Airfer have upgraded their Explorer paramotor frame, making it more user-friendly and more robust.
It’s available in titanium or stainless steel, and can take props of up to 130cm. The frame now clicks together with a push-button system – no retaining clips or Velcro to battle with – making it simpler to use and more aerodynamic.
The frame now breaks down into four parts rather than three, and Airfer say they have modified the arms and torque balance to cope with more powerful engines.
Airfer have unveiled their latest paramotor frame. It’s called the Dron, and they say it is a safe and solid 16mm-tube frame, strong enough to use with trikes. Airfer fit the Dron with a Moster 185 Plus, and it comes in a stainless steel version, weighing 25kg, or a titanium version that is 1.5kg lighter. To keep weight […]
Fly products have updated their standard paramotor frames for 2017. They say their new aluminium frames are strong and well-finished and can be equipped with high or low hangpoints. The comfortable padded harness can be easily removed. The strong and protective double-hoop cage has the netting riveted in place for maximum strength and prop clearance, and […]
ParamotorCNC is a subdivision of Spanish firm PXP. The Eros is their first frame, 3D designed and entireley CNC (computerised numerical control) precision made. The Eros is made from in 6082 aircraft alu-magnesium alloy, in a choice of red, orange, blue or black finishes, with custom colours also possible. The articulated low arms are made from aeronautical 7075 […]