If you're willing to be bold and throw everything you've ever seen so far overboard. When it came to saunas, there was always one drawback: anyone wishing to turn a hotel room into a private spa suite by installing a sauna, needed sufficient space to do it. And that space could then no longer be used for other purposes once the sauna was installed.
The designers' vision: the really ingenious solution to this challenge was a sauna, which is very small when not being used - and really large if guests want to relax in “their” own sauna. In this way, significantly more hotel rooms were able to be quickly and easily transformed into private spa suites with little building effort. And this sauna should also be designed as a completely self-contained, mobile system. That way the sauna could be moved like a closet, if necessary.
Now, after about three years of intensive development work and a whole range of pioneering technological developments, the fascinating result of this completely new approach is ready for the market and can be ordered from mid-July: the new S1 from KLAFS, the sauna of the future.
The key highlight of this sauna is its minimal space requirements. In its fully retracted position, the S1 is only 60 centimeters deep, just like the average closet. Yet the S1 is a really stylish, high-quality, beautifully designed sauna down to the last detail and with room for the whole family. By pressing a button on the new, extremely compact and slim controls on the front panel, the S1 extends into a ready-to-use sauna in just 20 seconds and is nearly three times as deep. That's because it consists of three elements which can be completely fitted into each other. And all that virtually silently and synchronously, thanks to the patent-pending eMove technology.
The reclining bench of the S1 can be easily pulled forward by ten centimeters after the cabin has been extended and thus offers an additional plus in comfort. On request, the S1 is also available with a folding bench for lying comfortably in pairs - the reclining space can be doubled very quickly by simply unfolding.
The main highlights of the KLAFS S1 at a glance