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Found 30 results

  1. Meso

    AliX

    AltiX is a digital altimeter designed to be easy to use and clear to read. Only basic altimeter functions are available, with the addition of a simulation mode, helping training students to recognize the altitude during ground training. It also records exit and pull altitudes, as well as freefall time, of last jump. Delivered as standard with elastic band, can be ordered with a comfortable hand mount.
  2. Meso

    AloXs

    Perfect companion of the NeoXs 2 Audible Altimeter, the AloXs is its natural twin. Compact and lightweight, it has wide digits for easy reading of the altitude, in freefall and flying the canopy. With functions similar to those of the Altitron, it will be appreciated by skydivers attracted by its small size, just 51 x 39 x 10 mm (2.00” x 1.54” x 0.39”), and its extremely low weight: just 28 g (1 oz.)! Three low profile buttons, combined with the simple user interface, allow easy operation of the altimeter with little use of the manual. It can be set to be used in freefall as altimeter or speedometer, and can be programmed on the ground or while climbing to altitude. As with a mechanical altimeter, it is also possible to set an altitude correction in case the drop zone is at an altitude different from that of the airport. Altitude correction is easy to set, and clearly shown to avoid taking off with the wrong ground reference. The state of the art, temperature compensated, solid state, hybrid pressure sensor delivers accurate altitude reading on the full range, up to 33,000 feet (10.000 meters) The case is thin, single piece, strong and water resistant, making it suitable for pond swooping. Applying smart electronic components and techniques, the AloXs is really low power consuming, and is powered by a single, easy to find, inexpensive CR2032 lithium coin battery, monitored by the instrument to advise when it's time to make a battery change, and showing the current charge level on the LCD. It also doesn't need calibration or to be turned on and off. Altitude is visualized using three large digits, showing always the required detail of information. The AloXs is able to log up to 300 jumps, recording on each jump number, date, time, exit and pull altitudes, freefall time, maximum and average freefall speeds, canopy air time, and maximum speed under the open canopy. It also summarizes activity accumulating the number of jumps, the maximum exit altitude, the lowest deployment altitude, and the maximum freefall speed. The AloXs is supplied with a wide, comfortable, adjustable elastic wrist mount carrying the Parasport logo. It can be adjusted to fit the wrist or the forearm, being very stable in all positions. Different mounts are also available as spare parts, offering alternative ways to wear the altimeter, according to own habits: they are very easy to install using the steel brackets of innovative design.
  3. admin

    Parasport Goggle

    Even a quick glance allows you to see the superior qualities of this goggle. The use of flexible, lightweight, and antifog lenses allowed us to remove holes, widening the sight field and extending the goggle lifetime through many jumps. The soft trim provides unsurpassed comfort with a perfect fit and stability in freefall, and is available in black or in a wide choice of colors.
  4. admin

    Skytronic FX

    Finally released the new Skytronic! Several months of studies and tests, together with the experience developed in the past years with the Skytronic and the Skytronic Pro, allowed us to develop this new instrument. We also gave importance to the comments we had from skydivers, to really give what you asked! - Three programmable warning altitudes PLUS a countdown timer, all in a single instrument - Loud and easily recognizable alarms - Signals go off only if necessary (only the breakoff alarm goes off if not in freefall) - Metric/English units in a single instrument - Electronic logbook stores data about the last 200 jumps - Totals freefall time and number of jumps - Statistics on altitudes - Low battery indication - Can be connected to a PC (external interface optional)
  5. admin

    Z1 Alpha STI

    This is the perfect fit for the Skytronic Pro! The audible is protected by a transparent holder, so you can easily access all the features of your Audible Altimeter and Freefall Computer without removing the unit for the helmet. This solution leaves also more room inside the helmet, so that the fit is much more comfortable!
  6. admin

    Z1

    This Italian made unit has an integrated flip-up visor with a unique practical opening mechanism. The visor is clear anti-fog material and there is an airtight adjustable collar combined with a safety chinstrap. The liners are interchangeable and there is a pouch with both ears to accommodate audible altimeters.
  7. admin

    NeoXs

    It is lightweight, sturdy, accurate, reliability and accuracy in a small unit. The NeoXs is the latest in the family of audible instruments designed and built by Parasport. It is directly born from the experience of the Skytronic GFX, completing it when the GFX is used as visual altimeter installed on the wrist mount. Main features of the NeoXs include freefall signals, canopy warnings, countdown timer, real time altitude display while climbing to altitude, and the simplified programming of warning altitudes, using 4 user programmable profiles. The NeoXs has also been designed to be easy to inexperienced users too. The ergonomic Navigation Switch allows an intuitive use and an easy programming of the different altitude warnings on the ground as well as climbing to altitude. The unit has aluminium case and has a wide LCD display protected by a polycarbonate shield, being therefore highly shock resistant. It has been designed to be inserted into the inner pocket of a helmet without using any specific adapter. It's compatible with any helmet, full face or open face. Because of the small size and the 12 mm of thickness of the lightweight aluminium case, the NeoXs doesn’t affect helmet fit and comfort once inserted into the inner pocket. The NeoXs is available in 3 colors: Lava Red, Aluminium Grey, and Night Black.
  8. admin

    Skytronic GFX

    This unit has the best readability and the most powerful audible signals. Natural evolution of the Skytronic FX, the GFX completes the range of audibles microprocessor / based designed by Parasport. The graphic display is very easy to use. It has a 'Navigation Switch' and icons that is easy to access with just one finger. The high contrast graphic display makes it easy readable in all lighting conditions. The freefall view has wide digits and changes according to the altitude to use as much a possible of the display. This unit allows you to choose which alarms you would like to set so that the amount of alarms going off is limited as to avoid confusion in some conditions.
  9. admin

    Parasport Over-Glasses

    Designed for skydivers who wear glasses, it has the same characteristic of the regular goggles, including the antifog lens. Available in black, or in a wide choice of colors.
  10. admin

    Skytronic Pro

    Information at the touch of a button! You can read the information about your jumps (exit altitude, opening altitude, average vertical speed, freefall time) as well as counting your jumps and accumulate your total freefall time over a certain period of time. And what about timing your jumps? Freestylers, Skysurfers, and Freeflyers can be now aware about the end of the routine time. FS teams can be aware if they have to rush for the last point (you can win a World Championship for just one point!). And what else?
  11. admin

    PS2 Sunglass Goggle

    A modern, nice looking sunglass, with an enveloping shape well protecting from full sunlight. Extremely lightweight (30g!) and with co-moulded rubber inserts offering superior comfort and stability in sport use. Supplied with the useful Parasport Neoprene neck strap, enhanced by the Parasport logo.
  12. admin

    Z1 EVO With Quick Release

    This version of the Z1 EVO has been designed with in mind skydivers needing extra stability from their helmet. To guarantee improved safety, has been created a cutaway system, the Headgear Quick Release system (HQR), specifically designed for the Z1 Evo when installed on helmets with a camera mount or other devices that can create entanglement at opening time. The system is highly affordable and in case of an emergency it allows an easy and immediate quick release procedure. The adjustable chinstrap, combined with the ratchet chincup accurate trim, allow an effective combined action for maximum comfort and reliability. This helmet is available in the same colors of the standard version, with or without IAS options, with pre-installed chincup ready to go. The 3 mm HIGH IMPACT ABS shell, already used on the Z1 HP full face helmet, allows highest degrees of protection, still allowing the open face shell to be flexible, and therefore more comfortable to wear. Flat on sides, it can be easily adapted to install a camera holder, like our Universal Camera Mount. As in the Z1 HP, the liner is interchangeable to set the size, and has pouches on both ears to accommodate audibles. Flat on sides, can be easily adapted to install a camera holder, like our Universal Camera Mount. The Z1 EVO is available in black, white, red, metallic silver, yellow, navy blue, royal blue, metallic blue, metallic green and metallic black.
  13. admin

    Fairwind Helmet

    The light weight and strength are the principal features of this helmet. It is ready to receive an audible altimeter and uses a strong chin strap with a sturdy and reliable buckle.
  14. admin

    Z1 STI

    The new option designed for the Z1 full face helmet is a special fit for the Skytronic Pro Audible Altimeter and Freefall Computer. The option allows skydivers to fully operate the Skytronic without removing it from the helmet. This gives easy access to all the functions of the instruments, like the extended jump information, programming, altitude check, and so on. The Skytronic is firmly held in place by a small holder on the inside of the Z1, that can be easily removed with the supplied tool when it's necessary to remove the instrument (to replace batteries, for example).
  15. admin

    Z1 Alpha

    Lightweight, comfortable, safe: this is the modern skydiving helmet designed having in mind not just freeflyers, but also all the skydivers requiring a protection higher than that of a regular leather hat. Several original ideas have been concentrated to produce a helmet with unique comfort, ready for different usage.
  16. admin

    PS3 Integral Goggle

    A goggle made of an integral lens with unique features and providing a high quality level. The contour of the flexible lens allows the correct placement on faces of different shapes and sizes. The attachment point of the elastic band is presented at an angle so that the goggle is quite stable even at higher speed. Ventilation holes, out of field of vision, combined with anti-fog treatment, reduce the chance of fogging. The gasket, giving even more comfort to the goggle, is made of soft material not coming off the lens, with superior resistance to sweat.
  17. admin

    PS1 Modular Goggle

    It is supplied with a complete kit of accessories to set it up to jump, to hang around, or even for other sports. The complete kit is composed of a Goggle with Grilamid frame; airtight gasket, soft and tough; flexible temples and an adjustable elastic band.
  18. admin

    Z1 EVO IAS Helmet

    This option designed for the Z1 EVO is a special fit for the Skytronic GFX Skydiving Computer or the NeoXs Audible Altimeter. It allows skydivers to fully operate the instrument without removing it from the helmet, giving easy access to all the functions. With the Skytronic GFX it also allows to view the wide graphic display, useful feature during formation jumps, where jump mates will be able to clearly recognize the current altitude and visual alarms, even at distance. The instrument is firmly held in place by the specially designed holder, and can be removed if necessary (to replace batteries, for example, or to connect the Skytronic GFX to a computer) without using any tool. The Z1 EVO IAS can accept other instruments with similar sizes. The soft spacer provided with the helmet allows to compensate the slightly different sizes of these units. As the Z1 EVO, the IAS version is made of different mataerials giving this headwear a unique look. The 3 mm HIGH IMPACT ABS shell, already used on the Z1 HP full face helmet, allows highest degrees of protection, still allowing the open face shell to be flexible, and therefore more comfortable to wear. The sturdy safety chinstrap is a highly reliable and comfortable attachment system, keeping the helmet stable in place in every condition. Flat on sides, can be easily adapted to install a camera holder, like our Universal Camera Mount. The Z1 EVO is available in black, white, red, metallic silver, yellow, navy blue, royal blue, metallic blue, metallic green and metallic black.
  19. admin

    Skymeter

    The Skymeter altimeter is built using a highly reliable mechanism, with accurate readings to 16,500 feet (5.000 meters). New dial design for improved readability. Curved shape case for a comfortable fit on wrist or hand. Hand and wrist mount included.
  20. This version of the Z1 EVO has been designed with in mind skydivers needing extra stability from their helmet, for example when installing cameras. The adjustable chinstrap, combined with the ratchet chincup accurate trim, allow an effective combined action for maximum comfort and reliability.This helmet is available in the same colors of the standard version, with or without IAS options, with pre-installed chincup ready to go. The 3 mm HIGH IMPACT ABS shell, already used on the Z1 HP full face helmet, allows highest degrees of protection, still allowing the open face shell to be flexible, and therefore more comfortable to wear. Flat on sides, can be easily adapted to install a camera holder, like our Universal Camera Mount. As in the Z1 HP, the liner is interchangeable to set the size, and has pouches on both ears to accommodate audibles. Flat on sides, it can be easily adapted to install a camera holder, like our Universal Camera Mount. The Z1 EVO is available in black, white, red, metallic silver, yellow, navy blue, royal blue, metallic blue, metallic green and metallic black.
  21. admin

    Synchro Leather Gloves

    This glove has been entirely redesigned to meet the skydivers' needs. The Synchro gloves adopt wide parts in soft leather, combined with stretch fabric for superior fit and comfort.
  22. yoink

    Z1 Evo

    The Z1 Evo is a Parasport Italia open face helmet in use throughout the world.
  23. admin

    Altitron

    The Altitron Digital Altimeter is an advanced instrument offering new functions, but has been designed for ease of use. Its backlighted, high contrast display has been specifically developed to be clearly readable in all lighting conditions, while the compact and ergonomic case allows the unit to be used on wrist, hand or inside the transparent arm pocket of your jumpsuit. Using a common type of battery, easy to find everywhere, the Altitron is able to store information about the last 300 jumps, as well as statistical information including the number of jumps and total freefall time. It also serves as a watch/calendar and ambient thermometer. Always ready to jump, its low power consumption stand-by mode allows months of operation before you need to change the battery. The Altitron can be configured to show altitude or speed while in freefall. When used as speedometer, the instrument will switch automatically to altimeter mode below a user selectable break off altitude. The Altitron is designed to be strong and well protected by a 2mm sturdy and thick anti-scratch and anti-shock methacrylate glass, offering no optical distortion. Units of measure, mode, date format, are all user configurable to adapt the unit to skydiver’s habit.
  24. admin

    Military Fairwind

    With the same basic features of the regular Fairwind helmet, the Military version is available in military green or black, both with the special matt, anti-glare coating. Also provided with a special, sturdy nylon chinstrap clip. The shell, made of shock absorbing material certified for helmets, has improved degree of shock prevention, still keeping the weight low. The chinstrap attachment has been improved and reinforced.
  25. admin

    Fairwind Comfort

    Version of the Fairwind helmet delivered with the Comfort liner installed from the factory. This special liner, made of anallergic materials, represents an added value to comfort and fit compared to the regular and cheaper Fairwind liner. It can be removed and cleaned in a washing machine, but most of all it gives a better fit to the Fairwind helmet, absolutely necessary for a professional and intensive use of this helmet. Still unsurpassed as low cost helmet for students, the improved safety matches severe requirements also. The shell, now made of shock absorbing material certified for helmets, has improved degree of shock prevention, still keeping the weight low. The improved and reinforced chinstrap attachment has been integrated with a strong clip. Available in black, white, red, and royal blue, in sizes S, M, L, and XL, with size set by interchangeable liner.