pinpointing muscles at your shoulders, back, legs and feet.

J-215™ Targeted Back and Shoulder Seat

Delivers powerful rejuvenation to larger muscles in the lower back and shoulders, facing another therapy seat to facilitate a conversation.

J-200™ Collection Features

Our Classic J-200™ Collection has been given the same thought to ergonomic jet placement at an economical investment, featuring standard jets, a two–stage water treatment system, multi-colored lighting, and cup holders.

J-200 Lounge

J-200™ Lounge

A combination of a lounge seat and open seating with ClassicPro™ jets offers a complete hydromassage experience with tested jet placement.

CLEARRAYActive

CLEARRAYACTIVE OXYGEN CLEAN WATER SYSTEM

In addition to a two-stage Filtration System, which includes surface skimmer and pleated filter, CLEARRAY® utilizes the same UV-C technology that beverage manufacturers, municipal waste water plants, hospitals and other health care environments use without producing or adding gas, chemicals, or other by-products to the water as a result.