Freeflow Excursion

Seating Capacity: 5 adults

Dimensions:  6’5″ X 7’2″ X 33”

Jets:  25 with stainless steel trim

FreeFlow from Hot Springs

Single Shell Color Availability: Taupe and Sand
Multi-color Shell Availability: Arctic white/Charcoal, arctic white/Brown, Taupe/Charcoal, Taupe/Brown, Sand/Charcoal and Sand/Brown




Relax, entertain and enjoy

This 5-seat Freeflow Excursion spa features a lounge for maximum comfort and a molded-in ice bucket. It is the perfect combination of features and function for the ultimate entertainment spot for friends or family. One of the larger spas in the Freeflow line, it is the perfect centerpiece for gatherings and parties.

The Freeflow Excursion allows you to sit back and relax in the lounge seat and let calf jets massage your legs, leaving you feeling rejuvenated. It has Plug-N-Play technology, which means it does not require additional electrical hard-wiring. All you have to do is plug it into a 110v outlet.

See all the great Freeflow designs at Carefree Spa Hot Spring location.  Watkins Manufacturing, the makers of Freeflow Spas and Hot Spring Portable spas, is the global hot tub leader in design and technology. With over one million worldwide hot tub customers, they are a proven commodity in delivering unsurpassed quality to consumers.

The unmatched experience of Watkins Manufacturing means unsurpassed quality and long-term reliability for you and your family. Freeflow Spas are incredibly durable because of unibody (one-piece) hot tub shell design that eliminates the need for an internal support frame. They are manufactured using rotational molding making them extremely durable and more affordable than acrylic hot tubs. By reducing material and labor costs, Freeflow delivers a premium hot tub experience at a more affordable price.

Get an energy efficient hot tub designed to bring you relaxation for years to come. The Excursion is available in shell colors Sand, Taupe and Espresso – and, Espresso and Gray cover colors.


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