High Tech Health Infrared Sauna Review

I’m super excited about this infrared sauna review from High Tech Health. There was a local spa here in the Central Florida area that had one, so I didn’t have to buy a unit just to test it out like the others. (for my other infrared sauna comparisons, check out the JNH Lifestyles review, Dynamic review, Sunlighten review, & Clearlight review…)  I love the idea of ceramic heaters with that penetrating far infrared healing potential, but without the super high emf’s like I’m finding in a lot of these saunas. I’m pumped that this might just be something unique, compared to all the carbon powered infrared saunas I’ve tried thus far.

Check back to this blog post, and I’ll embed the YouTube videos as soon as I get them uploaded!

My High Tech Health Sauna Review

EMF Ratings


Time To Sweat / Preheat Test


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  1. Hi Matt,

    Can’t wait to receive your review on the High Tech Health sauna! Do you know when it will be coming out?

    • Hi Kate,

      I’m about a month and a half to two months out on the HTH it’s looking like. I have 3 saunas on the list in front of them, and there was some nonsense going on on YouTube from a High Tech Health rep named Renee that kind of rubbed me the wrong way… so I don’t know if I’m going to buy one or not. (already spent $8k last week on two other saunas, so I’m cut off on purchasing for this month at least)

      However, they do have one here in Central Florida somewhere, even though that rep who was copying and pasting all over YouTube didn’t give me the location. I’m still going to find out where it’s located, and go try it out. From what I understand, it’s not one of the latest and greatest newer models, but it will still give me a good idea of what kind of heat their ceramic heaters deliver, which I’m very interested in.

      That said, after quite a few setbacks, this week I have the Therasauna, Radiant, and (hopefully!) Evolve 360 all being recorded at the same time. So long as this new shipment isn’t damaged too bad, we’re rocking and rolling starting tomorrow…

  2. Ok, thanks for the update. I know there’s one at Alchemy spa in Jupiter, FL, though that may be a little far from you. Thanks much for your efforts and reviews!

  3. Hi, have you had a chance to review the High Tech Health sauna yet? I’m interested in your review as I was thinking of purchasing one. I haven’t been able to find any reviews online. Thanks!

    • Alana Harder on

      I have had a High Tech Health sauna for 8 years, and I have loved it. But, since I have never seen it even mentioned at all as one of the top rated ones, I wonder why they never get noticed in consumer ratings. I did a lot of research at the time, and they convinced me that they had really low EMF and the beast heaters etc, and were in cancer clinics around the country, but I have never really known for sure. They did neglect to replace a cosmetic part for me, and I was a bit disappointed about that. But, if you find out more about their product quality than I know, please let me know . I have enjoyed it for 8 years, but I would replace it in a heartbeat if I thought that it wasn’t delivering as well as some others out there.

  4. Hi Matt,

    I just tested one of the better sauna brands at a nearby spa with a TriField TF2 EMF meter. While the electromagnetic readings were below 2-3 mG across all the carbon panels (except for one 10mG hot spot), I was surprised to find electric field readings of 200-1000V/m!
    I stumbled upon the High Tech Health website and liked what I read about mitigating all 3 kinds of EMF. Any thoughts about that? Will you be posting a review anytime soon?


    • Hi Stuart,

      Yep most of them have some electric fields… normally people just don’t have a clue, because the Trifield 100xe that everyone buys can’t decipher well. Good for you for checking with a better meter!

      That said, generally electric fields are less worrisome than magnetic by most building biologists I’ve hired. However, doesn’t mean we shouldn’t strive to get things as low as possible… I answered another persons question on youtube if you’re interested in learning how to eliminate electric fields with a grounded faraday cage grill. (you cannot shield magnetic fields in these saunas without affecting the heat)

      As far as the High Tech Health goes, unless they send me one, or a spa in Central Florida gets one I can pay to use, I doubt I’ll be pursuing it. Until I see a video with both magnetic and electric fields tested, I’m not really interested. (most ceramic saunas all have a magnetic field that is very very hard to get rid of)
      The idea of mitigating RF in a sauna with an infrared emitter, is about the funniest thing I’ve heard in my life related to saunas.

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