Archives: December 2014

  1. When to Send Your Reinforced RAVE Product in for Repair vs. DIY

    Most reinforced repairs can be done by you by following the instructions that we outline. For small damages and leaks you can purchase a standard or pre-cut repair kit. However, after inflating and spraying down your product with mild, soapy water to find your leak(s,) and you notice any of the following, we recommend sending your product in. Damage to...
  2. How to Repair Your RAVE Reinforced Product

    Use the instructions below to repair your RAVE Proline reinforced product. This method is made specifically for RAVE commercial grade repair patches which can be purchased at ravesports.com. Note that it is best to complete your repair in a temperature controlled environment. Inflate the product completely. Locate the leak(s) by thoroughly spraying the tube with mild, soapy water. Any puncture...
  3. Celebrate Your 4th Of July on the Water

    With the heat of July, there is no better way to spend your long 4th of July weekend than on the water. Whether you have a boat, pontoon, or just use the beach, RAVE Sports has some great products to keep 4th of July activities fun and exciting. I personally spend most of my time on and behind a boat...
  4. What’s the Difference between a Water Trampoline and a Bouncer?

    There is a common misconception that a water trampoline is the same as a water bouncer.  However, there are significant differences both in construction and performance.  Water trampolines, just like their land based cousins, have springs that connect the jump surface to the supporting trampoline structure. Bouncers, on the other hand, connect the jump surface directly to the supporting structure...
  5. Cleaning and Storage of Your RAVE Reinforced Product

    Proper cleaning and storage is essential to maintaining your RAVE reinforced product.  Follow these guidelines and you will see year over year enjoyment of your RAVE. We recommend these steps on the Proline Commercial Grade Reinforced products including the Aqua Jump water trampolines, Bongo water platforms, Icebergs, Water Whooshes, and other products that features heavy duty materials. When the inflatable...
  6. What's the Difference Between a Classic Aqua Jump and an Aqua Jump Eclipse Water Trampoline?

    This is a common question we receive. RAVE’s “Classic” Aqua Jump water trampoline was designed with a heavy, steel bar frame around the perimeter of the tube that attached the base tube to the springs and jump surface. This is the type of design you will see from other competitors in the marketplace currently. The new patented Eclipse model has...
  7. Buying a RAVE Stand Up Paddle (SUP) Board

    Stand Up Paddle (SUP) is an investment that when done wisely can lead you to many years of SUP heaven! There are three main points to consider prior to purchasing a SUP board and paddle: Equipment cost Size of the paddler to board and level of experience Water conditions (flat water, surf, rivers, etc.) Equipment Cost SUP boards range in...

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