The original Endless Pool was the first swim-in- place spa that caught everyone’s attention. It was affordably priced, could be installed almost anywhere and delivered an experience customers were happy with. So far over ten thousand pools have been sold worldwide and the original Endless pool is still a very popular buy.
There now a range of pools and spas from Endless Pools that add new strength to their claim of being number one in swim spas.
The Original Endless Pool
This has a modular design which is easily adjusted to suit an individual buyers needs. You can choose dimensions anywhere between 7’ x 12' and 10' x 16' and have a water depth of up 6 feet. The flexibility allows you to get the most from the space available and, since the pool comes in kit form, the components will pass through doorways to be assembled anywhere.
The structure is a steel frame with a vinyl liner that can be finished in any number of ways. There is a slide show of a range of Endless pool installations here: photos/endlesspools/
The swimming current in a standard Endless Pools spa is provided by a propeller based system which gives a wide, deep current with less turbulence than swim jets. The latest model offers the option of even stronger, wider and deeper currents.
The range of extras is impressive with such things as underwater treadmills, hydrojets, mirrored floors (for serious athletes perfecting their stroke) and swim pace display.
One of the best features of the Endless Pools site is that it gives a complete breakdown of prices so that you can work out what the pool of your choice will cost:
If you buy an Endless Pool you have the option of installing it yourself. hiring a local construction company or using the factory trained Endless Pool installers.
Endless Pools Swim Spa
This is Endless Pools answer to the H2X. It has a rigid acrylic shell with two moulded seats plus hydrojets at one end and a current generator at the other end. The unit is delivered in one piece and needs no more than a solid base and an electrical connection.
The drawback of a complete unit is that is difficult to fit indoors except as part of a new build project.
The swim spa features the same high quality water current generation system as other Endless Pools.
Endless Pools Swim Spa,
The overall size is 7'10” x 15' and the swimming area is 7' x 13’6”. The water depth is 42”.
Prices range from around $19,000 to just under $30,000 depending on how many extras you want to include.
The Fastlane Pool
This is a great economy model which delivers the full benefits of Endless Pools’ Fastlane current generation system at a price most home owners can afford.
The pool is a simple to set up, above ground installation. It can be used for the summer season outside, and if it is moved to a garage in the fall, it can be used during the winter too.
The dimensions are 10' x 14' 6" x 4' (8' x 13' x 4' swimming area).
The price is an all inclusive $10,900
Fastlane Pool. Easy to install and equipped with the superior Endless Pools Current generator for less than $11,000.
Endless Pools Fiberglass Pool
The advantage of a fiberglass pool is that is has a durable base which is ideal for aquatic exercise equipment like treadmills. At 60 inches deep, this model is also ideal for people who want do exercise routines or hydrotherapy needing deeper water.
It comes as a complete factory made unit so is most suited to outdoor use or new constructions
Prices start at around $25,000. As with other Endless pool systems you can check out the full costs by consulting their price lists on the website below.
Dimensions: 8' 6" wide x 18' long x 60" tall (7'6" wide x 17' long x 54" deep swimming area)