Summit to Sea Grand Dive Vertical Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber
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$14,500 & free shipping (within contiguous 48 states)
Or, $295 a month
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Prescription required (unless shipping to a clinical setting with licensed healthcare practitioners).
Fax your prescription to: 888-391-5361 before or after placing your order. Or, email it to
O2 generator required. Must be a 10LPM @ 20 PSI to work with this chamber. We offer a fully refurbished generator option during checkout or you may supply your own.
Made in USA by Summit to Sea
The Grand Dive Vertical is quite possibly the best quality and safest Hyperbaric "soft chamber" on the market. Accommodates fully upright seating positions with a 6 1/2 foot tall interior with a 54" base.
Summit to Sea is the only company that provides support 7 days a week.
All Summit models utilize redundant compressors for optimal reliability and translucent material allowing for a bright & airy interior (which feels less claustrophobic than other chambers). The patented sound suppression system offers a quite and relaxing session.
Summit to Sea has been manufacturing Class II chambers for over 30 years and the devices are examined by Institutional Review Boards to ensure quality and safety. You won't find any chambers exceeding this level of quality and service at a better price. Guaranteed.
Summit to Sea Grand Dive Vertical Specifications
One of the first vertical portable mild hyperbaric chambers on the market
Designed to add an easy chair for ultimate comfort
Vertical zipper design for easier entry and exit
6.5 feet tall
54" in diameter at base, 40" in diameter at top
Unique floor system including stabilizer
Dual STS 80 pumps for high cool air flow
Antibacterial carpet for comfort
Full frame for faster inflation
2 year warranty on parts
All about Summit to Sea Chambers
BOOST HBOT WITH THE SUPERHUMAN PROTOCOL
Prepare cells BEFORE HBOT by increasing cell voltage (pH) which allows the cell to repel each other optimizing uptake (up to 1 billion o2 molecules per Red Blood Cell). This is accomplished with PEMF (pulsed electromagnetic therapy). Then expose the body to PBM (photobiomodulation), or what is called red light therapy (red & near-infrared cold laser). When red & near IR (infrared) light is absorbed by a protein in the mitochondria called Cytochrome c Oxidase (CcO), mitochondrial NO (nitric oxide) is dissociated from CcO and oxygen transport returns to normal. In other words, O2 has very little competition getting into the cell and completing the process of making ATP.
Learn about the Superhuman Protocol here.