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Durasage Lightweight Portable Personal Steam Sauna Spa for Weight Loss, Detox, Relaxation at Home, 60 Minute Timer, 800 Watt Steam Generator, Chair Included (Black Coffee)

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PORTABLE: Detachable frame makes it easy to disassemble for easy storage
POWERFUL: 800 watt steam generator can be set up to 60 minutes with timer
ENJOYABLE: Two zippered openings allowing hands to read a book or use a device
FRONT POCKET: Allows you to keep your necessities near by and easy to access while inside the sauna
COMPLETE SAUNA: Everything you need to set up and enjoy a sauna experience

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Best Sellers Rank: #2,412 in Patio, Lawn & Garden. Customer Reviews: 4.4 out of 5 stars 2,185 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars. ASIN: B08M12V4HR. Manufacturer: Durasage. Item Weight: 16.07 pounds. Product Dimensions: 34 x 28.5 x 39.2 inches.

Specification: Durasage Lightweight Portable Personal Steam Sauna Spa for Weight Loss, Detox, Relaxation at Home, 60 Minute Timer, 800 Watt Steam Generator, Chair Included (Black Coffee)

Weight 16.07 lbs
Dimensions 34 × 28.5 × 39.2 in

12 reviews for Durasage Lightweight Portable Personal Steam Sauna Spa for Weight Loss, Detox, Relaxation at Home, 60 Minute Timer, 800 Watt Steam Generator, Chair Included (Black Coffee)

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  1. Dr. Acia Williams

    It needs a level gag on the pot BAD! In the beginning don’t be like me in the photo trying to sit for 60 mins, please don’t over do it, paste yourself. It gets extremely hot. Have some Ice water to hydrate yourself while in it. This is not like a walk in sauna. It’s a smaller space with ALOT of steamed heatRead more

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  2. Amy

    **EIGHT MONTH FOLLOW UP** Scroll down for my original review when I first got it and used it several times. I’ve now had this steam tent for about eight months and have used it heavily — at least once a day. My opinion of the benefit and capabilities of this unit hasn’t changed. The steam is still hot, it still makes me sweat, I still feel incredible after using it. I haven’t abused it but I have used it a lot and now several areas are showing some wear. 1. One of the structural pipes has totally wilted because of the heat. This happened slowly. I’m sure if I put that piece of PVC in a bathtub of hot water it would soften up so I could straighten it out but either way the structural integrity is probably compromised. It’s still usable, but the tent sags on one side where this 36″ piece is now 26″ tall because of wilting. 2. The bottom of the tent leaks. Water finds its way through anything, and some loosening stitches definitely won’t contain it. It’s not a major deal because I’ve actually started using it outside in my backyard, which is kind of nice. However, do NOT plan on using this on hardwood floors, carpet, or basically any other surface you don’t want to get wet. You COULD put towels down but I wouldn’t really consider that a good solution. You’re just going to have sopping wet towels on the floor. 3. The steam unit has a little hose, on the end of the hose is a plastic connector that attaches to the tent. That plastic connector, like the entire unit, really, is subject to a lot of heat and moisture (obviously) and has become brittle. I’m gentle with it but it’s starting to crumble and it’s really just a matter of time before it’s crumbs and I’ll have to get another unit (which I will) or jimmy-rig it in some way. Again, this is all with heavy use. And obviously if I use it all the time, I really like the effects of steam. So I’m not saying it’s junk and not to buy it, I’m just saying to be realistic about heat and moisture and, over time, how they will affect plastic and polyester. I would look at this unit as a hygiene item like a toothbrush that’s going to need to be replaced at some point, not a family heirloom that will still look new many years from now. And I will replace it, because I also view steam treatments as being as important as brushing my teeth. **ORIGINAL REVIEW** I love steam and sauna. I’ve always chosen my gym based on if they have steam and sauna. I’ve been to Banya 5 in Seattle and enjoyed the 220+ degree sauna there. If I had built-in units in my house, I’d be in them all the time. But, I don’t have them and now my gym is at home, so I needed a way to have deep sweat-inducing heat treatments. That lead me to these units, and when I started doing my research, I was skeptical. The main concern I had was, “Will it get hot enough?” Before I ordered it, I was already thinking of getting a second steam unit so I could double them up, “just in case.” Well friends, as someone who pushes heat therapy to the max, I’m here to tell you that this little unit satisfies. I’ve had it a few weeks now and am really happy with it so far. The overall experience… It gets hot in the tent. Whether you sit on the chair with your head poking out, or you’re limber enough to get down in the tent, you will eventually get hot enough that you have to get out. “Well I sat in there for 50 minutes and it never got hot enough,” is not something you will say. You’ll be able to “sweat it all out,” it will give you that “ultra clean” feeling you’re looking for. I have no trouble getting my body temperature up a few degrees when I use this (thermometer verified) and sweating to exhaustion. The chair… The chair is functional but not really that comfortable. “Well it looks like a comfortable outdoor chair to me, just like the ones at REI!” Yeah, it does, doesn’t it? But it’s not. Take my word for it, it’s a cheapie version of one of those chairs and it’ll put uncomfortable pressure on your back and legs unless you put a couple thick towels over it — which you’ll want to do anyway, as well as on the floor of the tent, to soak up some of the water. Otherwise you will be sloshing around. The steam unit… The steam unit is just a plastic bucket with a ceramic heating element. It’s very simple in its design. It works fine but I also wouldn’t be surprised if it gave out eventually and needed to be replaced — which I would. I am sold on having a steam tent in my house forever. It has a timer but no remote. Which means it blows steam until the timer stops. This is alright, but for long sessions, it would be nice to be able to easily stop/start the unit without having to get up, get out, and unplug it. I guess if you ran it through a smart device, or a clapper, you could get that feature. The tent… The tent has two components — the tent material, and the plastic piping skeletal structure. The tent material is like a polyester and mostly waterproof. I have noticed a small amount of leaking around the bottom seams, but just a little. Again, you need to put a towel or two down on the floor of it to soak up the condensation (and probably the sweat). The quality is okay but, like the steam bucket, at some point after a lot of use, don’t be surprised if it’s time to replace it. The plastic piping is fine, I think I’ve noticed a little bit of flex and bend as a result of the heat. It is relatively easy to take apart and put in a box or something but, depending how often you’re disassembling and reassembling, I could see that significantly speeding up the wear and tear. Leaving it always set up would be ideal, of course that depends on your space availability. You will need to wipe it down and position it for drying after you’re done. Don’t put it away wet or it’ll get moldy. The inlet where you connect the steam unit to the tent is right on the back of the tent. It would be nice if it had an inlet on three of the four sides, or even all of them, to choose from. The back is the highest point and would be the most comfortable to position against a wall and lean against if you’re sitting down in the tent, but since the steam is coming out, that’s not possible unless you want to burn yourself. Usability…. I’m 5’10, 200lbs. Size-wise, I would describe the tent as “just big enough” for me to sit on the floor in. It’s basically just short/high enough that my head touches the top. It’d be nice if it was a couple inches taller or a square-cube shape (instead of being curved) but that’s minor. Sitting down in the tent will require a modest level of limberness. If you have mobility issues that prevent you from going from sitting on the floor to standing without assistance or something to lean on, I wouldn’t count on using it this way. Overall… In my opinion, a deep sweat is one of the best therapies for enhancing my well-being. I know that’s “magic talk” to some people but it’s just a must for me… and if you’re similar, you know what I’m talking about. And you’re considering this because you want a way to facilitate that. This will do that for you.Read more

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  3. LJ

    I wrote a glowing revoew of this product after 1 use but I must revise. On my second use of this sauna I decided to wear my sauna suit for more sweating…the fist time I used I was naked. The suana suit got plenty wet but when I took it off I was completely dry my skin wasn’t even damp. This got me thinking…why? I went back to the reviews and read on that stated she thought her damp skin was from the steam and not from sweating….this is a big difference! I took a 3rd steam again naked and what I noticed was when I got out after 30 minutes there was NO CHANGE TO MY SKIN COLOR. I do dry saunas at the Y every chance I get and after 15 minutes I walk out of the sauna with red splotchy skin and a vibrate glow …you could tell something was going on. This sauna does NOT provide any of the benefits of a true sauna. Too bad. Say thanks for saving you a $100 and lots of floor space!Read more

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  4. Kelley Kerlick

    I bought this as a bit of a joke. My husband was sad we didn’t have a gym membership that had a sauna so I sent him a picture of the one I found on Amazon. For a little over $100, I thought, “Why not?” We weren’t expecting much but this sauna is AWESOME!! We love it! A tip is to put a towel in the bottom to soak up the steam that collects on the bottom of the device. I wouldn’t use it on carpeted areas or hard woods in case water soaks out. When we are done, we wipe it out and place a box fan near it to dry it out before storage.Read more

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  5. Nick

    UPDATE: this little sucker can get into the 120°’s. I toss a towel over the head hole to keep the heat in. I dont use the chair, i just sit cross legged inside it for a full body steam. perfect little steam sauna. it takes about 15 minutes to warm up and it hits about 110º. easy to set up and get the steam machine going.Read more

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  6. Dan

    Product broken after two uses. Its really cheap garbage. The temperature doesn’t regulate properly. The hose pops out because of cheap fittings. The Chair broke. Overall, this purcase is a total waste. Customer service is non-existent. Another con company on amazon.Read more

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  7. Amazon Customer

    I love this thing!! I’ve had it for a week and have used it three times after a workout. It definitely does make you sweat! It was very easy to put together and required no tools. I can fit In It with no problem (5’10” male 192lbs) and love the fact that I can still have use of my hands… Only flaw is the steamer is no visible while inside. So no real indicator of when it stops. Update: chair broke so I’m gonna lower my rating. Update: I am noticing that all the water at the bottom of the tent is not my sweat. However, I still do sweat and my heart rate does increase (noticed by Fitbit). Still think it’s worth it even if I am not sweating as hard as I thought. I also have seen less puffiness in my body the next day after use.Read more

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  8. Martin Mihal

    Does the trick. Nothing fancy. If I get a year out of this ill be happy. TIPs: -drop a towel to cover the floor (helps in clean up) -start it up 20 mins before going in -light cool shower before using it / and after -drop towel on the seat before sitting and sweating on it -make sure dual steam spout is pointed sideways and not up towards seat -towel dry up everything after use to prevent moul. blow dry with fan or hair dryer if your ocd. -drink plenty of water before and after. -cold shower to close skin pours after. Sweating is great for health and detox.Read more

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  9. Eric

    En général très bonne qualité,le tissu style toile très résistante et les coutures toutes bien fait.Le générateur de vapeur fonctionne très bien mais un peu long à attendre sa chaleur 12 à 15 min mais je me suis trouvé un petit trucs je fait chauffé l’eau dans ma bouilloire et je transvide,et pour là chaise très solide mais vue que je suis pas très grand 5″5 ou 165cm je trouve la chaise un peu basse.Read more

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  10. Tess

    I like the fact that I can have a sauna experience at the comfort of my home. Its gets really hot but I can always open one or two zippers for ventilation. I always put eucalyptus oil and the aroma is very soothing. It helps me With aching legs, joints, and feet. I just have to make sure to wipe it and dry it with electric fan to avoid molds. My only wish is for it to be foldable so I can easily stow it away after use and not struggle to dismantle it after Im done.Read more

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  11. Julia

    I received my order and the packaging was beautiful. Easy to carry with a string attrached to the box. Was very pleased. Assembly was a nightmare. None of the poles connected unfortunately and the chair almost broke when I sat in it. Steamer and tent were good quality but the skeleton was less than satisfactory. I was also missing a few pieces. Will have to return unfortunately.Read more

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  12. Ankur bhatti

    Was thinking of buying it from couple of months. Finally ordered it. And found it amazing. Not as good as the actual steam sauna. I can say 90% perfect, which is way better at this price. Felt amazing. Inner structure is not to rigid. It’s little delicate.Definitely worth buy. Steamer is good to an hour with one fill. Chair is not too rigid.Read more

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