2 Person Clearlight® Essential Far Infrared Sauna

True Wave Carbon/Ceramic Far Infrared Heaters

Grade-A Eco-certified Nordic Spruce

Touchpad control (inside and outside)

Bluetooth/AUX Connectivity

Built-in Stereo Speakers

Standard Chromotherapy with 15 LED / 6 Colours

Flat bench

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2 Person infrared sauna

Sauna Highlights

Far Infrared Heat

Utilises far-infrared heat which deeply penetrates the body for maximum benefits

Eco-certified Spruce

Constructed from Eco-certified Grade “A” Nordic Spruce

Built in Stereo Speakers

High quality stereo speakers make for an enhanced audio experience.

Standard Chromotherapy

Comes with standard grade Chromotherapy (15 LEDs/6 colours)

Low EMF

Our True Wave™ heaters are the only infrared heaters with virtually no EMF

No Harmful VOCs

Our saunas are free of any harmful VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds)

Accent Lights

Energy efficient LED lights provide gentle ambient lighting

Underfloor Heater

Exclusive underfloor infrared heating to enhance your sauna session

Lifetime Warranty*
5 Year Warranty*
Free shipping to Europe Mainland
Payment Options Available
Specifications
Dimensions
Interior

Width

117

cm

Depth

100

cm

Height

183

cm

Exterior

Width

127

cm

Depth

112

cm

Height

195

cm

Back walls

cm

Side walls

cm

Front

cm

Bench space

115 cm x 51cm

Heater

True Wave™ Carbon & Ceramic Low EMF/ELF Heaters:

Far Infrared heaters on the back wall, side walls, under the bench and in the floor.

Power

230 V

1,750 W

8 A

Europe: The sauna comes with a 16A type F plug.

Design

Eco Certified Grade “A” Nordic Spruce

Zero volatile organic compounds

6mm tempered safety glass door and window

Double wall tongue and groove construction

Weight

175

kg

Installation Requirements

When considering your sauna location, please ensure adequate clearance around your sauna to allow for installation, disassembly, repairs & maintenance, and heat dissipation.We recommend the following clearances:

  • Allow 50cm clearance at the left and right sides of your sauna.
  • Allow 10cm clearance at the back of your sauna or 50cm if you are installing an outdoor sauna.
  • Allow a minimum of 30cm above the roof of your sauna.
  • Ensure access to the power point at all times, to allow for a hard reset. We recommend installing the power point at the roof level of your sauna.

Note: It is possible to install your sauna in smaller spaces, however, this may impede access for repairs and maintenance. Your sauna warranty does not cover costs related to gaining access for repairs.

WarrantY

Your Clearlight® sauna comes with another exclusive – the Clearlight Infrared® Saunas Lifetime Warranty for residential use.

For legal reasons we have to call it a Limited Lifetime Warranty. Why “Limited”? We cover parts and shipping for the entire lifetime, however labour is not included for a lifetime.

We do however provide the parts and pay for shipping, and we will also provide instructions on how to resolve possibly issues with your sauna.

FAQ

How long is the warranty on my Clearlight® Essential Infrared Sauna?

It’s a lifetime. For legal reasons we have to call it a limited lifetime warranty. Why limited? We cover parts and shipping for the entire lifetime, however labour is not included for a lifetime. We do however provide the parts and pay for shipping, and we will also provide instructions on how to resolve possibly issues with your sauna. We got your back!

What’s the EMF in this Clearlight® Infrared Sauna?

EMF and ELF are important to us. 10 years ago we started producing heaters with the lowest possible EMF levels. Over time we’ve pioneered other technologies in this field and we’re proud to say that the EMF (and ELF levels) are perhaps the lowest on the market. When measuring directly on the far infrared heater the highest EMF level we could measure was 1.5 mG, which is by far below the WHO threshold of concern (3 mG). When only moving a few cm away this level literally drops to 0.

Besides the invention of our True Wave II heater technology, we also use metal conduit wiring, run several grounding wires, and have designed the sauna in a way that the exposure to both EMF and ELF is the absolute minimum possible. When measuring on the two powerful Full Spectrum Infrared Heaters in the front, you will measure a maximum of up to 7-8mG. When moving away only 10cm the levels drop to 0. As EMF reduces with distance, where you are sitting there is no EMF measurable.

Why are low EMF and low ELF levels important?

Low EMF Infrared Saunas

Our True Wave™ far infrared heaters are the original carbon based infrared heaters with virtually no EMF (Electromagnetic Fields). We pioneered this technology for use in infrared saunas. More and more research is being conducted into the harmful effects of EMF. That is why our R&D department spent over two years developing both patented and patent pending methods to eliminate virtually all of the EMF from our heaters. Many of our competitors still have EMF levels 20 to 50 times higher than our True Wave™ infrared heaters. With an average EMF level of less than 1milligauss (mg), when tested directly on the heater, it is well below the CDC’s recommendation of a maximum of 3mg.
Dr. David Carpenter, Dean at the School of Public Health, State University of New York, believes it is likely that up to 30% of all childhood cancers come from exposure to EMF’s. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) warns “There is reason for concern” and advises “prudent avoidance”.
Martin Halper, the EPA’s Director of Analysis and Support says “I have never seen a set of epidemiological studies that remotely approached the weight of evidence that we’re seeing with EMFs. Clearly, there is something here.”

Some health effects linked with EMF are:
Memory Loss, Depression, Loss of Energy, Irritability, Inability To Concentrate, Weakened Immune System. Chronic Fatigue, Headaches

Dr. Duncan, the founder and designer of Clearlight® Infrared Sauna® models, has always ensured that the therapeutic results of your sauna are our number one priority. Seeing the research and information available on the harmful effects of EMF, we felt that if there was a chance that high levels of EMF can cause health issues, we needed to find a way to bring the levels down as low as possible. We were the first company to accomplish this with our True Wave II, far infrared heaters and True Spectrum, full spectrum heaters.

Low ELF Infrared Saunas

ELF (extremely low frequency) is also referred to as the electric fields or dirty electricity. There are some people that are very sensitive to ELF and have various reactions including sleep disruption and agitation and there is some link to cancer as discussed in this Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Bulletin: https://www.osha.gov/elf-radiation
All Clearlight® infrared saunas include our ELF canceling technology. While EMF is canceled in the heater itself, we have to go to great lengths to cancel the ELF from our saunas.
We run the electrical wires through metal conduit.
We twist the wires to cancel the ELF and EMF.
We protect all electronics with foil shielding.
We carbonize and ground the fishnet mesh that covers our heaters to ground and cancel the ELF.

How long does installation of my Clearlight® Infrared Sauna take? Can I do it myself?

For the 1-Person Infrared Saunas you need 1-2 people, and it’ll take you approx. 2-3 hours maximum. For the larger saunas you can still do it with 2 people, however due to the size and weight some of the parts are heavier. It would be helpful having an additional person to help with the weights, however the installation is not difficult.

All you need is a simple screw driver for the door handle. All other parts connect together and don’t have to be screwed.

Important: We love the saying ‘You start levelled, you finish levelled’.
For all saunas, a level floor is important to get the door alignment correct. Check the flooring prior to installation and possibly level it out prior to install your Clearlight Infrared Sauna.

How much does it cost me running my Clearlight® Infrared Sauna?

For the 1 and 2-person saunas it will cost you a maximum of £0.3 for running the sauna for an hour. If you used it four times a week this will cost you less than £5-8 for the entire month.
For the larger saunas the costs are approx. £ 0.50 - £0.75 per hour. (Based on 2022 electricity prices)

What are the ventilation requirements for my Clearlight® Infrared Sauna?

There are no ventilation requirements necessary. Infrared saunas give off dry-heat without any moisture.

Can I put my Infrared Sauna outside?

Our indoor sauna range cannot be placed outside for 2 reasons.

1. The heaters will not be able to reach the desired temperatures due to colder outside environments.

2. The indoor saunas are not designed to withstand exterior weather conditions, so any damage to the structure caused by weather factors will not be covered by our Limited Lifetime Warranty.

What type of infrared heater is best?

Far Infrared Heaters

When comparing far infrared sauna heaters you need to look at the size of the heater, the material that is producing the infrared heat, the quality of the heat and the surface temperature of the heater.

The two most common materials used in far infrared heaters are ceramic and carbon. Ceramic is a very efficient, effective material when heated to produce infrared heat. Ceramic has a very high emissivity rating, meaning it produces a lot of infrared heat. The drawback to ceramic heaters is that they tend to produce a shorter infrared wavelength. Shorter infrared wavelengths are not as readily absorbed by the human body so they are less therapeutic.

Generally speaking, Carbon infrared heaters produce a longer infrared wavelength. Carbon is very light so the heaters can be bigger and can run at a lower surface temperature. These low surface temperatures produce long wave infrared heat. Long wave far infrared heat is readily absorbed by the human body and will produce more desirable therapeutic results. The drawback of carbon heaters is that, while they produce high quality infrared heat, they do not produce a lot of infrared – they are weak. In technical terms, they have a lower emissivity rating as compared to ceramic heaters.

Most companies that use carbon heaters extend their heaters well up into the head region and almost to the ceiling in the sauna in an effort to try and get more heat into the sauna. They do this because of the low output of their heaters. This is wasted infrared heat as it is only heating the air over your head and not your body directly. We also believe heating the head directly is not recommended in infrared therapy.

Our True Wave™ far infrared heaters are the only infrared heaters that combine both carbon and ceramic into one heater for a truly exceptional infrared sauna experience. They are built by us and designed to heat the human body. True Wave™ Infrared Heaters produce the long wave infrared heat of a carbon heaters with the very high infrared output of a ceramic heater combined into one heater. It really is the best of both worlds and they are fantastic infrared heaters.

Within seconds of sitting in any Clearlight® Sauna model, you can feel the difference in the quality of the infrared heat. You will not find this heating technology anywhere else. It is exclusive to Clearlight® infrared saunas models.

Full Spectrum Infrared Heaters

A full spectrum infrared heater emits all three infrared wavelengths: near (IR-A), mid (IR-B) and far infrared (IR-C). Some infrared saunas offer a combination of heaters to produce full spectrum infrared heat. The sauna may have one heater that produces far infrared, one that produces mid infrared and one that produces near infrared.

You will also see some infrared saunas that use low wattage (10-40 watt) LED’s to produce near infrared. Our belief is that LED near infrared light therapy is very effective for topical infrared treatments however, it is not suited for the sauna environment. You want to put the LED’s directly on your skin. The DPL Nuve by LED Technologies is a great example of an effective FDA approved near infrared handheld device. With LED near infrared embedded in the wall of the sauna, you would have to climb up on the bench to receive effective therapy as the LED’s should be right up against the area you are treating.

Clearlight® Sanctuary Saunas utilize a halogen full spectrum heater. We have the halogen bulbs built to our specific wavelengths and standards. Our True Wave™ full spectrum infrared heaters emit about 1/3 near infrared, 1./3 mid infrared and 1/3 far infrared and each heater is a full 500 watts of full spectrum infrared heat.

By offering all three wavelengths the infrared heat will penetrate deeper past the Epidermis and Dermis into the Subcutaneous layer offering maximum effectiveness.

What heater technology is used in this Clearlight Far Infrared Sauna?

All Premier and Essential Clearlight® Far Infrared Saunas come with our unique True Wave II Carbon and Ceramic Heater Technology. They are low-EMF heaters that produce the majority of the infrared spectrum around the 9.4 microns, which is the ideal wavelength in the far infrared spectrum.

If you are interested in Full Spectrum Infrared heat you can also purchase the 300W Full Spectrum Heater Upgrade, which attaches to the door. No electrician needed to install it, just plug it in and enjoy Full Spectrum Infrared Heat.

Want to know more about Infrared Saunas?

Our team are experts in infrared saunas, and always happy to answer your questions.
We’re available seven days a week, 9am - 5pm.

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