Soak in the Latest Tub Technology
Transform your bath into an at-home spa with a hot, new tub.
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Many homeowners are familiar with whirlpools, which typically use powerful water jets to deeply penetrate your shoulders, back, or neck where directed. But new "airbath" systems from a number of manufacturers function differently. In these, air channels deliver a steady flow of warm air bubbles that gently circulate to coax strain and stress from tired muscles, says Greg.
The effect is closer to an effervescent hot spring than the sometimes jarring effect of a jetted whirlpool. Since the air blowers can be located in a space away from the tub, the systems are quieter, as well. Also, he says, homeowners will like the added bonus of a more sanitary system that doesn't require a monthly cleaning.
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