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Charly Round Canopy Rescue System

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CHARLY hang gliding rescue systems:

Pionier and market leader since 1984

Even before it became mandatory for air sports pilots to carry a rescue parachute in 1986, CHARLY, thanks to its innovative strength, was already one of the leading suppliers of hang gliding and paragliding rescue systems.
Center line construction, double canopy technology, rocket deployment, steerable rescues – CHARLY has always been among the pioneers. With the DIAMONDcross, the first steerable cross canopy, another milestone in rescue system construction could be achieved.

With Tom Grabner, CHARLY was able to win a developer who combines extensive technical know-how from his many years as an aeronautical engineer with a unique wealth of practical experience. The extreme paragliding acro pilot tests his equipment under the toughest conditions. This enabled him to take rescue equipment development a decisive step further.


charly HG round

charly-hgInexpensive center line rescue parachute, proven for many years and characterized by relatively low weight and small packing dimensions. Its functionality and reliability have been demonstrated by numerous documented deployments. Surface 36 m², max. load 125 kg. Main riser available with or without built-in CHARLY Rotor swivel.

Swivel for hang glider and UL rescue systems

charly Rotor

In emergency situations, hang gliders and ultralights (UL) often get into rotating spins that can tangle the reserve. This is effectively prevented by the CHARLY Rotor. The main risers of modern hang glider and UL rescue systems are equipped with a swivel as standard. Installed by the rescue system manufacturer, the CHARLY rotor is DHV approved for all hang glider and UL rescues.


Modell Charly HG
Max. load: 125 kg
Flat surface: 36 m²
Weight: 2080 g
Weight incl. Rotor: 2120 g
Sink speed: 5.4 m/s @ 110 kg
4.9 m/s @ 100 kg
Volumetric value: 7280 ccm
Certification: LTF
Article number: HFa110


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Charly Round Capped Reserves

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