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Here you will find answers to some of most frequestly asked questions, videos & info related to Zip-Lining & Slacklining, news on what's happening in Zip-Lines Ireland & comments from our customers and the team at Zip-Lines Ireland. If you would like to know anything that is not covered here, please do feel free to ask & I'll do my best to help!

By jadegoodfellow, Mar 21 2015 03:21PM

The purpose of the Bungeez Brake kit is to gradually slow down your zipline as you approach the end of the line. It comes with a brake block, 15′ of bungee cord and bag to fill with 200lbs of sand.

It is not necessary but is recommended to prevent damaging the hardware and can come in handy for younger riders.

For more info check out the Bungeez Brake Video on our videos page.

By jadegoodfellow, Mar 21 2015 03:16PM

When choosing your zipline you need to take into account the length of the area where you want the zipline and if you have existing anchors or if you plan to install your own.

When measuring; measuring the distance between the trees/ anchor point measure the distance from tree to tree/ anchor to anchor, measure around the circumference of the tree/anchor. Remember with the exception of the “Falcon” Series each kit has a 5ft sling cable enclosed and then allow an additional 5ft at the end of the Zipline again depending on the circumference of the tree/anchor.

By jadegoodfellow, Mar 21 2015 03:09PM

While mature trees are great anchors and very convenient, they are not necessary, as anchor points can be man made, just be sure that they are absolutely solid, strong & cemented into the ground.

A simple web search will find how to videos on this topic, if unsure seek professional advice.

To see what some of our customers have used click here

By jadegoodfellow, Mar 21 2015 02:20PM

All of our Zip-line Kits come with:

Steel Cable (in lenght of choice i.e 70ft/ 90ft/ 100ft/ 125ft etc)

Steel trolley with handles(this is the mechanism that glides across the cable)

Plastic Seat (connects to the trolley - all connections included & easy to remove/ adjust)

Tension Bracket

Hardware: u clamps

Sling Cable

What do I need:

All you need is:

2 people

2 anchor points - these can be trees/ other solid points cemented into the ground

Adjustable Wrench


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