The dome delivers - review of Tiny Dome with Window
I am reviewing the Tiny Dome with Window. It works great for my small space, which is a carpeted spare bedroom.
The dome strikes a good balance between insulation and ventilation.
I am a heat freak. The dome delivers. It gets plenty hot and humid for my taste. (Due to higher relative humidity levels that I obtain with the sauna pot going full blast, I do not feel the need to seek the promised land of 104. Check out a heat index chart on Google. )
Set up and break down are fairly simple. I store it in the cardboard shipping box it came in.
Pro tip: learn about the following (1) how to identify individual circuits vs. individual outlets (i.e., how many circuits do you have available and which outlet goes to which circuit?), (2) how to calculate amps drawn based on wattage, and (3) how to calculate the proper the gauge and length of an extension cord. This stuff matters. I kind of ignored it at first thinking that if I plug something in, it has to just "work." Definitely not. My heater kept shutting off, and I blew the fuse a couple times. It's not too difficult.
I'm 6'2", 205, and probably considered to be "tall" by most people. I feel comfortable in the Tiny Dome. Some of the moves obviously have to modified (e.g., lying down with arms extended over the head), but I feel that I can do most of the classic hot yoga moves to my satisfaction.
The feel of the air in the dome is obviously a little different than a customized yoga studio room with a several hundred…