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Winter Is.....

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NORDIC Winter Crown II
Winter is AWESOME!!  Hey, we live and work up here in the North!  Winter is part of our Nordic life and it's...well....Winter!

But, that doesn't mean you can't enjoy your Nordic Hot Tub if it's snowing!  In fact, some of the best times to soak are in the winter months, out under the frosty, snowy sky!

A few things to remember when having a winter soak session.....

Keep your hot tub cover reasonably clear of snow.  You don't have to brush off every flake but accumulated snow can compact, making it dense and heavy. While our covers are sturdy and built to last, ice, snow load and twisting while opening can cause damage to the inserts and strain the hinge.  Just be careful not to damage the vinyl 'skin' of the cover when clearing the snow...gently does it!

Keep the path to your hot tub safe and clear from snow and ice. We want YOU to stay safe!

You may also want to consider turning your hot tub water temperature down a degree or two in the winter.  The difference between the ambient temperature and the water temp will be significant and a tub temperature of 100­° will still feel hot!  

Wear a hat!  When it's cold you want to keep your body temp regulated.  Wearing a hat will help regulate your temperature and keep your ears warm just as if you were working outside in winter.

Stay hydrated. That's just good advice anytime!  However, when you soak in a hot tub you can perspire so it's best to keep yourself hydrated!

If you want to experience the amazing-ness of a winter soak session in your own Nordic Hot Tub, contact your Local Nordic Dealer and tell them we sent you!
 Health Benefits is a series of blog posts to provide Nordic Hot Tub Owners with information about how their Nordic Hot Tub can benefit their health.  This is not intended to be a comprehensive health or safety guide nor can it be regarded in any way as health advice or a diagnosis.  If you have health questions, contact your physician or a trained health professional.