Improving customer experience: Redesigned control panels and new swim spas from Master Spas

Master Spas designers changed the user interface to make operating a Master Spas hot tub or swim spa intuitive.
Master Spas designers changed the user interface to make operating a Master Spas hot tub or swim spa intuitive. Four new swim spas were also added to the H2X Fitness Swim Spa lineup. Photo credit: Master Spas

Master Spas has introduced completely redesigned control panels and four new swim spas.

The company's designers changed the user interface to make operating their hot tubs or swim spas more intuitive. The displays are now larger and use full-color graphics and icons.

The H2X Fitness Swim Spa lineup also saw a major overhaul with the introduction of four new swim spas: the Therapool 13 and three Challenger models. While the Therapool 13 was designed to meet customer demand for a larger entry-level swim spa at an affordable price point, the H2X Challenger Series was designed to change the game entirely. The H2X Challenger Series has three swim spas and is the first truly variable-speed jetted swim spa in the market. This new technology allows for a customizable user experience, and the control panel allows workouts to be pre-programmed.

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The six-jet, zero air induction VIP system provides a wide, deep current of water that can be coupled with the programmability features.

Master Spas also expanded its manufacturing campus, adding 166,000 square feet to house swim spa production, as well as the R&D, engineering, marketing and executive teams.

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