TS 7.2 is rated
Everything you need in a hot tub, this model provides plenty of seating with a lounger and delightful features such as a waterfall, Master Force™ Bio-Magnetic Therapy System and our exclusive Orion Light System.
84" x 84" x 38"
(214 cm x 214 cm x 97 cm)
StressRelief Neck and Shoulder Seat™
Release the day's tension with specifically designed jets, focused on your neck and shoulders.
Master Blaster® Foot Therapy
Give your feet a massage of a lifetime with 28 perfectly-positioned jets for the ultimate indulgence.
Beautiful soft streams of light accent the exterior corners of your hot tub**.
Wi-Fi Module *
Get your spa ready to go from inside your home using your Apple® or Android® device.
Mast3rPur™ Water Management System*
Only Master Spas has a blended system of three natural sanitizers for unparalleled water quality with clarity, silkiness and a fresh smell.
Fusion Air Sound System*
Bring your favorite music beautifully to life and complete the spa experience with this optional Bluetooth sound system.
Learn more about these features here
- ABS Pan Bottom*
- Ergonomic Seating
- Master Blaster® Foot Therapy
- StressRelief Neck and Shoulder Seat™
- Master Force™ Bio-Magnetic Therapy System*
- Hydrotherapy Jets
- Cascade Waterfalls
- Orion Light System
- Afterglow Light Package*
- Dream Lighting*
- QuietFlo Water Care System™*
- Fusion Air Sound System*
- Smart Sensor Technology
- Mast3rPur™ Water Management System*
- EcoPur® Charge Water Purification
- Energy Efficient
- Noise Reduction System
* Optional features
** Not available with DreamStone Skirting
||84" x 84" x 38" (214 cm x 231 cm x 97 cm)
||900 lbs (408 kg) / 4,555 lbs (2,066) kg)
||305 (1,155 L)
|Number of Jets
Rated 1 out of
I have never been happy.
We are not happy with our Twilight series spa. We were told by the company this spa would cost less then $20 a month to operate. Not true. It's costing at least two and a half times that amount. ($45 to $50) Master Spa does not return e-mail or phone inquiries. Covers seem cheep. Not included under the warranty i'm told. Ours failed after a couple years or so. The underside ballooned into the water and eventually got mold and couldn't be cleaned. When we got snow it melted off the cover quickly. It's noisy especially on high. I'm sure Master Spa will delete this review???
Date published: 2017-03-26
Rated 5 out of
A wonderful spa
Our spa is a great addition to our outdoor entertainment area. It provides enjoyment and relaxation with minimal effort.
Date published: 2016-10-25
Rated 4 out of
Great spa - a couple gripes
We've had our TS7.2 for almost a month. It is used daily, and we love it. Very powerful combination of pumps and jets, comfortable seats, and the perfect size for a small space. The foot blasters are so powerful that you can actually overdo it. Word of warning - don't grind your toes into the surface of the jets for long! They'll be sensitive the next day. Soooooo awesome though. I use the blasters for my knees and lower back as well. Overall we are happy with our purchase, but there are a few gripes.
1) The neck/shoulder chair is designed for smallish torsos. I'm 5'10" and do not fit in the chair as designed. I need to angle my body quite far into the tub to get my shoulders in the jet path. If the seat was a couple inches lower it would be perfect. Perhaps a redesign with a deeper seat and removable "booster" insert for shorter people would be a solution (willing to "test" your new and improved version as compensation for the idea :D)
2) Pump two doesn't have a low setting (it's full blast or off). I don't always want 100% power, and the noise that accompanies that.
3) The individual jets turn off way too easily, especially the large ones. I'm forever checking and rechecking if they are fully open, detracting from an otherwise relaxing experience. Move a bit, especially in the lounger, and chances are you've affected a jet or two. There is virtually zero resistance to turning them off.
4) No dimming function on the Orion lighting, and confusing "programming". Also zero instructions in the manual on how to use the lighting system.
5) The diverter valves make quite a bit of air gurgling noise if not fully one way or the other. Mixing the power between the neck and shoulder chair and the others shared by pump #2 makes much more noise than if diverted completely one way or the other.
Beyond these few issues the Master TS7.2 is a very well built and designed spa. I did a lot of research, and am very happy with our choice. Self supporting shell, full cavity icynene spray foam, top quality parts list (Waterway, Balboa), and what appears to be good build quality. Would recommend!
Date published: 2017-04-30
Rated 4 out of
I'm really digging the Tub! I have suffered from a bad shoulder and alot of back pain for a long time and the tub has done wonders. The ability to direct the jets to troubled areas has been magic. My muscles feel relaxed and my days are less stressful eventhough my workload increases daily. Im real glad i reached out to Walter at Krevco here in Winnipeg, Mb. The only thing stopping this review from a 5 star rating is the fact the Bluetooth module needs to be replaced for the stereo. No worries it's on order!
Date published: 2017-12-01
Rated 4 out of
Great hot tub with minimal issues
Overall, I've loved this hot tub. The powerful complement of 36 jets make it feel like I have a personal massage therapist available at any time. Cleaning and maintenance has been a snap.
That said, I have had to replace a heating sensor after less than two years of use. The service call was $100.00, but MasterSpas made the process simple and as painless as possible. They did a great job taking care of me!
Date published: 2016-10-19
Rated 4 out of
Love our new hot tub
we really love our new hot tub. The only thing I would change is how the jets are plumbed---this tub is sized for 3 - 5 people but is really not suited for more than 3. The controls that turn the jets on/off divert water from one set of jets to another so that there are never more than 3 seats with full powered jets.
Date published: 2016-10-24
Rated 5 out of
Easy to use and maintain
My spa has been easy to use and maintain. Most enjoyable. I can't wait for the winter to use it. My dealer in Utica mi. Was very helpful in the site planning phase and more than helpful if any issues arise. Just one bad jet that was replaced, no questions asked and part recieved in 1 day.
Date published: 2016-10-18
Rated 3 out of
Buying @ "Spa Sale" by Spa Pool & BBQ Show a JOKE
The price was listed as $15K; The "Sale" price was listed as $7900. What a joke. Want to see a REAL $15,000 spa? Visit a reputable dealer, not these rip-off artists. The guy who was in charge of the sales was a greasy long haired unkempt snake oil sales man or a used car dumpster.
Date published: 2017-01-14
where is the gfci on ts 7.2 model
Hi Trey. The GFCI on the Twilight 7.2 is external. There is not an internal GFCI in the Twilight series. Your electrician will have to install the GFCI for you.
Date published: 2017-12-18
what is the amp requirement for the electrical hock up
Hi Joe! Here are the electrical requirements for a TS 7.2 https://www.masterspas.com/documents/240v-electrical-requirements.pdf
Date published: 2017-12-11
Twilight 7.2 ..are there any negative impacts to using bromine pucks in a floater with my tub?
Although the manual suggests against bromine can you detail exactly why? Thanks
Hello! We have a couple reasons why we do not recommend using bromine. The first reason is that the bromine will never fully gas off since it will be constantly infusing the water with more chemicals. This could end up over sanitizing your system. Another reason is that since the bromine pucks are held together by calcium you could see the calcium levels fluctuate strangely. A third reason is that you would have to change to a different filter because the eco pur filter is not compatible with a bromine system, it is specifically made for a chlorinating system. Good question!
Date published: 2017-12-04
It's been 4 days since starting up my new TL 7.2. I followed the chem startup recommendations and its starting to go a bit cloudy.
I need some direction re filtration cycle(s) .. length of cycle and how often? Any other suggestions to help me learn..
Hello! If your water is becoming cloudy, our first suggestion would be to check the chlorine levels in the tub. They should be between 1-3PPM. As for the filter cycles, your owner’s manual will walk you through how to change those. We recommend having the filter cycles set for twice a day at two hours or once a day at four hours. If that is what they are set for, you can always make them longer in order to help clear up the water. Thanks for asking!
Date published: 2017-11-30
I just bought a twilight TS 7.2 @ a spa show.Serial # 1715982. I can not find any part numbers in the manual to buy spare filters. Can you forward me the part numbers for the filters?
Hi Tom! The part numbers for your filters are X268365 (outer blue filter), X268532 (orange eco pur filter), and X268533 (the filter that the eco pur locks into). Thanks for asking!
Date published: 2017-11-29
Pump 1 wont turn on so I am going to try to release some air pressure from the pump union but I don't know what paneling I am supposed to take off. Any ideas?
In order to access the pumps on your spa, you will need to remove the front piece of skirting that is under the topside control panel.
Date published: 2017-10-18
Where exactly is the pump union? One jet doesn't work as a result (I hope) air stuck in there that needs to be released. I took off a few of the side panels and couldn't locate the pump.
Hello! One of our customer care representatives will be in contact with you via email. Thanks for asking!
Date published: 2017-10-17
We have only had our master spa for three weeks and we already have a error message appearing saying the heater maybe dry, we troubleshooting it says the fliters maybe dirty, we have cleaned them Still showing this error any other suggestions?
Hi Bryan! When the heater says that it may be dry, the first step is to always check your filters like you mentioned. The best way to clean your filters is to take them out of the spa and soak them overnight in a solution with filter cleaner and water. After you finish soaking them you want to rinse them off really well and put them back in your spa. If this doesn’t work, I would look at your water and make sure that the chemicals are all in balance. I would also recommend a chemical known as oil gone or enzyme gone. These will eat up any residual oils that could be in your water - sometimes when the chemicals all check out as normal, this can be the problem. Thanks for asking!
Date published: 2017-10-13