I’ve been able to use the new parallettes over the last few months and absolutely love them. I’ve used a ton of different variations of parallettes over the years, and none of them have been able to provide both the ease of use and sturdiness the Tumbl Trak model does. Along with this, they are really easy to condense and travel with, which makes bringing them along during traveling really easy. I enjoy using them in my own training, but also with many gymnasts I work with in the clinic returning from injury. Definitely a fan of them, and would recommend them to everyone. - Dave Tilley
These new portable parallettes are very solid and well built and can be used by male and female gymnasts of all levels the possibilities are endless. - Andrew Memmel M and M Gymnastics
These bars are simple to assemble and break down easily for travel by air and car both. The non-skid feet hold on all surfaces, and the bars have been great for floor drills and shaping work at competitions this season. - Al Fong, Olympic coach, GAGE
The Portable Parallettes are both small and light enough to join me whenever I travel in the world, without compromising strength or robustness. These should be in every coaches travel kit for competitions and events. - Nick Ruddock
- 3.8cm diameter rails are 30.5cm long
- Connector piece can create one 60cm long bar
- Base pieces are 5cm tall and have a layer of non-slip rubber on the bottom
- Weighs 1.8 kg
24 Months on material and workmanship.
How much do they weigh?
Can you take them through airport security?
Yes (although the agents normally don't know what Parallettes are so you may have to explain how to use them)
How large are they when in the bag?
The bag measures 10cm x 30.5cm x 6.4cm
What is the weight limit?
Can I use multiple connectors to make a bar longer than 60cm if I have more than one set of Portable Parallettes?
Yes, the connector will work to make a bar longer than 60cm if you use additional connectors and more than one set of Portable Parallettes
Is there any additional hardware required to keep the connector attached to the bars?
No, the bar is designed to click into the connector. No tools necessary
Does the connector allow the user to grab the bar at the location of the connector?
Yes, you can grasp the bar at the connection point, but the athlete would not be able to close his/her grip underneath as the connector uses the space under the bar at that point.
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