Table of Contents
- My Radiant Sauna Review: The Worst Sauna I’ve Ever Tested
- The Radiant Sauna EMF Levels Are INSANELY!!! High
- I Don’t Know What Limit Sauna Companies Will Go To Lie To Consumers, But I Can’t Believe Amazon Isn’t Stepping In On This One
- Radiant Sauna Major Complaints
- Conclusion: Do Not Buy A Radiant Sauna (ever)
My Radiant Sauna Review: The Worst Sauna I’ve Ever Tested
Now I’m not one to make light of a situation like this normally, but this is so bad I can’t help myself.
The body will never shield magnetic fields, just like a wall won’t. However, I can’t say I’ve ever sat inside an infrared sauna before, and had 15mg fields in the middle of the sauna when my body is between the meter and the source. Iiiiiiiiiinteradesting you say…
I don’t know who in the hell came up with the idea to put poker card table felt on the front of a ceramic heater, but ceramic heaters are known to get pretty damn hot… this is the worst implementation of aesthetics I’ve ever seen in a sauna.
The glue this felt is held on with, the over-spray or disintegration you can see in the next photo… it just gets worse and worse the more I started digging…
The Radiant Sauna EMF Levels Are INSANELY!!! High
In case you’re not familiar with this meter, that’s 105.60 MILLIGUASS!!!!!!!! sitting on my shoulder pal! You would have to be totally nuts to call this low emf.
Let me say that again… That reads ONE HUNDRED AND FIVE milliguass at my back. (not right on the emitters)
This is worse than any other sauna I have ever been in, period.
I Don’t Know What Limit Sauna Companies Will Go To Lie To Consumers, But I Can’t Believe Amazon Isn’t Stepping In On This One
This is completely and utterly INSANE that Amazon let’s this company sell their saunas saying they utilize ultra low emf technology. I don’t know whether to laugh or just fly off the handle here…
Radiant Sauna Major Complaints
Ummm, where do I even start here?
This sauna should be used for firewood, how’s that?
From the second I put it together, the chemical smell that I can’t figure out where it’s coming from is a no go. Like I showed above, the felt or whatever that stuff if glued to the metal heater guards, is downright alarming for something that heats up to over 140 degrees.
The cabinet build quality actually had some niceties to it, such as a smartphone pocket above the radio housing, glass and door hinge hardware was good, and the overall build quality of the cabinet seemed above average.
But the EMF’s just killed it as soon as you opened the door. With over 100 mg magnetic fields in the seated position, this is a no brainer to get rid of immediately. Admittedly even my standard on what is an acceptable emf level in a sauna have become more lax over the last couple of months, but this sauna just takes the cake for everything you should NOT put in a sauna.
This is by far, the worst sauna I have ever tested in my entire life.
Conclusion: Do Not Buy A Radiant Sauna (ever)
If you can’t tell already, the pictures on Amazon do not reflect what the sauna actually looks like. I would have never bought a sauna that has felt glued to the heaters, and the reviews never once mentioned anything about some type of adhesive smell inside of it.
So I don’t know if the Amazon reviews are fake purchased, or just from people who have never been in a good sauna before. What I do know for sure after testing this thing firsthand, is that this is not a good sauna, and I wouldn’t put it in my house if they gave it to me for free.
I do not recommend this sauna in any way shape or form, and recommend you stay far far away from this company altogether. I’m sure they’re not bad people, and maybe even have good intentions… but this is more than just a small oversight that slipped through the cracks here.
This sauna is the epitome of everything people like Dr. Mercola and others warn about. It’s so bad, I wouldn’t have believed someone if they tried to tell me about it without seeing it with my own two eyes.