Product by: Opale Paramodels
Fly with the biggest Rc Backpack frame never built before. Backpack XL for wings over 5m.
Opale Paramodels is glad to introduce you the Backpack XL.The best word to define this product is Royal, the outstanding dimensions of it will leave you speechless.
This Backpack was specially developed for the pilot Tom. In order to give him the thrust to reach the sky in no time, we’ve decided to design a Backpack that will only carry the pilot, so we paid a close attention to details, to make it as much realistic as possible. Our team members were very enthusiastic after the first test flights, a one of a kind feeling simply hits you. However the esthetic was not done at the expense of the robustness. Thanks to the sturdiness of the materials, the Backpack XL is almost indestructible.
Besides the performance was not neglected, thanks to an 18in Opale Paramodels Carbon propeller, you will significantly reduce the noise, and in the meantime, increase the motorization efficiency. Therefore you will only need between 25% and 50% of throttle.
The association with the pilot Ben leads to one the best combo we ever made. And that is precisely where the attachment of details during the development occurs. Indeed, we found essential to make this Backpack as much convenient as possible. That is the reason why when you mount Ben on the Backpack, the pilot plate simply disappears in the Kingair Evo harness thanks to a dedicated pocket located inside the lower pocket of the harness. That’s why the realism of this combo is unmatched, you will no longer be able to distinguish it from a real paramotor. Another point and not the least, is that you can remove the pilot from the Backpack in only 2 minutes whenever you decide to go for a slope soaring trip.
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