i2k AirPad

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Packing list

  • Storage Area 1.25m x 2m x 2m (inflatable & blowers)
  • Gross Weight 750lbs (340 kg)
  • Inflation Motor Type 100v or 230v blowers Dimensions: 64'10"L (rotor to rotor) x 14'4" W (stabilizer) x 9'-12' (rotor)H (2)
  • 2hp inflation blowers 

Not included

  • Portable Generator 


  • Provides a safe and comfortable landing experience with ZeroShock technology.
  • Allows athletes and jumpers to push their boundaries more safely.
  • Uses individual, mini replaceable airbags to form around a person's body for impact cradling.
  • The Crumple Tubes technology is unique and different from other airbags.
  • Easy to set up and use.
  • Can be used for a variety of activities such as gymnastics, parkour, and extreme sports.


  • May be more expensive than other traditional landing surfaces.
  • Requires an air compressor or electric pump to inflate.
  • The size and weight of the AirPad may make it difficult to transport and store for some users.
  • Not suitable for some activities that require a solid surface, such as weightlifting or powerlifting.


  1. Choose a suitable location: Select a location with a soft surface, free of rocks and debris. Avoid areas with steep inclines, sharp edges or corners.

  2. Set up the AirPad: Unroll the AirPad and position it in the desired location. Attach the blower to the valve and turn it on to inflate the AirPad.

  3. Check the AirPad: Make sure the AirPad is fully inflated and all sections are leveled. Inspect the AirPad for any signs of damage or wear and tear.

  4. Begin use: Once the AirPad is set up, it is ready for use. Jump, flip, or perform other activities on the AirPad while taking necessary precautions and following appropriate safety guidelines.

  5. Deflate and pack up: When finished, turn off the blower and allow the AirPad to deflate. Roll it up tightly and store it in the provided storage bag.


Q: What is the i2k AirPad?

A: The i2k AirPad is a unique landing pad designed for various sports, including parkour, freerunning, gymnastics, and more.

Q: How does the ZeroShock technology work?

A: The ZeroShock technology releases air gently, and individual mini replaceable airbags "Crumple Tubes" form around a person's body to carefully cradle their impact.

Q: How long does it take to set up the AirPad?

A: The AirPad can be set up in just a few minutes with the included pump.

Q: Is the AirPad portable?

A: The AirPad is portable and easy to move. It can be deflated and packed into a small carry bag for transport.

Q: Can the AirPad be used outdoors?

A: Yes, the AirPad is designed for both indoor and outdoor use. However, it is recommended to use it on a flat surface and avoid placing it on sharp objects.

Q: Is the AirPad easy to clean?

A: Yes, the AirPad can be easily cleaned with a damp cloth and mild soap.

Q: What sizes are available for the AirPad?

A: The AirPad is available in various sizes, including 3m x 2m, 4m x 3m, and 6m x 4m.

Q: What is the weight limit for the AirPad?

A: The AirPad can support up to 200kg per square meter, depending on the model.

Q: How long does the AirPad last?

A: With proper care and maintenance, the AirPad can last for several years.

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