The Perfect Way to Unwind, get Fit and, (probably) Live Longer.
Which models are best for which activities?
Best for Swimming
The Swimex Range
Best for Family Fun
Also check out 'Make any Pool a Swim Spa'
Best Party Swim Spa
H20 Duo Max
Best for Aquatic therapy
Best Combination Swim Spas (with separate hot tub area)
Best with an Unlimited Budget
Most Economical Systems
Endless Pools Fastlane Pool
Best for Indoor Installation
Endless Pools original model.
A swim spa can give you all the exercise that you need as well being fun at any age.
A swimming spa (or swim spa) is not just a fun way to exercise. It is cost effective and space effective as well, especially when compared to a swimming pool. You can check out the swim spa price guides to the right.
Indoor installations require little space and you won't need the expensive dehumidifiers that are essential for an indoor pool.
Get what is right for You
There are plenty of swimming spas to choose from. Some offer fitness training that is suitable for professional athletes. Others allow for the gentlest of exercise for people with mobility problems.
All offer a space that is great for unwinding- especially if you choose a spa with deep massage hydro-jets.
Add a powerful sound system and a light show and you are ready to party.
If you want to know what makes a great swim spa check out this page: How to Choose a Swim Spa.
Swim Spa Price Comparison
These are all starting prices for basic models. Some spas need a lot of extras to work the way you want them to, some are offered complete. Always check the details!
H20 Swim Spas: around $18,000 complete for the South Beach model.
Endless Pools: start from $19,000 but you need many extras to get the complete deal.
Fastlane Pool (also from Endless Pools): cheap, self-assembly pool but great water current generator. $11,000 complete.
Swimex: 400-OS Models starts from $37,500 and needs almost no extras.
Hydroworx home pools. t-series from $32.000. Ideal for aquatic therapy and aquatic exercises.
H2X Swim Spa: Fun Spa, Party Spa. The Crosstrainer 2 can sometimes be found for about $20,000 if you look around.
Swimergy: there is no current in a swimergy pool, you swim against the resistance of an elastic tether. Around $6500 complete.