Elbrus 230

£11,999.00

  • 2300 x 2300 x 900 mm
  • 7 sitting places
  • 3 hydromassage pumps
  • 78 jets
  • UV-C water sanitisation
  • 16 pcs LED lighting

  • Pearl White
  • Sterling Silver
  • Storm Clouds
  • Tuscan Sun
  • Winter Solstice
  • Black
  • Brown
  • Grey
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Description

Standard Specifications


New! StarSide™ side cover!

The Wellis Elbrus 230 spa is the extended version of Wellis Elbrus spa. Its prestigious dimensions can provide room for ultimate WellDome™ foot massage system. This hot tub also features 78 chrome finished adjustable water jets, AquaSOUL™ 2.1 POP-UP audio system, exclusive chromotherapy LED lighting. The Elbrus 230 spa has enough space for 7 bathers, so you can enjoy the ultimate ‘shoulder-to-toe’ massage with the people who matter most to you.

Bonus Pack (value over £1,100)
  • Standard Delivery
  • Set-Up & Demystification
  • Premium Thermal Cover
  • Easy Steps
  • Chemical maintenance pack
  • Safe-Use Training
SPECIFICATION:
Shell materialPU reinforced acrylic (6,3 mm)
Sitting places7 persons
Water volume1560 l
Net weight~410 kg
Heating unit1 (3kW/230V/50Hz)
Drain1 pc at the bottom
Headrests4
CabinetStarSide™ UV proof wood textured, with Starlight corner
FrameWPS
POWER REQUIREMENT:
3×16A 230V/400V 50Hz optimum
1×32A 230V/50Hz minimum
MASSAGE SYSTEM:
Hydro massage pumps3 × 3 HP 1 speed 230V/50Hz
Energy-efficient W-EC circulation pump1 (0,19 kW)
Control systemWellis Smart Touch
Total number of jets78
WATER SANITIZATION:
UV-C water sanitizer1
Filter3 antimicrobial filters
COMFORT SOLUTIONS:
Chromotherapy lighting1 lamp with 55 LEDs
Exclusive chromotherapy lighting16 × 1 (LED)
Lighting fountain jet1
Aromatic therapy1
Thermo cover1
PREMIUM SOLUTIONS:
Wellis SmartPhone remote application with WiFi connectionyes
AquaSOUL™ 2.1 Sound SystemFix

Additional information

Spa Shell Colours

Pearl White, Sterling Silver, Storm Clouds, Tuscan Sun, Winter Solstice

Cabinet Colours

Black, Brown, Grey

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