The Summit to sea Dive hyperbaric oxygen chambers are among the two top selling brands of all the hyperbaric chambers I have reviewed.
They have several different sizes including vertical hyperbaric chambers you can sit in instead of lying down in.
They have 6 foot zippers instead of 4 foot zippers that make the zipper opening wider for larger people. The extra 2 foot zipper makes it so you don't have to squeeze in with a narrower opening. Stress from pulling apart the zippers can put stress on the ends which wear and tear them if used in a clinic on shorter zippers if they are the same type as the Summit to Sea Dive chambers. Note that these are non oilless zippers on theirs and you do have to oil them every so
Their buckles and valves are made of medal, not plastic. They are also the type of quick connect fittings that are on their auxiliary valves and fill valves. Most are the type u have to screw in.
The noise from their chamber run at 36 decibels. Note that 40 decibels is the sound of a refrigerator which is the sound that most oxygen concentrators run at.
You can choose between the foam or inflatable bolsters on their chambers. The inflatable ones are much more portable.
They are the lightest inside (super translucent) of all the buckle/belt chambers I have tested. They let in the most light from outside of the chamber.
They are the lighter of the portable chambers. Their material is thinner and has a lightweight nylon core which gives it strength that doesn't have anything to do with the vinyl cover which most people feel and it feels thin to most people. The vinyl structure over the nylon doesn't add strength to the chamber, it is for Air tightness, not strength. The weight has nothing to do with it. It is the core strength that matters. Each Dive chamber, even their least expensive one, can be tested to 21 psi. They are super strong.
Note: the vinyl cover is thinner than all the chambers I have tested but the nylon core is thicker. A heavy duty nylon core doesn't add extra weight like thicker materials do.
Most of their chamber are made in France except the Dive model that is made in Minnesota. All their materials on the Dive chamber only are made with USA materials unlike their other ones. I have researched them and personally have seen them being made in the their factory. They have a Iso9000 certificate for their Minnesota factory.
I have called almost everyone that has had the their Dive hyperbaric chambers and so far, 2 years later, none of the people I called said they every had a problem with it. The only complaint is forgetting to oil the zipper regularly and it get stuck and hard to open which sucks if you are trying to get out of the chamber.
This is the only company that has the buckle type hyperbaric treatment chamber that offers a one year warranty on their zipper. About 3% of their chambers according to what I found out have zipper failures within the first year and they replace it if there is a problem of any sort within the first year. The ones that don't have the zipper warranty usually are about 500 to 700 cheaper generally and I think that is why they are cheaper for the models that are labeled under different names. I really don't know the story if this company makes private labels for other companies but I have seen some look a likes that have almost the same specs but almost always without the zipper warranty.
According to the manufacturers, fixing the zipper on a return is the most expensive thing to fix, just next to the windows that can leak. I strongly recommend to get an extended warranty as long as the extended warranty includes the zipper.
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serial number on the Summit to Sea hyperbaric chamber in the grey.
double zipper on their hyperbaric chamber. They have super large teeth on their zippers.
close up of the zippers on the Summit to Sea hyperbaric chamber
The buckle on the Summit to sea hyperbaric chamber. Different buckle system than the other buckle type chambers on my home page.
What it looks like deflated.
This is the cooler and it is a game chamber for me. I used to sweat like a pig in their before I had this little thing that attaches to the compressor hose. It also dampens the vibration and makes it whisper quiet. Summit to sea makes this thing.
This is the only brand I promote with the hyperbaric chambers. I never have problems with this unit. Ever.
Watch how a new hyperbaric oxygen chamber can be used for 5 minutes and then be called a used chamber? I will film me opening up a brand new chamber, putting it together, showing the serial number showing it is the current year model. I will use it once to do a demonstration in my place and then sell it as used. Call me for my used prices. Must have prescription ready or its illegal to sell a chamber.
DEFINITION OF A USED CHAMBER: USED MANY YEARS OR EVEN JUST FOR ONE SESSION. OR EVEN USED FOR 5 MINUTES. OPENING UP THE BOX, TAKING THE CHAMBER OUT, THEN PUTTING IT BACK IN IS ALSO CONSIDERED USED. Watch video next to picture.
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