800-707-2525 Paramotor powered paragliding Fresh Breeze vs Flat Top review comparison testing. In just a matter of minutes doing a review of the Fresh Breeze paramotor we immediately experience 2 catastrophic failures. Just that alone give the Fresh Breeze a complete fail as it’s simply not flight worthy very similar to how the blackhawk fails to pass even a basic rigging inspection. No paramotor should ever have something where the average person could literally die from an inherent design issue. The blackhawk paramotor for example has the rear load bearing straps just sewn to the cloth of the harness!! That would be like going skydiving and just sewing the parachute to your shirt. A unit is absolutely not flight worthy when it literally is setup to where a complete failure is imminent. Then on the front load bearing connections of the blackhawk they have 2 very strong straps connected to either sides of a cheat flimsy buckle. Those buckles are designed to have the strap go through to both sides and the buckle is just for adjustment but with the blackhawk the buckle is used improperly so the entire load of the unit is hanging from just the thin sliver of material on the inside of the buckle and people have experienced catastrophic failures in flight. So units designed in ways where they will obviously fail should simply not be flown. Next this Fresh Breeze vs Flat Top review was primarily to refute the false information put out by Kurt Fister of Flight Junkies and you can see clearly that he was very intentionally lying and pretending the Flat Top harness has issues that absolutely do not exist but in fact they do exist with the Fresh Breeze. It’s sad how many in this sport revert to just bold face lying when they don’t have the skill or knowledge to actually compete with truly competent pilots and instructors.
We will be doing more in depth reviews and going into far more details as you could see there is a lot more to talk about with hundreds of issue. Just the issue you see where when the unit falls forwards it’s design causes it to slam down directly on the back of the pilots head and neck and causing the prop to hit the ground right in front of your face where if you had put your hands forward to catch yourself from the fall the prop can literally chop your hands up which has happened many many times with those units and others that have a similar high center of gravity design without anything in front of you to catch the weight if you trip and fall while running.
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