Skydiving Helmet Open Face
New Price: $50 – $370
Used Price: $25 – $100
Skydiving Helmet Full Face
New Price: $250 – $500
Used Price: $150 – $300
Skydiving Altimeter – Analog
New Price: $170 – $360
Used Price: $50 – $120
Skydiving Altimeter – Digital
New Price: $200 – $440
Used Price: $80 – $200
New Price: $120 – $400
Used Price: $80 – $200
New Price: $350 – $1700
Used Price: $120 – $820
New Price: $2500 – $5500
Used Price: $1250 – $3000
New Price: $1500 – $1900
Used Price: $800 – $1300
New Price: $2200 – $2500
Used Price: $900 – $1900
Automatic Activation Device
New Price: $1000 – $1200
Used Price: $600 – $800
What Skydiving Equipment to Purchase?
- Jumpsuit: A jumpsuit is a specially made outfit that aids you in your chosen freefall discipline.
- Parachute Container: Parachute containers can be entirely personalized to your specifications, including form, height, color, and style, or they can be very basic or bought off the shelf.
- Skydiving Helmet: Full-face helmets reduce freefall noise, provide convenience, and provide built-in audible altimeter pockets, which have the best protection.
- Main Parachute: The weight and experience level of the main parachutes are taken into consideration when purchasing them.
- Reserve Parachute: In the case that the primary parachute fails, this is the life-saving backup parachute.
- Skydiving Altimeter: This is a wrist-mounted altimeter that keeps track of the altitude during takeoff, freefall, and under the canopy. Altimeters may be analog or mechanical, and some also have several functions.
- Automatic Activation Device: Its prime purpose is to keep track of your speed and altitude.
- Skydiving Audible Altimeter: A tiny gadget that is fixed in one’s helmet and beeps at predetermined altitudes to aid in maintaining altitude sensitivity.
What is the risk of skydiving?
According to statistics, one tandem student skydiving fatality occurs every 500,000 tandem jumps, making the chances of death. An individual is more likely to die from a lightning strike than from a bee sting, according to the National Safety Council.
When skydiving, how quickly do you land?
During a skydive, you drop at a rate of 200 feet per second on average. This means you’ll be in freefall for only 30 seconds if you’re at 10,000 ft. You’ll plummet for 60 seconds from 14,000 ft. It takes about 90 seconds from 18,000 ft.
With each passing year, skydiving has grown in popularity, and it is now a popular hobby for people all over the world. Although it contains a lot of threats, the mortality rate is very low, despite many people’s concerns.