Introducing i-sopod – our spaceship-like floatation pods.
i-sopods are state-of-the-art Epsom Salt water pods, designed to transport the user to a new world of absolute calm and tranquillity, where you will rediscover your health, vigour and enthusiasm.
Floatation pod is a powerful tool to achieve harmony of body and mind – natural, based on the scientific approach to deep relaxation.
Floatation pod is a powerful natural, based on the scientific approach to deep relaxation tool to achieve harmony of body and mind.
Precision engineered, it is the most technically advanced and luxurious floatation system available. Three years of research and development and over 16 years offloatation industry experience have culminated in i-sopod. Designed to take floatation to a new level. It is constructed from the finest quality materials and uses the most advanced filtration system.
Filtration system – triple protection
Floatation pod contains an extremely high concentration of Epsom Salts (each litre of solution weights 1.35 kilograms). Most viruses and bacteria cannot survive in this environment;
The water is passed through a one-micron filter for 15 minutes at the end of every float session; and the solution contains 1.5 to 3 ppm of free chlorine, which kills all viruses, bacteria and fungus.
Our floatation tanks designed to completely eliminate any possible claustrophobic feelings. Floaters stay in complete control of the environment.
i-sopods are one of the world’s largest tanks (L 2580 x W 1650 x H 1300 mm) that ensures supreme comfort for your floatation experience.
Our float pod has a large door, allowing easy and comfortable access to the pod for men and women of all ages. The door is never locked shut; it can always be opened manually from inside or outside by simply lifting or pushing the door. The weight is supported by two gas struts on either side of the effortless opening.
Inside the floatation tank there are two customer controlled switches; one for the interior light and another for the attendant call button. These buttons are clearly labelled and easily accessible.
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