Paramotor geometry part 22.2. Carrying the paramotor update

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Scout NXT changes the way we carry the paramotor. We have incorporated the classic mountaineering backpack geometry into the harness and the results are just amazing.

If you have any other questions or ideas about new paramotor geometry, just write us here: info@scoutparamotor.com

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Paramotor geometry part 23: Real load test and certification.

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Load test shots inside the video!

In most countries of the World, there is no certification and load test of paramotors required! This means, that we are mostly flying machines, that we have no idea about if they are safe enough or not!

But there is a way how to test and certified paramotors, so lets go through it today!

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Paramotor geometry part 24: BROKEN bolt? Are your goose-neck bars strong enough?

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We know two pilots who got their bar broken on paramotor in flight. This is something you want to pay attention to! It can save your life!

In this episode we will question the materials of what are the bars made of and mainly, the attachment of the bar, which is really important!

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Paramotor geometry part 25.1: Walk away after CRASH on your own?

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We have first hand experience for you about the crashes and we will explain to you what can paramotor do for you to walk away safely from the crash.

There are four ways how to crash and we will go through every single one, so stay with us!

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Paramotor geometry part 25.2 Crumple zone UPDATE

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We have first-hand experience for you about the crashes and we will explain to you what can paramotor do for you to walk away safely from the crash.

Different paramotor manufacturers are using different frame configurations and of course that they behave differently in a case of a crash.

Your spine will be best protected by a rigid plate to distribute the force of impact on a larger surface. But what about your neck? Or your hips?

With the new NXT we addressed all these issues and solve them in our own way: with carbon fiber! Stay with us and you will learn more! Should you have questions, please leave a comment.

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Paramotor geometry part 26: Avoid this mistake! Throttle cable into the propeller!

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If your throttle cable gets into the propeller during the flight, the best you can hope for is emergency landing! Most probably is the paramotor designer to blame for this accident.

Stay with us and you will find out, how you can prevent this types of accidents.

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Paramotor geometry part 27: Avoid your propeller hitting your cage!

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Your propeller hitting your cage or tangling up the lines could cause some injuries or at least spoil your day!

There are few situations where the prop can actually hit the cage or tangle your lines! Stay with us and you will find out, how to prevent these situations!

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Paramotor geometry part 28: How much power you need?!

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This is probably the first question you ask before entering the paramotor world. It can take a few years before you find out how much power you need.

We are here to simplify it for you, that you can decide easier!

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Paramotor geometry part 29: Everything about PROPELLERS! Size, profile, number of blades and MORE!

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It this series we are going to explain, why a larger prop is better then a smaller one! We are going to speak about every aspect of choice and design you have to make before choosing the right propeller!

Stay with us and you will find out, which propeller suits you best!

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Paramotor geometry part 30: With CLUTCH or without?

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Should you prefer a paramotor with a CLUTCH? The answer is……

In today’s video we are going to analyze pros and cons of both systems and in the end, YOU will decide which one suits you better!

Stay with us and you will find out, which propeller suits you best!

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