These are some of our frequently asked questions regarding Plunge and Plunge Pro.

Setup is truly plug-and-play. All you will need is a sturdy surface to place the Plunge on and a standard GFCI 110 outlet nearby. Most of the setup time is waiting for it to fill with water. Click here to check out our set up videos.

Delivery is easy as 1-2-3. Click here to read about it.

The Plunge gets all the way down to 39 degrees. No more bags of ice! 

The Plunge was designed by and for a large person. Inventor, Michael Garrett, is 6’6” and comfortably fits his entire body into the Plunge.

No. Each Plunge comes with a robust filtration system that includes: uv, ozone, and a 5 micron filter. With our maintenance pack, you can have crystal clear water for 6 months or longer. No more wasting water! 

The Plunge Pro is designed for facilities that see on average over 5 plungers per hour and needs extra cooling power. The standard Plunge will hold temp to mid 40's even in the peak of summer heat. If you want 39-40 degree water all the time and you are in an extremely hot climate, we recommend you get the Plunge Pro ($4,950).

Yes! The Plunge is designed to run in any environment. If it is extremely hot where you live, the standard Plunge will work great, but may tick up a few degrees in the heat of the summer. If you need 39 degrees constantly, we recommend our Plunge Pro. If it gets freezing for long periods where you live, you'll need our Hot & Cold Plunge to prevent freezing.

Yes. It comes with insulated spa cover. It has straps with clips that can be locked.

It will vary a lot depending on the temperature outside, direct sunlight on unit, and the set temp. At 72 degrees and set temp of 45 degrees, it uses 4Kw per day which is ~$1.

Standard: 2.5 degrees per hour. Pro: 8-10 degrees per hour

Yes, we ship anywhere in the world. Send us your address to info@thecoldplunge.com and we'll send you a quote.

The water heats from 50 degrees to 103 degrees in around 12 hours.

In our test using a microphone in front of the Plunge, it was 53 decibels and the Plunge Pro is 61 decibels. You'll hear the sound of a fan when the chiller is running and a constant bubbling (not jets like a hot tub). The Plunge Pro is a much stronger fan sound than the normal unit.