Far Infrared Nordic Spruce Cabin Sauna
The Clearlight CE-4 is a low EMF & ELF three - four person corner Far Infrared sauna. The Clearlight Essential Sauna range uses Far Infrared heater technology. These classic Nordic Spruce cabin saunas made from eco-certified wood. They are the perfect place to relax and soak up the healing heat from 7th generation True Wave Far Infrared heaters.
- Hybrid Carbon & Ceramic FAR infrared heaters
- High output of healing FAR infrared wavelengths (± 9.4 microns)
- 360° heat to surround your core
- Low EMF & ELF
- Hypoallergenic, eco-certified, grade “A” Nordic Spruce
- 100% non toxic materials
- Easy to use Digital Control
- Connect to built in speakers with bluetooth or AUX
- Easy in-home assembly
- Lifetime Warranty
- Capacity: 3-4 persons
155 x 195 x 112 cm
90 x 183 x 100 cm
148 x 51 cm
||The CE-4 plugs into any standard wall outlet.
||220 – 240V/50Hz, 1,410 Watts, 6 Amps
||True Wave Far Infrared
||Grade “A” clear Hypoallergenic Nordic Spruce.
|Cost to Run
Averages 30p per sauna session (30-60 minutes)
|User Manual (4.5 MB)
||Click to download
How long does it take to assemble the sauna?
It takes 1 – 3 hours depending on which sauna model you have. The heaters are already attached to the walls, so you just need to slot the walls, floor and roof parts into place. The sauna is pre-wired so you will need to connect some cables and then it’s ready to plug into a standard plug socket. You can download the assembly and user manual here.
What tools are needed?
For our Essential and Premier ranges you’ll need a screwdriver to attached the doorknob, but that’s it! For the Sanctuary saunas, you’ll need an Allen key, which we provide.
How much electricity does it use?
Most people will have a sauna session for between 30 – 60 minutes which costs on average 30p per sauna session. These saunas are energy efficient to run.
How heavy is it?
The sauna weighs 216 kg.
How safe are the saunas?
Infrared is very safe, it is used to keep newborn babies warm in hospital. The Clearlight saunas have been tested for low EMF and ELF so are very safe to use.
Whats the difference between the Essential and Premiere Range?
Both the Clearlight Essential and Clearlight Premier ranges use Far Infrared heater technology. The main difference comes down to the wood; Cedarwood in the Premier range and Nordic Spruce in the Essential range. The Premier also has that added comfort to it, with a deeper bench, curved backrest and accent lighting.