Diva CCC By Champions for Champions

One liner - Striving for glory in the most prestigious cross country competitions? The Diva will take you to goal.

paraglider Diva CCC <em>By Champions for Champions</em> Bruce Goldsmith Design
paraglider Diva CCC <em>By Champions for Champions</em> Bruce Goldsmith Design
paraglider Diva CCC <em>By Champions for Champions</em> Bruce Goldsmith Design
paraglider Diva CCC <em>By Champions for Champions</em> Bruce Goldsmith Design
paraglider Diva CCC <em>By Champions for Champions</em> Bruce Goldsmith Design
paraglider Diva CCC <em>By Champions for Champions</em> Bruce Goldsmith Design
paraglider Diva CCC <em>By Champions for Champions</em> Bruce Goldsmith Design
paraglider Diva CCC <em>By Champions for Champions</em> Bruce Goldsmith Design
paraglider Diva CCC <em>By Champions for Champions</em> Bruce Goldsmith Design

Flying Style

  • Learning
  • Hike and Fly
  • Cross Country
  • Freestyle
  • SIV
paraglider Diva CCC <em>By Champions for Champions</em> Bruce Goldsmith Design

Especificaciones

  XS S M L  
Factor de escala 1 1.04 1.08 1.12  
Superficie proyectada 17.43 18.85 20.33 21.86
Superficie plana 21.00 22.71 24.49 26.34
Peso sin bolsa 5.0 5.4 5.8 6.2 kg
Longitud suspentaje 205 212 222 231 m
Altura 7.10 7.40 7.6356 7.90 m
Líneas por banda 3/3 A/B
Celdas 74  
Alargamiento 7.5  
Alargamiento proyectado 5.39  
Cuerda 2.03 2.11 2.28 2.55 m
Envergadura 12.56 13.06 14.11 15.80 m
Envergadura proyectada 9.70 10.08 10.89 12.20 m
Rango de pesos 70-90 80-100 90-112 100-125 kg
Velocidad a frenos libres 40 km/h
Velocidad máxima 75 74 km/h
Tasa de caída mínima 1.0 m/sec
Mejor planeo 12  
Homologación CCC  

Objeto

Designed by a world champ for the next champ, the DIVA is for pilots who want the feel of 3-liner while benefitting from the performance of a 2-liner. This is a very high performance wing and is only for highly skilled competition-level pilots.

Descripción

With 25 years of competition experience behind him, Bruce understands well the requirements of a good competition wing. The DIVA is the fastest and most advanced paraglider he has ever created. CCC certified, it is constructed from a mix of standard D30 and lightweight 27g Porcher cloths. It benefits from a new minimal-drag line layout, CCB, shark nose, progressive stability and a speed-optimising profile. All that makes the DIVA very competitive yet easy to handle in the air and on the ground, with top safety for its class.

Notas del diseñador

Since my son Tyr will be flying in the worlds, I designed the DIVA to be fast, but with the perfect balance of raw performance and progressive safety. The DIVA is designed to warn experienced pilots of light-to-moderate turbulence rather than completely collapsing. Bruce’s article in Cross Country magazine, ‘Shifting Our Thinking on Safety’, explains how “a wing that is super stable and almost never collapses can lead to more accidents. This is because the wing rarely collapses, so when it does collapse the pilot is not prepared and has little experience of how to deal with the situation. Any wing will collapse given enough turbulence. So if a wing is going to collapse, it’s better that is makes a small collapse in medium turbulence rather than a big collapse in strong turbulence. The nature of the collapse as well as the amount of turbulence the wing can resist before the collapse is what make the collapse easier to cope with and safer.”

Materiales

Top surface: Dominico D30
Bottom surface: Porcher 27g
Internal structure: Porcher Skytex 38gm hard
Nose reinforcing: Plastic wire 2,3mm and 2,7 mm
Risers: 13 mm black Kevlar/nylon webbing
Risers: P-18 Harken pulleys
Top lines: Edelrid Magix pro 8000U070, 050
Middle lines: Edelrid Magix pro 8000U070, 050, 070, 090
Lower lines: Liros DC161, Edelrid Magix pro 8000U230, 360
Brakes: Liros DC60

Color opciones



El embalaje incluye

  • Paraglider
  • Rucksack
  • BGD concertina bag
  • BGD T-shirt
  • USB stick with manuals
  • BGD stickers


Características de diseño

CCB Cord Cut Billow

La tecnología Cord Cut Billow ha sido desarrollada para mejorar la fricción de forma, estabilidad de la vela y rendimiento general de nuestros parapentes. Dos costuras corren en sentido de la cuerda a través de los paneles superiores del borde de ataque para acomodar el hinchamiento del panel que se produce cuando el ala está inflada. Se crean hasta cinco centímetros de exceso de material en los lados de un panel plano inflado al curvarse sobre un perfil de ala. La tecnología Cord Cut Billow absorbe el material con un panel 3D dando como resultado menos arrugas y una forma de perfil de costilla y estabilidad mejoradas.

Mini-costillas en borde de ataque

Situadas a lo largo del borde de ataque están las mini-costillas reforzadas, diseñadas para ayudar a producir un perfil sólido como roca cuando se usa el acelerador.

Tiburón fuerte

Un morro de tiburón agresivo optimiza la presión interna en todas las velocidades.

Minimal line consumtion

Over the years we have perfected our system of optimizing the line layout of our wings. We use numerous equations, software, and plain old experience to build our line layout. The result is simple: fewer lines making stronger, faster gliders. The DIVA has an extremely low line consumption at 222 meters on the M size.

Snap Lock

Snap Locks are lightweight compact attachments that effortlessly connect brakes to the risers with a small focused magnet inside the catch and an internal locking system that holds the handle in every direction except down toward the pilot. This unique design feature means the handles don’t fall off while kiting, packing, or performing maneuvers. The Snap Lock system solves many of the problems associated with press-studs and magnets that every pilot faces.

74 enhanced cells

Cord Cut Billow and new leading edge mini-ribs allows us to lower the number of full cells while gaining the characteristics of a high cell count paraglider.

Light and durable

The Diva is constructed with a mix of lightweight but robust, proven, materials and only weighs in at 4.9kg(XS).

Progressive stability

The DIVA is designed to warn experienced pilots of light-to-moderate turbulence rather than completely collapsing. Bruce’s article in Cross Country magazine, ‘Shifting Our Thinking on Safety’, explains how “a wing that is super stable and almost never collapses can lead to more accidents. This is because the wing rarely collapses, so when it does collapse the pilot is not prepared and has little experience of how to deal with the situation. Any wing will collapse given enough turbulence. So if a wing is going to collapse, it’s better that is makes a small collapse in medium turbulence rather than a big collapse in strong turbulence. The nature of the collapse as well as the amount of turbulence the wing can resist before the collapse is what make the collapse easier to cope with and safer.

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