Technical data and sizes

SKEWER 13 SKEWER 15
Number of cells 24 24
Projected area (m2) 11.2 12.9
Flat area (m2) 13 15
Projected span (m) 6 6.4
Flat span (m) 7.2 7.7
Projected Aspect Ratio 3 3
Flat aspect ratio 4 4
Glider weight (kg)
In-flight weight range (kg)
Certification LTF/EN / /

Technology

  • BPI – Back Positioned Intake (wide speed range, stability, flare, easy inflation)
  • RLE – Rigid Leading Edge (easy inflation, increased glider performance)
  • 3 liner risers, with release trimer system
  • AB cascade for pitch stability
  • A,B,C perforated diagonals for compact but still light canopy

Main features

  • Speedflying glider launchable by foot
  • Nice wing inflation
  • Easy launch characteristics, with good takeoff lift (low launch speed)
  • Direct precise brake control
  • Pitch stability in turbulence
  • Adjustable trim speed for wide glide range (fast descent or good glide to the landing)
  • Good max glide (soaring, flying out to landing after downhill)
  • Nice landing characteristics with easy flaring

Package includes

  • Speedflying glider SKEWER
  • Glider strap
  • Inner bag
  • Triple Seven T-shirt

Skewer News and competition results

Payment

5. August, 2020

Another podium for the Gambit (Spanish nationals)

13. July, 2020

This time, Pedro Moreira from Portugal, placed second in the Campeonato España Open in Piedrahita. In a field of 150 pilots, Pedro was able to win two tasks out of 5. His comment: I am very happy with my Gambit. It is a fantastic glider and I almost think it was specially made for my

“So give back to Caesar what is Caesar’s, and to God what is God’s.”

11. September, 2018

In the old days the quote above, assigned to Jesus of Galilee, was often used by clerics to justify the collection of taxes. Today we’d like to use it a little more tongue-in-cheek, and say “give to the Queen (2) what is hers, and to the rest what is theirs” – it so happens that

The Triple Seven Gambit – a CCC prototype. Feedback from Tilen Ceglar

4. July, 2018

Our roaming reporter/photographer/test pilot/wing tuner Matjaz managed to get Tilen Ceglar to stand still for long enough to ask him a few questions about the wing that he flew in the World Cup in Gemona, Italy last week; here’s what they talked about: 1. Hi Tilen, first you had to decide whether to fly the

The BC system – explained

13. June, 2018

The Queen 2 has risers standard-equipped with the BC* system. We get lots of questions about how to use this system properly. To explain this we sent Matjaz flying, with his camera, to show how to use the system, and get the right grip on the risers with the BC system. Check out the video!

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