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For us, the issue is not
with the impact of the fall because our target market is novice freestyle
skiers, who are like to be doing smaller jumps. Our concern is with the implications
of a novice skier landing in this unstable backseat landing position, because
it can lead to other potentially more serious injuries.
At the moment unit cost could vary quite a lot depending on which route we go down. But thank you for letting us know, we will keep price in mind.
Does this answer your query?
We have done some of surveys and the general consensus is that people would like this product to be invisible. This is part of our product brief requirements.
Unfortunately, I cannot
disclose how the product will slow the skier down due to IP. The trigger is
automatic and will result due to certain perimeters being passed. Tail
presses are likely to be affected yes, but we would not expect novice skiers to
be doing these sorts of tricks. What do you think?
Do you think the slowing mechanism should be adjustable?