Prodigy Elevate - Figure 8 for Aerial Silks-Black
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The most lightweight and high strength rigging solution for your silks! These are perfect for use in the home, in the studio or on tour.
Prodigy Elevate - Figure 8 is the most commonly used accessory for Aerial Silks, a genuinely essential rigging accessory.
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ESSENTIAL FOR SILKS
The Prodigy Elevate is an essential piece of kit for rigging your silks. It's the simplest and safest way to hang your silk to distribute the load and separate the fabric legs.
It only adds 17cm (approx 7 inches) to your rigging; perfect for a low rigging height. And weighing only 254g (approx. 9oz) won't add much weight to your kit bag.
LOW WEIGHT, HIGH STRENGTH
Made from Aluminum Alloy with an anodised finish, this figure 8 is lightweight but strong with a Minimum Breaking Strain (MBS) of 40kN.
All our range of silks have been load tested rigged from figure 8.
If you have plenty of rigging height and don't need to take down your silks to transport them regularly, we recommend the Prodigy Aerial Silks Hook.
MULTIPLE RIGGING USES
We have a recommended knot to use for tying your fabrics. The method is included with every set of Aerial Silks that we sell. Still, there are other rigging applications for the Prodigy Elevate, too!
You can use the Prodigy Elevate to:
Temporarily shorten your fabric
Rig your silk as a single point sling/hammock
Rig two separate, different coloured silks to make beautiful two-coloured silks (as pictured below), with one colour per leg of fabric. Check out how to do this safely here.
Abseiling, belaying, and rope rescue!
You might notice small marks inside the holes.
These are where the figure 8 is hung during the anodising process. These are normal machining marks and cannot be prevented. Please be assured that we do not sell used aerial equipment.
If you have any doubts or questions, please contact us. We are always happy to help!
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