What’s the Hottest Thing in Hot Tubs? Hot Spring’s New NXT Collection
October 9, 2014
The NXT Big Thing: Hot Spring Spas introduces a new level of spa excellence.
The hottest thing in hot tubs is the HIGHLIFE® COLLECTION NXT, a new generation of spas for any generation of people who want to soak up fun, health, and relaxation in elegance.
Hot Spring collaborated with experts at BMW Group DesignworksUSA to create an unprecedented sleek design that seems to be floating, then filled the tub with state-of-the-art features for convenience, comfort, and beauty.
Look. NXT has architecturally-molded corners that enhance its engineering-solid frame’s floating appearance. Choose Mocha, Monterey Gray, or Teak for your wood-grain cabinet color and Alpine White, Crème, Ice Gray, Tuscan Sun, or Desert for the sculpted interior shell. The spa comes with multicolored LED lighting, and even the indicator lights are on an attractive acrylic plate with the Hot Spring logo.
Listen. Enjoy an integrated sound system with Bluetooth wireless technology.
Touch. You can control jets, lighting, and music from the spa or up to 30 feet away with a touchscreen wireless remote.
Save. NXT has a comprehensive patent-protected EnergySmart® system to keep operating costs as low as posible.costs low.
Feel. Relax with the Hot Spring Moto-Massage® DX jet that sweeps two warm streams of water up and down your back. The soak is good for you – your muscles will relax, your joints will feel lifted, your blood flow will improve, your mind will unwind, and you’ll sleep better.
NXT is the spa that looks as good as it makes you feel. Make one of our 5 Olympic Hot Tub stores your NXT stop.
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Author: Don Riling
Don Riling is the President of Olympic Hot Tub and has been an active member of the hot tub industry for over 27 years. As the company’s owner since 2016, he has continued Olympic’s legacy of promoting health & wellness through water.