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Zip Line (83'L X 12'6"W X 20'H)

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High-Flying Thrills Await: Explore the Zip Line (83'L X 12'6''W X 20'H) Experience!

Discover the thrill of adventure with our incredible Zip Line (83'L X 12'6"W X 20'H)! This ultimate outdoor attraction promises an adrenaline-pumping experience for thrill-seekers of all ages. Imagine soaring through the air, zipping across an 83-foot expanse at heights of 20 feet, embracing the exhilaration and excitement that comes with the perfect blend of speed and safety.

Crafted with top-quality materials and adhering to the strictest safety standards, this Zip Line ensures a secure and enjoyable ride for adventurers. Perfect for private backyard setups or commercial use in parks or adventure centers, it's a standout feature that captivates attention and guarantees an unforgettable experience.


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  • Blower
  • Stakes
  • Tarp
  • Dolly


Why us?

  • Designing and manufacturing fun, durable, and safe commercial inflatables for sale in U.S.A. since 1993!
  • The INNOVATOR of the industry!
  • Designed in California
  • We can customize our designs to your needs
  • 2 -year warranty
  • Highly Responsive Service
  • Built with the best materials in the industry
  • All seams double stitched and serious stress seams are double-stitched twice.
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  1. Site Selection: Choose a suitable location with ample space for the full length of the zip line. Ensure the starting and ending points are clear and unobstructed.
  2. Installation: Mount the zip line properly, securing the starting and ending points with appropriate anchoring mechanisms such as sturdy trees or purpose-built mounts. Ensure proper tension on the line.
  3. Safety Preparations: Perform a thorough safety check before allowing anyone to use the zip line. Ensure all equipment, including the harnesses and pulleys, are in excellent condition.
  4. Harnessing: Instruct users on how to wear the harness correctly and how to attach and detach from the zip line. Ensure proper fitting and security before starting.
  5. Safety Briefing: Provide a comprehensive safety briefing, emphasizing proper posture and hand positioning while zipping. Stress the importance of waiting for clearance before starting the zip.
  6. Zipping: Users should push off from the starting point, maintaining a straight and balanced posture throughout the ride. Clear the landing area and assist users in safely dismounting.
  7. Supervision: Ensure a designated supervisor oversees the operation, ensuring safety protocols are followed at all times.
  8. Maintenance: Regularly inspect the zip line, checking for wear and tear on the equipment, and perform necessary maintenance to ensure continued safety and functionality.


Q: What's included with the Zip Line purchase?

A: The Zip Line typically includes the line, trolley, harnesses, and all necessary hardware for setup.

Q: Is the Zip Line suitable for all ages?

A: While the Zip Line can accommodate various ages, it's essential to ensure proper supervision and adherence to safety guidelines, especially for younger users.

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

A: Setup time can vary based on experience and terrain but may take a few hours to ensure proper installation and safety measures.

Q: Can the Zip Line be left in place outdoors for extended periods?

A: Yes, the Zip Line is designed for outdoor use, but regular checks for weathering and maintenance are recommended.

Q: Are there any specific safety considerations for using the Zip Line?

A: Users must follow proper harnessing procedures and safety guidelines at all times to prevent accidents.

Q: What is the recommended maintenance schedule for the Zip Line?

A: Regular inspections and maintenance are crucial. Follow the manufacturer's guidelines for maintenance schedules to ensure continued safety and longevity of the equipment.

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