Why you need the Atlantic Saunas Snug 2 Person Outdoor Sauna
The Atlantic Saunas Snug 2 Person Outdoor Sauna will make your outdoor space a luxurious and therapeutic hideaway. Constructed with premium quality hemlock and weather proof composite panel (WPC), this sauna can withstand even the harshest weather conditions. Measuring at 1200 x 1100 x 2500, this spacious sauna offers ample room for two people to comfortably relax in.
The interior controls allow you to adjust the steam output and temperature settings according to your preferences. For added convenience, the 4.5KW Stove requires only a 4mm cable connection by an electrician. And if that's not enough, you can also enjoy a relaxing light therapy session facilitated by the 7 Colour therapy light! Transform your outdoors with this professional-grade sauna and experience luxury and serenity like never before.
Atlantic Saunas Snug 2 Person Outdoor Sauna Features
- Materials: Hemlock +Weather proof composite panel (WPC)
- Size: 1200*1100*2500
- Controls: Interior
- Power: 4.5KW Stove - requires 4mm cable connection by an electrician
- Additions: 7 Colour therapy light
Why Atlantic Saunas?
Atlantic Saunas offers beautifully crafted authentic Finnish saunas for your home. Atlantic founders have a decade of experience, and a burning passion for physical and mental well-being. Based on the north coast of Ireland near the ever-inviting North Atlantic Ocean, the company closely observed the developing role of hot and cold therapy in health and wellness, and was naturally drawn to heat therapy in the form of sauna relaxation.
Using only sustainably sourced 100% Canadian hemlock wood, Atlantic produces compact, yet superbly comfortable traditional saunas in which the heat can be adjusted with the turn of a switch, the humidity with a splash of water on the lava stones and essential oils added for calming aromas. This bespoke experience offers enormous health benefits, including pain and stress relief, improved cardiovascular health and enhanced mood.
The history of the traditional sauna dates back an impressive 10,000 years, and its culture is an integral part of Finnish life. For many Finns, the sauna is a place to disconnect; a means to be silent, still and spiritual. The traditional sauna is typically heated to between 70oC and 110oC, and becomes a hot and humid paradise. Water is poured onto heated stones to create the distinctive löyly, or atmosphere, of a traditional steam sauna. This atmosphere can be as humid or as dry as the bather desires, though typically it is kept to around 5% to 15%. Aromatherapy can also be used as part of a traditional sauna session, with additional scents and oils that have been added to the water. Users of the traditional Finnish sauna will typically stay in the sauna room for up to 30 minutes, after which time they may choose to get out and take a cold shower or ‘plunge’ (complete submersion in cold water) before repeating the process as many times as desired. This cycle of sauna and plunge is used to improve circulation and muscle function, stimulate the immune system, and also release endorphins.
Infrared (IR) saunas are not considered to be true saunas by most Finnish sauna societies as they do not use heated air. They were created to meet the demand for saunas in the US, where a combination of insufficient power supplies and strict flue regulations make it extremely difficult to install a traditional wood-burning sauna (US appliances run on 110 volts, UK appliances on 220 volts and European ones on around 400 volts). The heat of an infrared sauna is usually kept between 50oC and 60oC, with no humidity unless a separate steam generator is added. The result of this is much longer, milder, and usually drier heating sessions compared to what you would experience in a traditional sauna.
Both infrared and traditional saunas offer established clinical benefits for cardiovascular disease, rheumatoid diseases, chronic fatigue and pain. They both have positive influence on exercise performance, skin moisture barrier properties, and muscle recovery. However, due to the distinct arrangement of heat and humidity, only the traditional sauna provides protection against memory diseases such as dementia and Alzheimer’s, risk of pneumonia, arterial stiffness and respiratory disease. Traditional saunas have been found to offer psychological and lifestyle advantages that have been unmatched by other sauna types. In a global sauna survey, relaxation and stress reduction, mental health improvement, socialisation, and enhanced sleep were the primary reasons most people chose to bathe in a traditional sauna. With the intermittant cold plunge, pleasant feelings of dissociation and relaxation are evoked from a strong rush of endorphins.
Infrared saunas will always be cheaper than traditional ones and, though this is an appealing factor, it is likely that the mass-produced materials used in their construction will have been unethically sourced. Traditional sauna companies use properly heat and moisture treated woods, usually from Finland, where laws and regulations are stringent and the highest standards are assured. Traditional saunas require expert knowledge on design, build, insulation and ventilation, whereas infrared saunas tend to come flat-packed and ready to be assembled, with no need for specialised knowledge or skill. Worthy of note is that the majority of commercial saunas in hotels and spas are traditional, as opposed to infrared, for the aforementioned advantages.
Dimensions: 1200 x 1100 x 2500
Power usage: 4.5kW - requires 4mm cable connection by an electrician
Warranty, Shipping & Returns
Atlantic Saunas come with a one year warranty.
Shipping is FREE on all orders to our customers in UK. If your order is in stock we'll ship it within 5 working days from the date of your order. Shipping usually takes between 3-5 working days.
Our saunas are shipped on a double pallet and our standard delivery is for kerbside only. Pallet delivery drivers are not insured to carry products into your property therefore the customer needs to arrange for someone to be on site at time of delivery to move the sauna to a safe place. You will receive contact from the delivery company on the morning of delivery for an ETA. Please keep your phone on loud in case the driver has difficulty finding you. Unsuccessful deliveries and redeliveries will incur a charge.
Please inspect the packaging of your item(s) when they arrive, if you notice any damage, you should make note of it when signing for delivery. If your item(s) do arrive damaged please send photos of the damage, box & SKU, along with a brief description of the damage to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will process an insurance claim on your behalf. Photos and videos must be sent for freight damage within 24 hours of arrival or the freight damage claim will not be valid. Any punctures, or visible signs of exterior damage must be reported within 24 hours.
If you need to exchange your product, you may do so. You, as the customer, are responsible for any shipping costs throughout any returns and exchange processes.
All orders that are unboxed and still in original packaging are subject to a full refund if returned within 30 days of purchase. Items that have been unpackaged will be subject to a restocking fee (plus the shipping charge). Usually this fee will be 20% of the total, however this can be confirmed on receipt of the product once it's been returned to the warehouse.
If you are exchanging the product with something else, we may be able to help you cover some of the costs depending on the product.