Hot Tub Water Draining Pump

Hot Tub Water Draining Pump
Hot Tub Water Draining Pump
Hot Tub Water Draining Pump
Hot Tub Water Draining Pump
Hot Tub Water Draining Pump

Hot Tub Water Draining Pump

Regular price $64.95
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Effortlessly empty the water from any spa with the electric Hot Tub Draining Pump by HydroMaster. Faster and far less hassle than siphons, battery-powered pumps, or gravity drains. Renewal Kit assures years of extra service life.

  • 10 ft. Clear-View Suction Hose
  • Metal Garden Hose Fittings
  • 6 ft. Power Cord
  • Pump Renewal Kit included

Product notes: 120V, 2.3A, 60Hz. 330 GPH. ETL listed, US & Canada. Non-submersible. Plug into GFCI protected outlet.

HydroMaster Spa Draining Pump Manual

  WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm

Customer Reviews

Based on 14 reviews
John Oliver
Making it easy

Just finished using the drain pump I ordered from Very easy to use and worked like a charm! As others have mentioned you need to weigh down the end of the plastic hose they include with the pump but not a big deal. I found it drained my tub faster than I expected. I have 400+ gallon tub and it drained it in 42 minutes. Some have mentioned they thought it was noisy, but for a small electric motor I thought it was a very acceptable noise level.

Spa Water Pump

Works great! The only negative is it's a little loud but totally worth it.

Drain pump

Fantastic little pump, easy to use and does the job.

Great Product

I used this to drain my spa and it was so much easier than draining directly from spa outlet. I was quick and easy and I was able to get all the water out of my spa.

Assembled wrong

Pump leaked from the shaft on the back side of the impeller housing on first use. There was a rubber o-ring sitting freely on the shaft behind the housing; disassembling the pump, removing a small retention piece, and placing the o-ring behind the felt spacer seemed to fix the problem. After reassembly the pump seemed to work fine but it shouldn't take surgery out of the box just to get it working as designed.