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Cryospring Cold + Hot Plunge System

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Cryospring Cold + Hot Plunge System

Plunge into the ultimate health and wellness ritual with the Cryospring Cold + Hot Plunge System.

Discover the CryoSpring Cold + Hot Plunge System - the ultimate solution for targeted temperature therapy. This versatile device combines the benefits of cryotherapy and thermotherapy in one sleek and user-friendly unit. With precise temperature control, a spacious tank, and built-in safety features, it offers a customizable and secure therapy experience. Enhance your recovery, reduce inflammation, and indulge in the benefits of both cold and hot therapy with the CryoSpring Cold + Hot Plunge System. Elevate your wellness routine today!

  • Industry-leading 1hp rotary compressor by Hitachi for 24/7 temperature maintenance, even in hot climates.
  • Durable insulating drop-stitch inflatable tub and locking lid with triple-layer EVA cushioned bottom and stainless steel water inlet and outlet.
  • Dual-stage water microfiltration system with mesh pre-filter and replaceable 20-micron pleated filter.
  • Automated ozone generator for natural water sanitation with less chemicals needed for water maintenance.
  • 30-day money back satisfaction guarantee.
  • 1-year warranty and lifetime product support.



Portable Ice Bath:

  • Drop-stitch insulated body and lid with EVA insulated padded bottom
  • Stainless steel water inlets/outlets
  • Fits up to 2 adults
  • Tub dimensions w/o lid: ~59"(L) x 32"(W) x 27"(H)
  • Max water capacity: ~135 gallons
  • Empty weight (tub only): ~21.5lbs

Wi-Fi Enabled Smart Chiller:

  • 1hp high-efficiency rotary compressor by Hitachi
  • Self-priming water circulation pump
  • Water microfiltration system with replaceable 20-micron pleated filters
  • Automated ozone sanitation system
  • Folding carrying handles and lockable caster wheels
  • Uses a standard 110V power outlet - GFCI protection built-in
  • Auto defrost freeze protection
  • WiFi enabled for iOS and Android mobile device control
  • Dimensions: 21.25"(L) x 15.5"(W) x 21.75"(H)
  • Weight: 79.25 lbs



What's Included

Tub and rigid insulating lid with locking buckles, plus:

  • Travel Backpack
  • Pump/vacuum
  • Skimmer net
  • Garden hose adapter
  • Suction safety screen
  • Repair kit
  • Synching strap

1hp Wi-Fi enabled smart chiller, plus:

  • Quick connect hoses
  • 20-micron pleated water filters (2)
  • Mesh pre-filter strainer
  • Filter housing wrench



The science-backed mental and physical benefits of cold exposure.

Enhanced Athletic Performance and Faster Recovery

Reduce inflammation, lower muscle soreness and improve physical performance.

A meta-analysis of cold-water immersion effects on recovery found that cold exposure can be a highly effective recovery tool after high-intensity exercise or endurance training. Short interval (< 5 mins), cold water immersion demonstrated positive outcomes for muscle power, perceived recovery, and decreased muscle soreness (in part due to a reduction in circulating creatine kinases). 

NOTE: Cold water immersion can limit some of the gains in hypertrophy, strength or endurance if done in the 4 hours or so after training. It’s better to wait 6 to 8 or more hours until after training, or do it before training UNLESS your goal is simply to recover without adaptation (for instance, when in a competition mode and not trying to get better, stronger, etc.) 

Source: Huberman Lab

Increased Focus and Energy

Own the day.

Deliberate cold exposure causes a significant release of epinephrine (aka adrenaline) and norepinephrine (aka noradrenaline) in the brain and body. These neurochemicals make us feel alert and can make us feel agitated and as if we need to move or vocalize during the cold exposure. Cold causes their levels to stay elevated for some time and their ongoing effect after the exposure is to increase your level of energy and focus, which can be applied to other mental and/or physical activities. 

Source: Huberman Lab

Greater Stress Resilience

Develop a healthier stress response.

By forcing yourself to embrace the stress of cold exposure as a meaningful self-directed challenge (i.e., stressor), you exert what is called ‘top-down control’ over deeper brain centers that regulate reflexive states. This top-down control process involves your prefrontal cortex – an area of your brain involved in planning and suppressing impulsivity. That ‘top-down’ control is the basis of what people refer to when they talk about “resilience and grit.” Importantly, it is a skill that carries over to situations outside of the deliberate cold environment, allowing you to cope better and maintain a calm, clear mind when confronted with real-world stressors. In other words, deliberate cold exposure is great training for the mind.

Source: Huberman Lab

Improved Mood

Have more awesome days.

While not true of every stress, cold exposure causes the prolonged release of dopamine. Dopamine is a powerful molecule capable of elevating mood, enhancing focus, attention, goal-directed behavior, etc.

Listen to Episode #39 of the Huberman Lab podcast to learn more about dopamine’s role in the body. 

Source: Huberman Lab

Boosted Metabolism

Burn more calories.

In the short-term, cold exposure increases metabolism as the body has to burn calories to increase core body temperature. The total calories burned from the cold exposure are not that significant. However, the conversion of white fat (energy storage) to beige or brown fat (which are highly metabolically active) can be beneficial for: 

  • Allowing people to feel more comfortable in the cold (i.e., cold adaptation)
  • Triggering further and more sustained increases in metabolism

Of course, calories in (consumed) versus calories out (metabolized) or “CICO” governs whether you gain, lose, or maintain weight. There is no escaping the laws of thermodynamics.

Source: Huberman Lab



How Cold?

This is the most common question, and it makes sense to ask that. However, it is truly impossible to answer, as some people tolerate cold better than others. The key is to aim for a temperature that evokes the thought, “This is really cold(!), and I want to get out, BUT I can safely stay in.” For some people, that temperature might be 60°F, whereas for others, 45°F.

Here is the key: the colder the stimulus (water immersion, shower, etc.), the shorter amount of time you need to expose yourself to the cold. One study showed significant and prolonged increases in dopamine when people were in cool (60°F) water for about an hour up to their neck, with their head above water. Other studies describe significant increases in epinephrine from just 20 seconds in very cold water (~40°F). The good news is that as you do deliberate cold exposure more often, you will be more comfortable in the cold at all times and can start to use colder temperatures with more confidence, just like exercise.

Source: Huberman Lab

How Long and How Often?

Consider doing deliberate cold exposure for 11 minutes per week TOTAL. NOT per session, but rather, 2-4 sessions lasting 1-5 mins each distributed across the week. Again, the water temperature should be uncomfortably cold yet safe to stay in for a few minutes. You can do more, but this should be the minimum to achieve the benefits of cold exposure. You can do very cold, very brief exposures for adrenaline release too, but the 11 minutes is based on a recent study by Susanna Søberg that explored a range of effects and is a good solid, basic protocol for ongoing use.

Source: Huberman Lab

How Do I Endure the Cold?

Undoubtedly, during (or before) cold exposure, you will find your mind pushing back against the challenge. Your mind will say, “I really don’t want to do this,” even before getting in, or “Get me out of here.”

You can imagine those mental barriers as ‘walls.’ Those walls are, in fact, the effects of adrenaline pulses in your brain and body, which in this case is what triggers the eventual adaptive response. After all, if it were easy, then there is no stimulus for your body to change (adapt).

By maintaining top-down control of your reflexive urge to exit the cold environment, you will have successfully traversed that wall.

Challenge yourself by counting walls and setting a goal of “walls” to traverse (e.g., 3-5 walls) during the round of cold exposure. You can also go for time. Up to you. The advantage of the walls approach is that it carries over to other scenarios more seamlessly, as most of life’s stressors don’t lend themselves so well to merely timing the duration until it passes. It also enhances your sense of mind-body connection to do it this way.

What Should I Do After a Plunge?

The Søberg Principle based on deliberate cold researcher Dr. Susanna Søberg is: To enhance the metabolic effects of cold, force your body to reheat on its own. Or “End With Cold.”

Also, allowing your body to shiver may enhance metabolic increases from cold. Shivering causes the release of succinate from muscles and further activates brown fat thermogenesis. 

Try this protocol to increase shivering, either during or immediately after cold exposure:

Don’t huddle or cross your arms while in the cold or after getting out. Also, don’t towel off. Let your body reheat and dry off naturally.

Source: Huberman Lab


Why Choose Cryospring?

Revolutionary Portable Tubs:

  • Durable drop-stitch inflatable construction - 25% thicker than the competition
  • Ultra comfortable triple-layer padded bottom
  • Sized for full body immersion of all body types - 58”L x 32”W x 27”D
  • Air-gap insulating body and locking lid for efficient temperature maintenance
  • 304 stainless steel chiller inlet/outlet connections
  • Easy garden hose drainage
  • Includes travel backpack, high-pressure pump/vacuum, suction safety screen, garden hose adapter, skimmer net, and repair kit

Powerful All-In-One Chillers:

  • The most powerful portable cold plunge chiller/heater on the market - 1hp rotary compressor by Hitachi
  • 37°F-107°F range - "set it and forget it" temperature maintenance
  • Powerful mag-drive pump for continuous water circulation
  • Dual-stage water filtration
  • Natural ozone sanitation
  • Commercial grade construction designed for 24/7 operation
  • Uses a standard 110v power outlet - GFCI built-in for safety
  • iOS and Android mobile app control and automation
  • Includes a pair of quick-connect hoses, particulate strainer, two 20 micron water filters, and filter housing wrench

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