Sun & Soul SUN-3i Sauna

Product Highlights

Seating: 3
Volts: 120 Volt (Plug & Play)
Exterior: 44" x 63" x 79"
Interior: 41" x 60" x 76"
Amps: 18.16
Watts: 2180

Product Description

The Sun & Soul SUN300 three person infrared sauna is equipped with enhanced audio sound, digital keypad controls, color light therapy, built-in reading lights, and therapeutic heating technology.

Unique Features:

  • Enhanced Audio Sound
  • Digital Keypad Controls
  • Color Light Therapy

SUN-3i Specs

Heat Type: Low EMF Carbon Far Infrared heaters.
Amps: 18.16
Watts: 2180
Volts: 120
Outlet: NEMA 5-20 Plug
Speakers: Bluetooth, AUX
Lighting: Color Light Therapy
Heater: Low EMF Carbon Far Infrared heaters
Controls: Digital Keypad
Interior Length: 41"
Interior Width: 60"
Interior Height: 76"
Interior Dimensions: 41" x 60" x 76"
Exterior Height: 79"
Exterior Width: 63"
Exterior Length: 44"
Exterior Dimensions: 44" x 63" x 79"
Weight: 575 Lbs
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Sauna Benefits

Infrared saunas are engineered with the finest materials and technology so you can rest, relax and restore. Let the warm relaxation enhance your mood and well-being, while releasing muscle tension from your physical daily activities.

Sauna FAQs

Using a sauna is generally safe and beneficial, as long as you follow the proper guidelines and precautions. However, there are some risks and side effects that you should be aware of, such as:

  • Dehydration: Using a sauna can cause you to lose a lot of water and electrolytes through sweating. This can lead to dehydration, which can cause headaches, dizziness, fatigue, and nausea. To prevent dehydration, you should drink plenty of water before, during, and after using a sauna. You should also avoid alcohol, caffeine, or diuretics, as they can dehydrate you further.
  • Overheating: Using a sauna can raise your body temperature and heart rate, which can be dangerous for some people. This can lead to overheating, which can cause fainting, heat stroke, or cardiac arrest. To prevent overheating, you should limit your session time and temperature, and take breaks if you feel unwell. You should also avoid using a sauna if you have a fever, infection, or inflammation, as they can worsen your condition.
  • Burns: Using a sauna room can expose you to hot surfaces and steam, which can cause burns or scalds. To prevent burns, you should wear loose-fitting clothes or a towel, and avoid touching the heater, the rocks, or the walls. You should also be careful when pouring water on the rocks, as the steam can be very hot and sudden.
  • Infections: Using a sauna can expose you to bacteria, fungi, or viruses, which can cause infections or diseases. This can happen if the sauna is not cleaned or sanitized properly, or if you share the sauna with other people who are sick or have open wounds. To prevent infections, you should clean and sanitize your sauna regularly, and avoid using a sauna if you or someone else has a contagious or skin condition. You should also shower before and after using a sauna, and wash your clothes or towel after each use.

Indoor and outdoor saunas have their own advantages and disadvantages, depending on your location and climate. Indoor saunas are more convenient and accessible, as they are located inside your home. They are also more protected from the weather and the elements. However, indoor saunas require more ventilation, drainage, and structural support. They may also take up more space and increase your indoor temperature and humidity. Outdoor saunas are more spacious and scenic, as they are located outside your home. They are also more natural and fresh, as they have more air circulation and sunlight. However, outdoor saunas require more maintenance, landscaping, and weatherproofing. They may also be more exposed to insects, animals, and vandalism.

Infrared and traditional saunas differ in the way they heat the body and the air. Infrared saunas use light waves to heat the body directly, without heating the air around it. Traditional saunas use a heater to heat the air in the, which then heats the body indirectly. Some of the differences between infrared and traditional saunas are:

  • Temperature: Infrared saunas operate at lower temperatures, usually between 120°F and 150°F. Traditional saunas operate at higher temperatures, usually between 150°F and 220°F.
  • Humidity: Infrared saunas have low humidity, usually between 10% and 20%. Traditional saunas have high humidity, usually between 40% and 60%.
  • Heating time: Infrared saunas heat up faster, usually within 10 to 15 minutes. Traditional saunas heat up slower, usually within 30 to 45 minutes.
  • Energy consumption: Infrared saunas consume less energy, usually between 1.5 and 2.0 kilowatts per hour. Traditional saunas consume more energy, usually between 6.0 and 8.0 kilowatts per hour.

To install and maintain your sauna, you should follow these steps:

  • To install your sauna, you should read the owner’s manual and follow the instructions carefully. You should also make sure that your sauna has a level, solid, and stable foundation, as well as a water source and a drain.
  • To maintain your sauna, you should clean and sanitize it regularly. You should use a mild soap and water solution to wipe down the interior and exterior surfaces of your sauna room. You should also vacuum or sweep the floor and the bench of your sauna. You should avoid using any harsh chemicals or abrasive materials that may damage your sauna. You should also check and replace any parts that are worn or broken.
  • We will help you install your newly bought sauna and make it a fun and enjoyable experience for you.

There are several factors that you should consider when choosing a sauna, such as:

  1. The type and size of the sauna. You can choose between infrared and traditional saunas, depending on your preference and budget. You can also choose the size of the sauna based on the number of people who will use it and the space available in your home.
  2. The features and functions of the sauna. You can look for the features and functions that you want, such as the heater, the control panel, the lighting, the sound system, the ventilation, the door, the bench, and the accessories.
  3. The style and design of the sauna room. You can choose the style and design that match your personal taste and home decor. You can also choose between indoor and outdoor saunas, depending on your location and climate.
  4. The energy efficiency and performance of the sauna. You can check the energy consumption and output of the sauna, as well as the quality and durability of the materials and components.

To make the most of your sauna experience, you should follow these tips:

  • Before using a sauna, you should drink plenty of water to hydrate yourself, avoid eating a large meal, and remove any jewelry or metal objects. You should also consult your doctor if you have any medical conditions or are pregnant.
  • During using a sauna, you should wear loose-fitting clothes or a towel, sit or lie down comfortably, and breathe deeply and slowly. You should also listen to your body and take breaks if you feel dizzy, nauseous, or uncomfortable. You can also use a timer or a thermometer to monitor your session time and temperature.
  • After using a sauna, you should drink more water to replenish your fluids, cool down gradually with a shower or a dip in a pool, and rest for at least 10 minutes. You should also avoid alcohol, caffeine, or smoking, as they may dehydrate you or interfere with your blood pressure.

The frequency and duration of using a sauna depend on your personal preference and tolerance. Generally, it is recommended to use a sauna at least once a week for 15 to 30 minutes per session4. You can also adjust the temperature and humidity of the sauna to suit your comfort level. However, you should avoid using a sauna for more than an hour at a time, as it may cause dehydration, overheating, or fainting.

Using a sauna can provide many benefits for your health and well-being, such as:

  • Relieving muscle tension and joint pain
  • Improving blood circulation and cardiovascular function
  • Lowering blood pressure and cholesterol levels
  • Enhancing immune system and skin health
  • Reducing stress and anxiety
  • Boosting mood and cognitive performance
  • Promoting relaxation and sleep quality

A sauna is a space where you can relax and sweat in dry or moist heat. There are two main types of saunas: infrared and traditional. Infrared saunas use light waves to heat your body directly, without heating the air around you. Traditional saunas use a heater to heat the air in a wood-paneled or barrel. You can also pour water on the heated rocks to create steam and increase the humidity. The temperature in a sauna can range from 120°F to 220°F, depending on the type and setting of the sauna room.