Ozone Buzz Z3 Paraglider


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You're new to paragliding, but already feel that it is going to be a large part of your life, and you know that you plan to pursue paragliding enthusiastically.


The Buzz Z3 paraglider has everything that you need to progress safely through the first years of your career. Even if you plan to fly regularly and improve quickly, you won't outgrow the Buzz Z too soon.

The Buzz Z3 is ideal for enthusiastic and talented beginners, or pilots moving up from a DHV 1 wing who still crave that extra level of security not available in other gliders with DHV 1-2 performance.

The Buzz's handling and performance is ample enough for a new pilots' first years of progression, with absolutely no compromise in safety. The Buzz Z3 is designed to be a super-safe glider for pilots who need DHV 1 safety in a wing with DHV 1-2 Performance.

Launching the Buzz Z3 is simple in Forward or Reverse launch style as the wing has no tendency to over-fly the pilot, and there is positive pressure on the risers throughout the range of inflation.

Feedback is gentle, without insulating the pilot from the air, allowing newer pilots to learn from the air on every flight. Brake pressure increases significantly towards the end of the range, and the increase in pressure before the spin or stall point is virtually impossible to ignore.

Stability and comfort in active air is what sets the Buzz Z3 apart from the competition, and DHV 1-2 pilots can fly this glider with confidence in a wide variety of conditions. The direct handling and agile turn of the Buzz Z3 make it an ideal thermalling and XC glider for DHV 1-2 pilots who want to fly XC in real XC conditions, with comfort and confidence in their wing.

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  • Manufactured by: Ozone


Tom Cooper
5 of 5 Stars
Miles Radcliffe
5 of 5 Stars
Its early days but wing feels great. Control is easy and precise and it feels solid in flight. Reassuring for a low airtime pilot. Great recommendation Steve, thanks.


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