Our Premier range offers the best of our Far Infrared heater technology. These classic Cedarwood cabins, made from eco-certified wood, are the perfect place to relax and soak up the healing heat from our 7th generation True Wave Far infrared heaters. With added comfort features such as deeper bench, curved ergonomic back support and mood lighting.
All Clearlight® models can accommodate a cedar or basswood portable backrest for added comfort and support during your sauna session. Designed by Dr. Raleigh Duncan, a Chiropractic Physician and our Founder, this is another added level of comfort to an already amazing experience.
Full Spectrum Heater
Add an additional 300 watt full spectrum heater to your clearlight Sanctuary™. This heater, measuring 61x18 cm, is mounted on the interior of the door. The heater includes a wood frame with a textured mesh heater guard and plugs conveniently into a receptacle already built into your sauna.
Medical Grade Chromotherapy
All Clearlight Sauna® models can add Vibrational Resonance Therapy (VRT). VRT combines the benefits of sound and vibration relaxing your body and mind.
Vibration Resonance Therapy (VRT)
All Clearlight Infrared™ Saunas can be upgraded. VRT combines the benefits of sound and vibration to provide an even deeper sense of relaxation. Sold separately to enhance your infrared sauna experience, our VRT modules attach to the bottom of the sauna bench and turns it into a “speaker”, which gives you the feeling of a light touch massage. You can operate the VRT using Bluetooth or an AUX connection already installed in the sauna.
What heater technology is used in this Clearlight Sauna?
All Premier 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.
Will I have infrared heaters all around me in my Clearlight Infrared Sauna for best use?
Absolutely. You Clearlight Premier Far Infrared Saunas is equipped with our True Wave II Heaters all around you. You have heaters in the back wall, side walls, leg area and in the floor. There’s also an additional heater next to the door to ensure you have heat coming from the front. If you liked more intensity from the front you can also get the Full Spectrum Heater Upgrade for your Clearlight Premier Sauna.
What’s the EMF and ELF 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 heater the highest EMF level we could measure was 1.5 mG, which is by far below the WHO threshold of concern (3 mG). 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. This is unique to the market, and we constantly strive to even further reduce the levels.
How long does installation of my Clearlight Infrared Sauna take? Can I do it myself?
For the 1-Person Premier Infrared Saunas you need 1-2 people, and it’ll take you approx. 1-2 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.
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 £ 0.30 for running the sauna for an hour. If you used it four times a week this will cost you less than £ 5 for the entire month.
For the larger saunas the costs are approx. £ 0.15 higher per hour. So for the 3-4 Person Infrared Saunas it will cost you approx. £ 0.45 running the sauna for an hour.
What are the ventilation requirements for my Clearlight Infrared Sauna? What plug do I need to run it?
There are no ventilation requirements necessary. Infrared saunas give off dry-heat without any moisture. The required plugs are as follows:
1-, 2-, 3-Person and 3-4 Person Corner Sauna: Standard Power Outlet
5-Person Sauna: Hard wired into a dedicated circuit.
Important: When purchasing add-ons to your sauna please check possible changes for electricity requirements.
What’s the warranty on my Clearlight 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 type of wood is used for my Clearlight Infrared sauna?
The Clearlight Premier Far Infrared Saunas are made from eco-certified (FSC-certified) Canadian Cedar wood. We use the highest quality wood (Grade A), and colour match the wood prior to the manufacturing process. This ensures best quality and superior aesthetics for all Premier far Infrared Saunas.
For the Premier basswood Saunas we use hypoallergenic basswood of superior quality.
Can I put my Clearlight® infrared sauna outside?
Yes, you can put our uniquely designed Outdoor Saunas outside. The special design and constructions of our Outdoor Sauna will ensure that your cabin reaches the desired temperature and is also adequately protected from the elements as they can withstand most weather conditions*.
*more extreme weather areas (i.e. right next to the ocean) might require an outdoor sauna cover to ensure the longevity of the external material.
Our indoor sauna range cannot be placed outside as they will not be able to reach the desired temperatures due to colder weather conditions outside. The indoor saunas will also not be able to withstand the weather conditions safely and thus will not be covered by our Limited Lifetime Warranty.
Please consult one of our infrared sauna specialists for more information about putting your sauna outside. Contact us here.