Call us directly: 928.341.4700
Yuma, Arizona View on Map
Open Sun 1050 High Pressure (Level 5)

Open Sun 1050 Level 5

Open Sun 1050

Open Sun 1050 makes a statement with 30 high-pressure units perfectly aligned along the canopy and base. With its superior glass reflector technology and filter glass expertise, this Ergoline flagship demonstrates to the most discerning tanners how powerful, yet at the same time cool and airy, high-pressure tanning can be. Comfort features like the Multi Relax acryl…ic, a Stereo Sound package with external MP3 player connection and powerful Fan Cooling Plus make the tanning session fly by. The Open Sun 1050’s massive power and features are controlled by a panel with 32-field LED display. All operating controls are within easy reach of the tanning client and are marked with simple picture icons.

TANNING TECHNOLOGY & UV LAMPS

  • 12 Minute Maximum Exposure Schedule
  • 3 x 640-Watt Ultra Performance Facial Tanners with Glass Reflector System
  • 27 X 580-Watt VIT Max High-Pressure Body Units
  • Facial Tanner Output Adjustment: 2 Settings (High / Low)
  • Multi Relax Acrylic
  • Headphone Connection Socket
  • Channel Selector
  • Volume Control
  • Stereo Sound with MP3 Player Connection
  • Fan Cooling Plus 2-System Body Ventilation and Additional Face Ventilation Separately Adjustable in 9 Steps
  • Free Lotion Locker

Pricing

A comparative pricing against our other similar plans. Price is per number of sessions, redeemable at any time. Club Elite is an unlimited automatic monthly subscription plan.

Tanning Level 1 5 10 15 20 Unlimited Club Elite
Level 1 $10 $8ea $7ea $6ea $5ea $50 $24.95
Level 2 $12 $10ea $8ea $7ea $6ea $55 $29.95
Level 3 $17 $15ea $14ea $12ea $10ea $65 $39.95
Level 4 $23 $20ea $18ea $16ea $14ea $105 $59.95
Level 5 $30 $27ea $25ea $23ea $20ea $155 $79.95
Beauty Angel $15 $13ea $10ea $9ea $8ea $60 $35.95

* prices per session, and are subject to change

What Is High Intensity Tanning? (click to open)

High intensity tanning beds allow you to tan faster and darker, which is said to reduce the possibility of a sunburn. Often referred to has high pressure tanning, many salons allow their intermediate or advanced tanners to “graduate” to this higher pressure after having first started out on the low-pressure beds.

High intensity beds work just as their low intensity counterparts — by using UV lights to stimulate the melanin in our skin, causing a tanning reaction. They are not only just as safe as low-pressure, but because they take less time, they actually result in less exposure and are better for your skin, all while often delivering greater results.

Advantages of High-Intensity Tanning (click to open)

One of the best things about high-intensity tanning beds is that they use lights designed to filter out most UVB light, letting in just enough to get the tanning job done. The result is a greater ratio of UVA light, a better tan and decreased risk of negative skin reactions.

By contrast, low pressure beds use more UVB rays, which makes them more dangerous in the long run. The most important part of a tan is that you look like you have sexy skin … this method makes that a reality.

Time Is of the Essence (click to open)

One of the reasons people love high intensity tanning is the element of time.

While a low-pressure tanning bed requires up to 15 sessions to create a base tan, and then 2 sessions a week to maintain it, high-pressure tanning can get you that base tan in around five sessions. Then you need to visit to maintain it about every other week. That’s roughly a quarter of the time — a huge savings of time and money.

The reason behind this is that there is less UVB light used, which allows your skin to stay moisturized and your tan to last longer.

A Little High, A Little Low (click to open)

When people hear all the benefits of high pressure tanning — faster, deeper tan, less maintenance required — they may wonder why anyone at all does low-pressure anymore.

The truth is, both have their place in a healthy tanning regime. High pressure beds use UV wavelengths of greater than 315 mn — there is little or no Vitamin D by wavelengths at this level. Since this is an extremely important vitamin, it’s a good idea to switch off between low and high pressure tanning.

This method allows the best of both worlds — you get your dark, deep tan, and yet achieve the benefits of each lamp type.

Better By Design (click to open)

High intensity tanning beds take advantage of a 360-degree shape. This is radical and unlike conventional beds, and using this scientifically configured angle, the lamps will be able to give your body an unparalleled even fully body tan.

This holds true with canopy or stand-up style high pressure beds, and is another reason this type of tanning is seen as attractive to many tanners and businesses.

High Pressure Tanning is Better for Your Skin (click to open)

The reasons that high pressure tanning is better for tanning are the same as the reasons it’s better for your skin.

Low intensity tanning uses more UVB rays, and that helps to create a skin reaction that causes a tan. There is shedding when the skin dries out and this causes the loss of a tan. This is why low pressure tanning requires more frequent visits, but it is also why traditional tanning bed users are more likely to end up with reactive, dry, flaky skin.

High pressure beds do not create this problem, and thus they create a best of both worlds reality — deep, long lasting tans, and still-beautiful skin beneath.

 

LocalHours

PEAK SEASON
(Feb 1st – May 31st)
Mon-Fri: 7:30am-9:00pm
Sat: 9am-6pm
Sun: 10am-4pm


REGULAR SEASON
(June 1st – Jan 31st)
Mon-Fri: 7:30am-9:00pm
Sat: 10am-5pm
Sun: 11am-4pm

Easily FIND US ON: