The Sport Lifter CSL-1 was manufactured by Nen-Carvon. It was a type of repulsorlift harness, essentially a floating chair, used by non-professional players of grav-ball. It was equipped with reinforced hull bracing, onboard diagnostics for pre-flight checks, and twin (fire-linked) grav-ball repulsor pods to propel grav-balls (sport lifter models used by professional tournament players hand longer-ranged repulsor pods). It was 1.4 meters tall, had a flight ceiling of 50 meters, could fly 220 kmh, and provided "rapid acceleration and high maneuverability." It was sold with a two-year warranty for 12,000 credits.