After a lot of research hours, changing and testing new and better components we managed to have the newest software ready today. Working and looking beautiful!
It has virtually immediate response time and overall improved user experience
Climbing down mode that enables climb down practice.
There are more speed options, smarter to use logic. Meaning easier to go and climb with less hassle or buttons to press, however it has increased features.
Actually this unit is also equipped with a coin operation unit.
Looking forward having these installed to many interesting locations around the world! Notice also the new beautiful white side covers as a new standard. Tribute to Apple.
Have to admit, it was harder than expected to develop the new 2011 software update. However, now I am happy for the results and confident people (all the happy climbers) will enjoy our work too! Our aim has always been to make reliable, quiet, safe and the most easiest-to-use climbing wall equipment possible.
The New software has more fine tuning features, while more intelligent and easier to use logic and touch screen. This is just smoother in many details. Now we have a variable speed on hydraulic tilting mechanism, this gives you a nice, smooth tilts without spacing. In normal day use, you will get improved climbing experience and higher capacity as you can start climbing faster – and continue climbing immediately if you want, without making any selections.
Go, climb and see your results, even your speed, which is also a new feature and interesting in climbing industry! For everybody who are interested in: How Fast can you climb? How long in time or distance and how many calories it burns...
More fun, more speed, more selections to satisfy everyones climbing needs!
The climbing down practice mode!! Imagine ClimbStation will rotate from below to top, and you need to climb down. This is really interesting, challenging and fun. We have focused on your safety and therefore the wall will rotate only a few feet at a time, and also stop in case you are too high. Then it waits for the climber to come down. More about everything later.
Now, I have some factory footage taken with a camera phone. Better video coming as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience.
Kaarle Vanamo, the creator of ClimbStation