Technical data and sizes

QUEEN S QUEEN M QUEEN L
Number of cells 62 62 62
Projected area (m2) 19.7 21.4 22.9
Flat area (m2) 23.5 25.5 27.3
Projected span (m) 9.6 10 10.4
Flat span (m) 12 12.6 13
Projected Aspect Ratio 4.64 4.64 4.64
Flat aspect ratio 6.2 6.2 6.2
Root Chord (m) 2.43 2.53 2.62
Glider weight (kg) 5 5.3 5.7
In-flight weight range (kg) 70-90 80-104 100-120
Test reports test report, sticker test report, sticker test report, sticker
Latest manual all sizes EN GER EN GER EN GER
Certification LTF/EN D C C

Materials

CANOPY FABRIC CODE
Upper surface NCV Skytex 38 Universal
Bottom surface NCV Skytex 38 Universal
Profiles NCV 9017 – E29A
Diagonals NCV 9017 – E29A
Loops COUSIN 608 10mm
Reinforcement loops NCV F06391 – E45A
Internal construction
D-Ribs, H-Straps, Mini ribs
NCV 9017 – E29A
Thread Serafil 40/2000, 60/2000
SUSPENSION LINES
FABRIC CODE
Upper cascades A-8000-U-050, A-8000-U-070, ​A-8000-U-090
Middle cascades A-8000-U-070, A-8000-U-130
Main A-8000-U-200, A-8000-U-230, A-8000-U-130
Brake lines DC-40, Dyneema 12110, Dyneema 12250
Main brake Cousin 200/1.5mm (Blue)
Thread Serafil Amann 60/0415
RISERS FABRIC CODE
Fabric webbing cousin 3455-12mm
Fabric Güth & Wolf Black 70 404/12,5mm Dyneema
Color indicator Cordura 200/200PU
Thread Serafil Amann 20/4000, 20/1078
Brake Swivel Fob ningbo – china 6mm
Maillons Inox Peguet Oval 3mm
Pulleys 4 Harken Carbo T18 18mm ball bearing pulley

Main features

  • High end EN/LTF-C glider, entry to competition world and big XC flights.
  • Good pitch stability and neutral balance in strong thermals for ease of piloting
  • Trim speed optimized for good climbing
  • Clean canopy with refined sail tensions
  • Direct handling with precise control
  • Internal construction like in two liner gliders: “four cells diagonals”, (RLE) reinforced leading edge for clean and compact canopy
  • Three liner concept, with considerable line reduction (LR) and materials for reduced drag and better gliding performance. Uncovered UV protected coating lines, A8000-U series Edelrid. Span wise lines optimization in two main rows.
  • BPI – back position intake technology for spin and stall resistance and good stability at accelerated flight.
  • Reinforced leading edge (RLE), Smooth trailing edger reinforcements (STE) together with (BPI) for greater stability and good gliding performance on wide speed range.
  • Completely new profile developed out of currently experimental King glider. Hybrid between two and three liner profiles, together with back position intake (BPI).
  • Low induced drag wing tip (LDW), optimized washout with two additional floating cells. Additional wing tip line reduction and airflow aligned panels.
  • Full span distributed panels orientation streamlined to airflow direction
  • Improved 3d shaping (ballooning) on the leading edge
  • Good top speed
  • Easy launch control
  • EN-C, LTF-C

Package includes

  • Glider QUEEN
  • Backpack
  • Inner bag
  • Glider strap
  • Triple Seven T-shirt
  • USB key with manual
  • Repair stickers

Queen News and competition results

Queen 2 rules the skies of Valle de Bravo

20. January, 2020

Valle de Bravo is known for consistent but quite demanding conditions in January, and last week’s Monarca Open was no exception. 5 tasks were scored, and when the dust settled we were pleased to see that last year’s many podium finishes for the Queen 2 were not just a fluke – this time, two Triple

Queen 2 wins the BGD Weightless

15. January, 2020

The first FAI 2 competition in 2020 was held in Roldanillo-Colombia; the BGD Weightless. This new competition format benefits the lighter pilots, with scoring adapted for different weight ranges. This way the lighter pilots get a chance to join the podiums, in spite of being too light to fly the big wings. Queen 2 made

German Newcomer Challenge in Tolmin SI

26. September, 2019

The German paragliding scene is possibly the most sorted of any nation, with a strong federation working hard to further the sport in Germany. One initiative which has fostered many new talents over the years is the DHV Newcomer Challenge, a competition format aimed at preparing and nurturing the next generation of World Cup superstars.

Hurricane Open in Dunlap, Tennessee – it was a tale of Queens…

The Hurricane Open was, by the looks of it, a very successful event, with no less than 6 tasks in 7 days. It’s almost standard fare to see the Queen 2 on the top of the podiums these days, but this event was something special even in the annals of Queen 2 comp success; top

And finally, closer to home…

26. June, 2019

While Levico Terme is still almost home turf for the Triple Seven crew, the Applegate Open was certainly a wee bit more exotic – but we also had a comp running in our own back yard, the Naviter Open in Tolmin/Slovenia. A much more diverse field, with pilots from all over the world, “luck” still

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