Accustomed to the sharp climate in Northern Europe, people have discovered hot tub, like a way to relax in the water at low temperatures. Use of outdoors hot tub become a tradition in the Nordic countries, as they call them “badtunna or badestamp“.
We know that a fresh air and at least 15 minutes of swimming in the warm water substantially reducing stress after a busy day. If we have a relaxed body and a peaceful sleep, the next day we will surely overcome more easily. But, what if you simply are not able go to the a spa or at least not getting to walk?
As an interesting solution can be outdoor hot tub in your garden. For someone luxury for someone not, in any case is an excellent investment. In this post we’ll describe 3 jacuzzi inspirations.
1. Swedish hot tubs
This outdoor bath is heated by a wood-burning oven and can be placed in your backyard. It creates a semi-natural bath experience and a warm refuge for you, your family and friends- even in deepest winter.
When you fire up the tub creates a natural pressure in the oven that gets your bath water to circulate by themselves. Oven is cleverly integrated into the hot tub, so that the cold water at the bottom circulates through the oven when fire burning. In this way, a uniform temperature throughout the hot tub.. One of these hot tub in Sweden costs between 35 000 and 45 000 sek (4 100 – 5 200 $).
3. Heitur Pottur hot tub
Inspired by Iceland (is. heitur pottur = eng. hot tub). This type of hot tub is a Norwegian inventions which dates from 1870. The design reminds of a cup tea, made of acrylic and exist in many modern colors.
The water is heated for only 2 hours. By price is one in accessible form of hot tub because it is simply designed, the heating is natural by wood. Maintenance and installation is simple and therefore can be used anywhere and anytime. Designed for extreme climate conditions, it’s very resistant in the cold, up to -40 C.
It looks cozy with a wood-fired hot tub, but you should have plenty of time if you decide to go for such a model. The clear advantage is that it is relatively cheap to purchase, and whether you have unlimited access to firewood, it is also inexpensive to operate. One of these hot tub in Norway costs from 18 000 – 35 000 kr (2000 – 4000 $).
3. Luxury hot tub on the terrace
Just a step from the house you can have incredible moments with the hydromassage hot tub. There are many models that can be installed in terrace floor or be freestanding any where.
They provide excellent comfort with smart automatic programs. When it comes to hygiene, there are no worries, because a automatic pump circulate 24 hours and ensure clean water. All this is complemented with waterproof speakers and LED lights for enjoying with music in the evening. This type of Jacuzzi is definitely for people with deeper pockets. The prices depend on the size and accessories, start of 7000 – 30 000 $. For example, in Sweden a smaller jacuzzi for 4 person with standard equipment costs around 60 000 sek (7 000 $).