The lightest single-skin comes out on top in gliding performance, handling and stability.
The Sir Edmund² has been designed without a central supporting strut. Compared to its predecessor, it is lighter and has a fully optimised canopy. This has significantly improved the performance when gliding, as well as its flight behaviour. Direct handling, a high basic speed and a smooth accelerator make this single-skin a great experience to fly.
Part of the improvements are new, specifically developed risers. Sir Edmund² currently is the lightest available monosail. Like its predecessor it has persuasive, easy handling during launch.
Along with the String and Ultra Cross, the Sir Edmund² is an extraordinary light and compact paraglider, which would even fit into a lady's handbag.
|flat surface area m²||17||20||23|
|flat span m||9,44||10,06||10,98|
|flat aspect ratio||5,24||5,24||5,24|
|projected surface area m²||14,23||16,17||19,25|
|projected span m||7,38||7,87||8,59|
|projected aspect ratio||3,83||3,83||3,83|
|take-off weight kg||65–85||70–100||90–120|
|Certified according to||EN/LTF B||EN/LTF B||EN/LTF B|