Rent A Sauna Ltd located at 7b 7, Concord Way, Dukinfield SK16 4DB, UK

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Liz March

5 Google Rating

Sarah at the office, and the engineer who came and fitted the sauna were so very helpful. I bought t

5/ 5

Sarah at the office, and the engineer who came and fitted the sauna were so very helpful. I bought the product a year ago and if I have ever need any help or support, during the rental and after I bought it, they have been AMAZING!!!!! Cannot fault there helpfulness or their products!! A*****

marianneeva1

5 Google Rating

I rented a sauna for 12 weeks, I found it to be a reasonable price and good service. At one point th

5/ 5

I rented a sauna for 12 weeks, I found it to be a reasonable price and good service. At one point the sauna had an issue and someone was sent out to fix it within a few days. I was given credit for the days I couldn't use the sauna, which I thought was very fair. Overall renting a sauna is a good way to find out if you like using one at home. You then have the option to buy it. I would recommend this company without hesitation.

Janet Robinson

1 Google Rating

Great idea so I enquired re hiring after their show at Event City in November. I chased the enquiry

1/ 5

Great idea so I enquired re hiring after their show at Event City in November. I chased the enquiry on numerous occasions during Nov & Dec as I wanted it as a Christmas present for my husband. It is now April and still no followup!

Miwa Aiymbek

3 Google Rating

3/ 5

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  • Sunday10:00 AM - 04:00 PM
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  • Wednesday10:00 AM - 04:00 PM
  • Thursday10:00 AM - 04:00 PM
  • Friday24 hours open
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