SKYRUNNER BLUE- 30-50KG KIDS- WITH FREE KNEE AND ELBOW PADS - £49.98 - HotUKDeals
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Cheapest on the Internet! Normal Web price £115.00
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The Childrens Skyrunner can propel the user to spring over 3 feet high and make strides over 5 feet wide.

Skyrunners have curved springs attached to the base, so when you press your feet downwards, the pressure of your weight creates gravitational energy. The integral super-charged springs push back to harness this energy, giving you the ability to jump to incredible heights and run with huge strides at amazing speeds.

With a pair of Skyrunners on your feet you'll be able to move like a superhero. The soar in adrenaline you feel when a small jump takes you high in the air is impossible to describe - it has to be felt to be believed. Running at greatly increased speeds will prove quite an experience too.
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#1
These look great fun - but currently with a broken ankle I dont think I will find much use for them at the minute....
#2
Cool, my son has been wanting a pair of these. Very reasonable price. Heat and rep added :-)
#3
My nephew broke his leg using something similar to these last summer. He broke both fib and tib and still cannot walk without a pronounced limp. Just a warning for caring parents.

Saying that, I guess you can break bones riding bikes, playing footie, getting out of the bath etc.
#4
Got the adult ones too at 'half normal web price' - £59.98
Posted here
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/157269/powerskip-70-90kg-adult-silver-59-9/
#5
These jumping stilts are illegal in the UK. There are of a very low quality and I would not recommend these.
#6
ouch, looks dangerous
#7
GRS
These jumping stilts are illegal in the UK. .

Are they?

Link please?
#8
surely they wouldn't be able to sell them if they were illegal? i doubt a law has been passed, these are a reasonably new innovation..
#9
Tempting,,,,,,
#10
The jumping stilts are patent protected. In the UK only a few companies can sell these after they pass quality controls. The link was posted on a popular jumping stilts forum and the patent holder and inventor asked for its removal immediately. Please see http://www.poweriserpages.com/forum/empty-t4188.0.html for that.

You can get clarification from the patent holders themselve by contacting them on [url]www.powerskip.de[/url] they have a clear warning for infringements they also posted a video on youtube...

This is a quote from their site:
"Unauthorised imported or produced equipment can not be sold and have to be destroyed.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rg8D3IyZvAs
Every attempt to infringe our patent rights will be submitted to a court."
#11
john_mac83
ouch, looks dangerous


Jumping stilts are not illegal, however these are chinese copies, which are lower quality, which have an increased risk of failure. They are illegal as they infringe copyright in the uk. :oops:

http://www.x-bocks.co.uk/index.php?page=17#Q11
#12
mikecool
surely they wouldn't be able to sell them if they were illegal? i doubt a law has been passed, these are a reasonably new innovation..


These have been around for years! You'll be suprised at how many companies are selling these illegally in the UK and around the world with no back up or spares parts.

There is only a handful of companies that can legally sell these in the UK, these include Pro-Jump, PoweriSer, FlyJumper, 7 and UKGoodDeals for Original Powerskips. These companies are have their own trademarks and are authorised to sell them and you will be guaranteed parts, a great after sales service and legal.

I am suprised that Hot UK Deals are allowing these to be advertised. Its like condoning someone selling a pirated dvd.

Its a blatent disregard of UK law.
#13
I don't know what kind of parent would consider buying these for their kids.....I certainly wouldn't.
#14
jukkie
I don't know what kind of parent would consider buying these for their kids.....I certainly wouldn't.


If you buy quality ones and supervise your child they are not dangerous, and have many health benefits. I'm in my mid 30's and use the adult Pro-Jumps and my kids are 9 and 11 and they both use the kids versions. Ive had mine about 18 months and have had no problems, the kids have had them about 8 months now and both been great on them.

The equipment is as danagerous as the user, if you give a kid a bike and they ride across the road and a car hits them, they will get hurt... same thing with these, if the kids trys to jump off a high wall and flip then they will get hurt but if they are supervised this wont happen.

The learning curve is fast, kids will need support for about 30 mins and generally after that will be able to start walking unaided, same with adults.
#15
forthriot
Jumping stilts are not illegal, however these are chinese copies, which are lower quality, which have an increased risk of failure. They are illegal as they infringe copyright in the uk. :oops:

http://www.x-bocks.co.uk/index.php?page=17#Q11


I didnt say they were illegal just ouch.
i fall over on my own two legs let alone these stilts
rated hot though, always fun falling ;-)
#16
I know any child like mine would push this to its limits at the slightest opportunity unsupervised and would most definitely end up in hospital.
#17
Can you imagine looking out your kitchen window tomorrow morning and seeing one of your neighbours 'jumping past you on these??????? I wouldn't be able to control myself LOL
#18
These look fun - voted hot !
#19
I s'pose it is better than taken them to hospital with the traditional saucepan stuck on the head.
#20
pcfairs;1745943
I s'pose it is better than taken them to hospital with the traditional saucepan stuck on the head.


PMSL...nice one.

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