2023 Jacuzzi Clearlight Sauna Review

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Clearlight saunas has long been found to be one of the top recommended infrared sauna brands on the planet. But just because everyone and their brother is saying they’re great, we don’t just give them a pass and add them to the list.

Matt has tested every single sauna promoted here personally, and you can find his youtube videos with live video emf testing, using the saunas, assembling them, etc…

That said, Clearlight has done a great job, and still makes the cut when considering all other brands available in 2020. There are one or two that are a better value, but Clearlight is right up there with the best of them. I’d recommend you take a look at Matt’s latest youtube videos, the Certified Sauna List, and the recommendations on the blog for choosing the right sauna for your needs.

Jacuzzi has merged with Clearlight, so don’t be confused if you hear people calling the Sanctuary and Premier saunas by the Jacuzzi name… they are the same, and still Clearlight Saunas.

Matt typically recommends the Clearlight Premier models over the Sanctuary, since the EMF levels are lower, and it’s a better value for most folks. There are however exceptions to the rule in some cases, such as if you’re looking for an outdoor sauna. There are very few options that come with insulated panels, and true shingled roof that will stand up to the elements, and so on. Also if you need an ADA approved sauna for wheelchair use, there are special recommendations for that as well.

See the models here: www.healwithheat.com

Clearlight Sanctuary VS Premier

Most influencers and sales people will tell you to buy a Clearlight Sanctuary, so you can get full spectrum in your sauna. Mostly this preys on the fact that there are numerous benefits to near infrared therapy, but what no one is telling you is that near infrared doesn’t heat you up, nor does it contribute to your sweat directly.

For folks on a budget, there’s no need to spend the extra $2,000 dollars on a full spectrum sauna, when a Premier model can give you all the far infrared benefits you need.

Below you can also see a glimpse of testing a full spectrum heater with a spectrometer. You’ll see that 1000 nanometers and down falls off a cliff. This also brings up the discussion about not getting true photobiomodulation (or red light therapy benefits) when the output range isn’t in line with a lot of the studies.

Doesn’t mean they don’t get hot and serve a purpose, simply suggesting not getting sucked into spending more money than you need, when the equipment isn’t always as described by sales people.

Click The Image To See More Testing In The FB Group

Why Do Clearlight Reviews Say Carbon & Ceramic Is Better?

When comparing heater types, there are some hybrid buzz words that have hit the market that are causing some confusion. One is a blended heater, almost sounding like it’s two heaters in one, which is not the case.

During the lamination process, there are some ceramic particles sprinkled in with the layered materials, thus creating a hybrid heater. However, if I were to blindfold you, and make you try regular carbon heaters, and combo heaters, you wouldn’t be able to tell the difference.

Keep in mind this sauna is still highly recommended, it’s just sometimes when you talk to sauna salespeople they bend the specs of these to where it seems more beneficial, but in reality it’s the same damn thing you’re comparing in another brand.


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