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Air Jetted

Water Jetted

Spa jetted

Heated Air Blower

yes

no

yes

Water Pump

no

yes

yes

Air Infused Water Jets

no

yes

yes

Water Heater

no

optional

yes

Water Jet Speed Control

no

optional

yes

Ozone Sanitizing

optional

optional

yes on modern;
optional on vintage

Chromotherapy Light

optional

optional

yes

Integrated Drain & Overflow

yes

yes

yes

Pillow/s

optional

optional

yes

UL Listed

yes

yes

yes

MA Code Accepted

yes

yes

yes

Made in the USA

yes

yes

yes


  1. Air Jetted - Air jetting consists of small air injectors placed around the back and on the floor of the bathtub. Air is forced through tubing from a blower which is equipped with a heater. Air bubbles then enter the water and float upwards sliding over your body, back and legs, their slight coolness accentuating the sensation. While the air is heated, the bubbles will still feel slightly cooler than the water in a hot bathtub. There is no massage therapy from these bubbles, they purely create a relaxing, calming, pleasant feel.
  2. Water Jetted - This involves the re-circulation of the water inside the tub. The water is sucked through a pump and pushed back into the tub at pressure via direction adjustable jets placed at the back, feet and sides. Due to the force of the water, this can offer a pleasant and effective massaging action and can relieve body aches.
  3. Spa Jetted - This includes a combination of both the above as well as a speed control to slow the water jets where bathers may prefer a less aggressive action of the incoming water at the jets. It also includes a water heater that will maintain the temperature of the water in the tub and can also raise the temperature slightly if the jets are allowed to run for longer periods. Most will include ozone sanitizing to prevent any bacteria build up in the supply pipes and a chromotherapy underwater light. The choice of different colors on the light can create a pleasant ambiance while bathing.