Getting a sun-kissed look without actually being touched by a single ray of sun isn’t out of your reach any more, with all the tanning devices and salons out there. One of the natural effects of the sun on our bodies is the tanning process. Ultraviolet light from the sun stimulates the melanin in your skin, causing the pigment to darken, thus producing that "tan" appearance. However, this appearance can also be obtained via sun beds and various tanning devices.
Although tanning beds were initially brought to America by Friedrich Wolff in 1978, he soon patented his particular blend of phosphors (since expired) and began licensing the technology to other companies. Wolff Systems has since devoted all their resources into lamp technology and development. Since then, the Wolff tanning devices have inspired trust to their users, offering extremely efficient results.
Their high-performance tanning units are specifically manufactured to simulate the sun's natural tanning process while allowing users to relax in a clean, comfortable, and convenient environment, no matter whether they are tanning beds or booths.
The Sundome 548V tanning booth is specially shaped to place the user at the center of the tanning intensity, so that, no matter where they stand inside the booth, they are being evenly showered with bronzing, all-over tanning power. The unique design creates a chimney-like effect, pulling air through the unit to create a cool, comfortable tanning environment.
Its stand-up design is perfect if you have limited space, and you will love the quick, 10-minute, no contact tanning sessions. The heavy-duty extruded aluminum and steel mainframe with durable, long-lasting DuraMax 2000 exterior guarantees it a long life, while the panels are easily removed from the inside, so you have immediate access to the booth's internal components without having to move it.
Nevertheless, you'll have to pay for the comfort of the Sundome's tanning, as the booth comes with a $9, 300 price tag.