Premium Leisure Spas Review

May 23, 2023
David Sunnyside

premium leisure spas review

The company’s latest acquisition solves capacity limitations that it has faced since acquiring Catalina Spas & Swim Spas in 2016. With this latest move, Premium Leisure will transfer its portable hot tub manufacturing to Tennessee and continue to focus on swim spas. The Florida plant will remain open and convert to a production facility limited to swimming spas.

A place to bring family and friends together, a Premium Leisure spa is more than just a place to unwind. Each model comes with a unique pattern of massage jets that have been carefully positioned to deliver a deep, soothing massage. Engineers and designers have also studied the precise locations where these hydrotherapy jets should be positioned to achieve the ultimate in therapeutic benefits.

Premium Leisure offers 3 series of hot tubs including the Go Spas budget line, the Leisure’s Edge line and the Luxury spas. There are 14 spas in the Go Spas budget series. The smaller, non-convertible spas include the GO 616, which is a triangular shaped spa with seating for 3, the GO 626 is a dual lounger, non-convertible spa with 26 jets and the GO 742 is an 84" square spa that has room for 5, a lounger and 42 jets. The larger, non-convertible GO 850 is a 91" square spa with a lounger, single and dual speed pumps and 50 jets. Premium Leisure is a Trade-Certified manufacturer that produces hot tubs, swim spas and fiberglass pools. Their high quality, easy maintenance spas are made with durable cast acrylic, reinforced with fiberglass and are built on a 16 gauge welded steel frame. They are approved by UL, CE, ETL and CSA.

David Sunnyside
Co-founder of Urban Splatter • Digital Marketer • Engineer • Meditator
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