Our latest post on our YouTube channel shows how you can set up your rig on your own, however, we HIGHLY recommend getting the help of at least one other person. Just because it CAN be done, doesn’t mean it SHOULD be done! 

So can the Qizzup portable rig fit in YOUR house? Find out below! 


Rig at Lowest Height: 5’H with a footprint of 3.5’ x 6’


Rig at Max Height: 11.4’H with a footprint of 7.5’ x 8.5’


Carry Bag: less than 60”L x 12”W x 3”H (about 5’L x 1’W)

Soft Carry Box: 9”L x 12”W x 9”H


Total Weight: 70lbs

Composition: Stainless Steel and Magnesium Alloy

Minimum Breaking Load: 1550lbs (700kg)

Maximum Weight Limit (WLL): 265lbs (120kg)

10:1 safety factor for a 150lb aerialist

5:1 safety factor for 265lb aerialist 



  • The Qizzup portable aerial rig is adjustable by limited increments of 4-5 inches. When adjusting to different increments, be sure that each leg is at the same height before use.
  • For added safety, add sandbags to your aerial set up to help ensure all four legs stay grounded. A sewn runner is a good replacement of the connector rings to help maintain the integrity of your carabiners longer.
  • This rig is not recommended for advance drops or multiple users at one time. Swinging outside of the footprint is strongly discouraged as it can cause the legs to lift. The four feet should always remain stationary and on the ground. The rig should always be set up on level ground.

We hope this rig can work for you and your aerial training! Have fun and stay Fly!


The Qizzup Team

If you have some ideas of what you want to see here or on our YouTube channel, comment and let us know. If you want to submit a blog post of your own, email us at info@qizzup.com. We would LOVE to hear from you!