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January 20, 2018

Personal Sauna


From the website:



This dry sauna for one person uses patented infrared technology to warm the body while occupying less space than a standard chaise lounge.

The sauna generates gentle far-infrared rays that penetrate tissue up to 2" deep to boost circulation, help alleviate pain, and flush out toxins through perspiration.


Unlike a traditional steam sauna that encompasses one in a humid blanket of hot moisture and limits sessions to a short duration of time, this unit uses six flat carbon heaters (below)


to provide adjustable dry heat, allowing one to enjoy a longer and more therapeutic sauna experience.

Made from natural hemlock fir wood, the sauna's unique design enables one to keep the head and upper torso cool while heaters target the lower back, legs, knees, and feet.

An exterior touch-sensitive control panel adjusts the temperature from 86°F to 140°F in 1° increments, and determines the time of sessions — 5 to 60 minutes.

Six-foot cord plugs into AC.

43"L x 30"W x 24"D.

Weighs 160 lbs.



January 20, 2018 at 08:01 AM | Permalink


That can almost be replicated with a trustworthy space heater under a desk and another space heater aimed at the back of the desk chair. Voila!

Posted by: Kay Wimman | Jan 23, 2018 9:55:42 PM

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