FAQs

When should I use the Icebolt Recovery bath?

For recovery from exercise, for health benefits, for coping with stress and improving your mood, Icebolt Recovery can be used at any time. 

How cold should the Icebolt Recovery bath be?

The water should be between 10-15 degrees Celsius. We recommend a 3:1 water to ice ratio, however, if you do not have access to ice, depending on climate you may find that the cold water that runs from your mains supply is cool enough in the winter.

How long should I spend in the Icebolt Recovery bath?

Research has shown that the most effective amount of time is from 10 - 15 minutes. When using the Icebolt Recovery bath for the first time, it may be best to start off with a few minutes and gradually build each time. It is not recommended to exceed 15 minutes. The best indication is by checking the temperature of the water and going by the 1 degree = 1 minute rule. 

What should I do whilst I am in the Icebolt Recovery bath?

Relax. This may seem a little hard to do at first, but the key is to focus on your breathing. Deep breaths in through the nose and out through the mouth to allow more oxygen to flow into the lungs and around the body.

Are Icebolt Recovery baths safe?

We recommend using the Icebolt Recovery bath when you have someone nearby, especially if it is your first time. It is important to consult with your doctor prior to using the Icebolt Recovery bath, especially if you suffer high blood pressure or cardiovascular disease. We recommend that you do not sit in the bath for more than 15 minutes at a time. Also, ensure that you do not leave children unsupervised by the Icebolt Recovery bath. This product is not designed for children under the age of 12.

 

WARNING

Children have drowned in portable swimming pools.

Ensure active adult supervision at all times. Do not leave children unsupervised in or around the pool—keep them within arm's reach.

Pool fencing laws apply to this pool. Consult your local government authority for fencing requirements.

Pool owners, parents and carers need to be aware of the potential for drowning even in shallow water. You should always supervise children when they are using these products.

Ensure that the water is kept pure. Water left in inflatable pools for periods of time can become contaminated and cause illness.

Empty the pool and store it safely (away from young children) when it is not in use.

Pool fencing laws affect this product. Before you buy this pool you should consult your local council.