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Your personal, affordable ice bath/cold plunge system



Regular price $997.00 USD
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  • recoverfun iconNo ice required, simplifies ice bath/cold plunge process
  • recoverfun iconPrecisely control water temperature cool down to  41°F (5°C)
  • recoverfun iconPortable compact size and weight, Suitable for indoor & outdoor use
  • recoverfun iconEnergy efficient, monthly cost around $10-$22 (at $0.17 per KWh)
  • recoverfun iconGreat value at an affordable price(Under $1,000)compared to similar products
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  • Backed By a 1-Year Warranty
  • 30-day Money Back Guarantee

About Recoverfun Cold Plunge Core

Experience refreshing, revitalizing cold plunges anywhere with the new Recoverfun Cold Plunge Core. This affordable and portable system makes ice baths easy and accessible for cold plunge enthusiasts.

The Recoverfun Cold Plunge Core includes the compact Recoverfun Pod that's easy to set up and take on the go. It seamlessly connects to the Recoverfun Chiller(1/3HP) which quietly and efficiently cools water down to around 41°F (5°C) for as little as $10-$22 per month in electricity costs.

Together, the Pod and Chiller provide the full cold plunge experience for under $1,000 - much less than similar systems costing up to $5,000. The Recoverfun Cold Plunge Core finally makes frequent cold water immersion affordable and convenient for home use or travel.

Reap the rejuvenating benefits of ice baths anytime, anywhere with the new Recoverfun Cold Plunge Core. Boost mood, immunity and recovery without the hassle and cost of traditional cold plunge setups. Take the plunge wherever life takes you!

Cold Plunge(Ice Bath) Benefits

  • Improved circulation - Cold water causes blood vessels to constrict initially, and then dilate rapidly afterwards. This helps pump blood and oxygen throughout the body.
  • Reduced inflammation - Cold water immersion may help reduce inflammation in muscles and joints by constricting blood vessels and flushing waste products. This can help with recovery after intense exercise.
  • Enhanced immunity - Brief cold water exposure activates the sympathetic nervous system. This may give a boost to the immune system.
  • Increased energy - The cold shock of the plunge causes the release of adrenaline and endorphins, which can leave you feeling invigorated. It also causes an increase in noradrenaline which can make you more alert.
  • Improved mood - In addition to the endorphin rush, cold water immersion has been shown to stimulate serotonin and dopamine release in the brain to elevate mood.
  • Increased willpower and resilience - Ability to withstand the extreme cold can build mental toughness and self-discipline.
  • Weight loss - Cold water immersion may help increase metabolism and activate brown fat, which helps burn calories. However, results are modest and temporary.
  • Better sleep - The cooling effects may help lower core body temperature which can prepare the body for restful sleep.

Powerful Features

No Ice Hassles: Eliminates the need for inconvenient and messy ice, simplifying the cold plunge process.

Precision Temperature Control: Chiller precisely cools water down to 41°F (5°C) for ideal cold therapy benefits. (Temperature Slightly varies by climate)

Ultra Portable: Compact size and weight make it easy to use anywhere - both indoor and outdoor.No permanent space needed

Energy Efficient: Runs on minimal electricity, with monthly costs of only $10-$22.

Great Value: An affordable price under $1,000 compared to similar cold plunge products around $4000.

Quiet Operation: Designed to run quietly for disturbance-free use.


Recoverfun Pod
Diameter: 80cm (31.5 inches)
Height: 75cm (29.53 inches)
Capacity:320 liters (84.53 gallons)
Empty: 3.5kg (7.72 pounds)
Full: 320kg (705.48 pounds)
Suitable for heights up to 6'7" (2.01 meters)
1 x Thickened Double pearl cotton
2 x Aluminum foil layers
Rip-stop Polyester fabric strengthened external layer
UV resistant, skin-friendly PVC inner lining

Recoverfun Chiller (1/3HP)
Model: RF-300
Electrical: 110V, 60Hz(Equipped with a dedicated leakage safety switch)
Cooling Capacity: 1/3 HP (280W)
Lowest Temp: ≈ 41°F (5°C) Slightly varies by climate
Cooling Water Volume: ≤80 Gal (300 L)
Continuous Operation: 24/7 Operation Allowed
Net Weight: 31 lbs (14 kg)
Dimensions: 11.4" x 11.4" x 12.6" (290mm x 290mm x 320mm)

What's Included?

Recoverfun Pod includes:

  • 1 x Cold Plunge Pod
  • 1 x Recoverfun Bath Mat
  • 1 x Thermo Lid
  • 1 x All-Weather Cover
  • 6 x Sturdy Support Legs
  • 1 x Hand Pump
  • 1 x Drain Hose
  • 2 x Transparent Repair Patches
  • 2 x Drain Down Taps(for inlet and outlet)
  • 1 x Carry bag
  • 1 x Year Limited Warranty

Recoverfun Chiller includes:

  • 1 x Recoverfun 1/3HP Water Chiller
  • 2 x Hoses with Extra EVA Insulation
  • 5 x Hose Connectors
  • 1 x Water Filter Set (External In & Out)
  • 1 x Water Pump
  • 1 x Power Cord (Equipped with a dedicated leakage safety switch)
  • Complete Set of Essential Accessories
  • User Manual
  • 1-Year Warranty
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Recoverfun Affordable Cold Plunge One-Stop Solution

Enjoy the benefits of cold water immersion without the hassle of preparing ice or finding a place to do it

  • No Ice Needed

  • Precisely Temp Control

  • Portable Compact Size

  • Low-cost, High-efficiency

  • Affordable (Under $1,000)

  • 10 Minutes Setup

recoverfun pod for cold plunge

Recoverfun Pod

The Recoverfun Pod is the ultimate portable and affordable ice bath for cold water therapy. It is made of 6 layers of eco-friendly insulation and can fit one person up to 6'7" (2.01 meters). The pod has drain and fill ports for convenient compatibility with many kinds of cold chillers.

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New Upgraded with a 10mm thick multi-layered insulation

Maximizes Cold Retention

Recoverfun cold plunge pod upgraded with new 10mm multi-layer insulation. Maximizes cold temperature retention time and cooling efficiency. Advanced insulation blocks external heat transfer, keeping water cold longer. Thick insulation layer prevents exterior condensation, helping keep outer walls as dry as possible!

recoverfun chiller for cold plunge

Portable & Affordable Chiller Keeps Water Cold

Recoverfun Chiller

Experience the rejuvenating benefits of cold therapy without the hassle and cost of ice. The RecoverFun Chiller eliminates messy ice bags and expensive installations. Our compact unit cools water down to 41°F (5°C), assuming room temperature is around 77°F (25°C), letting you conveniently enjoy cold immersion at home or on the go.

10 minutes set up

Pre-Assembled Parts and Compact Packaging

10-Minute Set-Up

Our cold plunge therapy system features a lightweight, simplified construction that packs down small. Just unpack, unfold, connect the quick-fit hoses, and fill up in only 10 minutes. Our ultra-portable cold plunge kit lets you rapidly set up refreshing cold plunge therapy anywhere.


Cold Plunge Baths Health Benefits

A quick 5-minute cold plunge is like a 30-minute meditation, completely revitalizing your nervous system. It's a total reboot for both body and mind.

  • Overall Health

    • Pain Relief
    • Enhanced Circulation
    • Increased Metabolism
    • Boosted Immune System
    • Improved Lymphatic Drainage
  • Mental Health

    • Better Sleep
    • Enhanced Focus
    • Stress Reduction
    • Mental Resilience
  • Muscle Recovery

    • Joint Relief
    • Muscle Recovery
    • Reduced Swelling
    • Faster Injury Healin
    • Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness
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Recoverfun Chiller FAQs

Can the chillers be used outdoors, and what precautions should be taken regarding weather conditions?

In general, our chillers can withstand normal drizzle without any issues. However, it's crucial to note that exposure to heavy rain, which leads to significant water immersion, can potentially accelerate the aging of the internal components of the chiller. Although our units are equipped with leakage protection switches for enhanced safety compared to other chillers, we still recommend taking precautions to ensure that the power plug remains dry. Therefore, for added safety, we advise users to provide some form of covering or protection for the chiller when used outdoors during heavy rain to prevent excessive water exposure.

Additionally, prolonged exposure to high temperatures and direct sunlight outdoors can impact the cooling efficiency of the chiller. To maintain optimal performance, it is advisable to consider some shading or covering to protect the unit from extended exposure to scorching sun and high temperatures.

Furthermore, it's essential to avoid using the chiller when the ambient temperature falls below or approaches zero degrees Celsius (32 degrees Fahrenheit), the freezing point of water. Operating the chiller in such conditions can lead to system icing, causing the chiller to malfunction. Therefore, ensure that the ambient temperature remains above the freezing point when using the recoverfun chiller to prevent any issues related to ice formation.

Why my chiller is never cooling down the temp i set?

The chiller has a power saving mode that can cause some confusion. For example,when you set it to 41F, after many hours (sometimes up to 24 hours depending on room temperature), once it reaches 41F it will enter a silent resting mode to conserve energy. In this mode, the water will slowly climb from 41F up to 43F over a few hours before the chiller starts chilling again.So it's possible you missed seeing it reach 41F before it entered the power saving mode.

By default, the chiller has a 3-degree power-saving mode. However, if you wish, you can adjust this to 1 degree to get closer to your desired cooling temperature. Nevertheless, this adjustment may lead to frequent cycling of the chiller, as the narrow temperature difference means it will stop working for only a short period once it reaches the set temperature. In high ambient temperatures, it might rest for just a few minutes before restarting. This frequent on-off cycling not only affects the chiller's lifespan but also increases electricity costs.

After conducting multiple experiments and considering market feedback, we believe that the 3-degree power-saving mode is the most suitable option.

Should I turn off all power when i taking a cold plunge?

The chiller has a built-in leakage protection switch, making it generally safe to keep the power on. And the pump operates on a safe direct current of 48V, so it doesn't necessarily need to be turned off. However, for added safety and peace of mind, it's recommended to turn off the chiller's power when taking a cold plunge. Given that individual sessions are typically short (3 to 10 minutes) and won't significantly impact the water temperature, keeping the chiller off during these brief periods is advisable.

If you want to maintain a stimulating sensation, you can keep the pump running to circulate the water. The flowing water adds to the invigorating experience.

Can i use Chlorine for water clean?

For clean, clear water that is also gentle on your skin, we recommend using non-chlorine based sanitizers and oxidizers. However, standard swimming pool chlorine tablets can also be safely used if desired. The chlorine will not damage the chiller or pod components. While we suggest non-chlorine options for optimum water purity and skin health, chlorine tablets remain compatible with our system.

My Cold Plunge Pump Seems Malfunctional. What Should I Do?

We understand that pump malfunctions can occur in cold plunge systems. To assist you, we've outlined two troubleshooting steps:

Step 1: Check the Pump Adapter

Verify Power Supply:
Ensure the pump adapter is receiving power by checking if the green light on the adapter is illuminated.

Green Light On: The adapter is functional.

Green Light Off: The adapter may be faulty. In this case, please contact us for a replacement under the one-year warranty.

Restart the Pump:

Power off the adapter and then power it back on. This action often restarts the pump and restores the circulation system.

If the pump still fails to operate after these steps, proceed to the next troubleshooting step.

Step 2: Release Internal Air Pressure

Air pressure buildup can occur due to water replacement, system reconnections, or prolonged use leading to filter blockages. This can disrupt the system's circulation. To address this:

Release the internal air pressure to restore normal operation.

For detailed instructions on these steps, please refer to this video: Troubleshooting Cold Plunge Pump Issues.

Step 3: Clean filter & circulatory system
If you find that the pump's water flow is weak, it might be due to a clogged water filter from too much sediment or air pressure inside causing reduced water flow. In this case, you need to turn off all power, disconnect the chiller and the tub, drain the water from the hose, and thoroughly clean the filter's internal mesh. Finally, reconnect everything, power on again, and wait until the circulation system is back. If the circulation does not start, open the air pressure relief valve until water flows coming out from this air pressure valve, then close the valve. The system should now start circulating normally.

Further Assistance
If these steps do not resolve the issue, please provide us with a video documenting the problem with the pump. This will help us diagnose the issue more effectively and offer you a timely solution.

How to clean my cold plunge tub system?

Part 1: Clean Tub
Draining the dirty water from the tub and thoroughly clean the entire tub using disinfectant or a cleaning solution.

Part 2: Flush Out Hoses
Prepare a basin/small container with a small amount of clean water. Add some disinfectant or a solution to dissolve dirt into the water.Start the pump without activating the chiller. This will initiate circulation throughout the entire water system. Allow it to circulate for approximately half an hour.

Replace the water with fresh clean water and continue circulating for another 15-20 minutes.

If necessary, repeat the process with a final round of clean water and continue circulating for a period of time.

In summary, this cleaning method effectively utilizes a small quantity of water combined with disinfectant to remove any contaminants from the system through continuous circulation.

How long does Recoverfun Chiller initially cool down water, and how to speed up the process?

It will take 10-15 hours for the water temperature to decrease from 25°C (77°F) to 10°C (50°F). The exact time depends on weather conditions. Once the temperature reaches 10°C (50°F), the chiller will keep it stable. The long initial cool down is only needed the first time. After that, the water stays cold and the chiller maintains the temperature. You only have to wait during the initial cool down period.

If you want to accelerate the initial cool down to your desired temperature, you can add some ice cubes to speed up the cooling. After the first time, the Recoverfun chiller will handle maintaining the
cold temperature.

I've noticed water at the bottom of my Recoverfun Cold Plunge Chiller. Is this normal, or is there a leakage issue? Will it affect the chiller's performance?

It's entirely normal to observe water at the bottom of the chiller unit. This happens due to condensation forming on the compressor walls during the chiller's operation. The temperature difference during compression causes water droplets to form on the compressor walls. When the accumulation reaches a certain point, it may result in water flowing out of the chiller unit. Importantly, this is not indicative of any water leaks from the connections inside. The water droplets are minimal and do not adversely affect the chiller's performance.

Certainly, if you have placed your cold plunge system indoors and find the water traces inconvenient, we recommend placing a dry towel at the bottom of the chiller to absorb any excess water. However, if the unit is placed outdoors, the minimal water traces are generally not a cause for concern.

What is the chiller's noise emission level?

The water chiller operates very silently at approximately 35-45 decibels, comparable to a refrigerator.

Is it advisable to utilize the Recoverfun Cold Plunge Tub in environments where the temperature falls below 32°F (0°C)?

It is not advisable to use the Recoverfun Cold Plunge Tub in environments where the temperature falls below 32°F (0°C). While the tub can withstand a range of temperatures, its primary function is to provide cold plunge therapy within a specific temperature range, ideally around 41°F (5°C) for optimal therapy sessions.

Operating the tub in freezing conditions poses a risk of water freezing, potentially damaging the equipment and compromising its functionality, despite the chiller being adjustable to a minimum of 32°F (0°C). To ensure the longevity and optimal performance of your Recoverfun Cold Plunge Tub, it is recommended to set it up in a controlled indoor environment where the ambient temperature remains above freezing at all times.

Will the chiller increase my electricity expenses?

Do not worry, the chiller will not significantly increase your electricity bill. Its power consumption is quite low, only 280 watts, similar to an average household refrigerator. For example, with room temperature at 77°F (25°C) and the chiller water set to 45°F (7°C), it will use around 1.5-2.0 kWh per day (24 hours). Considering the average electricity rate in the US is $0.25 per kWh, operating the Recoverfun Chiller continuously would cost approximately $0.50 per day or $10-$22 per month for electricity. Its efficient design ensures chilling water does not come at a high energy cost.

How much will the chiller reduce my ice expenditures?

Presuming 3 weekly ice baths requiring 10-20lbs of ice, return on investment for the chiller occurs within 6–9 months, rendering it a prudent financial and temporal investment for habitual cold plunges.

What is the recommended water filter cleaning frequency?

We counsel sanitizing the affiliated water filter weekly. Simply extract and rinse it with a brush under running water.

Will salt compromise the chiller?

Negative, the titanium piping renders it compatible with saline seawater.

Is the chiller accompanied by a warranty?

Affirmative, the Recoverfun Water Chiller includes a 1-year warranty effective from the date of purchase.

Recoverfun Pod FAQs

Can i use small chlorine tablets to keep water clean for my cold plunge system?

Yes, you can use small chlorine tablets to help keep water clean in a cold plunge system. Use chlorine tablets made specifically for pools/spas - these are formulated to dissolve slowly and sanitize the water. Household bleach or non-approved tablets may not work as well.

Can I utilize an outdoor cold plunge bath?

Yes, you can use an outdoor cold plunge bath, but it is important to protect the pod from weather elements.

What is the recommended water temperature for a cold plunge bath?

The recommended water temperature for a cold plunge bath typically ranges from 46-60°F (8-15°C).

Is the pod supposed to be sweating?

The pod should not typically sweat at normal room temperatures around 80F when the cold plunge is set to 50F. However, some condensation can occur when there is a big difference between the ambient temperature and water temperature, like on a very hot day over 95F with the water set very low at 41F or cooler. We are working to improve the pod's insulation to reduce condensation, but some sweating may be unavoidable in extreme temperature conditions.

Does it come with a lid?

Yes, it does! The Recoverfun Pod includes a Thermo lid, and an all weather cover.

How easy is it to fill up?

Topping up the bath is incredibly simple! One need only make use of a hose, pail or vessel to pour in ambient temperature water. Upon reaching roughly 65 percent full (in the ballpark of 200 liters, as our tub walls feature fill limit markers, considering the notable volume displaced when submerged, we recommend capping at 200 liters), you will be prepared for your inaugural dip!

How does the Recoverfun pod maintain low water temperatures?

The Recoverfun pod is upgraded with 4 thermal-insulated TPE layers and 2 aluminum foil layers, creating a total insulation thickness of approximately 10mm. It also comes equipped with a matching 10mm thick Thermo lid and an all-weather waterproof and sunproof cover.

The multiple insulation layers work together to provide excellent thermal protection, retaining cold temperatures even in hot ambient conditions. The thick TPE and aluminum materials create an effective barrier that prevents heat transfer into the water. Meanwhile, the insulated lid seals in the cold air at the water's surface. With the added outdoor cover, the pod is able to maintain optimal ice bath temperatures for extended periods of time.

How should I maintain my cold plunge bath?

Maintaining your cold plunge bath in a clean and well-kept condition is essential to ensure an optimal experience and prevent the growth of harmful bacteria. Regular cleaning and proper storage can help prolong the lifespan of your tub.

How long should I stay in the cold plunge bath?

The length of time you should stay in the cold plunge bath will depend on your individual tolerance. It is recommended to start with short durations (1-3 minutes) and gradually increase as your body becomes accustomed to the therapy.

How do I keep the water clean?

Always keep the lid on when not in use, to help prevent any debris falling in! We recommend changing the water once per week without any additives. When you drain the water from your Pod, to extend the life of your next fill, we recommend washing the inside surfaces with warm soapy water.

I am very tall, will I fit in the ice bath?

We've designed our bath to fit all sizes up to 2.0m tall (6'7"), whilst minimizing water and cooling requirements.

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Michael Stewart
So far so good

I have had it for almost a month and it’s been sweet, customer service answered every question I’ve had so far very quickly. I definitely recommend getting it, it’s easy to put together. There has been a leak from a hose on top of the chiller but it went away for some reason.

Tyler Gacek


Joshua Otting

Luv my cold plunge in the mornings.