How to set up your topline dance frame
A – Normal setting (highest) for Waltz, Foxtrot, Quickstep, Viennese Waltz
B – Lower setting (W,F, Q, VW)
C – Lowest setting (Tango)
D – Normal setting (all five ballroom dances)
E/F – Lower setting (Only used to improve comfort)
1 – Narrowest setting (Tango)
2 – Middle setting (Tango)
3 – Widest (normal) setting (W,F, Q, VW)
4 – Narrowest setting
5 – Middle setting
6 – Widest (normal) setting for all five ballroom dances
Tango Holes (7/8) – Allows the right side to be rotated & narrowed for greater adjustment.
STEP 1 – Place the neck section so that it points down the back (V shape down) – it should not rest directly against the neck.
STEP 2 – The horizontal arm sections should sit level with the tie/bow tie.
STEP 3 – Place the silicon strips on the underside of the neck section, where the frame is in contact with your clothing.
STEP 4 – If the frame slips, raise the arms, lift the frame and tilt it back into position – don’t just push it!
STEP 5 – Extra comfort grips can be placed on the neck section if you have pronounced collar bones to ease pressure