SweatTent Outdoor Sauna
SweatTent Outdoor Sauna
- Insulated pop up sauna tent
- Stainless steel sauna stove
- 20 lbs of sauna rocks
- Sauna rock basket
- Wood thermometer
- Ergonomic fire poker
- Weatherproof roof cover
- Heat resistant gloves
- Instruction manual
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Insulated, water resistant & durable. Our special "QuickPop" design allows you to set up alone or with a partner. Comes with carry bag. Weighs 30 lbs.
Our specially designed stainless steel stove produces the highest heat output possible (200°F) in the shortest amount of time (30 minutes). Comes with carry bag. Weighs 50 lbs.
Pour water over the rocks to create hot steam and turn your SweatTent into a steam sauna.
Fiberglass roof cover ensures your Sweat Tent is protected from the elements.
For safe handling of the stove and stoking the fire.
Our handcrafted wooden thermometer displays both temperature and humidity.
A physical, easy to understand instruction manual is included with every purchase.
Every SweatTent comes with a 1 year limited lifetime warranty that covers the tent and the stove.
- Jack W.Verified ReviewerI recommend this productSweatTent helped you to... Sleep better, Reduce stress levels, Detoxify, Improve circulationWhere do you use your SweatTent? My backyardRated 5 out of 5 stars6 months agoSweat tent trial runs
During the first week of having the Sweat Tent I used it 6 times. It has done everything I expected it to. The space inside could fit 3-4 people if needed. Any more than that and you’re likely getting too close to the burning hot stove. I feel like 2-3 is the right number though for a good sauna session. I use it on my deck, I placed some rubber mats underneath to help regulate how much air flow can come from below with a piece of treated plywood underneath the actual stove. I have gotten it to 200°+ but found that I prefer it right around 170-180° with about 50-60 on the hygrometer. Best to get the fire going with kindling then continue to stoke with medium sized split hard firewood for a long even burn. Quality of the tent is great so far, I’ve used it in a blizzard. with plenty of snow on the roof. Be prepared for some of the seams to leak as the heat melts snow off the roof. I didn’t mind this as it added humidity. The first few sessions I kept all window coverings on because I questioned the ability for the plastic windows to hold heat well, I later noticed that if you have a good burning fire you’re probably fine to take the covers off as it holds heat quite well. Keep in mind I‘ve only used it in below freezing temps as I’m in the middle of Minnesota winter. All in all, so far so good and happy with my purchase/investment.
- Caleb G.Verified ReviewerI recommend this productSweatTent helped you to... Reduce stress levels, Detoxify, Reduce inflammationWhere do you use your SweatTent? My backyardRated 5 out of 5 stars6 months agoEverything and more!
After one use of this sauna, I am sold! This thing is everything it was billed to be and an economically conscious investment. This is a great addition to the backyard, revitalization camp that I have set up.
- Andy L.Verified ReviewerI recommend this productSweatTent helped you to... Detoxify, Improve circulation, Reduce stress levels, Boost metabolism, Sleep betterWhere do you use your SweatTent? My backyardRated 5 out of 5 stars6 months agoBest sauna all around A+!!
Probably the best purchase ive made yet!
Everything is as advertised and beyond!! The initial setup is simple and QUICK! Once you season your stove (outside not inside the sweat tent) for a hour. You’re officially ready to sweat! And it doesn’t disappoint.. 200f in 30 minutes. If you’re going to leave your sweat tent outside over a snow fall i would recommend putting an 80 inch pole in the middle of the sweat tent where the roof is where the supporting joint is that pops down so it doesn’t collapse due to the weight. Otherwise you can just take it down and set it up every time. This is by no means a bad thing just preference for those who want to leave their sweat tent up. If you’re worried about the tent fading due to sun exposure.. you can always put a tarp over it and remove the top portion of the pipes the pop out the roof. Just my two cents! Killer product!! I highly recommend it for anyone who wants to get all the benefits of saunas!!
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. Our tents are constructed with two layers of durable fabric with one layer of insulation in-between that retains heat very well, even in colder climates. When used properly, it will retain heat in temperatures of 10°F+ without loss in efficiency.
Our tents are made of Oxford 210D Nylon that is rated to 300°F, meaning it will not melt or leach chemicals at 200°F (the approximate highest temperature our saunas go). The tent windows are made of a high-temperature performance TPU. We put our saunas through testing using the highest quality, USA NIST calibrated equipment on the market from Forensics Detectors. Our test results show that when SweatTent is heated to 200°F there are zero concentrations of CO or VOCs present in the air.
We recommend concrete, tile, dirt, grass, turf, wood (unvarnished), or ice (at least 1 ft thick).
It takes 30 minutes to reach 180-200 degrees Fahrenheit, depending on how much wood you use. 3-5 wood logs is typically sufficient.
6ft (L) x 6ft (W) x 7ft (H)
It does not smell, and there is not much cleaning required. Moisture runs down the sides of the tent walls and drains onto the ground. Any residual moisture is evaporated due to the high heat inside the tent. You can spray it down with a hose if you’d like, but it is not necessary. Generally speaking, saunas are quite clean environments, including SweatTent!
The tent has a built-in skirt running along both the inside and outside. It is recommended to weigh down the skirt with weights such as rocks or wood. It also comes with ground stakes and ropes to tie it down and secure it further in windier conditions.
Yes, you can leave it up permanently. SweatTent is made from a durable, weather-resistant fabric and includes a fiberglass roof cover. However, we do recommend packing it up for storage inside during times of extreme weather.
Each order includes the tent, stove, rocks, rocks holder, thermometer, roof cover, fire poker & gloves. The bench, water bucket+ladle, and other accessories are available as add ons.
The max length of firewood you can feed into the stove is 16 inches, but we recommend using wood cut to 12 inches long. The opening of the stove is 8.5 inches wide x 5 inches tall.
Nope! Thanks to our innovative stove design with a built-in spark arrestor, Sweat Tent does not produce much smoke at all. We also recommend using kiln-dried hardwoods with minimal bark to produce the least amount of smoke possible.
Just 3 minutes from unzip to fire lit with our special "QuickPop" tent design and "EasyStack" chimney.
Our powerful stove combined with our 3-ply insulated tent produce the highest heat output possible (200°F) in the shortest amount of time (30 minutes)
Spacious interior fits 3 people comfortably.
Pay an average of $2 per sauna session (3 wood logs)
Retains heat very well, even in colder climates. Tested in temperatures as low as 10°F.
Our integrated spark arrestor, fire-retardant roof, & steel-plated chimney vent protect your sauna and your surroundings from damage.
Made from heat-resistant Oxford 210D Nylon & TPU, and tested in temperatures exceeding 200°F, you can rest assured that there is no risk of chemical off-gassing.