Besides their stunning wooden design, Saunas are a fantastic way of detoxifying the whole body through the perspiration process, helping to remove waste from the body and skin. This can improve overall health by enhancing blood circulation which can reduce joint stiffness and may relieve other conditions caused by poor circulation. Saunas are know for relieving stress and tension, as well as, rejuvenating skin cells leaving you feeling relaxed and looking youthful and refreshed.
Is the Vista Mini Sauna for you?
Take your health regime to the next level with our incredible Vista Mini Sauna.
This indulgent set up features plenty of room for up to four adults to create your very own slice of paradise, right in your backyard. Meticulously hand-crafted from durable Rustic Cedar Wood, this Sauna also employs Bitumen roofing to ensure it will stand up to absolutely all outdoor elements.
Powered by a grunty 6kW Traditional Sauna Heater and hot rocks, this Sauna truly is your personal wellness centre. Fit-out with user friendly controls, you can easily set the temperature for your ideal sweat session while a thermometer and sand timer let you keep track of when it’s time for a break.
You’ll also love the dedicated 4-litre bucket and ladle which let you easily crank it back up when you’re ready for your next session!
If you love the view, but want to squeeze a couple more of your mates in to see it, check out our larger Vista Barrel Sauna!
The Vista Mini Sauna
- Total Seats 4 Seater
- Heater 6kW Traditional Heater
- Dimensions 190 (W) x 204 (H) x 169 cm (D)
- Power 32 amps
- Dry Weight 420kg
- Construction Crafted from Rustic Cedar Wood
- Warranty 5 Year structural, 2 Year equipment
Your rightful place on the throne
An engaging layout or a place to relax – it’s up to you.
Tempered Safety Glass Window
The inclusion of a tempered safety glass window opens up some incredible opportunities to enjoy your sauna with a view. Whether you have a sprawling view to appreciate, or simply make the most of a stunning sunrise or sunset, the options are endless. With tempered glass being both physically and thermally stronger than that of standard glass you can rest assured this window is safe and will stand the test of time through thousands of sauna sessions.
Seats up to Four
The Vista Mini Sauna is a traditional outdoor sauna, designed for the backyard and can comfortably fit up to 4 people.
Ergonomic Back Support
We know that sitting down can be uncomfortable – especially in sweltering heat. That’s why we’ve made it super comfortable with back rests that perfectly mould and comfort the arches of your back.
We’re packing heat
Our Saunas use a Traditional 6kW Heater combined with hot rocks to control temperature and humidity to soothe aches; pains, and calm your nerves, leaving your body and mind feeling refreshed and relaxed.
This Scandinavian heater is perfect for medium sized sauna rooms. Its efficient heater can store up to 22kg of stones for effective heat radiation. It contains a heat reflector which helps protect the wall and distribute heat.
Don’t just take our word for it!
NZ’s leading athletes and sports specialists use Alpine Saunas to take their performance and recovery to the next level.
Elite Netballer, Jane Watson, believes regular sauna use is a game changer when it comes to physical recovery as well as total relaxation.
“My training is frequent and can get very full-on. I really notice the difference if I have a particularly hard training day and skip my sauna session afterward, I’m definitely more fatigued the next day, says Watson.
Dave Wood is a movement and breathing specialist who works with elite Kiwi athletes to enhance their recovery, endurance, and ability to remain calm under pressure.
Through his training of top athletes, he’s found regular sauna use to improve cardiovascular health, improve brain function, and provide mental resilience as well as stress management.
Wood says after you begin sweating in the sauna, your cardiovascular system engages, and the heart rate rises to facilitate expanded blood vessels. “At this stage of your sauna session, the body begins to harvest all of the benefits of actual exercise except you are passively sitting in relaxation,” says Wood.
Call the shots
Choose how you relax with controls at your fingertips.
Easy to Use
Control when your heater turns on in advance to make sure it’s at the desired temperature – right when you want to use it. Easy and straightforward to use.
A different class
Incredible construction to make your sauna last the test of time.
Rustic Cedar Wood
This sauna is handcrafted from Rustic Cedar Wood, which we have selected due to its incredibly low-maintenance and durable nature. To add further benefits, this wood will resist mould and insects, making it perfect for a long life outdoors.
Tempered Glass Door
With tempered glass, you can be sure that your door won’t shatter or break in high temperatures, or when you’re opening and closing it.
The other good stuff
Extra features that set your sauna above the rest
A sand timer allows you to keep track of time while in the sauna, ensuring you stay in for as long as you planned to.
Heat & Humidity Gauge
With a thermometer and humidity gauge, you can keep track of how hot your sauna is, and how humid.
Keep your favourite magazines on hand and tidy with a built in magazine rack.
Keep your robe on hand and easy to access with hooks on the outside of the sauna.
Ladle & Bowl
Our traditional saunas include a ladle and bowl to scoop water onto the rocks, adding steam and increasing the humidity.
Give it a glow
Health benefits that make it worth your time.
Relaxation & Sleep
The most immediate relief the sauna offers is simple relaxation as it melts away the stresses and tensions of everyday life. You’ll feel rejuvenated and renewed, restored in both body and mind.
The sweating achieved after a few minutes in a sauna carries off deeply imbedded impurities and dead skin cells, leaving the skin glowing and immaculately clean. It stimulates the sweat glands, releasing built-up toxins and waste.
Increased blood circulation carries off metabolic waste products and delivers oxygen-rich blood to oxygen-depleted muscles so they recover faster.
Eases Joint Pain and Stiffness
Radiant heat therapy is used to treat patients suffering from many forms of arthritis. In addition, it has been proven effective in the treatment of sprains, neuralgia, bursitis, muscle spasms, joint stiffness and many other muscular-skeletal ailments.
Every Alpine Sauna is backed by an impressive warranty to give you peace of mind.
We Deliver Nationwide
We are proud to be one of the only Spa Pool retailers that always have stock on hand. This means when you’ve selected your new relaxation retreat we can deliver it as soon as you’re ready.
Can we deliver to you? Enquire now for information on delivery depots, manpower, driveway, hiab and rural deliveries.
Frequently asked questions
ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE VISTA BARREL SAUNA
Traditional saunas use a stove to heat the air. As the temperature of the air increases around you, the temperature of your body increases as well due to absorption by heat convection. This causes your body to start the cooling process by transporting blood closer to the surface of the skin and opening pores through sweating.
Infrared saunas also heat the surrounding air but to a lesser degree. Instead, infrared saunas use infrared heaters to emit a specific wavelength of infrared light. Your skin absorbs this wavelength, causing your body’s temperature to rise. This elicits the same effects as a traditional sauna with less overall heat needed.
Yes, we provide comprehensive manuals alongside several videos to explain how to assemble the Sauna in a step-by-step basis. However, we do advise organising the help of a builder or expert handyman, as this Sauna assembly can be a big job for casual DIYers.
One of the main differences between a traditional sauna and an infrared sauna is the heat involved while inside the unit.
Traditional dry saunas use temperatures as high as 80 to 90 degrees Celsius, which can overwhelm those who are more sensitive to the heat.
Infrared saunas use a much milder temperature environment of between 45 to 65 degrees Celsius. However, because the heat of infrared saunas travels much deeper into the body, they can cause a more vigorous sweat at lower temperature.
Another difference between a traditional sauna and an infrared sauna is the amount of power required to operate each unit.
Traditional saunas require more overall power to run. Our traditional saunas have either a 6kw heater (Barrel) or a 9kw heater (Hut). Our infrared saunas have either a 1.5kw heater (Oslo) or a 2.4kw heater (Copenhagen).
This means that a traditional sauna is more expensive to run than an infrared sauna. This can make a difference, depending on how often you use the unit.
Yes, we work directly with GEM finance to offer our customers practical finance options.
GEM finance is one of New Zealand’s leading finance providers and works in conjunction with most major retailers around the country.
Visit our finance options page for more information.
The Alpine Promise
We stand behind all of our saunas.
NZ’s Largest Spa Pool Retailer
With over 30,000 happy customers we are New Zealand’s Largest Spa Pool Retailer.
We have the largest Spa Pool showrooms in New Zealand, so you’re sure to find a model perfect for you!
Feel free to step inside one of our showrooms in Auckland or Christchurch to see the products for yourself. Take a step inside the tubs themselves (no togs required) to take a closer look and test out the seating and layout and feel fully convinced of your choice. We appreciate it can be a big decision and we’re here to help you find the right one!
NZ Wide Service Agents
We understand the importance of speedy after-sales service. We hold a full inventory or spare parts for fast service in the unlikely event of a repair. Our highly skilled technicians can go directly to you, anywhere in New Zealand.
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