Chill Tubs are suitable for most people, most of the time, however we recommend to take a cautious approach and we would advise that people with reduced mobility, sensory, and/or cognitive abilities only use the Chill Tub if supervised and only if they have the knowledge necessary to use the equipment safely, as well as to understand the dangers arising from improper use.
Tolerance to cold water varies from person to person and we recommend being mindful of gradually building up the duration of use with the Chill Tub and be cautious when using it alone.
Children must be supervised near the Chill Tub to make sure they do not play with the equipment and do not carry out operations to be performed by adults (cleaning cycles/maintenance). Always attach the cover when not in use. Small children are not advised to use the Chill Tub.
Pregnant women should talk to a doctor first, low temperatures are not advised. Anybody under medical care, such as people with heart conditions, diabetes, high or low blood pressure or other health problems must not use the Chill Tub without first consulting their doctor. People with infectious diseases should not use the Chill Tub without first consulting their doctor.