Technology in the tub

Technology has made its way to hot tubs.

People no longer have to run outside and pre-set the temperature or turn on the spa lights at night and then run back to turn off the deck light which had illuminated their path to the hot tub in the first place.

Instead, hot tub aficionados can now control their Coast Spa from inside the comfort of their home with the touch of a finger.

The spa operator can now adjust the temperature, purge the water by switching on Coast Spas’ jet pumps and also affect the outdoor ambience by activating one of the many Coast Spas’ lighting packages through their iPhone, iPhone or iPad.

The app is through Coast Spas’ Touch Therapy and is available free from iTunes. Once connected to the handheld device, people can monitor real-time temperature changes of  your spa water as it constantly updates. In addition you can re-set and modify that temperature, activate jets and toggle lights on and off.

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