Sole Bowl's commitment to research has brought new models and a new approach that honors higher values and enriching communities.
Now is the time for Independence
Sole Bowl's new Independence model celebrates a smaller footprint, lighter pump and lower price.
After years of searching, we decided to build the perfect foot spa bowl ourselves, starting with a tough 29" diameter poly bowl (25 gallon) and surrounding it with insulated cedar. The eight jets stream gently from the floor of the 12" deep bowl via a quiet Iron Mite spa pump. The trusted A.C.C. digital heater and keypad are mounted in the all weather cabinet. A vinyl cover for the bowl completes the installation.
The Independence model has an introductory price of $1450, including in-spa light, in-line filter, water treatment start-up kit, delivery and installation (or crating for shipping), one year warranty.
Sole Bowl has the Independence model in stock for immediate delivery. Call John at 971-344-3730 to order, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or click the Web Store button below.
Here is the first installation of the Independence model, in a loft in Portland's Pearl District.
Reach for more. Demand Integrity. Sole Bowl takes foot spas to a higher standard with Integrity, our new model that combines a deep 14" bowl with a mighty 1/2 hp pump to provide a serious soak for three, even four people.
Integrity offers the 32" bowl (37 gallon) with eight floor-mounted jet, in-spa light, in-line filter, digital heater with gfci, and vinyl cover. The introductory price, delivered or crated for shipping, is $1495.
Sole Bowl has the Integrity model in stock for immediate delivery. Please call John at 971.344.3730 to order, email email@example.com, or click the Web Store button below.
The first Integrity model was installed on the patio of a townhouse in Alexandria, VA.
This table provides dimensions for each of our main models for comparison purposes. These models are all otherwise similar in the heater style, filtration, floor-mounted jets, in-spa light, vinyl cover and warranty. The main difference is in the bowl dimensions and the pump size.
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