Infrared Sauna Review Part 2

We have owned our infrared sauna for a little over a month now, and I am back to answer some of the questions I received  in terms of energy cost, benefits, etc. If you missed review part 1, click here to read the review.

How Often Do you use it?

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So, since living with an infrared sauna, I am using it approximately 3 times a week. This is a little less than I would like to say, however, it does take me about a solid 60 minutes to get a good dripping sweat on and I often feel like I don’t have the time to sauna everyday. That’s more of a personal issue with time management, but that might be something to keep in mind when thinking of making the investment. 

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Does it impact energy costs?

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In terms of energy cost we noticed our bill was about $15 more than it was prior to owning the sauna. So, for me, that’s nothing considering the health benefits we are reaping from it. Also, by owning our sauna, we essential “pay it off” everytime we use it compared to going to a sauna business or spa.

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What benefits do you see from owning a sauna?

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We both (Justin & I)  agree that the most visible sign of improvement is our skin. It truly keeps you glowing and hydrated. Some other internal benefits would be my ability to self regulate my temperature better. I have raynauds and my fingers and feet are chronically cold, but on the days I use the sauna, I barely have symptoms. 

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Whats the brand and model you have?

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We have the Rocky Mountain Sauna Badger Model. In terms of our exact sauna model, I couldn’t be happier.  I finally figured out the bluetooth situation so I listen to books or podcasts while in the sauna. I do feel like our sauna heats up incredibly fast and the temperature stays nice and hot the entire time. It never becomes cool or drafty and I never have to mess with the temperature controls.

Conclusion 

All in all, I am very pleased with our purchase and would recommend this exact model from rocky mountain saunas again and again! Feel free to reach out via dm or email if you have more specific questions that I didn’t answer in the post or hop on the phone and call Rocky Mountain and ask for Tony he is great!