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Safe and Smart: Using Electronics in Hot Tubs

Safe and Smart: Using Electronics in Hot Tubs

In today's digital age, it's tempting to bring electronics into every aspect of our lives, including leisure time in the hot tub. However, mixing electronics and water can be risky. This blog will guide you on how to safely use electronics while enjoying your hot tub, ensuring both your safety and the longevity of your devices.  

Bluetooth and Wireless Technology: Use wireless technology for safer hot tub use. Canadian Spa Hot Tubs have Bluetooth, so you can control your devices from a distance, keeping them away from water. You can play music from your phone through speakers. Models like the Grand Bend even come with easy-to-use control buttons. 



Voice-Controlled Devices: Consider using voice-controlled assistants to play music, answer calls, or control smart home devices. This hands-free approach minimizes the risk of dropping devices into the water. 

Using Protective Cases: For devices that are not inherently waterproof, consider using a protective waterproof case. These cases are designed to seal out moisture while allowing you to interact with the device. 

Setting Up a Safe Zone: Create a 'dry zone' near your hot tub where you can safely use and view your electronics. This can be a side table or a built-in shelf, far enough to prevent any accidental splashes.  


Therefore, find what works best for you and tune into your favorite music and podcasts. 

Lastly, let us know what method works best with you in the comments! 

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