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Capri 2-Person Plug and Play 8-Jet Spa with Dual-Level Seating and Hard Cover

$3,199.00 /each

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The Capri is a long, oval-shaped spa with bi-level seats that are just right for 1-2 people at 7.5 ft. long, 3.5 ft. wide, and 2.4 ft. deep. The 8 jets are carefully placed to target sore muscles, producing a relaxing, soothing massage. If you are looking for a quick and easy to use spa for small spaces, QCA's "Plug 'N' Play" spas are the perfect solution for spa users that are short on space but still want to enjoy the luxury of a hot tub. Just plug these spas into any 120-Volt/15 Amp outlet, fill with a garden hose, and enjoy. The water can be heated up to a warm 104 Degree F to further relieve tense areas of the body. This hot tub features a quiet operating, 1 HP Continuous Duty pump with a frictional heating system and also includes a lockable hard cover. The durable spa shell is manufactured with Lucite-Xtra Acrylic and a 3 layer strengthening process called Dura-Bond, while the cabinet is constructed of synthetic, reversible panels in a maintenance-free redwood finish. This spa utilizes an Econo-Boost heat recovery system to exceed the California Energy Compliance mandate. For more information, contact us at (888)729-7727.

  • Spa shells are manufactured from Lucite-Xtra acrylic with an ABS base layer for strength
  • Weather guard maintenance-free redwood cabinet made with synthetic polystyrene gives the impression of real wood without the hassle
  • Plugs into any 120-Volt/15 Amp outlet with the included, built in 15 ft. GFCI protected cord
  • 1 HP hi-flow energy efficient pump
  • Features a 2 stage heating system that includes a frictional pump water heating system and a heat recovery system
  • 8 two-toned graphite gray jets: (3) mid back pressure jets, (2) upper back pressure jets, (2) lower back adjustable vortex jets and (1) adjustable vortex foot jet
  • Energy efficient: far exceeds the California energy compliance mandate
  • Digital electronic topside control panel that adjusts pump speed and temperature
  • Includes the dura-bond 3-layer shell strengthening process that combines Lucite-Xtra acrylic, abs, and a rigid high density material reinforced with a fibrous chop, yielding superior spa shell strength
  • Includes a lockable hard cover
  • Shipping information: please allow an additional 7-10 business days for standard ground curbside delivery after spa production
  • All hot tubs are delivered curbside by common carrier; the driver will unload your hot tub and place it on a hard surface next to a public street or highway; be sure to inspect your hot tub carefully and note any damage on the bill of lading; the driver is not authorized to move your hot tub to the backyard or place it inside your home
  • Warranty: 1 year warranty on hot tub shell, plumbing, pumps and hot tub electrical equipment; 90 days labor; see warranty performance guide for complete warranty details (optional extended warranty plans are available on homedepot.com)
  • For more information on this spa, contact QCA spas at (888)-729-7727
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Where is the opening for the electrical plug-which side or end of unit?

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September 21, 2013
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Albuquerque, NM, USA
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May 20, 2014
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In the middle of back of spa.
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Elgin, TX
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March 7, 2014
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Since this spa is oval, the electrical plug is on one of the long sides of the spa, not on an end. Easy to get to for maintenance.
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Hiawassee, GA
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March 7, 2014
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When we got ours there wasn't even a hole drilled for the plug to come out of the tub. It opens on the side and we drilled a hole in the bottom of the wood base and ran the electrical through the bottom of the deck.
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San Francisco, CA
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March 7, 2014
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its located under the side panel by the control panel in the center of the hot tub. its pretty long though and you can always and an extension cord if needed. If you wanted it to come out somewhere else You could probably drill a hole in the panel and hide the cord inside the panel till it comes out the hole.
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March 7, 2014
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The plug is near the middle along the side.
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September 23, 2013
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There is a slot for the electrical plug to go through on the side where the control panel is. It is located at the very bottom of that side.
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September 21, 2013
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On the side where the spa's control buttons and water temperature meter is, there is a panel door that lifts up. Look at the very "bottom" strip (floor) in the center of spa on the control side. Below the controls you'll notice some screws at he very base. Remove the screws and gently LIFT UP the panel and swing out to remove. This is where you gain access to the pump, electrical cord and the system's Read More
On the side where the spa's control buttons and water temperature meter is, there is a panel door that lifts up. Look at the very "bottom" strip (floor) in the center of spa on the control side. Below the controls you'll notice some screws at he very base. Remove the screws and gently LIFT UP the panel and swing out to remove. This is where you gain access to the pump, electrical cord and the system's components.
A very important maintenance TIP: In the event you find the spa is filled with water and the pump goes on yet no water is coming out of the jets, you will need to prime (purge) the system. To prime the system, 1st make sure the water level is CORRECT (full) and there is plenty of water in the spa. Then gently loosen the TOP pipe flange on the pump about 1 1/2 turns. CAUTION.....DO NOT REMOVE the flange or the spa's water will GUSH out until it's empty. Just a slight loosen (carefully) until you notice water "SEEPING" out. Then Quickly turn on the power (pump) until the jets again start shooting water. Turn off power and tighten up the flange.DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN or you may crack the PVC pipe. Read Less
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How do you drain the QCA Capri spa?

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Elgin, TX
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March 7, 2014
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I drain my spa by submerging a short hose in the water than allowing it to drain out.
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March 7, 2014
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We use a siphon hose. there is no bottom plug.
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San Francisco, CA
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March 7, 2014
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I drain it by putting a small hose in it and just start the flow by sucking on the other end and putting it down by a drain. It drains pretty quickly. You could also use a pump if you wanted.
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Florida
September 21, 2013
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I drain mine easily with a hose connected to a small water drain pump that I purchased at HF, but you can also drain the spa using a bucket, depending on how far you need to dump the water.
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Syracuse, NY, USA
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September 9, 2013
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To drain, I have a hose I use only for the spa. I fill the hose with water, then submerge one end into the spa, and the other end is lower in elevation. I run it into a drain in my yard, but as long as the hose is filled with water before starting and the destination point is a bit below the starting point, gravity will do its work. ( you may have to suck on the lower end of the hose to get things Read More
To drain, I have a hose I use only for the spa. I fill the hose with water, then submerge one end into the spa, and the other end is lower in elevation. I run it into a drain in my yard, but as long as the hose is filled with water before starting and the destination point is a bit below the starting point, gravity will do its work. ( you may have to suck on the lower end of the hose to get things started!) Otherwise, I would recommend buckets and then some sort of wet-dry vac or equivalent. It's only 90 gallons, so that makes it easier. Read Less
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August 12, 2013
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We use a garden hose that we cut down to about twenty foot. We attach the hose and drain it into a floor drain we have in our sunroom or in the summer just outside because our yard is sloped and it just runs off then we fill it back up with the same hose. It drains and fills pretty quickly and is heated and ready to use again by the next evening.
We love the tub and wish we'd bought it sooner. It's Read More
We use a garden hose that we cut down to about twenty foot. We attach the hose and drain it into a floor drain we have in our sunroom or in the summer just outside because our yard is sloped and it just runs off then we fill it back up with the same hose. It drains and fills pretty quickly and is heated and ready to use again by the next evening.
We love the tub and wish we'd bought it sooner. It's really great for two people that want a smaller spa. The jets are surprisingly strong. As strong as you'll find in bigger spas. Read Less
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August 12, 2013
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You can drain it with a siphon, or a separate, submersible pump.
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April 22, 2013
I have a Home Depot credit card. How do I get my extra 5% off for this item when ordering online? I also wanted to know where the drain was on this tub? And do I need to install any plumbing?
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Albuquerque, NM, USA
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May 20, 2014
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We went to the Home Dec. area and they ordered so we could get the extra off. Not sure about the drain - instructions aren't great. Don't need to install plumbing!
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No drain or plumbing needed. Don't know the answer about the credit card...try calling your local Home Depot
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March 7, 2014
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Two person hot tub for sure. My husband and I enjoy it together.
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March 7, 2014
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They automatically give the 5% off on your bill is what I was told and they did. There is no drain, I basically siphon it out. No plumbing needed.
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Florida
September 21, 2013
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The service desk at HD can answer your discount questions but I would recommend purchasing a water drain pump to empty the water in the spa. It's a minor extra cost, but you will be so glad you have it when it comes to changing out the water. Many stores sell a drain pump but I found a great little flood water pump at a very fair cost at HF.
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August 12, 2013
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Don't know about the 5% but the drain is behind a small panel on one side. You do not need any extra plumbing. We had it set up and going in no time.
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April 22, 2013
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We are the spa manufacture, for financing you will need to contact you local home depot or home depot support online.
QCA Spas do not come with a drain. You will need a submersible or simply siphon out the water. This spa in completley contained. There is no plumbing installation. You simply fill with a garden hose and plug into any 120 volt 15 amp outlet.
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Can I get a divided cover that is hinged in the middle to fit the Capri?

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Yes, you can order for about $400.00 on Home Depot website.
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I purchased the hard cover for insulation factors. It works great!
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Yes I have the hard cover and it bends in the middle.
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Yes! Here's the link;
http://www.homedepot.com/p/QCA-Spas-91-in-W-x-42-in-D-Hard-Hot-Tub-Cover-for-Model-100-Capri-Hot-Tub-SI3964HD/202190777#.Ui5FRD_W6-U
I have this cover and love it.
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January 22, 2013
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The hard cover for the Capri has a polystyrene core which folds in the middle. This is not included with the purchase of the Capri. The cover that comes with the capri is a flex cover made of viynl. Those are the only two covers availabe for this spa.
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January 22, 2013
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Most likely a special order. Really, the tub is the size of a long bathtub. The top we have, you can just fold it back in half.
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I made ahindged coverbut they are available to purchase.
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Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 56 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by ADDS ROMANCE Bought mine last march, only i bit of a hiccup with the delivery being a little late. This tub is easy to move by myself and a few 2 x 4 runners. set up was easy and maintenance is a breeze. if you get into chemical imbalance its easy to drain and start fresh. since it is just 110 power it does take awhile to heat up so i usually change water on a Tuesday or wednesday so its ready for the weekend. My wife loves to soak at night with me and a glass of wine!! just a hint, about $20.00 worth of 2 inch PVC and joints at Home Depot and I made a scafoldind to sink in the tub when not in use to keep the cover proped up so it doesnt fill up with rain water. November 10, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Exceeds expectations Easy to install, perfect size for a small deck or patio. Warms to the desired temperature quickly and maintains heat with minimal energy expendature. January 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Spa...ahhhh! I purchased this spa in September of 2011, so I've had a few years to review. As you can see by my rating, I love it! Yes, the delivery was hairy: my driver was nice enough to get it into the backyard for me, and I wrangled a couple of neighbor boys to help me get it off the pallet. That said, it has worked (for me) flawlessly since day one. Since I'm really the only one who uses it except for the occasional visitor, I don't have to clean very often...about twice a year. But it runs well, and I run it all through the Upstate New York winters, with only a $20 or so increase in electrical cost. (I also switched over to all LED lighting, so that could have lowered the bill) I have a heavy duty cover with clip downs, so the winds don't take it away and the water stays more insulated. If you live in a colder climate, I would recommend this cover over the lightweight cover that comes with the spa. I don't use conventional spa chemicals, I use SpaSilver (colloidal silver) so the water never smells funny, and the silver does not evaporate out. Also, I check the particle content with a meter to make sure the water is still good...never goes above the content of our drinking water (around 240-250). Really the only caveat I have is that when the power goes off and I have to reset the temp, you kind of have to hunt around to hit the right part of the control panel...usually I end up going way down and then magically, I hit the right spot and the temp goes up...not enough of a problem to me to affect my rating. It takes me about 2 hours to empty it, clean it and refill. I refill with a hose that attaches to the water spigot in my laundry room and run it through the house and out to the patio...this way I can run hot water and don't have to wait too long for the water to heat up to the 104 degrees that I keep it at. I keep clean filters as well, and this goes a long way to keeping the water clean. In my case, I have not had to deal with customer service, so I'm not sure about the quality of that. I am thinking about the ozone filter for a boost, just haven't decided yet. As others have said, the jets are amazing strong for such a cute lil' spa. For my first spa purchase, I LOVE MY SPA...what else can I say?? September 9, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Unreliable and poor customer support Purchased spa in May 2014 and the pump broke for the first time 6 weeks later. Home Depot's response was that they do not sell this product (despite the fact that we ordered it through their website) and that we had to deal with the vendor. That stance did not change, through numerous contacts with them. The vendor did make an effort, but the replacement parts did not last any longer than the original parts. That's the short version of a long story. We finally bought a replacement pump from a local vendor in September 2015, and it's not started leaking in 2 months, which is a record. If the spa worked correctly, I would only recommend it for warmer climates, as the temperature cannot be maintained during use in cooler weather (and colder weather — forget about it). When the lid is removed, the temperature starts to drop almost immediately. The heater cannot maintain the temperature when the lid is off the spa. November 20, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by very happy went from a large 220 volt hot tub to a small 110 volt hot tub not sorry at all. the jets and heater do just as good as the larger ones for me. great tub for the money. December 22, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Capri 2-Person Hot Tub Purchasing this fantastic hot tub from Home Depot was one of my best purchases this year. Top quality product, shipped to me in a few days and when I asked for details at my local store in Gainesville, Fl. it was just like always. Great friendly people who go out of their way to help. Setting this hot tub took less than 20 minutes and the next day I jumped in and started enjoying it. This hot tub is really great quality and a wonderful price.....what else is new, I bought it from Home Depot! Thanks so much. December 17, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Shipping ifee support 5star Exactly what I expected, plenty of jet power, does run a lot but it's for a minute or two, not hrs straight like bigger tubs, usually 20-30 times a day. This can be cut down slightly by turning filtration and purge settings down. Had a slight issue with control at first, but technical support was quick to fix and probably was an issue in its shipment. The shipping company was not precise, and the nicest thing I can say about them is be patient, it will arrive.... December 9, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Its a good small hot tub As far as the size, I love it. It was just what I was looking for. It came scuffed really bad on the edges. So HD discounted the original price. It takes almost two days to heat up. So the second time we filled it. We filled it will hot water. I like it but there are a few things I think could be better. Like grab bars to help stand up. Its small enough that being older, I have to have my husband help me get out. I would never get in it with out someone there to assist me. But if I were still young, that would be no problem. I like the shape and the color. And it does what its suppose to do, it relaxes my muscles… So I am happy with it. Just wish it got warm faster and had some sort of grab bars. September 27, 2011
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