1 Person Infrared

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A 1 person infrared sauna is the perfect size sauna to put in your home without breaking the bank. Maybe you are looking for a small sauna that will fit easily in your apartment, or perhaps you haven’t moved to your forever home yet, and don’t want to move a giant sauna when you do. For others, you may have health challenges right now and should really be using a sauna… but it’s just not in the budget to buy a large sauna.

I’ve been in all of these positions, and I know what it feels like.  There are some things you should compromise on when selecting your home sauna, and a few that you should never compromise on.

In this article, let’s go over some of the best 1 person infrared sauna models on the market today, so you can decide which 1 person style of sauna is best for your needs.

Is A 1 Person Sauna Really The Best Size For Apartments And Tight Spaces?

With so many opinions out there on the best small 1 person saunas that folks can easily assemble in their homes, it’s hard to tell which are just fancy sales messages, and who has truly experienced what it’s like to install the perfect smaller sized sauna for various heights and body types.

For example, if you’re over 6′ 6″ tall, and weigh in excess of 250 lbs, it’s going to be hard for you to be comfortable in a 1 person sauna. You really need a two person sauna, or a corner sauna to be comfortable.

However, if you’re a smaller framed female, and just looking for an affordable way to detox at home, a 1 person sauna is perfect for you. (guys too! just not linebacker size folks)

The footprint of a 1 person sauna doesn’t take up much space, and can be squeezed into a corner pretty easily. Some other customers find that they can sneak a 1 person sauna right into their bathroom without remodeling, which makes it a perfect compact choice if that’s what you’re looking for.

Best 1 Person Sauna – Infrared VS Steam?

Your Electrical Options For Your Home Sauna

Typically sauna sales people do not ask you this up front, but they should! If you’re on a budget, consider that most steam saunas run on 220 volts, and need an electrician to come in and install a dedicated line and breaker to power it.

If you’re not interested in the added expense of that, then an infrared sauna would be the easier choice.  This is one of the reasons many are choosing infrared over steam these days… they’re easier to install, cheaper to run, and overall give folks a more pleasurable experience in their home.

Price VS Value (and ease of installation)

The 3 Top Rated 1 Person Infrared Saunas On The Market For 2020

You can find the top rated 1 person saunas on the market today, all featured on the Certified Sauna List. Head over to www.certifiedsaunas.com to see which tested the best this year!

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