Utah Man Creates Float Tank That Costs 1/3 as Much as the Competition

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 Utah) - Floating has been taking off in recent years, but fans had only two painful choices: pay at least $4,500 for an at-home tank, or drive to a float center and pay $50 an hour or more.

Now, with Zen Float Company, float enthusiasts can float at home for less than they'd pay a float center, and with total privacy.

Unlike many Kickstarter projects, Zen Float has been refreshingly prudent in launching their campaign, waiting until they had a perfectly-working prototype to launch. Because they have gone through such a rigorous testing period, as soon as funding is complete, manufacturing will be triggered on the first run, and they will be delivered this summer.

Zen Float Co is based out of Salt Lake City, Utah, and it's run by a trio of float enthusiasts and manufacturing experts. William Hill handles production for a number of other product lines, which are similarly sized and priced, and sell extremely well. Brothers Shane and Sean Stott run a family business that has enjoyed an excellent reputation for decades, and are hopeful that Kickstarter will make this first product run possible.

If you'd like to learn more, please visit: Zen Floats Co. Campaign on Kickstarter.

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