Sharpen your flying skills with the Graupner FAI Gate. Made
from sturdy poles and durable red and white polyester fabric this arch affords fantastic
visibility for any solo or racing circuit.
The FAI Gate comes in its own compact carrying case for easy storage and
portability. Its simple design takes
mere minutes to deploy: connect the rods, slip the gate onto the frame, bend into
an arch by attaching the grounding belt to each end, plant the ends into the
ground, stake the whole thing down and you’re good to go.
Use the FAI Gate by itself for flying practice, or procure
several to set up a fun racing course.
Looking for a greater challenge?
Set up a crazy circuit by coupling the FAI Gate with any of Graupner’s
FPV accessories: you and your friends will have an incredible time racing
around flags and through cubes and archways.
The FAI Gate makes an excellent companion to the Alpha 110 FPV copter,
or any of Graupner’s multirotor models. Go out and get your race on!
- Easy assembly and storage
- Comes in a protective carrying case with handles
- Highly visible red and white colors
- Perfect for use with other Graupner Flags and Gates (sold
- Diameter: 145in
- Material: Polyester
- 4 x FAI Gates
- Carrying Case
- Pole rods
- Metal ground stakes
Really nice gates, they are large and easy to see with contrasting color scheme. They set up easily and stay up well in moderate to heavy wind.
Reviewed by: Brian from Longmont on 4/28/2017
FAI air gate
the good-big and high vis. eazy to feed rod in to the nylon fabric.
the bad-you have to pound in the silver tube fairly deep so the ground line is on the ground. glue the plastic spike in the aluminum tube or you will luse it.
vrs other gates
the fiberglass rods will never brake but they are harder on quads than the lighter ones that tend to shater and flex in the wind-like 1/2 pvc i think.
Reviewed by: matt from vancouver on 4/11/2017
The gates look great and are big.
Con you are not going to get the main stake into the ground unless you live in swamp land. Bring a peace of rebar and a sledge hammer to first put a hole in the ground.
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) Shane Nierzwicki from Arizona on 8/3/2018