Naturopress Portable Ice Bath - Tub and Chiller for Home Use

$7,000.00 AUD $5,999.00 AUD
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  • Portable ice bath for indoor or outdoor use
  • 370 L (97 gallons) tub capacity
  • Available with 480W or 605W compressor power
  • 610W or 701W input power
  • Ozone sterilization system
Our portable, inflatable cold plunge tubs are an affordable way to reap all the benefits of cold exposure therapy right in the comfort of your own home.


Inflatable Ice Bath Tub and chiller

  • Portable ice bath for indoor or outdoor use
  • 370 L (97 gallons) tub capacity
  • Available with 605W compressor power
  • 610W or 701W input power
  • Ozone sterilization system
  • Rapidly cools water down to 3°C (32°F)
  • Constant temperature system with auto start/stop
  • Easy installation with built-in self-priming system
  • Installed external water filter
  • Anti-freeze and overheating protection systems
  • AC cable with leakage protection switch
  • Android or iOS app for easy operation
  • 1770W cooling capacity
  • 30kg or 35kg per set (set includes carry handle and transport wheels)
  • Customizable colors
  • One-year warranty
Naturopress ice bath - for sale - home use  - portable inflatable

What is an Ice Bath?

An ice bath is a form of cold therapy utilized mostly by athletes for the purpose of muscle recovery after intense workouts. Also called cold immersion therapy, a cold tub, ice tub, cold plunge, or even just winter swimming, an ice bath post exercise is great for easing sore muscles, cooling the body after exercise, relieving stress and anxiety, and more.

Home ice baths can, of course, be created in your own bathroom tub by filling it up with cold water and ice cubes; but a portable, inflatable ice bath tub is a great investment if you want water-at-the-ready quickly cooled to the exact cold temperature you like.

Benefits of Ice Baths

  • Reduces Inflammation
  • Relieves muscle pain
  • Maximizes workoutrecovery
  • Boosts mood andmental focus
  • Eases stress
  • Enhances immunesystem
  • Improves metabolism
  • Enriches sleep
  • Quickly cools overheated core body temperature
  • Helps burn fat

6 Do’s and Dont’s of Ice Baths

Cold water immersion therapy is growing in popularity at wellness centers and at home via portable ice baths for home or travel. Ice bathing is a very safe workout recovery technique, but it is important to be aware of some guidelines, best practices, and risk factors before starting to use a cold bath.

Do's with Ice Baths
  • DO consult your physician before assuming a regimen of ice baths, especially if you have diabetes, high blood pressure, or cardiovascular disease.
  • DO wear lightweight clothing or a swimsuit to protect areas of sensitive skin.
  • DO cool the water to between 10 and 15 degrees Celsius or 50-59 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • DO take it slow and DON’T take it solo (at first). Ease into the practice of cold-water immersion and do it with a buddy until you become more acquainted with how your body reacts.
Don’t with Ice Baths
  • DON’T stay in the water too long. Hypothermia and frostbite are real concerns, so limit your cold-water soak to no more than 15 minutes once you have ice bath experience. Beginners should plan to use a timer and take 5–7-minute ice baths.
  • DON’T take a warm shower immediately after taking an ice bath for workout recovery. The abrupt and drastic change in temperature can be too much of a shock, so warm up with layers of clothing and a hot drink instead.

Is an Ice Bath the Same as Cryotherapy?

While both cryotherapy and cold plunges provide many of the same benefits, they are not the same. Cryotherapy involves stepping into a chamber that gradually fills with cooler and cooler air using liquid nitrogen. You remain relatively dry. When you step into an ice bath, not only do you get wet, but the temperature change is abrupt and instantaneous.

The air inside a cryotherapy chamber is significantly colder (at its coldest) than the water in a portable ice bath, so the sessions are much shorter in duration than that of the typical ice bath.

Economically speaking, affordable ice baths are easier to come by than affordable cryotherapy by a long shot. When you own your own inflatable ice bath tub, it’s a one-time investment for the most part. Cryotherapy sessions at a wellness center are pricey and cumulative!

If you’re interested in learning more about the differences between whole-body cryotherapy and ice baths, blogger Michael Kummer has a great article about it here.

Amazing Features of Our Portable Ice Baths

  • Two powerful generators—choose the horsepower you need
  • Easy installation
  • Quick cooling
  • High-efficiency ozone sterilization
  • Designed for safety indoors or outdoors