Affordable, indoors or out
Endless Pool models start at $28,400 with a swim current.
Just $9,900 for a WaterWell therapy pool (not for swimming).
Infinity edge pools are all custom-built; the larger, more elaborate ones can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars.
That's because the pool's "vanishing edge" requires a complex structural and mechanical feat. You'll need architects and engineers to design the foundation and the catch basin (to manage the water's overflow).
Unlike for Endless Pools, installers for an infinity edge pool are rare, and thus expensive.
Once it's built, an infinity edge pool costs more in water (they can't be covered, so more evaporates) and energy (the massive pumps from the catch basin run constantly) than an Endless Pool.