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Minipool is an overflowing rim pool. Its absolute geometrics give it a sculptured look, its hollowed base makes it look like a shape suspended in space. The large band around the edge blends with the surface of the water.
Fitted with a circular bench for up to 5 people, Minipool is a miniature new living area for relaxing and regeneration, playful sharing.
In order to enter the tub you can choose between an essential small ladder in metal and wood or a larger footboard with deck, in Canadian red cedarwood.
With Minipool, Kos once again discovers new frontiers, guaranteeing great ease of use and fabulous looks.
Hydromassage, hydrocolour with underwater LED spots and a system for heating the water all guarantee total wellbeing for the senses.
Minipool has a hydromassage system that adapts to suit the users’ needs. The intensity of massage and direction of the jets can all be regulated. Each nozzle can be adjusted individually to give different kinds of fl ow: linear, rotating, soft or rapid.
Methacrylate tub with skimming lip, consisting of a one-piece fiberglass-reinforced shell with support frame in stainless steel and adjustable feet.
The outlet channel from the skimming lip is covered by a methacrylate panel.
• 2 independent hydromassage circuits, each with its own pump
• 5 hydromassage seats, each equipped with various jet nozzles
• 1 water circulation circuit with programmable pump
• 1 Cartridge fi lter
• 1 RGB LED spot lamp
Water heating available by heat-exchange system or electrical system
Maximum number of people: 5
Capacity: 1200 litres
Effective weight: 1875 kg
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