Living in a tiny urban apartment means you have to learn to live without certain amenities. Thanks to a German company called Klafs, a sauna doesn’t have to be one of them. Its new Sauna S1 folds away like a telescoping camera lens, so it’s no bigger than a bookshelf when not in use.
Sometimes squeezing a foam ball just isn't an effective way to deal with stress. So if you're the head of a giant corporation, or even the president of a large country, consider having this self-contained portable sauna at your disposal.
What I hate about camping, or going anywhere that doesn't have a roof? The lack of immediate access to an easily portable six-person sauna. You know, one with a wood-burning fire, a bench, a changing room, maybe a shower. The essentials, I mean.
Okay, so maybe it's kind of funny that the BBC has called out Nokia for the struggling mobile company's crippling sauna addiction. That doesn't mean it's not a legitimate concern! Because when your company's this far down in the dumps, it might not be the right time to install a steam room in your Zimbabwe office.
It's 2009. And to sweat your balls off, you shouldn't need to squeeze into a little room with a bunch of other sweaty men.
Screw jacuzzi-ing on top of Mont Blanc, or shrinking your unmentionables in a freezing ice sauna, this is the best kind of winter sport relaxation: a ski gondola has been converted into a sauna. Ohboy yes, you can dangle free and naked over a snowy mountain in the Lapland resort of Ylläs. Après-ski? Nah... with…
Healthmate's sauna uses infrared technology to make your sauna-going experience all the more pleasurable. Rather than having to heat the air and have steam do all the work, the infrared heats the body directly. The company claims that within 30 minutes users can lose up to 1,000 calories. Additionally, all that…