Yes the lights cost $600 and it comes with air purifier...the new 2018 tents are up for pre-order next month so that will prolly run another 700 bucks...So overall like 1300...hopefully it's well worth it!!
So that voltage is good to bust a good sweat??
I think the ability for you to get a good sweat is more dependent on the wattage of the bulbs than their voltage. The website didn't seem to make any mention of the bulbs' wattage.
No matter, though, you'll know soon enough! In addition to the wattage of the bulbs, you can vary the intensity by moving closer or farther away. Be sure to read whatever instructions came with the sauna and follow them accordingly.
I've long wanted to get a sauna for myself. The following articles made it seem affordable:www.infrared-light-therapy.com/build-your-own-infrared-sauna/www.quantifiedbob.com/2017/05/how-to-build-a-near-infrared-sauna-for-under-150/www.youtube.com/watch?v=il_tRUrKeUw
More recently, however, I've become more interested in a portable steam sauna. But, whether steam, far infrared, near infrared, or full spectrum, they all likely have some benefit.
Let us know how it goes for you!