PROLESKI company launches a ski simulator that imitates real slalom and makes practice more productive than ever.
Portland, OR, August 11, 2015 –(PR.com)– If you crave for alpine skiing or snowboarding, but cannot travel to the mountains, do not despair. PROLESKI ski club announces launching of the exclusive ski simulator, PROLESKI PRO3D. Although looking not very sophisticated, the machine comprises advanced technologies and brilliant possibilities to improve alpine skiing skills for all people.
Working principle of this giant simulator is simple: special band rotates and moves upwards, making people on ski or snowboard slide down (the same as racetrack). Protective bars help beginners to keep balance and rest. Being installed on a 6-tone platform, PROLESKI PRO3D allows training three people at once. This wonderful simulator might be installed in entertainment and shopping centers, fitness and sport clubs, alpine skiing schools and many other establishments. And of course, the new model is already implemented in all clubs of the chain.
What makes these training facilities revolutionary is the renewed software and simultaneous horizontal and vertical movement. It complicates training process, making the conditions close to real. The speed of these moves can be adjusted, and sliding rate is also regulated. The creators have cared about convenience: now the simulator is equipped with both remote and stationary control. Trainees may adjust all needed characteristics and even set the way the platform will bend.
While working out the new concept of PROLESKI PRO3D, specialists kept in mind that safety is number one priority. Endless slope has defensive bars on all four sides, and immovable fencing serves to help trainees keep balance and take breath when they are tired. Upper part is also equipped with a protective mat. In case of falling, the machine automatically stops to avoid injuries.
As for lifespan of this equipment, the manufacturer gives 24-month warranty, and states that 5,000 of continuous functioning is possible. Being made of composite materials, the surface cover can tolerate a lot of training sessions and ensure smooth sliding.
If you want to try PROLESKI PRO3D yourself, visit one of the clubs located in China, Poland, Ukraine or Russia. Too far? Club owners promise to introduce the enterprise in Europe and the US soon. They also claim that this version is not the last one, and even more advanced models may be created in near time. And now you may get more information about the club and its equipment on proleski.com.
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