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This means we have all their wings and harnesses in stock for you to try out, in various sizes. We also stock all their bags, accessories and some Advance clothing. It's a massive investment that most dealers don't make. But we are proud to stand behind Advance because they focus on top quality products and service, which aligns with Flybubble's guiding principle of delivering the best service to our customers.Read more
The Advance LIGHTNESS 2 is a lightweight harness for paragliding cross country enthusiasts. Having tested ours for a full season, we're ready to report on the pros and cons of this exceptional pod harness.
Weighing just 2.95kg in the medium size, it offers a significant weight-saving when compared to most full-featured cocoon-style harnesses, yet it retains all of the functionality.
We consider its suitability for hike-and-fly explorers and inspect the durability displayed by our frequently flown test unit.Read more
Flybubble's Carlo Borsattino attended the BHPA Emergency Parachute Conference 2015, run by the BHPA's Bill Morris. Here's his report from the event.Read more
The Syride SYS'NAV V3 is a lightweight flight instrument packed with features.
This growing resource collects tips and tricks to help you get the most out of your instrument.Read more
The RANGE X-ALPS is an ultralight competition harness designed for the Red Bull X-Alps 2015. It has an eye-catching aerodynamic rear fin and a narrow fit, offering maximum performance through reduced drag. Pilots competing in hike-and-fly races will be excited by the news, but is it suitable for the wider adventure-flying market, or even as a regular harness for experienced XC pilots wanting to minimise? As such it competes with our current favourite for bivi pilots, the Kortel Kolibri. In this review we compare the two and highlight advantages to help you decide which one is right for you.Read more
The Coupe Icare is the biggest festival of the international paragliding community. The exhibition is held in St. Hilaire du Touvet, an alpine hamlet near Grenoble, France. All the major brands vie for attention with dazzling displays, exciting new releases and news of promising developments. The Flybubble crew spent a productive weekend with our trade partners finding out what's new in the world of freeflight manufacturing.Read more
The Gin Carrera was recently modified by a new line set that supposedly tames its nature while retaining the original performance. Is the Gin Carrera+ (Carrera Plus) an upgrade? Flybubble team pilot Simon Steel reports.Read more
A few handles have been found to have insufficient stitching which could result in the handle tearing during use, so Gin Gliders are recalling the entire production batch to ensure that the safety of pilots is guaranteed. If you bought one from us after June 2014, contact us for a replacement rescue handle (free of charge).
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