Jacuzzi Bathtubs

    About Jacuzzi

    The Jacuzzi Experience

    As the industry leader in innovation, Jacuzzi has developed and maintained their position by producing an excellent variety of world-class tubs. Going well beyond the average soaker varieties, Jacuzzi offers a total of four variations of each of their bathtubs. In order pictured, these four are: soaking, Pure Air, whirlpool, and Salon Spa.

    The foundation for any hydrotherapy experience, a Jacuzzi soaking bathtub offers a simple, yet soothing bathing experience. While absent of spa-like features, Jacuzzi soaking tubs are very popular due to the Italian design characteristics Jacuzzi tubs are highly regarded for. For those seeking a bit more, Jacuzzi Pure Air bathtubs take things further by integrating air into the bathing experience. Millions of effervescent bubbles create a delicate curtain of heated air that rises through the water. After this, comes the legendary selection of Jacuzzi whirlpool bathtubs. A perfect prescription for aching joints and sore muscles, whirlpools use targeted jets and warm, swirling waters to massage your body after a long day. The last experience offered by Jacuzzi is their most impressive. A Jacuzzi Salon Spa bathtub combines both the power of a therapeutic whirlpool experience and the calm, effervescence of Pure Air for the ultimate in relaxation. Simply stated - it's the best of both worlds.

    Jacuzzi History

    Around the turn of the century, seven Jacuzzi brothers immigrated from Italy to California. A family of inventors, they developed the first-ever enclosed cabin monoplane. Used by the U.S. Postal Service for trips from San Francisco to the then hard to reach Yosemite, CA, this invention was in itself a masterpiece. But it was the later invention of the first hydrotherapy pump by third generation Roy Jacuzzi, which would eventually make Jacuzzi a household name for millions of people worldwide.

    Created to relieve family members' arthritis, the early Jacuzzi portable pump was quickly picked up by hospitals to help patients with joint pain. With the success of this primitive model, in 1968, Roy Jacuzzi brought to market the first self contained whirlpool tub. By incorporating jets into the sides of the tub, it became the bath that almost single-handedly created an industry. As larger units were designed to accommodate several people, Jacuzzi incorporated heating and filtration systems to keep the water warm and clean, thus creating the first spa in 1970.

    Today, Jacuzzi has become the world's most recognized and largest selling brand of jetted/whirlpool baths and spas. In addition to the first whirlpool bath patent, Jacuzzi has 250 worldwide patents for advancements in pump systems, jet technology, air controls and product design. This ongoing commitment to innovative product development ensures Jacuzzi's leadership position in the industry, and sets standards the world over.