Testimonials, deals, FAQs & other information

Our services

We provide gender reveal packages, tailored to your needs, with a 2-3 minute edited video and gift bag. Prices vary, depending on the number of smoke cartridges used, the complexity of the reveal and your location due to travel costs - the final cost will be discussed with you at the time of booking

Testimonials

Carrieanne, Botley;

"Such an exciting way to find out the gender of a baby, very good price for what you get to see. The team are fantastic, so friendly and respond well and fairly quickly to any questions or queries. I 100% recommend to anyone"

Current deals

Pleased with our services? Refer a friend to us and they will receive £10 off their gender reveal


Returning customer? Receive £15 off your chosen package


Are you a serving member of the Armed Forces or Emergency Services? Then receive a 15% discount off your chosen package


Questions? - Please get in touch via our "Contact us" tab at the top and bottom of this page


Please check our website regularly for new monthly deals and offers


FAQs

How are the package prices calculated?

There are numerous things to consider during the reveal process. The pilots have to cover the cost of the smoke canisters, aviation equipment and fuel, business and liability insurance as well as extreme sports insurance. We take all that into account as well as the cost of general wear and tear of the equipment used. Petrol costs to and from your location will be added on at the end once calculated.


What happens if the reveal cannot go ahead on the planned date due to adverse weather?

We endeavour to get the most accurate and up to date weather forecast for a specific area as soon as we can. If we cannot go ahead with the reveal due to adverse weather, we will advise you of this as soon as possible and offer you the option of booking another date or another location, if the weather is within our limits for launching within that new area.

Fun Facts

  • Statistically, paramotoring is as safe as driving


  • Pilots are almost never injured due to equipment failure, it's mainly down to the simple fact of human error.


  • The renound adventurer Bear Grylls, previously embarked on a record-setting paramotor challenge in the Himalayas near Mount Everest. He took off from a height of 4,400 metres which was about 8 miles south of the mountain. He then had to fend off temperatures of about -60 degrees Celsius. He had dangerously low oxygen levels when he reached the height of 9000 metres. This was already almost 3000 metres higher than the previous record of 6,102 metres.

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