Freefall products that can be installed on a tree, pole, or tower offer a safe and fun activity experience for their users!
The free fall activity can be located in adventure parks or can be positioned alone in a separate area. An integrated adventure area can be achieved with a tower where a climbing wall, giant swing, and zip line units can be used together.
Free Fall, which has low maintenance and repair costs thanks to its devices suitable for outdoor use, is an activity that does not require expertise in terms of operation and has comfortable processes.
The tower to be built for free fall can be planned as an adventure tower, climbing wall and zipline activities can be positioned on it.
The height of free fall towers can range from 6 to 25 meters.
The main difference between Bungee Jumping and free fall is the speed of the jump. In the Bungee Jumping activity, jumps are usually performed from a high point that can be climbed by a crane, with a foot or back connection. Users experience complete free fall until their bungee cords are stretched.
In free fall towers; connected to the free-fall device via the harness from the back or chest points, users leave themselves in the space. The user’s maximum speed is as high as the device allows.
As a safer and more comfortable product in terms of operating processes, Free Fall has a good chance of reaching a wider audience. Regular annual maintenance of Free Fall devices will ensure continued use for a long time without the need for device replacement. Extreme Works provides indefinite technical support for its investors in all maintenance and replacement operations that may be needed after installation.
Who Can Use Free Fall?
Free Fall Towers are generally designed for users aged 5 and over. Considering the limits of Free Fall devices and seat belts, people who will jump from the tower are generally expected to be over the age of 5 and under 120 kilograms. Freefall towers outside the general boundaries we mentioned can be implemented with special projects.