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    Beachcomber Model 340 Hot Tub

    Hi everyone,

    Looking at a small entry level tub, seats 5. Went to visit a local dealer yesterday and had a chat regarding the Beachcomber 340 model. We live in Ontario Canada so winters can get cold and lots of snow.

    Anyone have this tub? From what I can gather, Beachcomber looks to be a decent brand and by the sound of things they back up their product and have great support in our area.

    It is not an overly flashy tub or have all the bells & whistles but will do everything we want (Heat water and provide massage). The sales person said the heater in this tub is the exact same heater that comes in the larger units so heating will be quick.

    The rep is putting together a quote for us. In the store pricing was $6495 plus $499 delivery and setup + $250 cover lifter + Tax = $8185. Not sure if this will be the same from the "quote" that is being sent over to us or not.

    Any advice or comments is appreciated
    32,000 gallons IG Pool Vinyl Liner - 20 x 40 ; Hot Tub Jacuzzi J-345
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    Re: Beachcomber Model 340 Hot Tub

    I do not know beachcomber but I LOVE a basic spa, if you can find one with NO motherboard with air tubes to turn on and off pump and lights you have a winner I still have to replace things but a 1000 to 2000 dollar motherboard just hurts if it dies...
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    Re: Beachcomber Model 340 Hot Tub

    No advice on Beachcomber tubs?
    32,000 gallons IG Pool Vinyl Liner - 20 x 40 ; Hot Tub Jacuzzi J-345
    Using Liquid Chlorine
    Filter - hayward
    Pump - Hayward superpump 1hp
    Taylor kit - K-2006



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    Re: Beachcomber Model 340 Hot Tub

    No knowledge of Beachcomber but heating being quick or not isn't an issue as the heater stays on all the time and, at least on my tub, it is always at the same temp. The only time speed of heat matters is when you refill the tub.
    Vinyl 18'x36' in-ground 100,000 L, Jandy Aquapure 1400 SWCG, Jandy Lite2 heater, StaRite System3 filter, Evac tube solar heating panels

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    Re: Beachcomber Model 340 Hot Tub

    I don't know anything about the Beachomber brand, but check out Arctic Spa's they are built in Canada and are designed for colder climates
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    Re: Beachcomber Model 340 Hot Tub

    FYI, my spa is a Jacuzzi.
    Vinyl 18'x36' in-ground 100,000 L, Jandy Aquapure 1400 SWCG, Jandy Lite2 heater, StaRite System3 filter, Evac tube solar heating panels

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