Just what I needed, and they got here quickly. Price was better than other sources. I let my spa chemistry get way out of whack, and several (probably all) of my jets failed. These replacements are a good price and all five (!) of them work just fine. I'll probably be putting in an order for smaller jets as they crap out!
You don't need a repair person to replace jets. When they fail, collect all the big pieces and compare what you have to a side view of the new jet. What ever you don't have in your hand is still in the tub's jet housing. A good tug with large needle nose pliers will retrieve the parts left behind.
Note that the world seems to be out of the jets with chrome escutcheons (the face trim), but here's a work-around. On your old jet (the broken one), the chrome trim is held on by four small bent tabs that grab corresponding slots on the gray plastic body. I used a heat gun on the broken jet to soften the plastic in the vicinity of the tab; enough to use a screwdriver to pull the plastic out from underneath the tab. Repeat for all tabs, and now you have a trim piece to transfer to the new jet. Bend the tabs up with right angle pliers, then back down once the trim is seated on the new jet. I also used a punch to set the tabs down fully.
Reviewed by: Mark Bowers from Virginia Beach.