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Re: Dream Water Floatation Tanks in Dazhi

Postby Belgian Pie » 15 Nov 2011, 16:50

Gryphon wrote:
TainanCowboy wrote:
Gryphon wrote:
Belgian Pie wrote:How about hygiene? You do drain the water and refill for every customer?
This brings up a good point. Are the pods washed and scrubbed after each use?

Typically...NO.

But the clients are 'encouraged' to clean themselves (shower thoroughly) prior to use.

I have used these devices, also known as 'Isolation Tanks', several times in the past.
Not really for the timid or easily freaked-out without professional guidance.


That kind of reminds me of Fringe.


Without the 'wiring' ... :D
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Re: Dream Water Floatation Tanks in Dazhi

Postby FarFlungScot » 06 Jul 2012, 20:09

circleback wrote:Buddy used to have one of these in his basement in Boulder, CO. Great experience. I don't suggest heavy psychedelics in conjunction with this though!

2k/float is a bit on the high end though I must say.


That works out at around £40 though yeah? if thats for 60 minutes then its a bargain. I've tried this in the UK prices average around £35 for 30 or 40 minutes.

Very into this kind of stuff...good for meditation.
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Re: Dream Water Floatation Tanks in Dazhi

Postby calitotaiwan » 10 Jun 2013, 21:33

Looks cool...thinking about trying it.

Any updates on pricing? Is the company still in business?
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Re: Dream Water Floatation Tanks in Dazhi

Postby Novaspes » 11 Jun 2013, 00:26

Madgix wrote:Hey all,

Dreamwater is giving not ONE, but TWO crazy promotions! Just for members of Forumosa!!!

Promo #1:

A very special discount for all students! Up to 60% off.


Oh dear Lord, YES!!

You will be hearing from me! :)

Edit: I now realize that was 1 and a half years ago. :o
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