The benefits of sensory deprivation tanks are no secret: relaxation, deep meditation, soothing chronic muscle pain, increased athletic performance, and an overall sense of well being, but until now these benefits came at a hefty financial cost.
Zen Float has created an isolation tank that can be self assembled and is cheaper than its competition. Ideally it is paving the way for higher accessibility and lowered costs in the industry.
Much lighter than traditional models, the Zen Float Tent will weigh a little more than a water bed once you add the epsom salt and water.
Zen Float is running a Kickstarter to fund their idea, check it out for more details on the product. Whether you can afford to pre-order your own tank or not, it’s awesome to support a company that is hopefully going to make a huge difference for the collective conciousness.
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Requires 800lbs of Espon salt, yikes. I wonder how often you have to replace.
The best answer I could find was from the Zen Float FAQ, but it doesn’t really answer the question completely.
How often does the salt need to be changed?
We have prototypes that have been used for 18 months with the same solution the solution still doesn’t need to be replaced.
Could you give an estimate of what everything cost once fully assembled and ready to float? Also when are they available?