Sunlighten Infrared Sauna Review – EMF Levels – M Pulse VS Signature – Max Detox Potential

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This won’t be like the other Sunlighten infrared sauna reviews you see online, in fact, I don’t think anyone has been in as many saunas as I have now, and personally tested them with a real set of EMF meters. (and no, I’m not talking about people running with Trifield meters from sauna groups, proclaiming some to be “low emf” when in fact, it’s ultra high!!). I’ve been paying to use a Sunlighten M Pulse at a local health spa, and started making review videos and testing the sauna out to see how it compares to other brands I have access to. I don’t think Sunlighten intended on the M Pulse being a low emf sauna, but after becoming aware of just how high some of these infrared sauna emf levels are that are imported from China (see my Dynamic sauna review for levels over 60 milliguass!!!), I thought it was important to go back and start testing all the ones I had used thus far.

I haven’t posted the review videos yet of the Sunlighten, because I would also rather compare an apples to apples version like the low emf Signature line. If there is anything you want me to include in my review videos, comment at the end of this article and let me know exactly what you’d like to see before I shoot the last few!

I like the fact that Dr. Klinghardt endorses Sunlighten, and he has extensive research on how emf’s affect the body when trying to heal or maintain good health. I feel confident that he wouldn’t be recommending a product or a company that would in any way harm people, given the amount of effort he has put into his practice and researching different non native emf sources.

However, I don’t imagine he is able to spend the time that would be required to maintain a list of every new sauna model that comes out from every company each year. Point being, I doubt he recommends people hop in an M Pulse, whether it’s full spectrum near infrared led’s or not. Which is why I started testing them! I wanted to know for myself whether or not something was truly low emf, but sadly, I don’t currently have access to a Sunlighten Signature Model at this time.


Are Sunlighten Infrared Saunas Any Good?

Of all the saunas I’ve personally tried, Sunlighten has one of the best sauna cabinets and they are incredibly well made. The build quality and lumber used, is light years ahead of the cheap thin plywood cabinetry like you find on the China imported JNH Lifestyles saunas… they look like they were built with scrap wood, although you can’t tell this, since the pictures in the Amazon listing are 3d mockups generated from autocad, and you don’t realize it until after you buy it.

Sunlighten is nothing like that, and they use high quality materials that are built to last. From the second you tug on the glass door to enter, to using the slider on the roof vent, it’s abundantly clear this isn’t some cheap sauna from Costco like the Dynamic sauna I bought.


Sunlighten Complaints

Let’s address the elephant in the room head on… We see tons and tons of bullshit complaints on Rip Off Report, forums, and sauna groups, that often make it hard to discern between a legitimate complaint, and one from a competitor trying to make a dent in a more successful company.

Sunlighten being one the nations largest sauna companies, is bound to have a mishap here or there, just like we all do. We’ve got people running around sauna groups with Trifield meters, and absolutely no clue how to use them. This is evident on the daily in Breet Bouer’s sauna detox group, where Sunlighten is regularly bashed to hell and back, and “Clearlight” is the only sauna on the planet that ever possibly do you any good. (/end chuckle)

I don’t know about you, but any time someone tells me there is only one way to do something, alarm bells start going off. We see evidence every single day of people making things work in business, sports, and in life, in their own unique way. I’m immediately skeptical anytime someone tells me there is only **ONE** brand, product, ways, service, etc… to do something. There are always good options in life, and I think Sunlighten is going to be one of them.

I also think a lot of the complaints stem from M Pulse expectations, and some confusion between ultra low emf saunas, and high powered far infrared emissivity. As I mentioned, I have tested s Sunlighten M Pulse, and look forward to adding the Sunlighten Signature Model to the lineup for a true comparison.


Bogus Sunlighten Sauna EMF Reviews

One of the things that irks me, and consequently one of the very points that made me start testing saunas, are ridiculous “EMF Ratings” put out by people who have no idea what they’re talking about.

Now I don’t claim to be a sauna expert, an electrical engineer, or anything for that matter. I’m just a regular guy who was suffering from chronic sinus infections, fatigue, brain fog, and anxiety and have been searching for solutions. Once I realized heavy metal poisoning from the mercury amalgams I had can cause a lot of that, detox options led me to infrared saunas… since they’re one of the safest, least taxing ways to detox heavy metals without stressing the organs with chelation.

So why do EMF’s matter, and why am I so skeptical of all these idiots running around with Trifield meters doing sauna “reviews on emf levels.” Well, after I bought a Trifield, I could immediately tell it wasn’t the most calibrated tool I’d ever used, nor did it seem like you could stop it from being influenced by dirty electricity. The way it’s designed, just makes it unreliable for establishing exact EMF measurements, and you really need multiple meters to get a quality average reading.

Point being, I will now be testing these saunas myself, since after asking just a single question or two to the people who posted their “review videos” of the emf levels in their Sunlighten, they responded with: “my sunlighten read 7mg, which is higher than the 2mg safety limit, but I think if someone can tell me how to turn the Bluetooth off it would be lower.”

Hehe, for starters I knew they were full of shit simply based off of the fact that Bluetooth doesn’t impact magnetic fields, in any possible way. You also can’t shield magnetic fields like you can RF radiation, which on the contrary, is quite easy to shield.

And this isn’t the first time someone from one of these sauna groups has no idea what they’re talking about when it comes to EMF’s. Hell, even I misspeak, and confuse ELF measurements with VLF measurements sometimes when I’m trying to hold the camera, meters, and navigate inside the sauna. But in my case, at least you can physically see the meters, the settings, and know for yourself what the truth is even if I say the wrong thing but you see the right data on the screen!

Stay tuned for the EMF meter videos I have coming for YouTube as well… It should help anyone looking to buy one for their sauna testing much much easier. You should also know, that my EMF testing includes 4 emf meters minimum, so we can take an average of all, to get a better sense of what’s actually happening inside the sauna. No shaky cell phone videos, no false marketing claims by shady sauna companies importing from China with “zero emf” nonsense, etc…


My Sunlighten Infrared Sauna Review & EMF Test Comparison (from an actual user, not a malicious competitor posting false allegations!)


Sunlighten Price List


Why I’m An Affiliate For Sunlighten And Recommend Their Saunas


Sunlighten M Pulse EMF Levels


Sunlighten Signature (low emf) Ratings


How To Choose Which Sunlighten Model Is Right For You (and which accessories/upgrades you should consider)


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