About the Dreamflyer

The Dreamflyer™ is lightweight and compact, requires no power and virtually no maintenance. The 3′ x 6′ footprint enables the Dreamflyer™ to easily fit into any room in the house; it can even be stored in a closet. The black powder-coated steel frame and sports seat provide a pleasing appearance enabling the Dreamflyer™ to fit into any decor. The sports seat provides a comfortable virtual experience. The patent-pending gimbal inner-frame responds to the actions of the control stick in real time.

Dreamflyer™ captures the motion based on simple gravitational movements of the chair initiated by the user in response to the views on the screen. By using gravitational force to generate motions, the Dreamflyer™ has eliminated the need for hydraulics and motors, and associated costly maintenance.

The unit is shipped unassembled in two boxes. Your shipment will include assembly instructions, product warranty and a User Manual to assist you in configuring the Saitek controls to your preferred settings.

Once assembled you then add your monitor (or monitors if using the tri-mount bracket assembly) and plug the two USB connectors into your computer.

Depending on your weight and the weight of the monitor(s) that you add, you may need to adjust the offsetting weight adjustment located at the rear of the pilot seat. Instructions are included. You are now ready to fly!

4 thoughts on “About the Dreamflyer”

  1. Hi, sorry but my English is not very good … I need to know which model you ofresen, I saw your pagiuna but there are two models one made with PVC and the other is a metal version, however the planes ofresen are used to build the model? the recommended software to work with all instructions biene?
    thank you

    1. The Dreamflyer is made of steel tubing as described on this web site in the “Welcome” section. The flying software is customer supplied; usually Microsoft Flight Simulator X. Cost about $100. Please also look under FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) section for answers to most other questions you might have.

  2. Glad to see you finally got my name, picture and videos off this site. Doc Holloway creator of DreamFlyer

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