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What is the Split System for URTH and Aphelion?


Hello everyone, I thought I would write a quick blog post about what the new Split System for URTH and Aphelion is, and why it might be a good option for you. We designed the URTH and Aphelion to be able to fit, on its side and carried by two people, through 36 inch wide doors.  [Continue]

Meditation with no pain!


Hello everyone!  This post is all about my meditation practice, in the tank and out of it.  If you are a meditator, or interested and have heard it’s amazing, I recommend you find a float tank and try it out. I have been a student of meditation off and on since high school.  I went to a soto zen [Continue]

Post 2016 Float Conference thank you…


Hello Everyone.  We just returned from the 2016 Portland Float Conference. In case you don’t know, there is a Float Tank Conference each year in late summer in Portland Oregon.  It is a 2 days conference with lots of research and talks about float tanks, the business of float centers, and so forth.  And it is a [Continue]

The All New URTH from Escape Pod Floatation Tanks


Hello Everyone. Thank you for all of the interest in the new Escape Pod URTH! So…why is the URTH a great float tank and a good deal?  Why choose the URTH over another float tank on the market? Price:  The URTH is the least expensive, high quality floatation tank on the market.  The URTH starts [Continue]

Let us talk about heaters…


Good day float world!  Today I’d like to talk about heaters in float tanks. A sensory deprivation tank’s main purpose is to ensure a still, silent experience.  So this means that when one is floating, there can’t be water moving around you. For pools and hot tubs, the water can be moving all of the [Continue]

New Sensory Deprivation Tanks from Escape Pod!


Hey everyone, just wanted to let you know about our two new tanks, the Aphelion and URTH. For the past 2 years, we have been developing a new tank system.  Our main goal was to build a sensory deprivation tank that didn’t use a liner.  Another goal was to build floatation tanks that were affordable.  And [Continue]