Want a Better Swim Spa Cover? Meet End 2 End

If you own a swim spa, no one needs to tell you just how much they benefit your health and well being. Also, no one needs to tell you how painfully annoying and inefficient swim spa covers can be.

Typical bi-fold covers are like people who don’t swim for exercise — they gain weight, retain water and break down in the sun. Bifold covers collapse under the weight of snow, they let heat escape and they’re so difficult to remove and replace that it makes you not want to use your swim spa in the first place.

Your swim spa is awesome. It’s an investment in your health and happiness. It deserves a better cover — and so do you.


The End 2 End (E2E) cover is a game changer. Unlike bifolds, it is one continuous piece that forms a complete, tight seal, which saves you money on energy by locking in heat. E2E covers can roll in either direction. If you own a dual-side swim spa, here’s where your ears should be perking up. Imagine keeping the swim side covered while you’re relaxing in the spa side at night.

One person can easily open and close the E2E. It’s user friendly and it locks in place.

It contains closed-cell foam insulation. It starts out light, and since it retains zero water, it stays light forever. The top is domed so water won’t pool up, and it is fully framed so it can tolerate the weight of big heaps of snow. The top and the threads are UV protected, so it won’t degrade no matter how much direct sunlight attacks it.

There are three non-negotiable, must-have, anything-else-is-a-deal-breaker concerns when it comes to swim spa covers: one-person accessibility, energy efficiency and longevity. E2E nails every category — and your sad, droopy, bloated bi-fold cover knows it.



The 2019 Limelight Collection Owner’s Manual will help you understand your spa’s features, and answer questions you might have regarding spa operation, water care, and maintenance. There is also a troubleshooting section included for your convenience.  

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