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LittleCloud Atypik

LittleCloud - Atypik




A 19m2 mini wing with a flat aspect ratio of 6.2. A little more demanding than the Spiruline and the Ginseng, offering considerably more performance. Aimed at experienced pilots, who are comfortable flying in thermic conditions and turbulent air.

The Atypik offers excellent precision, maintaining a dampened pitch, and has shorter brake travel than the Spiruline. With a weight of 4.2kg, theres a great potential for speed. Suitable for all performance flying (XC, thermic conditions and soaring). A great companion for your travels, mountain flights and vol- bivouac.

The Atypik can feel a little overwhelming on it’s first flights, but this feeling quickly disappears. It’s a simple wing to understand, nevertheless the pilot must get a feeling for the controls in order to judge the tightness of the turns.

This mini wing is load tested according to EN-926-1 norms (115kg to 8kg). It’s equipped with trims and foot accelerator (and a system to prevent both features from being used at once).

Following a year of testing this mini wing in all conditions, we are launching the the Atypik 16. Offering the same excellent precision and glide as it’s big sister, the 19m2. The Atypik 16 is aimed at experienced pilots seeking a small and efficient wing that performs well in thermic conditions.






Manufacture: Little Cloud


 Technical Data

Model Atypik 16 Atypik 19
Area (Flat/Projected) 16m²/?m² 19m²/?m²
Wing Span (Flat/Projected) 9,9m/?m ? 10,8m/?m ?
Chord (max/min) ?m/?m ? ?m/?m ?
Aspect Ratio (Flat/Projected) 6,05/? 6,2/?
No. of Cells 43
Wing Material  41g Dokdo 30D / 35g Dokdo 30D
Weight (kg) 3,3 4,2
Glide Ratio 8,5:1
Trim Speed ~ Top Speed ?km/h ~ ?km/h ?km/h ~ ?km/h
Recommended Fly weight (kg) 110Kg 115Kg


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