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2-in-1 Air-Tight Cover/Carry Bag for Pod

2-in-1 Air-Tight Cover/Carry Bag for Pod

"This has changed my life. I feel fresher, happier and more alive after 30 seconds in my ice bath."


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This 2-in-1 Ice Bath Cover/Carry Bag is designed with eco-friendly, non-toxic PVC material and an air-tight seal for long-term insulation. Its double-layer structure makes it durable and provides excellent protection for ice baths and bath accessories.

The unique design enables it to be used as a carry bag for easy storage and portability. Its waterproof construction allows for a 100% leak-proof experience.

Our Impressive Specs

- 80 cm diameter
- 80 cm height 
- 3.5 kg
- 400 L capacity
- Suitable heights up to 2.1m (6'7)

What's Included?

  • 1 x Ice Bath Pod
  • 1 x Protective Lid (Or 2 with the 2-in-1 air-tight cover)
  • 1 x Floating Thermometer
  • 1 x Carry Case (only included with 2-in-1 air-tight cover)
  • 6 x Durable Support Legs
  • 1 x Water Cushion
  • 1 x Hand Pump
  • 1 x Drain Hose
  • 1 x User Manual

Warranty & Guaratees

Every order comes with the following:
- 90-Day money Back Guarantee
- 1 Year Damage Warranty

If you are unhappy with your order, we'll help with the return and refund you.

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Why an ice bath?

Benefits of use

Improved circulation

Freezing baths just might make for a happy heart.

When you submerge in cold water, blood rushes to your vital organs. Your heart then needs to work harder, pushing blood through your vessels and giving your bod the vital oxygen and nutrients it needs.

Keep in mind that going on a 10-minute walk can give you a similar blood-circulatory boost. Really don’t want to walk it out? Try an ice bath instead.

Stronger immune system

There is some scientific evidence that ice baths work as an immunity booster. One 2016 study published in the journalPLoS Onefound that people who take cold showers are almost 30 percent less likely to call in sick for work or school.

Deeper sleep

The cold water can have a positive effect on the central nervous system, which helps you sleep and feel better after spending ten to fifteen minutes in it.

Improved recovery

Cold water immersion can also help athletes feel like they’re recovering better. A 2017 study found that MMA competitors who dunked in cold water after working out reported being less sore than those who didn’t.

Reduced stress & anxiety

According to 2018 research, cold stimulation (specifically in the neck region) stimulates the vagus nerve, thereby lowering heart rate and potentially reducing stress.

In a 2014 review of hydrotherapy treatments, researchers concluded that cold exposure (like a cold compress or ice bath) can boost the capacity and function of your central nervous system (CNS). A functional CNS can help you sleep better and just feel better.

Reduced inflammation

It can numb pain receptors and bring down inflammation, so you can almost think of it as like a drug-free anesthetic

Boosts Metabolism

Cold exposure increases the brown adipose tissue in the body, which is responsible for converting energy into heat to keep the body warm - this is what gives you the metabolism boost.

How does it work?

When you are exposed to cold water, your blood vessels constrict and get smaller. And when you get out of the water, the change in temperature causes them to rapidly re-open, which can help to flush the muscles' metabolic waste products.

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Reduces Inflammation: The cold temperature of an ice bath reduces blood flow to the muscles submerged, which can minimize tissue breakdown and inflammation.

Alleviates Muscle Soreness: Ice baths are believed to reduce delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS), a common condition that occurs after intense or new exercise routines.

Speeds up Recovery: By reducing inflammation and alleviating muscle soreness, ice baths can help speed up the body's recovery process, allowing for more frequent and effective training.

Promotes Parasympathetic State: Cold exposure can help shift your body from a stressed (sympathetic) state to a relaxed (parasympathetic) state, promoting rest and recovery.

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When should I use the ice bath?

  1. Post-Workout: Ice baths can help to reduce inflammation and speed up the recovery process after a strenuous workout.
  2. Sports Injuries: If you've suffered a sprain, strain, or other type of sports injury, an ice bath may help to reduce swelling and speed up healing.
  3. After Running or Endurance Events: Many runners and cyclists use ice baths after a long race to alleviate muscle pain and stiffness, reducing recovery time.
  4. Chronic Conditions: Some people with chronic conditions like arthritis or fibromyalgia find that ice baths help to manage their symptoms.

"My ice bath has been amazing to say the least..

"I was sceptical at first but after using it for the first time I haven't stopped using it everyday since. It has truely changed how I feel and I recommend it to everyone."

- Jerry L.

More guidance for use


I am over 6FT will I fit?

We've designed our bath to fit anyone up to 2.1m tall (6' 7")

How long does it stay cool for?

Our ice bath is built with 5 insulated cooling layers that keeps your water cold for up to a week.

In fact, after long-term testing using cold tap water, we found you don't even need to add ice, as it's still cold enough to get the benefits from cold water therapy at 15°C and below.

How easy it to fill with water?

You can use any garden hose to connect to the water connector at the bottom of the ice bath or simply pour to 70% of the bath.

How big is it?


80 cm diameter

80 cm height 

3.5 kg

400 L capacity

Suitable heights up to 2.1m

Does it come with a lid?

Yes, both types come with lids. We have 2 options for you to choose from.

The air tight lid is for rougher conditions and longer lasting clean water.

How can I keep the water clean?

Legally, we cannot tell you what chemicals you should be using as everyone reacts differently.

We have seen many customers using Bromine Tablets and UV Light Rods which kill up to 99% of the bacteria in the water.

We also recommend changing the water once a week and adding a touch of soapy water to ensure it's clean and good to go.

How much ice would I need?

The simple answer to this is to aim to get the water below 15 degrees celsius as that is where the benefits are.

In most countries, cold tap water is around 10-12 degrees celsius so it is cold enough to be effective.

Adding ice to this will further reduce the temperature by 3-7 degrees depending on how much ice you use.