Q. How long is a Vitality Booth session?
A. 20-minutes is the recommended session time.
Q. Do I need to wear eye protection?
A. We recommend that you do and can provide them for each session.
Q. Can I use my phone, headphones or ear buds in a Vitality Booth?
Q. How many sessions a week are recommended?
A. Initially we recommend 3-5 sessions per week for the first month or two, and then you can maintain with 2-3 sessions per week.
Q. Can people use a Vitality Booth everyday?
Q. Is the optional oxygen component inside a Vitality Booth similar to a hyperbaric chamber?
A. No. The Vitality Booth is not pressurized.
Q. How long does it take to assemble a Vitality Booth?
A. Two people can assemble a Vitality Booth in about 2-hours or less. If you go to the video page of our web site at the bottom you will see assembly video instructions for all sizes of Vitality Booths. Click here to view videos.
Q. Are the graphic wrap files provided?
A. Yes, we can supply graphic wrap files at no additional cost but they will need to be installed by a local graphic company at the buyers expense.
Q. How often does the halo generator need to be cleaned?
A. We recommend the halo generator is cleaned 1x per day.
Q. Can someone be in the Vitality Booth when blue light UV sanitizer is in use?
A. No. This will harm eyes and skin. No one can be inside the Vitality Booth when the blue light UV sanitizer is turned on.
Q. Does exercise equipment need to be used with a Vitality Booth?
A. No. Chairs or stools can be used if exercise equipment is not desired.
Q. Can Vitality Booths be easily moved once assembled?
A. Each Vitality Booth weighs 100's of pounds and they are not easy to move once assembled.
Q. Is the halo generator warrantied?
A. Yes. There is a lifetime warranty on the halo generator.
Q. Where can medical grade salt for the halo generator be ordered?
A. We recommend ordering the medical grade salt from Himalayan Source. The pure pharma salt can be ordered at this link and if you enter the coupon code GHS at checkout you will get a discount. 7 lbs should last around 7 months, 20 lbs around 18 months for each Vitality Booth.
Q. How does the halo generator work?
A. You can go to our video page on our web site and you will see a video on how to operate the halo generator that comes with every Vitality Booth at the bottom of the video page. Click here to access the video page.
Q. Is the Vitality Booth structure guaranteed?
A. Yes, the Vitality Booth structure (glass, hinges, floor, ceiling, door, etc., is guaranteed for 5-years.
Q. Are the red light panels F.D.A. approved?
A. The red light panels are rated as Class 2 medical devices by the F.D.A.
Q. What is the LED bulb rating on the red lights?
A. The red light LED's are rated for 50,000 hours of use. This is about 17 years if they are used 8 hours per day. The panels are guaranteed for 3-years.
Q. How long does it take to get a Vitality Booth once ordered?
A. Current delivery time is 8-10 weeks.
Q. Does the Vitality Booth come with salt?
A. Customers need to order their own salt and it is inexpensive. 7 pounds should last 4-6 months. It can be ordered here.
Q. What are the shipping costs?
A. Shipping depends on location. We do ship internationally. For North American deliveries current shipping costs are about $1,500 to $2,500 per unit.
Q. Can a Vitality Booth be purchased for home use?
Q. Is there training available on how to use a Vitality Booth?
A. Yes. We offer online video information as well as a free online certification course at VitalityBoothCertification.com
Q. What are the electrical requirements for a Vitality Booth?
A. Each Vitality Booth plugs into a standard 120V wall outlet. A dedicated 20 amp circuit is recommended for small, medium and large units. A 30 amp circuit is required for the XL Vitality Booth.
Q. Can exercise equipment be put into the booths and taken out of the booths at anytime?
A. Spin bikes can be put in Vitality Booths and taken out of Vitality Booths after the booths are assembled. Larger pieces of equipment should be put inside the booth before the walls are assembled and would need to remain in the Vitality Booth after assembly.
Q. What are the interior dimensions of each Vitality Booth Model?
A. XL 97" x 84.5" x 80" tall. LG 41.5" x 73.2" x 80" tall. MD 41.5" x 57.4" x 80"tall. SM 43.7" x 29.5" x 80" tall.
Q. Do Vitality Booths come with seating?
A. The small unit comes with one swivel medical grade stool. The medium comes with two swivel medical grade stools. The large and XL units do not come with stools as owners can decide what they want to use the booths for on an individual basis (add seating, add exercise equipment, add massage tables, etc.).
Q. Does the Vitality Booth XL come with a floor?
A. Unlike the small, medium and large Vitality Booths the Vitality Booth XL does not come with an integrated floor. The reason is that this size booth is most often used by professional or collegiate athletic groups, or large scale fitness centers or wellness centers, where the customer will want to add heavy workout equipment or specialized equipment inside the Vitality Booth. As such the customer can choose to add rubber mats or other type of flooring as they see fit.
Q. Is the Vitality Booth a proprietary system?
A. Yes. The Vitality Booth has pending U.S. patents filed with USPTO.
Q. Do you offer any booking software options for Vitality Booth purchasers or Vitality Booth Wellness Centers?
A. Yes, through our partnership with Zenoti we can offer customizable branded booking software at discounted rates from Zenoti. Our booking software has been specifically created for Vitality Booth owners. Click here to learn more.
Q. If the optional oxygen concentrator is ordered how does that integrate with the Vitality Booth?
A. Due to supply and demand if you order the oxygen concentrator option we will send you a medical grade oxygen concentrator based on what is currently available. All oxygen concentrators world wide use the same connection hose. All Vitality Booths come with a connection nozzle that you use to attach the oxygen hose to the Vitality Booth. You then follow the directions to turn on the oxygen machine and it will pump oxygen through the hose and into the Vitality Booth. The oxygen concentrator is a separate machine that will weigh up to 30 pounds.
Q. How does the Vitality Booth blue tooth speaker system connect to a device?
A. When searching for a blue tooth connection you will see a device that starts with the letter B. That is the Vitality Booth. When prompted enter the code 0000. That device will then be hooked up. Note the volume on the device will control to volume on the speakers.
Q. Is the Vitality Booth a medical device?
A. No. The Vitality Booth is not classified as a medical device. The red light panels used inside Vitality Booths are registered as a Class 2 Medical Device by the FDA as noted at this link.
Q. Is there a video showing the various components of the Vitality Booth and how it works?
A. Yes. Here is the link.
Q. Is there a video on how to operate a Vitality Booth?
A. Yes. Here is the link.
Q. Do you need a doctor to approve use of a Vitality Booth?
A. Doctor approval is not required but like any form of exercise, therapy or wellness session it is advised to get prior approval from your physician.
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Disclaimer: The statements on this website have not been evaluated by the FDA. The information provided on this site is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease and should not be construed as medical advice. Salt Athletics and the Vitality Booth combines general wellness / fitness products that do not require FDA clearance, in accordance with the “General Wellness: Policy on Low Risk Devices” draft released January 20, 2015
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