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If You Are Interested in Buying a Far Infrared Sauna with Low EMF, Consider These Factors First

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The process of finding the right far infrared sauna unit can feel comparable to finding the right car. It needs to suit your taste, preferences, and lifestyle. But unlike a car, it is a priceless investment in your health. To help you determine which low EMF far infrared sauna is right for you, consider some of the following factors before buying.

Factors to Think About When Buying a Far Infrared Sauna with Low EMF


Size is one of the most critical things to consider. If you are living alone, then a unit for one may work fine. However, if you have one or more people living with you, or if you entertain a lot, you may want to consider buying a bigger unit.

Hanging out and chatting inside the sauna might provide a positive complement to soaking up the therapeutic heat. You can enjoy a spa party, with more health benefits than manicures or pedicures.


While infrared sauna units typically come in a rectangular shape, some units are built to be placed in a corner. These designs also offer more space than standard units. If your home can accommodate a corner sauna, you gain optimal floor space in your unit. These especially cater to those hosting friends or family members in their spas.

Safety and Quality Certifications

A sauna is all about a relaxing, therefore you want to know that your unit meets the highest standard of quality safety. Check the sauna's safety certifications and test results which include certifications for Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS), ETL, C-TICK, CCC, FCS and CE. Be sure to inquire about these if concerned.

Important Features

Just like with gadgets, some features are more important than others. For instance, you may want to opt for a far infrared sauna that comes with a built-in digital control panel. This allows you to set your desired temperature and the duration of your session with ease.

Additionally, you may not want to spend an unnecessary amount of time setting up the sauna. Some unit designs feature a tool-free setup, meaning you can start your schedule of sessions shortly after bringing your new sauna home.


Just like cars, appliances and digital electronics, you want to make sure your infrared sauna comes with a warranty. Warranties should cover many of the sauna’s parts, including its control, electrical components, wood structure, and heaters.

Available Accessories

Ideally, you should be able to buy any accessories you want for your unit at the same time you are buying your infrared sauna. These can include lumbar support, an infrared foot warmer, and chromotherapy lights. Make sure you ask about their availability as you shop.

Take note of all these factors and options as you pursue your far infrared sauna unit as your health and peace of mind depend on it.


RoHS Compliance FAQ, rohsguide.com

ETL Listed Mark, intertek.com

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