Float tanks for Home and Business

We’ll help you find the tank you need at a price you can afford.

Anywhere in the world.

If you’re looking to buy a float tank or pod, we offer free consultations on selecting the best tank for your budget. We’ll help you navigate through the all of the options so that you can invest in a tank you love. Contact us today about unadvertised deals and the installation of a new float spa in your home, business or float center.

Restingwell Spirit

Restingwell Spirit

Made in Sweden


Solid and dependable



Made in UK


First class float pod

Koan Float

Koan Float

Made in Holland


Certified for medical use



Made in USA

$12,000 to $17,000

Thousands sold since 1974.



Made in Germany

€50.000 to €100.000

Luxury reservoir system

Dream Pod

Dream Pod

Made in Tai Pei


Loaded with features



Made in Sweden


Proven and affordable



Made in USA

$8500 - $19,000

A complete spa cabin system

Royal Spa Home Pod

Royal Spa Home Pod

Made in USA


Modern home pod

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    Float Center Owners

  • Float House (Vancouver, Canada)

    Float House (Vancouver, Canada)

  • Float Spa Brazil

    Float Spa (Lago Norte, Brazil)

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    Point Zero Float Center (Dubai)

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    float.de (Alstadt, Germany)

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    Body Mind Float Center (Rochester)

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2015 Price List

Product Price
Samadhi $12.000 USD +
Aqua-Anima €13.000 EUR
Dream Pod $17,900 USD
@Peace (Pro) $18.500 USD
Restingwell Spirit €15.950 EUR
Koan Float €22.000 EUR
i-sopod £18.500 GBP
FloatOne €50.000 EUR +

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Product L x W X H (meters)
Samadhi Voyager 2.4 x 1.2 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
i-sopod 2.6 x 1.7 x 1.3
FloatOne Basin is 1.9 x 2.5 x .5

The outside dimensions listed represent the spatial “footprint” of the isolation tank in a room. The interior dimensions (where you float) vary depending on whether the tank or pod includes equipment in the back of the unit. Please note that some sizes listed are approximate.

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.

What’s the Total Cost?

Typical Cost Distribution

Discounts available for the following: your geographic location, if you buy more than one tank and other factors (please inquire). Some deals may include delivery, installation and/or Epsom salts.

Float Tank Terminology

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

A: Shape, stye, interior volume and materials. 

Float Pods have more curves, more visual appeal and are generally more expensive to produce. Float Tanks are rectilinear in form and often use dark PVC liners on the inside to hold the water. The term pod came into use in the mid-2000s and people like the organic reference of the word (think “seed pod”).

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

A: Please see below. 

Floatation Rooms and Cabins can refer to the same equipment. Floatation rooms are often custom-built into a room whereas a float cabin is a standalone structure 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 float spas. 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. So there is some overlap in the use of the terms.

Q: Is there a difference between these?

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

A: No. They all refer to the same device. 

The floatation community prefers floatation, isolation and sensory enhancement to describe floatingSensory deprivation is a term found in popular culture and dates back to earlier American floatation research (John C. Lilly) and well-known books and films (Altered States). Floatation therapy is a general term which refers to how floating provides relief from stress, pain, aches and other medical conditions.

Q: Do you deal in 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, we do. Please see note below. 

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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