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  • November 2014

    • Solo Skydivers: $25,000
    • Tandem Skydivers: $35,000
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Equipment & Safety

Everest Skydive requires specialized parachute equipment, all of which has been tested and approved for this amazing high altitude adventure. All your equipment will be supplied and be ready for you at the Drop Zone location.

The opening altitudes for your main parachute will be between 16,000ft and 18,000ft AMSL; the main landing area (DZ) is at 12,350ft AMSL. These altitudes demand large main parachutes of 300 – 400 sq ft and a reserve of similar size.

Each parachute system carries an AAD (Automatic opening device) for greater safety in parachuting. You will be issued with an Altimeter and thermal gloves. Your AGL will be correct at 12,350ft and you will have a true reading on your altimeter as we climb to record highs. We will also provide you with a special skydiving oxygen system, which is well proven at high altitude, unobtrusive and most importantly, non-restrictive to body movement or vision. You will also be given a skydiving helmet and HALO goggles for your eyes. You will be fully familiarized with all the equipment, fitted and briefed by our International crew members prior to jumping. Tandem passengers will be fully prepared by their tandem master prior to making their tandem descent.

 

Skydiving Equipments - on board oxygen system Parachute Jump Skydiving equipment

Equipment provided

Solo Jumpers
» Jump helmet complete with oxygen face mask attachments
» Lightweight neoprene balaclava to fit under helmet and oxygen face mask
» High altitude jump goggles
» High altitude tailors made Everest Skydive jump suit
» High Altitude Military Spec Javelin container with rip cord. In the container is a silhouette ms 360 main and a TR 375 reserve with a military cypress.
» Altimeter
» Neptune audible altimeter
» Low profile cold climate outer gloves
» Emergency hook knife

Some of your trek clothing will be used as thermal layering as well, to ensure that you are warm but not bulky with clothing.

Tandem jumpers
» Jump helmet complete with oxygen face mask attachments
» Lightweight neoprene balaclava to fit under helmet and oxygen face mask
» High altitude jump goggles
» High altitude tailors made Everest Skydive jump suit
» Tandem harness (and instructor!)
» Low profile cold climate outer gloves

Some of your trek clothing will be used as thermal layering as well, to ensure that you are warm but not bulky with clothing.
* If you have any queries regarding Equipment & Safety, Please feel free to contact our Chief Safety Officer Wendy Smith at jump@everest-skydive.com(Wendy +64274124199).

Clothing

Rajen Dulal - Skydive suits

The suits worn by the skydivers during the Everest Skydive was locally made by a young Thamel based Nepali entrepreneur, Rajen Dulal. The red, blue and black skydiving suits that were all tailored in a small workshop in Thamel made it to the top grade. The Everest Skydive 2013 down suits will be designed and tailored once again by Rajen Dulal and his team.

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