If you’re on a budget, go with Sunlighten.
Of course, it’s still a large investment, but Sunlighten’s basic models are slightly less expensive than Clearlight’s. The lowest-priced quote we received from Sunlighten was for the basic 1-person far infrared sauna at $4,999, while the quote for the basic 1-person far infrared sauna from Clearlight was $5,299.
If you’re seeking a portable sauna, you could go with either brand.
Both brands make a far infrared sauna that is designed to be packed up and stowed away when not in use. They both use a mat-and-dome design with their own sets of pros and cons. For example, Clearlight’s (called The Curve) includes an amethyst infrared PEMF mat that you can use with or without the dome. Sunlighten’s (called the Solo System) is a little less design-friendly, but it includes chromotherapy lighting.
Just note that our pricing guidance flips here: Clearlight’s portable far infrared sauna is less expensive (quoted at $2,899) than Sunlighten’s (quoted at $3,199).
If EMFs are a concern, you could go with either brand.
Both Clearlight and Sunlighten’s saunas use third party testing to ensure the EMF (electromagnetic field) levels of their heaters are less than 1 mG. And both brands test for ELF (extremely low frequency) radiation, which many other sauna brands don’t mention.
If outdoor use is your goal, go with Clearlight.
None of Sunlighten’s sauna options are intended for outdoor use, and doing so will likely compromise your warranty.
Clearlight, on the other hand, offers outdoor-specific models of their Sanctuary Series. They use mahogany on the inside and a more durable engineered wood on the outside for weather protection. Clearlight’s regular cabinet saunas are also cleared for outdoor use as long as you use them with their waterproof cover and live in an environment that doesn’t drop below 40 degrees Fahrenheit.
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