AirDancers.ca vs. Rip Stop
You can tell the difference between an AirDancers.ca sky dancer and an import by the way it dances. Take a look at the video of our unit above. Notice how most of the movement is in the upper 50% and the dancing motion is fluid and pleasing to the eye?
Now look at the import below - it needs to nearly fall over before it goes back up. This can be bad for the material as it constantly touches the ground. Imagine this on a windy day!
Our Air Dancers™ require less space to operate which is another plus for confined spaces.
At AirDancers.ca, we show photos and video of actual Air Dancers in use. Unlike the 'other guys' using Rip Stop - some don't even show photos of their product - just a digital image showing a cartoon.
Don't be fooled into getting the worst Air Dancer at the best price. Insist on the best - AirDancers.ca
An AirDancers.ca warranty covers all body and arm seams. You can see we surge all edges (the fancy thread weave over the edge of the fabric) to maximize life using a UV polyester thread. Unlike Rip Stop imports on the right using a single nylon lock stitch not even seen in the cheapest of clothing. Rip stop seams are known to pop open in just a few uses.
|Import/Rip Stop Seams
Another way to tell if you have an import is by the way the arms connect to the body. Import units have poorly constructed, skinny arms while an AirDancers.ca dancing tube man has much stronger arm to body connections.