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Reserve Globe Light 90/110/130/210

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Dudek's Globe Light parachute is designed for solo flying and tandem paraglider pilots. In case of serious paraglider malfunction rendering further flight impossible, our system reduces the sink rate and allows for a safe landing.


Its weight ranges have been adjusted so that maximum sink speed never exceeds 5,5 m/s - something of special importance to the pilot involed

As standard, the system comes packed in its inner bag, ready to be inserted into a harness-integrated container. Your harness should be equipped with its own release handle and V- or H-shaped risers leading from the shoulder straps to the container. If any of these are missing, contact your harness dealer and/or manufacturer since the length and shape of those parts can vary with the harness model and must exactly fit the one you are using.

As an option, you can get at Dudek Paragliders the externally mounted container, its release handle and V-risers. It can be attached to the front or side of the harness, depending on your preferences and harness characteristics.

Rescue parachute is activated manually by releasing the handle, pulling the bag out of the container and throwing it out along the direction of the airflow (together with the handle).

Technical Data

Globe & Quad Light 90 110 135 Quad 160 Bi
EN Certification EP 024.2010_DP EP 025.2010_DP EP 025.2010_DP EN 12491: 2015 EP 031.2010_DP
LTF Certification RG 024.2010_DP RG 025.2010_DP RG 026.2010_DP NfL 2-565-20 RG 031.2010_DP
Declaration of Design and Performance (DDP) 02.002.002 02.002.002 02.002.002 02.002.002
Canopy system single single single single single
Number of panels/lines 13 14 16 20
Surface flat [m2] 22.5 26.3 32.5 40 55.9
Maximum opening speed [km/h] 115 115 115 115 115
Maximum opening time [s] <5 <5 <5 <4 <5
Maximum sink rate [m/s] <5.5 <5.5 <5.5 5.35 <5.5
Load (min – max) [kg] 55-90 70-110 95-135 106-160 12-210
Weight [kg] 1.4 1.55 1.85 1.7 2.8

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