Cold Tubs

Embrace the Cold Plunge

Unlock your potential with a cold tub. Break through mental barriers. Feel invigorated.

Arctic Plunge cold tub will change your outlook on life and allow you to break through your own boundaries and make you feel you can take on the world. With its unique design and quality construction, the Arctic Plunge is the best polar tub technology available.

What is the Arctic Plunge?

The Arctic Plunge cold tub is a revolution in cold plunge technology. Setup is a simple four-step process that takes less than an hour. Maintenance is also simple, and a care manual walks you through everything you need to know about your new Arctic Plunge ice bath.

Maintaining your ice tub keeps it clean and hygienic, while also protecting it from damage. If you want to keep it clean, you should combine both prevention and treatment to protect it.

Filter Change

The filter should be replaced every three months

Filter Clean

Clean the filter once a month

Cleaning the Ice tub

We recommend cleaning the ice tub with soapy water or hot tub surface cleaner. We do not recommend household cleaning products

Arctic Plunge Plunge Specifications

Arctic Plunge cold tubs are designed with unique features and quality construction that set us apart from the rest. With benefits like reducing muscle soreness, improving recovery time, decreasing inflammation, and enhancing circulation, Arctic Plunge is a game-changer in health and wellness.

Power Supply
15Amp, 110V

Stainless Steel 304

Dry Weight

Water Capacity
79 Gallons

As low as 38 degrees

Hose pipe connection

Antifreeze Function
Prevents the formation of ice or frost

Ozone + Filtration
Built-in ozone and filter system for clear water

Cover Included
Insulated for reduced running costs

Get a Arctic Plunge Quote

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Frequently Asked Questions

Does the Arctic Plunge cold tub require plumbing?

No. Our cold tub fills and drains with a garden hose. No plumbing is required.

Do I need to use a pre-filter on my cold tub?

Typically no, but in areas with a lot of minerals in the water, or if you have well water, it is recommended to use a pre-filter. 

Can I use an extension cord with my Arctic Plunge ice bath?

It is not recommended to use an extension cord, as the cord is a safety hazard. 

Can an Arctic Plunge be used indoors and outdoors?

The Arctic Plunge is very heavy-duty built with a stainless interior and an aluminum skirt. In most applications, the cold tub can be used in outdoor and indoor locations. There are many safety factors to consider.

If outside, you need to make sure you cannot touch any electric outlet while you are in the tub. You also need to make sure there are no items that can fall into the tub that are connected to electric. You need to make sure the Arctic Plunge cannot get flooded with a storm. In extremely cold environments you may have to bring your cold tub in during extreme winter months. You need to also consider any moisture damage to the outside area. 

If inside, you need to make sure you cannot touch any electric outlet while you are in the tub. You also need to make sure there are no items that can fall into the cold tub that are connected to electric. You need to make sure the Arctic Plunge is in an area where splashing, water or condensation will not damage your interior area (Carpet, drywall, etc.)

How long should I use an Arctic Plunge?

First you should always contact a doctor to verify your health is in good shape for cold water therapy. You should always start with a short period of time. Regular people often work there way up to two minutes. Extreme athletes in extremely good condition often do not ever exceed three minutes.

How do I maintain an Arctic Plunge?

Water changes vary depending on many factors.  Usage (number of people), length of time in the unit, how clean you are when you get into the unit (Pre workout vs post workout), and other factors. Typically, most customers change there water every two to three months. 

What chemicals should I use in my Arctic Plunge?

With a stainless-steel interior and cold water bacteria is less likely to form. To clean the stainless steel hydrogen peroxide does a great job. Use caution with the product you use to clean the stainless. Make sure you do not use any abrasive products and always clean in the direction of the grain of the stainless.

What should I do if my Arctic Plunge is outside and it gets cold?

Your Arctic Plunge is built with a antifreeze system that will keep your tub from freezing in cooler temperatures. The antifreeze will keep your tub from freezing to about 10 degrees F. If it is colder than 10 degrees F it is recommended to bring your unit into an area that does not get below 32 degrees F or winterize your Arctic Plunge. You need to remove all water from your Arctic Plunge including but not limited to the tub, filter, chiller, pipes, drain line, and heat exchanger.

How quickly can I use my Arctic Plunge?

Typically, your tub will be ready in 4-8 Hours. Time to cool will vary on how cold you want the water, ambient temperature.

Does my Arctic Plunge have a sanitation system?

Yes the Arctic Plunge is built in with a ozone sanitization system to make the water stay clean longer and reduce sanitizer needs

Does my Arctic Plunge include a cover?

Yes, it includes an insulating cover. If the tub is anywhere where a child or animal could be present you will need to add a locking strap to the cover.