Rocky Mountain Saunas Review

Originally Rocky Mountain Saunas was on my list to review. When I first set out to start reviewing infrared saunas, Mike from Rocky Mountain was very nice and spent a bit of time on the phone with me discussing their saunas. I had already started testing other brands, and quickly found out that a lot of them had a lot higher emf levels than they would have you believe. For example, I bought a Dynamic sauna from Costco/Amazon, and it’s touted as being “low emf.” Now for most people, low emf might be 10 milliguass or so, but for me, I want it under 2 or 3mg if I’m really going to sit in it for hours at a time every other day of the weak for years.

So where’s this going, and how does it relate to Rocky Mountain Saunas? Well, I got a hold of a JNH Lifestyles sauna, a Dynamic sauna by Golden Designs Inc, and Sunlighten full spectrum infrared sauna as well. Once I started seeing the emf levels come in from the Dynamic sauna, I realized that something was going on with these manufacturers, and started digging.

Well, low and behold, I began to uncover that most all of these lower end infrared sauna companies, all import their saunas from the same suppliers in… you guessed it: CHINA.

Now I’m not against products from China, if anything I think the Chinese make excellent stuff. But you can’t deny the fact that you can’t just take what they say and run with it… we all know that. Well, that’s exactly what’s happening in the sauna industry.

So if you look at Rocky Mountain Saunas homepage, or even their product listing on Amazon, you get the impression that they are “Made In Colorado.” (I think they have since changed the verbage to NOT explicitly say this, but only imply it now) However, Rocky Mountain Saunas are definitely not made in the USA, and I confirmed this after noticing that their saunas looked strikingly similar to a lot of the Chinese sauna makers listed on Alibaba.

So where does that leave us? I don’t know, because almost every other sauna company is ALSO importing their saunas! For me, I just care that it is non toxic to the nose, truly low emf, and works well. I’m going to keep them on the list of infrared saunas to review, and hope to get a chance to check one out soon. Currently I have the Dynamic, JNH Lifestyles, and Sunlighten on hand for reviews. As soon as I clear out some space, I’ll move the next saunas on the review list.


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