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Sundance® Spas McKinley®

Sundance® Spas 680 Series

The spacious McKinley® spa offers room for up to seven adults. Delivering total relaxation and value, its classic hydrotherapy experience makes you feel good long after leaving the water.

Product Highlights

Capacity: 6-7 people
Seating: Open
Jets: 44

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Price: $11,520

FREE delivery includes:

  1. Free delivery within a 40-mile radius of San Diego, CA

Free delivery does NOT include:

  1. Supplying electrical work to bring power to the hot tub location
  2. Difficult to access location (fence removal, decks, rock walls, etc)
  3. Does not include up or down staircases
  4. This does not include the use of a crane or material handler/forklift

Location Requirements:

  1. Clear location access
  2. Ground level or unobstructed raised platform under 24” in height

Extra delivery charges may apply for all deliveries. Please contact us for more information.

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Product Description

Throughout this 680™ Series spa, configurations and jet formations soothe muscles and release knots to renew your body. A cool down seat makes it easy to soak and socialize without completely leaving the water’s comforting warmth. And, thanks to classic jets nestled into a foot dome, your feet can find relief from almost any seat in the spa.

McKinley® Features

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McKinley® Seating & Jets

Neck and Back Stress Relief

Gentle neck jets relieve tension and strain while a penetrating massage along key muscles of the spine equal relief. Adjacent to the whirlpool jet.

Cool Down

A cool down seat makes it easy to soak and socialize without completely leaving the warmth of the water.

Broad back coverage seat

A combination of targeted relief to the neck and broad relaxation and rotational jets for your back penetrate discomfort for maximum relief.

McKinley® Specs

Electrical: (60 Hz): 240V @40A/50A/60A
Volume: 410 Gal
Dry Weight: 778 Lbs
Filled Weight: 5115 Lbs
Jets: 44
Pump 1: 2-Speed, 2.5 HP Continuous, 11A Max, 56 Frame
Pump 2: 1-Speed, 2.5 HP Continuous, 10A Max, 56 Frame
Circulation Pump: No
Diverter Valves: 1
Filtration System: CLEARRAY Active Oxygen™ Clean Water System
Filters: 1
Filter Type: 53 ft² filter cartridge system
Water Management System: CLEARRAY®
Water Feature: Waterfall
Lighting: CL LED lighting system (interior surround)
Pillows: 4
Length: 89 in
Width: 89 in
Height: 36 in
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McKinley® Reviews

FAQs

Hydrotherapy is a therapeutic technique that harnesses the healing properties of water. The combination of heat, buoyancy and massage helps to relax muscles, ease sore joints, improve circulation, and reduce muscle tension. Used by healthcare professionals all around the world, hydrotherapy can help to improve sleep patterns, reduce stress, ease aches and pains, aid in post-injury recovery, and soothe sore joints, among many other health benefits.

The size of your hot tub should reflect your intended use for it. Will it cater to the needs of the entire family? Is it meant just for you and your significant other? Or do you enjoy hosting elaborate backyard parties? Your lifestyle and layout of your backyard can help you determine if you would like to invest in a smaller or larger hot tub.

Most hot tub brands have models available in the following sizes and capacities: 2-3 seats, 4-5 seats, 5-6 seats, and 6 or more seats. For a better idea of how big or small our hot tubs are, visit our showroom in person today.

Making the decision to buy a hot tub is a big one. It’s not something you do every day, after all. Your lifestyle can have a significant impact on the decision to purchase a hot tub. Before making the decision, ask yourself the following questions:

  1. Where, in my backyard, will I install a hot tub?
  2. Will the hot tub be for my entire family, or just for me?
  3. Will I benefit from fewer aches and pains, better sleep, and reduced stress?
  4. Will I enjoy the convenience of access to a hydromassage in the comfort of my own home?
  5. Will my family benefit from the additional family time in the spa?

If you said yes to one or more of the questions above, a hot tub might be right for you! Speak with one of our team members to learn more about the prices, sizes, and brands available to you.

Many manufacturers talk about the horsepower of their pumps. Horsepower can be measured using a “service factor” or a “true rating” system. The first describes the initial thrust as the pump first engages, but immediately the pump output falls to a lower, continuous horsepower level. When a spa manufacturer claims they have a 6-hp pump, they are describing the “initial thrust,” not the horsepower the pump delivers as it runs.

Efficient plumbing, better jets and flow control are more important than horsepower. A lower horsepower pump in a more efficient spa will produce just as much jet power as a higher horsepower pump. And remember, you are looking for a comfortable but strong massage, and not looking for acceleration up a mountain road or a punishing hot water experience!

A spa can be installed indoors or outdoors, although over 90%, including those in cold weather climates, are installed outdoors. The two main considerations for installing a spa indoors are: will it fit through the door, and is the structural strength of the flooring adequate. A typical 3-person spa weighs approximately 2,500 lbs/1,150 kg when filled.

Here are a few simple rules to keep in mind: A product warranty is a performance and reliability agreement between you and the manufacturer. Avoid spa dealers who add prorated and deductible provisions. Make sure you read the manufacturer’s warranty before buying, and compare coverage with other spas you are considering.

You may consider “wet testing” a spa before purchasing. This means getting into a spa with water in it. Many reputable spa dealers maintain filled demonstration models just for this purpose. Here is what you should look for: Verify that the seats provide comfortable support. You do not want to have to scoot down in the spa like you do in a bathtub. When sitting in any seat, the water should reach shoulder level. If it does not, you will not get full hydrotherapeutic value. Stay in the spa with the jets on for at least 15 minutes. At the end of that time you will know whether the seating and jet arrangements are comfortable.

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The best way to see if this hot tub is right for you is by trying it out for yourself. It's best to experience the relaxing sensation of hydrotherapy before you purchase.

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