instrument review

  1. Flymaster LIVE DS first impressions review

    Flymaster LIVE DS first impressions review

    Flymaster’s long-anticipated double-screen Live DS has finally arrived in eager pilots’ hands. Flybubble’s Phil Clark has put one on his flight deck, and gives us his first impressions of this high-spec new instrument.

  2. Skytraxx 3.0 Flight Instrument Insight

    Skytraxx 3.0 Flight Instrument Insight

    The Skytraxx 3.0 is an all-in-one flight computer. It offers all the bells and whistles for flying competition tasks and will record your flights and replay them to you. It can’t thermal for you, but it can show you where to go, what's around you and where you’re going with accuracy, clarity and style. Steve Uzochukwu shares his first impressions.

  3. Flytec Alto flight instrument review

    Flytec Alto flight instrument review

    Flytec have created the Element Alto for leisure paraglider and hang glider pilots who want a simple, robust and reliable vario with essential functionality only. On the outside it is based on the proven Flytec design with an extremely tough housing, high-contrast monochrome LCD screen and tactile, glove-friendly buttons. On the inside it features simplified internal electronics by Naviter combined with signature Flytec-quality vario and tone.

  4. Syride SYS'Nav review | Skywings Magazine

    Syride SYS'Nav review | Skywings Magazine

    Andrew Craig tries the Syride SYS'GPS' more powerful big brother, the SYS'Nav.

    After their SYS'Alti vario and SYS'GPS altimeter-vario-GPS, Syride have come up with an even more capable box of tricks, while keeping the box the same size as the other two.

  5. Flymaster LIVE SD instrument review & tips

    Flymaster LIVE SD instrument review & tips

    The Flymaster Live SD is a top-of-the-range flight instrument offering advanced competition features and live tracking. Flybubble Team Pilot PHIL CLARK checks out the features and offers advice on getting the most out of this great unit.

  6. Naviter Oudie 3: Flight Instrument Review

    Naviter Oudie 3: Flight Instrument Review

    Naviter claim that the Oudie 3 is easy to use, requires no installation and works right out of the box. So for my first flights with it I did just that and, to my happy surprise, it worked just fine!

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