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'''HangOver The Tower''' is a travelling [[drop tower]] built by [[Funtime]] for [[Ewald Schneider]] It premiered on {{date|July 17, 2015}} at the [[Rheinkirmes]] in Germany and is currently the tallest travelling drop tower.<ref>[http://www.holdtightriders.co.uk/get-ready-for-a-massive-hangover/ Get Ready for a Massive Hangover - Hold Tight Riders]</ref>
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'''HangOver The Tower''' is a travelling [[drop tower]] built by [[Funtime]] for [[Ewald Schneider]] It premiered on July 17, 2015 at the [[Rheinkirmes]] in Germany and is currently the tallest travelling drop tower.<ref>[http://www.holdtightriders.co.uk/get-ready-for-a-massive-hangover/ Get Ready for a Massive Hangover - Hold Tight Riders]</ref>
  
 
It is Schneider's third drop tower, after [[Power Tower (Schneider)|Power Tower]] and [[Power Tower 2]] which opened in 1998 and 2002 respectively.
 
It is Schneider's third drop tower, after [[Power Tower (Schneider)|Power Tower]] and [[Power Tower 2]] which opened in 1998 and 2002 respectively.

Latest revision as of 12:59, 28 June 2020

HangOver The Tower
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Germany
Location Travelling
Status Operating since July 17, 2015
Statistics
Manufacturer Funtime
Product Skyfall
Capacity 24 riders
Hourly capacity 700
Area 75.5 feet × 65.6 feet
Power consumption 300kW
Height 278.9 feet
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HangOver The Tower 02.jpg

HangOver The Tower is a travelling drop tower built by Funtime for Ewald Schneider It premiered on July 17, 2015 at the Rheinkirmes in Germany and is currently the tallest travelling drop tower.[1]

It is Schneider's third drop tower, after Power Tower and Power Tower 2 which opened in 1998 and 2002 respectively.

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The structure reaches a height of 278.9 feet and has a 262.5 foot drop. This makes it the tallest travelling drop tower and it shares the record for tallest drop on a travelling drop tower. The rotating gondola seats 24 riders and reaches a speed of 25 metres per second (55.9 mph).

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