Ozone Rush 5; The New Sport Intermediate Paraglider For 2018 Now Available in All Sizes!
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Ozone Rush 5: The New Sport Intermediate Paraglider
With Enzo 3 and Zeno tech
Next-gen 3D shaping and a refined OZONE SharkNose*
New reduced drag line plan
Enhanced internal structure for increased solidity in active air
Best in class glide performance across the entire speed range
Top Of Class
The Rush 5 is a top of class Sport-Performance-Intermediate wing that has been developed with the same technology used in our performance wings including the Enzo 3 and Zeno in addition to several new innovative features. An extensive period of performance glide testing allowed us to evaluate the R5 against class-leading wings from other manufacturers. The results have proven significant gains, especially in accelerated glide performance.
Like our performance and competition wings, the R5 excels in active air and challenging conditions. Hundreds of hours test flying in real air and turbulent conditions have gone into the development, ensuring that it satisfies our own demanding requirements along with the True Performance design goals – real, usable performance in turbulent air throughout the speed range.
The R&D team focused on the structural integrity of the wing to ensure an even more solid, compact, and confidence-inspiring feel compared to the Rush 4. Added structural solidity makes the wing more comfortable and improves performance in turbulent conditions. Compared to previous generation wings, the R5 profile retains its shape better in active air, allowing the wing to cut through turbulence with greater efficiency.
The Ozone Rush 5 comes in 5 standard colour options
Ozone encourages you to customize your own personal colour combination for your wing. Customization incurs a one off £100 Fee. Once you’ve decided your colour scheme you can share your design with your friends!!
Please add your Custome Ozone Colour Reference i.e (M/R/O/U) at the checkout screen.
The R5 retains a moderate Aspect Ratio for ease of use and higher levels of passive safety. Performance gains have come as a result of optimisations in the line layout and next-gen 3D shaping which splits the leading edge into three distinct sections for a clean, wrinkle-free surface. Enhanced panel shaping and TE mini-ribs have also reduced parasitic drag. A new optimised Shark Nose profile aids in all categories including stability, comfort, performance, and the brake range – making it extremely resistant to accidental spin or stall.
|Number of cells||57||57||57||57||57||57|
|Projected area (m2)||18.04||20.11||21.2||22.3||23.65||25.96|
|Flat area (m2)||21.41||23.86||25.16||26.5||28.06||30.81|
|Projected span (m)||8.55||9.02||9.27||9.51||9.78||10.25|
|Flat span (m)||10.9||11.51||11.81||12.13||12.48||13.08|
|Projected Aspect Ratio||4.05||4.05||4.05||4.05||4.05||4.05|
|Flat aspect ratio||5.55||5.55||5.55||5.55||5.55||5.55|
|Root Chord (m)||2.47||2.61||2.68||2.75||2.83||2.97|
|Glider Weight (kg)||4.63||5||5.19||5.47||5.71||6.2|
|Certified Weight Range (kg)||55-70||65-85||80-95||85-105||95-115||110-130|
|Recommended Flying Weight (kg)||60-70||70-84||82-94||90-104||100-114||112-128|
Top Surface Cloth: Dominico 30D MF
Bottom Surface Cloth: Dominico 30D MF
Rib cloth: Dominico 30D FM
Upper lines: Edelrid 8000U serie
Mid lines: Edelrid 8000U serie
Lower Lines: Liros PPSL/Edelrid 8000U
In The Air
A solid, high-performance wing is not the whole story; fun is the reason we fly. The R&D team concentrated on the handling and spent a lot of time optimising feedback and turn coordination. We wanted a wing with a direct feel and linear progression in the first part of the range, whilst being responsive and forgiving in the second part. The result is an efficient climb, flat turns with minimal brake input, and increased efficiency in light lift. The responsiveness in the second part of the brake range allows easier control in strong cores.
Although certified EN B, the Rush 5 is not suitable for beginner pilots. It is meant for experienced intermediate recreational pilots and XC enthusiasts who fly at least 50 hours per year.