Deluxe energy-efficiency and comfort

Five new Platinum Spas Deluxe range hot tub models from Superior Wellness have been rolled out for 2023 with a promotion of premium features and upgrades linked to enhanced energy-efficiency.

Superior Wellness utilised its SPATEX 2023 exhibitor platform to introduce multiple new Platinum Spas options with the focus on enhanced comfort and energy-efficiency in the four-seater Tahiti, five-seater Happy, six-seater Refresh, and six-seater Palma; which are all dwarfed by the all-seater Seville. The Seville, pictured, is the largest of the new launch models and has been designed as a hot tub socialising hub to accommodate seven people.

“We are very excited about the launch of the new Deluxe range,” revealed Superior Wellness Sales Director Gareth Ward.

“The Seville hot tub is brand new in the range and an all seater spa.  All seater hot tubs are very popular, particularly in the US. They are perfect for families and friends who want to spend time relaxing and enjoying the hot tub together.” 

With a brand-new look and feel the Deluxe range has changed with a more aesthetically pleasing design with the curvature of the acrylic. Designed with comfort in mind the seats are now sculpted and shaped around the body.

For a cleaner look the control panel is now solely located on one side without the distraction of other components and features. Enhanced side panels, complete with an LED Platinum Spas logo on the new models, have been designed to create a stylish exterior..

Jets and diverters have been upgraded to ensure the promotion of an improved hydrotherapy massage, while the audio system has also had an upgrade with brand new speakers; which are located on top of the acrylic rather than on side panels.

In addition, the hot tub cover is now fabric instead of vinyl. As part of this new cover design, Superior Wellness has increased the overall thickness of the cover to provide greater insulation and creating energy savings.

As part of the launch promotion, Superior Wellness has also highlighted that the new Deluxe range has also been CEC tested to support the commitment to being more energy-efficient. The circulation pump, meanwhile has been upgraded to a new circulation pump, which is much quieter and more energy efficient.

“The Deluxe range now includes the award-winning energy efficient insulation Platinum Premium Shield.,” reported Gareth.

“This is designed by the Superior Heatlock Insulation Process which provides a considerable difference in the heat retained in the hot tub as well as a reduction in energy costs.

“With a focus on innovation, the latest technology and an abundance of features, the new range includes a number of improvements.”