Newest model is bigger with more jets By Keith Loria Maax Spas’ recently released its 880 model, described as a new model rather than a redesign. The differences in the 880 can be seen right away, starting with its unique shape and styling. “The new 880 is deeper, and
Customer feedback leads to new Sundance series By Kristan Hart The team at Sundance Spas is no stranger to innovation, but that wasn’t the only goal for its new line of hot tubs, the 980 Series. The birth of the 980 Series also came from customer and dealer feedback.
Acrylic manufacturer offers spas at rotomold pricing By Jim Raposa Mike Johnson is excited to talk about Signature Spas, he has plenty of reasons, but his No. 1 reason is: American made. “We’re made in America, by Americans,” Johnson says. “We’ve gone out of our way — more than
Best features of previous Marquis lines blended with TRON and the Death Star By Michelle L. Cramer The world doesn’t need another boring box of hot water, says Jim Johnston, vice president of marketing for Marquis. Which is why Marquis, the Independence, Oregon, hot tub manufacturer, started developing a new
New material makes hot tub cover lighter, comes with longer warranty By Michelle L. Cramer Let’s face facts: Vinyl hot tub covers aren’t the pièce de résistance of backyard décor. Manufacturer Dimension One Spas, based in Carlsbad, California, knows this full well, and in April 2016 released its response: the