Aquapeutics as a company creates steam showers, infrared saunas, whirlpool hot tubs, and other unique bath related luxury products to individuals throughout the U.S. and Canada. Notably, the freight for Aquapeutics products is free with purchase within the United States of America, and their luxury items come with a three year warranty.
Some of Aquapeutics’ products come with lavish amenities such as a 4.5 kilowatt steam generator, a waterproof TV, iPod player inputs, dual handheld shower heads, handsfree telephones, relaxing mood lights, foot massages, radio to get your morning news fix, beautiful copper water faucets, and more. Many of their luxury products have tempered glass which makes the glass tougher and far less likely to break. This, of course, makes them safer than other products without tempered glass. The frames of their products are made of stainless steel which makes them resistant to rust or oxidation — something very important to anything exposed to any volume of water.
Their U271 model massage bathtub has a built in refrigeration unit, which, some might argue, is an unusual element to include in a hot tub, but a great place to throw a few winecoolers. This model also comes with an LCD television.
Perhaps the coolest feature found in a number of the products they produce, however, is the scotland bath. The scotland bath cycles between 10 seconds of hot water, and 10 seconds of cold water continuously. Among some communities this is known as a contrast shower and is quite popular among the sport community. Some believe this is actually a way of improving the circulatory and immune systems, while reducing muscle soreness. Contrast showers are frequently used in cycling, rugby, hockey, football and weight lifting.
All products purchased from Aquapeutics may be returned within a week of delivery for a refund with the shipping fees and a 15% restocking fee deducted as long as it is within its original condition. Original condition is defined by Aquapeutics as including the packaging, the manuals, original crate, and all other items that originally came with the package. It’s generally advisable that if you’re returning a product you send it back, and this may be obvious, via a traceable carrier and indeed insure the package, since if something should happen during the return, the customer would be the party at risk.
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