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Re: Doctor visit/ moist heat


What does the air do that circulating water doesn't?
And is your 2/3 seater tall enough to get your shoulders and neck submerged?
I've looked at a couple that seem too short.


>>we purchased a
> Jacuzzi therapeutic hot top. Only a two person tub (they call it a 3
> but we do not know anyone well enough to invite them to sit nude with us).
> Choose Jacuzzi brand for it was the only one that cold give you 50% air
> the water jets. Also the best looking and least costly of the brands we
> at the dealer.

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