H2X Trainer, H2X Challenger, Michael Phelps Signature — which Master Spas swim spa is best for swimming? All Master Spas swim spas create a current of water that allows you to swim in place. The difference is in how the current is produced. And your swim level determines which swim spa is best for you. In this video, Ben and Mari compare swim spa brands. Plus, they show how you can adjust the water current of your swim spa. Use the settings and diverters to find your perfect pace.
H2X Trainer swim spas are ideal for novice or recreational swimmers. Spas in the Trainer series have four swim jets, and you can turn them on low or high. You can further customize the speed of the swim current by turning the diverters.
H2X Challenger swim spas have a variable speed system. Three pumps power six swim jets. You use the control panel to adjust the speed. The VSP pumps can be set between zero to 25 and the third pump can be set to low, high, or turned off.
Michael Phelps Signature Swim Spas have a propulsion system, rather than swim jets. The speed of the swim current can be set between zero and 100.