Jetted tubs from Overstock.com help you relax by churning the water around you for a soothing massage while you bathe. This selection offers jet tubs from a variety of top-notch manufacturers, including Jacuzzi, Atlantis Whirlpools, and Ariel, giving you high-quality options when you're ready to update your bathroom. Strong acrylic, fiberglass, and tempered glass materials ensure these tubs last a long time, while numerous shapes and sizes help you select one that perfectly accommodates your available space. Most come in white or black to easily match most home decor palettes, and designs ranging from classic and industrial to modern and futuristic provide you with options that ideally fit your bathroom's overarching theme. Browse Overstock.com's selection of jetted tubs to find the right bathing option for your particular needs.
Serene, Relaxing Bathing Options
Jetted tubs push air into your bath water to consistently circulate it around your body for a fuss-free massage. The air coming from the jets also helps you relax, and many have adjustable jets for a personalized experience, including specific jets that target tight muscles and provide acupressure. Some options have whirlpool settings for additional comfort and built-in heaters that warm the air before moving it into your water, giving you more time to soak before your water gets cold.
Powerful and Quiet
High-quality jetted tubs boast powerful motors with high and low speeds for personalized comfort. These motors easily deliver powerful relaxation, whether the tub you select has many jets or just a few. Low-noise designs boost your serenity levels while you relax in your hot bath, and silent air induction on some models takes the decibel level down even further to whisper-quiet levels for a more satisfying experience.
Jetted tubs with built-in mood lighting help you set the tone for your bath. Most use LED lighting in their designs for energy efficiency and lasting illumination. Some jet tubs have options to shuffle between the colors or select the one that best fits your mood from collections that include up to 256 settings.
When you want serious relaxation, this selection gives you what you need with jetted tub options that include waterproof neck pillows, contoured back rests, and integrated arm rests. Many have easy-to-use LCD panel controls that let you adjust the speed, temperature, or mood lighting with just the touch of a finger. Some even have built-in infinity waterfalls that amplify your serenity with the relaxing sound of trickling water.
Sized Just Right
Jetted tubs that fit into the corner of your bathroom make a relaxing bathing experience possible, even in tighter spaces. Rounded, squared, or geometric shaping provides choices that fit your overall aesthetic. Smaller freestanding Japanese-style tubs also work well in areas where floor space is at a premium.
Drop-in options that maintain standard sizing make it simple to upgrade your bathroom without lots of remodeling. These typically rectangular jetted tubs fit right into the space where your old bathtub once stood and easily connect with your current pipes. This selection includes tubs with drains on either side to ensure simple installation.
Large and Luxurious
When space isn't an issue, roomy jetted tubs for two let you and your partner enjoy intimate, relaxing evenings soaking. Whether you want to create a peaceful oasis or a spa-like setting, this selection has options that make it happen. These designs usually drop right into your floor for low-profile appeal, and some feature tempered glass that lets moving water and mood lighting shine through for an extra elegant aesthetic.
Freestanding jetted tubs shaped like old-fashioned designs give your room a classic look while maintaining modern functionality. Some resemble traditional oval garden tubs, while others sport Victorian slipper designs that include high backs and claw feet for vintage flair. Many include a hand shower to boost their usefulness.
Standard drop-in tubs typically suit traditional bathrooms and fit easily due to their similar piping, and the same goes for freestanding tubs. These options meld seamlessly in classic design schemes by adding extra comfort without overwhelming your existing furnishings. Basic high-gloss white jetted tubs mesh effortlessly with your traditional decor.
Simple yet elegant jetted tubs in basic oval or square shapes flatter minimalist spaces. Models that fit into a hole in your floor maintain a low-profile design and let you make use of some floor space in bedrooms equipped with a sitting room or parlor. Chic oval and round options with modern designs also help you make the most of your streamlined room aesthetic.
Jetted tubs with mood lighting lend a futuristic feel to your bathroom. Many have an open panel that lets the tempered glass interior shine through to showcase the tub's ultra-contemporary appeal. Some have step-in designs that increase safety levels while adding a unique look to your room design.
Jetted Tubs FAQs
What's the right water heater size to accommodate a jetted tub?
Typically, the water capacity of the tub requires a water heater that's two-thirds its size. That means a 60-gallon bath needs a 40-gallon water heater for proper operation. If you use your water heater for laundry or your dishwasher, you need a bigger water heater. For specific advice concerning your particular situation, you should contact a local plumber to be sure.
How safe and accessible are jetted tubs?
Many jetted tubs have slip-resistant bottoms to reduce accident risks. For those with mobility issues, step-in models that don't require you to lift your leg very high to get in make a great choice. Some models have room for installation of support bars when you want to customize your safety levels.
Do I need a left, right, or center drain?
Whether you need a left, right, or center drain depends on the current location of your pipes. It makes sense to choose a jetted tub that has a drain on the same side as your current fixture. When selecting a tub for a new or renovated bathroom, choose one based on where the contractors install your bathroom pipes.
How do I clean my jetted tub?
While some models have self-cleaning designs and hardware that prevents buildup, most require cleaning. To clean your jetted tub, fill it up until you cover each jet with 2 to 3 inches of hot water, and then add 2 tablespoons of low-suds dishwashing detergent and a half cup of bleach. If you're sensitive to bleach or chemicals, use white vinegar instead.