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Floatation Tank Marketplace • 2014 Catalog


FloatOne by Float Med-Tec

FloatOne by Float Med-Tec

Luxury integrated float spa room and system.

€50.000 to €100.000

Dream Pod

Dream Pod

(Coming Soon)

$19,000 +/-

i-sopod

i-sopod

The sleek, sytlish and durable i-sopod from the UK

£19,000 +/-

Aqua-Anima

Aqua-Anima

A great utilitarian tank for Europe and beyond

(Coming Soon)

Samadhi

Samadhi

The original floatation tank. Thousands sold since 1974.

$12,000 to $17,000

Restingwell Spirit

Restingwell Spirit

The most affordable tank built in Europe. Solid and dependable.

€ 15.700 +/-

Koan Float

Koan Float

This tank meets all European regulations for use in medical clinics.

€22,000 +/-



Specifications

Product Price
Samadhi Voyager $12.000 USD +
Dream Pod $19.000 USD
Aqua-Anima Coming Soon
Restingwell Spirit €16.000 EUR
Koan Float €22.000 EUR
i-sopod £19.000 GBP
FloatOne €50.000 EUR +

Prices listed are for new units shipped directly from the factory and in some cases include delivery or installation.

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Product L x W X H (in meters)
Samadhi Voyager 1.2  x 2.4 x 1.2
Dream Pod 2.6 x 1.7 x 1.3
Aqua-Anima 2.7 x 1.5 x 1.3
Restingwell Spirit 2.6 x 1.7 x 1.3
Koan Float

Info forthcoming

i-sopod 2.6 x 1.7 x 1.3
FloatOne 1.9 x 2.5 m x .5 (the tub)

These measurements are approximate and are the outside dimensions of the units. From the perspective of the person floating, the inside measurements are more important. Some companies place equipment or controls in the back of the tank, slightly reducing the amount of space available for floating. Please contact us for more details.

The cost of delivery depends on your location with respect to the manufacturer’s location, and whether you select ground, ocean or freight delivery. Shipping quotes are valid for 30 days. In some cases, manufacturers charge an additional fee for placing the float tank in a crate or pallet. Door to door delivery is available for all business locations and many residences.

The cost of installation depends on the model. Some tanks can be installed by the buyer or a contractor, though most require a certified installation technician. Installation costs may include travel and lodging for the technician(s) and can be negotiated with the manufacturer.

Warranties and guarantees vary by manufacturer and model. Most companies offer long-term warranties for the tank body and limited warranties for hardware such as pumps, filtration systems, control systems, displays and doors.


Terminology

Q: Is there a difference between these?

  • Sensory deprivation tank
  • Isolation tank
  • Floatation tank
  • Float spa
  • Floatation therapy tank

A: No, they are all the same.

Explanation: “Sensory deprivation” is commonly used by the public and the media, but the floatation community moved away from this term because floating does not deprive people of their senses, it greatly enhances them!  However, since the term is commonly found in American cultural references to floatation (John C. Lilly, Altered States, Joe Rogan, etc.), it will probably be with us for a long time. The floatation industry prefers “floatation”, “isolation”, and “sensory enhancement” to describe floating. “Floatation therapy” is a general term which refers to how floating provides relief from stress, pain, aches, burn-out and other medical conditions. The acronym REST was developed by scientific and clinical researchers to describe the process.

Q: What’s the difference between a float tank and float pod?

A: The design form and the price. And sometimes the material. 

Explanation: Float pods have more curves, and often have higher quality parts and components, and are therefore more expensive to produce. Some older models of tanks (such as the Koan Float tank or Floataway Tranquility) are pod-like, have always been marketed as tanks. “Pod’” is a much more pleasing and inviting term than “tank”, and the usage appeared in the mid-2000′s by floatation enthusiasts who wanted to change the way people perceived floating.

Q: What’s the difference between a float cabin, room, pool, tub, etc.? 

A: See below. 

Explanation: Floatation rooms and cabins can refer to the same equipment, though floatation rooms are often custom-built into a room whereas a float cabin is a pre-fabricated standalone structure which is assembled in a room. A float tub often refers to an open floating tank or the actual acrylic or fiberglass tub which serves as the basis for a float room or open float tank. A floatation pool is completely open and is typically a step-in product, though the term can also refer to the float tub inside a enclosed flotation room. Yes, it can be confusing!

Q: Do you sell all of these different products?

Float Tanks • Float Pods • Isolation Tanks • Sensory Deprivation Tanks and Chambers • Flotation Rooms • Couples Floating • Floatation Therapy Spas and Pools

A: Yes, but see below.

Explanation: Not all products are currently listed. Please contact us if you are looking for a particular manufacturer, model or if you need a custom design. We can assist you in contacting foreign manufacturers.

We ship to all locations.

USA • UK • Europe • Australia • Canada • The Americas • Mid East • Africa • Asia


Door to door delivery to your home or business. Contact us for a free estimate.

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