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Mission: Promote paragliding, encourage safe flying.
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Simple lightness (EN A-D)
SUSI Q – Mountain racer and pleasure wing
Depending on the size and wing loading, the SUSI Q is a little wing with impressive performance or a comfortable wing for cranking up in thermals. The smallest size only weighs 2 kilograms and is therefore perfect for ambitious flying mountaineers.
Dependable and powerful. In a small size or with high wing loading, the SUSI Q is the perfect vehicle for ambitious mountaineers: small packing size, super light and very easy to launch. At only 2 kilograms (SUSI Q 10), it is hardly noticeable in a backpack. Once laid out, it only needs a little tug and the glider inflates easily. In the air, the SUSI Q impresses with a glide ratio that is unusually good for this type of wing.
Comfortable and likes to climb. In larger sizes or with high wing loading, the SUSI Q is a comfortable wing to use for hike & fly. Because of its low minimum speed and its small turning radius, with low wing loading the SUSI Q is a comfortable wing for relaxed circling in thermals.
Light and durable. The SUSI Q is a real mountaineering wing: super light but also robust, ready to withstand harsh alpine environments. This is made possible by a sophisticated mixture of materials: ultralight cloth is only used in areas where stress is minimal. Risers made of 12mm wide Kevlar ensure comfort and safety during take off.
Depending on size and wing loading, the SUSI Q is a glider
with a great deal of passive safety or a small, demanding and dynamic wing. Size
20 is certified EN A if flown within the recommended weight range and is
suitable for beginner pilots. The smaller sizes, particularly sizes 10, 12 and
14 are only suitable for very experienced pilots.
The SUSI Q experience (Please click at the small pictures to enlarge)
Scope of delivery
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Last modified: 2017/06/16