Simple packing and easy handling
You can:• Take off on our own, with no assistance, even from a completely flat surface.
• Take off from sandy ground, snow and even a field.
• Take off from an area the size of a football pitch and land in the meadow behind a house.
• Fly in still air or gentle wind conditions.
• Fly in the morning, afternoon and evening in summer or winter.
• Fly close to land or at the height of 5 km.
• Fly a five minute circle in full view of the takeoff area or enjoy a hundred kilometre flight lasting up to three hours.
• Turn the engine off, glide in the thermal currents, then start it again or comfortably land without the engine on.
Sit in our seat and see the most beautiful views.
• The ergonomically formed back shell provides excellent protection for the spine.
• The choice of the carburettor ensures a balanced running of the engine without cutting out during all flying statuses.
• All the operational elements, including the fuel pump are operated safely from the pilot position, either on the ground or during the flight.
• Due to the electric start up, the pilot is totally self sufficient. The motor starts and heats up when positioned on the back and that is why there cannot be any contact at all with the functioning propeller.
For lighter pilots, the more suitable paramotors are those with a lower power; alternatively a heavier pilot will need a higher power paramotor for safe take off.
Weight of the pilot
A beginner pilot should always seek the advice of an experienced instructor when choosing equipment.
For recreational flying, paramotors with a smaller diameter propeller are recommended, for sport or competition flying then a larger diameter propeller is necessary. Tandem flying requires a paramotor with the highest power possible.
|Tallness (weight) of the pilot||up to 170 cm||165–190 cm||185 cm and more||110 kgs and more|