Sleep Cloud

A$ 6,990.00 AUD
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Sleep Cloud has redefined the sleeping at altitude space, quiet, attractive and efficient.

Sleeping at altitude allows the body to produce a higher red blood cell count, thus boosting oxygen enriched blood, which leads to increased physical performance.

Evidence suggests that the Live High / Train Low method, can enhance the performance of an athlete to a greater extent than training methods using the Live High / Train High method. 

Generally, living and training at altitude does not allow the athlete to train at intensity, so an athletes workout can be compromised due to the lower levels of oxygen found when training at altitude. The most effective solution is therefore to sleep at altitude, and then train at sea level.

With the Box Altitude Sleep Cloud you are sleeping at altitude every night you go to bed, whilst maintaining all the benefits of training at low altitude.

Simply dial in the altitude you wish to sleep at, and the system will maintain the set altitude all night. 

The tent is spacious so there is no feeling of claustrophobia, nor does your body temperature increase significantly due to both our spacious sleeping environment and the fact that you can slowly control you accent to altitude and minimise sleep disruption. 

Your time spent at altitude, allows your body to recover, primed for the best performance the next day, and the day after that.

Sleep Cloud System components

  • Sleep Cloud King (2.35m long x 2.35m wide x 1.95m high) or Queen (2.15m long x 1.95m wide x 1.95m high) sized four poster tent
  • F10 or F20 Altitude Generator®
  • Box Altitude Sensor®
  • Box Altitude App® for iOS (Android coming soon)

System Notes

  • F10, approximate time for system to reach 2,500 metres (8,202ft) altitude = 1.5 hours
  • F20, approximate time for system to reach 2,500 metres (8,202ft) altitude = 45 minutes
  • Box Altitude systems are capable of reaching altitudes of 3,000 metres (9,842ft) with the F10 and 4,000 metres (13,123ft) with the F20 Altitude Generator
  • Sleeping and training at altitudes of 2,500 metres (8,202ft) is deemed most beneficial to performance gains, whilst maintaining the ability to add subsequent training load.