New Sunlighten infrared sauna owner Jeremy P. recently took delivery of his Signature II model infrared sauna. He was very excited and pleased with his sauna – so much so, that he decided to record a video testimonial to share his Sunlighten sauna review with others. Here is part four of his review – covering EMF testing of the Sunlighten Signature sauna and, well, he says a few nice things about the folks here in our offices too. Always nice to hear.
Sunlighten Sauna Customer Review – Part 4
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But the biggest selling point, I’ll say, with Sunlighten – besides the wonderful people there – is (a) they’re in Kansas. They’re salt-of-the-earth people. They send their stuff out to Vietnam to get the furniture made because they care, they want to do stuff that’s different. And the heaters.
You know, there’s only two companies that I could find out there that actually sent their heaters, which are carbon heaters, out to a testing agency in Virginia to actually get the EMFs tested on their units.
And I actually did a little bit of research and actually called the place where they sent their carbon heaters to. And it’s a third-party. It’s a guy who – it’s a company – the guy who did the testing is a scientist – but it’s a company that does basically all the EMF testing, electromagnetic fields and some other radiation testing for agencies around the government.
And what they’re trying to do is they’re trying to get the government to lower their safe standards from 10, which is what the US allows, to 3, which is what Sweden allows. And currently, I talked to the guy independently and he had really good things to say about both of the companies that sent their heaters out but he said that Sunlighten’s heaters were the lowest. They were less than 1, consistently.
So, he would set his tester all the way around here and consistently all these carbon heaters were only putting out not even close to 1 EMF, which is 2 lower than what Sweden’s accepted standard is, which is the lowest in the world. The accepted standard for the US is 10.
So, like I said, that made me feel really really comfortable. After that, they took the care to send their heaters out there and that they actually, you know, I could put my kids in here. I can come in here and not worry that I’m getting cooked in a radiation box.
It’s something where people have actually taken the care to stand behind their product and that’s what’s really important to me.
For the price, you’re really not paying that much more than what you would for the hemlock box where you could get cancer, you have no clue what the radiation is from their heaters, you have no clue if the heaters are even gonna work well, how consistent the heat is. And then the wood itself is inferior wood. You don’t know if it has VOCs in it that are being emitted into your body. You don’t know anything about it. They send them out to China. It’s all kinda the same thing. The quality control is dubious at best.
So, I’ve just felt really comfortable with my Sunlighten. So far, I have had it for three weeks now. Three weeks and I’ve used it almost every night pretty much. So much so that my wife is getting mad at me because I’m taking showers late at night and waking her up in bed because I’m down here getting so sweaty, I’ve gotta wash off before I get in bed.