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Re:moist heat/ Jacuzzi

Hello Daryl,
    With only water on full force it is too forceful... will float you up
out of the tub. Not to mention being uncomfortable. With 50% air in the
circulating warm water, still lots of massage, but more gentle and does not
push you out of the tub when up on full force. With only one person in the
tub you can turn a dial and bring all the action to one side, increasing the
force since it is no longer divided between three positions.
    All three of the positions in the tub are the same depth. In fact, JoAn
can not sit all the way down in her seat... too deep. She would be almost
under water. The surface is just under my beard when I sit in the tub. I am
6'2", JoAn is a bit over 5' One of the reasons for picking this tub was
depth. We sat in the tub at the dealers before purchasing.
    Gene E. Bush
Munchkin Nursery & Gardens, llc
Zone 6/5  Southern Indiana

----- Original Message -----
From: "Daryl" <pulis@mindspring.com>
> Gene,
> What does the air do that circulating water doesn't?
> And is your 2/3 seater tall enough to get your shoulders and neck
> I've looked at a couple that seem too short.
> Daryl

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