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Florens Sauna

Finally, a dry-heat sauna made to fit your life.

We’re building an at-home sauna, for an easy, pleasurable way to recharge your body, mind, and spirit.

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Sauna Features


Dry heat experience

Resistive heat panels (not IR) quickly and efficiently give your body a full-heat immersion experience—like traditional wood fire or electric stoves—but without the space reqs or energy consumption.


Tiny footprint + standard plug-in

It’s a single-person sauna meant to fit in your bedroom, bathroom, garage — wherever you want it! It runs off a standard 110v/15a outlet, so no electrician needed.


Schedule sessions

More sauna more often thanks to smart scheduling. Start the sauna through your app, and watch it heat up in real-time. Notifications let you know when it’s ready, so you’re never left guessing.


Monitor health impact

Link your wearables to see sauna’s health impact. Connect your sessions duration, temperature, and more with vital data like heart-rate variability + resting heart rate.


Guided multi-sensory experiences

We’ve curated protocols to get you from newbie → sauna adeptus. Vibe to your favorite sauna playlist: coordinate heat, lights, music, aromatherapy, and more.


Go further together

Connect with Florens members in our owner’s community, learn how deep the rabbit hole goes, and share your own journey to inspire others.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much will it cost?

We’re targeting a $5,000 starting price.

When can I get one?

We’re targeting first deliveries in June 2023. We’ll prioritize folks who signed up earlier on the waitlist. By March 2023, we’ll have a handful of demo units we’ll be setting up in pop-ups around the US to get a taste in-person.

How hot does it get?

190°F max temperature (regulation restricted.) We’re targeting a 10min heat up time to 165°F, and a 20m time to max.

Do I need a dedicated circuit / electrician installation?

Nope. We’re designing this to operate off the most common 110v / 15A outlets. Just plug in and get sweating.

Is this an infrared sauna?

Nope. We’re using resistive heat (just like traditional electric heaters) for a dry heat experience.

Do I need to worry about humidity or water damage?

Nope, it’s not a wet sauna. With our recirculating ventilation + self-contained floor pan, there shouldn’t be any room ventilation or floor requirements. Sweat will add a little humidity, but nothing that would impact the room it’s in.

Is this indoor, outdoor, or both?

We’re designing it for indoor-use. Today, we’re unsure how it’ll wear outside, but we’ll put it through paces to get a solid recommendation in place if you do plan on outdoor use.

Does the sauna leak heat?

Barely. In our testing, we’ve only noticed minor temp changes (eg. a small room at 72°F bumped to 73°F after sauna heat up.)