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Aska 2013




ASKA - [2013]



The "One Five" is a replica in a smaller size of the One Seven who showed all its qualities in strong conditions and dynamical flight.

Aska has reworked exclusively on the brakes to adjust the wing to what is asked of a 15m ²  : generally flight in strong weather, speed flying and long flares.

The qualities of the One Seven are preserved, inflation and takeoff as easy as ever, an extreme stability of the wing, but it has a slightly inferior glide ratio and more speed. It is also a good easy wing for lightweight pilots.

The "One Seven" is the intermediate size in the range. On the market since August 2011, it has already proved its worth. At the same time very stable and dampened, she can be playful when you get hard on the brakes.

The fact that it is really easy to use makes it very pleasant to practice dynamical flight in strong winds, as it inflates perfectly without tearing you off the ground and as its small size allows it to get through harsher conditions than a paraglider.

It launches and takeoff  very easily, which is appreciated by the hiker pilots who often use improvised launching areas.

From flight on-site to thermal flying, through soaring and speedflying, the One Seven knows how to do everything and will accompany you in all your adventures.

The "One Nine" has been conceived from the original One Seven design, but it isn't a scale.

The number of cells was slightly increased in order to increase the glide ratio while maintaining excellent stability. This, along with its increased size, gives it therefore a slightly greater glide ratio than the One Seven (at an equal weight/PTV), and a slightly lower speed  with an even easier takeoff, while retaining the characteristics of extremely good inflating and stability of its small sister.

The One Nine has been designed to provide for heavier pilots the ease of use of the One Seven, but also to make it easier to practice the mini wing schooling and thermal flying for intermediate and expert pilots.

It has been specially tuned for a total flying weight/ PTV slightly higher and for a hiker use, or generally for less radical flying.
The bridle has been reduced to fit well to this type of practice.






Manufacture: ASKA-Sports



 Technical Data


Model One-Five One-Seven One-Nine
Area (Flat/Projected) 15.5m²/13.8m² 17m²/15m² 19.5m²/17m²
Wing Span (Flat/Projected) ?m/?m ?m/?m ?m/?m
Chord (max/min) ?m/?m ?m/?m ?m/?m
Aspect Ratio (Flat/Projected) 4.6 4.6 4.7
No. of Cells 30 34
Wing Material Dominico tex 40DMF
Weight (kg) 3.1 3.5 4.0
Glide Ratio 6.5:1
Trim Speed ~ Top Speed ?km/h ~ ?km/h ?km/h ~ ?km/h ?km/h ~ ?km/h
Recommended Fly weight (kg) 65-95 70-100 75-120



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