Wheeling and Dealing

Posted by Ria Moothilal on Saturday, March 13, 2010

First piece of good news that both the Sorz and Mini Flex Z goggles are on their way, shipped last week so should be here in the next week or two.

Argus AAD's now on offer. Again, price is cheaper than retail (well normal retail anyway), the guy I'm partnering with on this is seriously wants more skydivers to jump with AAD's, so we're trying to make it more affordable. Still a fairly significant investment, but hey, its its your life we're talking about here.

I'm daily trying to add more products to the current offering - hopefully GoPro, Hypoxic, and a few more companies respond favourably. Watch this space!

I forgot to mention this in the last post, Skydive Robertson had their annual Robertson Rumble - a two FS competition. Nice to see the freefliers kicking ass ;-) . Not to take anything away from the belly fliers, belly flying is fun... if its all you can do...  ;-D Well done to team "Another F*cking Freeflier" for coming first. Spare a thought for team "Tribute To Paki" - if only their skills were as good as their intentions... haha. Congrats also to Forrest and his housemate the Ginger Ninja on their first reserve rides... lets hope they both keep to tradition - beer please!

And lastly, nice to see the jumpers from both the Cape Town dz's jumping at both DZ's. Below is a pic of Skydive Robertson DZO Ian van Riel, just after his jump with the Ginger Ninja at Skydive Cape Town last weekend.

Tags: "robertson rumble" "argus aad" sorz "mini flex z" 
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Who is AfricanSkyGear?

Owner - Ria Moothilal I've been in the skydiving world for few years now. Having done my first jump course on the 13th November 2005. It all started off with Pietermaritzburg Parachute Club. At the end of 2006 I moved down to Cape Town. The Cape Town scene seriously lacked colour and spice, it was my duty as a charou to enlighten these souls. After lots of spinning I finally finished my progression, several surgeries and and couple licenses later I'm now a regular at either of the Cape Town dropzones. Oh, and of course being of Indian origin, I'm now living the Indian skydivers dream - I've got a skydiving shop ;-)


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