Gin G-Lite

£419.00

Live stock status. See our Shipping and Stock page for more details. 2 in stock

When in stock, UK approx 2-5 workdays, other countries see shipping page

Status: Current model

Condition: New

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The G-Lite is an annular pulled-down apex (PDA) emergency reserve parachute for paraglider and paramotor pilots.

Technical specifications

SIZE #32 #39
Area 31 38
Line Length (m) 6..33 7.01
Centre line (m) 5.57 6.17
Weight (kg) 1.7 2.1
Max. load (kg) 105 130

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Gin G-Lite: standard PDA reserve

Developed by GIN, it’s an evolution of our One-G, one of the best-selling rescue parachutes of all time. Compared to the One-G, the G-Lite offers greater stability and a reduction in weight whilst remaining reliable and cost-effective.

  • Light annular PDA rescue (reserve)
  • 2 sizes
  • EN / LTF

Reduced weight

The G-Lite is significantly lighter than the comparable size of One-G. Due to improved gore shape generated by 3D design, we could reduce the rescue size without compromising safety and a sink rate.

Good sink rate and stability

The G-lite’s design offers excellent sink rate and stability. This has enabled us to both increase the maximum weight and reduce the surface area. The size #32 is certified to a maximum load of 105kg with a sink rate of 5.0m/s. Pilots flying below the maximum load will have a lower sink rate than this.

Bridle options

Rescue Bridle for harnesses with integrated bridles

Y bridle (125cm or 155cm) is optionally available for harnesses with no bridles

Certification

The G-Lite is certified EN and LTF to the EN 12491 and LTF 91/09 standards.

Manual

Download Gin G-Lite manual (PDF)

Additional Information

Condition New
Reserve Certification EN 12491
Shipping Details When in stock, UK approx 2-5 workdays, other countries see shipping page
Model Status Current model

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