Keep your hot tub cover secure and closed!
The Spa Man understands the need for a secure locking strap for your hot tub and spa. The Spa Man Team assembles our own locking strap and we are happy to now offer them to our customers and the public. There are two reasons why you would need a locking strap on your hot tub and spa. Number one, the wind can be vigorous here in the mountain region and the hot tub cover clips are often times not durable enough to securely hold your spa cover down. Number two, to keep the infamous ‘hot tub poachers’ out. You may laugh, but it is all too real that uninvited and unwanted guests will use your hot tub as their leisure while you are not home. This could pose a safety issue along with not helping keep your hot tub water clean for your next soak. After the locking strap has been installed, you can add your own pad/combo/key lock or simply add a caribinar if you are not interested in locking it. It’s your choice.
Order your locking strap here or call (970) 887-3045 and we are happy to install one for you.
Inside package contains:
- 14′ of 2″ strap
- Stainless Steel Hardware (3 pieces)
- 8 Screws (4 large, 4 small)
- With the hot tub cover closed, unroll the strap material across the cover, opposite the folding seem. Note: the stainless steel plate that the strap is currently connected to will be the side that locks.
- At the side of the already attached stainless steel plate, you will begin by attaching the hasp (the bent stainless steel piece that receives the carabiner or lock). Place the hasp 10″-18″ down the side of the spa. Fasten the hasp to the side of the spa panel with the four small screws.
- Place the stainless steel locking plate over the hasp and secure it with the supplied carabiner or lock of your choice. Pull the loose end of the strap tight to the opposite side of the hot tub.
- Place the final stainless steel plate directly on top of a taught strap, 12″-36″ down the side of the spa. Use the four large screws to fasten the plate and the strap underneath to the spa side panel. Cut the excess webbing using a sharp knife.
Instructions video coming soon-