“Real” Zip-Line kits
The Fox in A Box Kit is very versatile, the kit can be installed in three different ways, the difference is mainly in where you stop and how you get off.
- The 3 types:
- Play: “Zip – Stop – Roll back to middle”
90% of the kits we sell, use a pommel “disc” seat, these are great, even for kids as young as 3, as the pommel seat is easy to hang onto. the user hops onto the seat, then zooms off down the wire, they bump the stopper at the finish, then roll back to the middle to get off.
- Tour: “Zip – Stop at End”
Sometimes someone will want to use a zipline as an exit from a treehouse, or to transport across river.
- Splashdown: ” Zip- Drop into water”
And occasionally we are asked if it is possible to “drop off and land in water”.
To help you to choose which type is right for you, and to plan your perfect Fox in a Box we have prepared an in depth design guide in 3 parts.
You can check out our PRODUCT GUIDE information to help you choose all the right components for your project, it addresses the following:
- What exactly is in the kit?.
- How is the kit assembled?.
- Do you need a bungee brake?.
- Do you need a winch kit?.
- What are “Tree Huggers”?.
Got questions?. You can fill out the product selector form, it will suggest all the items you might need, and give you a cost estimate.
if you choose to submit the form one of our team will take a look at it, we can give you a call to make sure you have everything you need and work through any finer points.
Got more questions?, have a look at our answers to the questions that we get asked most commonly.