This is the largest E series chamber. Their smallest one costs $3995.
What you don't get:
There are 2 windows on the top but none on the sides or no windows on each end like the same size model that is more expensive.
There are foam bolsters as seen in the picture. Not the inflatable type that the more expensive one comes with.
There is now only one auxiliary valve which lowers the cost. The windows now balloon out. They don't have the 5 ply like before. The way it was before the windows didn't balloon out as the middle clear layer was harder and prevented it.
They now all come with an external frame where before they costs several hundred dollars extra.
The quality is the same as their "non-budget" chambers. It's just its not as aesthetic and not as luxurious. The construction is the same otherwise.
These also come with extended warranties up to 3 years which keeps its resell value. Warranties are transferable on these chambers.
Their 40 inch Grand model shown above costs 10,995. It is 8 feet long. Their 28 inch one is only 7 feet long just so you know. The 40 inch model also has 2 air compressor motors, and the 28 inch models only have one compressor.
Their 24 inch smallest chamber is now 24 inch diameter, up from 23 inch diameter for their premium model. The $3995 24 inch model does NOT come with inflatable bolsters. It has the new foam bolsters. It does not come with a mat cushion either. It does come with an internal frame that makes it easy to get in so you don't gotta hold the chamber up while getting in. The 24 inch model is also 7 feet long.
There are military discounts on the 28 inch model also. If anyone has a military ID they are entitled to this discount. The price of the hyperbaric chamber will be subsidized.