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Reviews of paragliders tested by Ojovolador

UP Summit XC4: first test flight

What a ship this Summit XC4! During all the flight I had a feeling of total performance, glide, speed and stability. The turn is immediate, with a short, direct handling with very sporty touch. It is very clear that...

Photo album: U-Turn Passenger 2

We did some test flights with the U-turn Passenger 2 paraglider, a very sporty and efficient tandem wing of the famed manufacturer specialised in acro and freestyle. After a thorough inspection on the ground, we took to the skies...
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Video: Testing the BlackLight 2 on a 127Km flight

This time I took the U-Turn Blacklight 2 paraglider that Alamair lent me and I went to visit my friend Driu, of the Aerofly paragliding school, to test this new EN B glider in the unpaired background offered by...

Swing Nyos, EN B paraglider review

The Swing Nyos replaces the Mistral as the "high" EN B model of the German manufacturer. A two-hour flight in variable and technical spring conditions– with narrow, broken cores, some turbulence almost all the time and more severe wiggles...

First contact with paraglider Sol Sycross One

The wind was too strong for a test flight with the Sol Sycross One, however, we managed to do a good photo session at the paramotor field. There, the wind was manageable and allowed us to test inflations and...

ITV Jedi 2 – Review of EN B paraglider

What a pleasant surprise I had with the new ITV Jedi 2 paraglider! I had an idea of it as a multipurpose paramotor-free flight wing, but in my mind I put it more on the paramotor side; perhaps the...

Paraglider review: Mac Para Charger

The Czech manufacturer Mac Para has been strong in the paramotor world for years, with multipurpose models for beginners like the Eden series –a free flight wing available with paramotor risers–, more advanced reflex models like the MacJet...

Niviuk Artik 4 – EN C paraglider review

The EN C model of the Spanish manufacturer Niviuk, the Artik 4, targets a broad segment of pilots as it is a very accessible intermediate glider that boasts top performance, which makes it a good climbing and XC machine. With...

Swing Sensis, EN B paraglider review

At a time when many manufacturers launch their 'high' EN B gliders, Swing introduces a new member of the family in the B-B class, reclaiming easy progression and accessible performance. The Sensis is positioned between the Arcus, for "novel...

UP Trango XC3 paraglider review

The high-performance cross-country flagship from UP comes renewed and vibrant in its 3rd generation: The heir of what once was the Serial class (EN D) model in the Ultralite Products range, took nearly two years of work and many...

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