Lotus and Coast are both ‘Inspired by Nature’—drawing respectively from the elegance of the blossoming lotus flower, and the natural beauty of where land and ocean come together.
On first glance it may be hard to tell the difference between them—though when it comes to the finer details, there are a few key design features which set Lotus and Coast apart.
– Coast domes are made with a slightly softer overall material grade than Lotus domes
– The large Lotus domes have angular nodules, while the large Coast domes have rounded nodules
– Lotus and Coast each offer their own unique feel and aesthetic, thanks to the distinctive nature-inspired nodules, surface profiles, contours, and colourways
– Thanks to the above design features, Lotus and Coast each provide subtly different sensory input, fascial grip, and treatment focus to the skin, fascia, and muscles
Distinctive nodules, contours, and textures
Lotus | a closer look
Coast | a closer look
Coast domes are slightly softer than Lotus domes
While both Coast and Lotus allow you to vary the firmness by adding or removing inner domes, Coast domes are made with a slightly softer material grade than Lotus domes, known as the ‘Shore hardness’.