RUSH XS S Med L XL
No of Cells 46 46 46 46 46
Area Proj. 19.28 21.18 23.00 25.14 27.55
Area Flat 22.37 24.57 26.66 29.16 32.00
Span Proj. 8.48 8.89 9.26 9.68 10.14
Span Flat 10.75 11.27 11.74 12.28 12.85
AR Proj. 3.73 3.73 3.73 3.73 3,73
AR Flat 5.17 5.17 5.17 5.17 5.17
Root Chord 2.65 2.77 2.89 3.02 3.17
Glider Weight (kg) 5.3 5.6 5.9 6.3 6.6
In flight weight Range* 55-75 70-90 85-105 100-120 115-135
DHV 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2

Materials

Cloth :

  • Top surface = Gelvenor
  • Bottom surface = Porcher 9017 E38A
  • Supported ribs = Porcher 9092 E29A
  • Unsupported ribs = Porcher 9017 E29A
  • Diagonals = Porcher 9017 E38A

Lines :

  • Uppers = DSL70
  • Mids = DSL140
  • Lowers (riser lines) = Edelrid 6843-200
  • Brakes = DSL70
  • Main brake = 10-200-040

DHV1 eredmények: XS S M L XL

Ozone uses only the finest materials on earth to construct its gliders. The Rush's design and materials were carefully researched and tested to ensure that it will withstand the test of time.

Pilots moving up from a Vibe to a Rush will notice a very significant improvement in every aspect of the gliders' performance: With increased pitch stability in turbulence and a marked tendency to cut through the bumps and bite into lift, the Rush is an entirely different wing, with the same DHV 1-2 rating.

The Rush features Ozone's brilliant new three-color design, and is available in 8 combinations.



The Rush was created for the performance pilot who needs DHV 1-2 security. With a higher aspect ratio and more cells than the Buzz, the Rush is closer to the Vulcan in performance while remaining well within the boundaries of the DHV 1-2 class. It features sportier, more dynamic handling than the Buzz, along with a higher speed range.

The Rush is Cross Country Performance with safety and stability. It is a top-end DHV 1-2 with all of the ingredients for long flights; all it needs is a pilot to lead the way. The Rush's launch characteristics are benign for a wing with such performance and dynamic character, and pilots will find that the inflation is simple to control even in higher winds. The wing likes to bite into thermals and the handling is direct and well coordinated, which makes coring even the tightest or most disorganized lift a pleasure. Feedback is transmitted to the pilot in comfortable amounts, and it is feedback that the pilot can understand and use, not just turbulence or noise.