Therapy spa model Relax II is specially developed for professionals in the wellness and treatment industry. The tub can be used as a bed or two seats. Relax II combines light, sound and water therapy for an extraordinary bathing experience. The spa has three different water therapy features: Water massage along the body from the bottom of the tub, massage from the sides of the tub in conjunction with light therapy and waterfall massage from the top of the tub. Model Relax II has high comfort both lying down and sitting. At one end of the spa there is a bottom slab that can be removed to provide a deeper and more comfortable sitting comfort near the jets and neck pillow. If you keep the disc in the tub, it is an excellent berth. There is in this model, berth for two people. Sit back and treat yourself to a wonderful massage and relaxing moment in Relax II, which has both side eyes and waterfalls. The light therapy lamps in the side jets raise the mood and the hardness of the massage jets is continuously controlled on the edge of the tub.
Dimension: L: 210 x W: 120 x H: 62 cm
Number of seats: Room for 2 people
Material: Sanitary acrylic
Material frontpanels: Sanitary acrylic on 4 sides
Stand: Strong with adjustable legs
Fittings: All visible couplings in chrome
Faucet: Bathtub mixer submerged at the edge of the tub
Shower: Built-in hand shower
Water volume: About 300 liters
Regulation: Stepless control of the massage beam’s hardness
Control: Electronic Easy Touch control panel
Total number of massage jets: Water massage from 8 side jets and 10 jets at the bottom of the tub. Waterfall massage on both long sides
Pumps: 2 pc. 1 HK pump
Lighting: In the side light
Water filling: Through the waterfalls on the long sides of the spa
Drain kit and flexible hose: Not included
Sound level: Low
Connection cable NOT included with your Spa.
NordKap Living recommends that you buy a heater for your indoor spa. In addition to heating and maintaining the water temperature, the heater also has the important function of keeping the water at body temperature via the integrated thermostat.
Temperature fluctuations of +/- 2 degrees are usually felt at once. At a water temperature of 39 degrees you are usually sweating and at 35 degrees you are freezing.
When choosing a heater, a number of factors should be kept in mind: the size of the spa, the amount of hot water available and the number of people in the household who share this daily.