What Is The Best Temperature In Summer?
When it comes to Summer, can you still use your hot tub or does it become redundant, we ‘dive’ in to answer the question, ‘what is the best temperature for a hot tub in summer?’
Whilst this can depend on where you live, even in the UK there are prolonged periods of heat from time to time. Some people empty their hot tub in the summer, others love to turn it down and use it more like a cool tub. So, if you are going to do that, you might as well get the temperature right.
Things To Consider About Your Hot Tub Temperature
The key thing to consider is that your body temperature is around 37.5 degrees Centigrade.
Therefore, if you are going to use your hot tub as a cool tub, which we are big fans of at totallyhottubs, you need it cooler than your body temperature for it to achieve its objective and cool you down.
Whilst it is a subjective exercise in finding the right temperature, depending on the heat outside of the hot tub, how cool you wish to be, we have found in the totallyhottubs family that the ideal temperature seems to be between 33 – 35 degrees centigrade, depending which of the family is using the tub the most.
Some of us prefer 33 degrees, others find that just a bit too cold and find 35 degrees to be the magic number.
We have found in our discussions that this is the optimal hot tub temperature range in summer for most people.
What is your ideal summer hot tub temperature?
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