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  1. I will be soon moving to Spain from the UK. Will I need to convert my British Skydiving license to the Spanish federation one? And if so, does anyone know what the process is? Thank you
  2. Great audible - no frills but plenty versatile - excellent price. I bought v1 before anyone had even reviewed it and couldnt be happier.
  3. At the same loading, as in this case, I'd say the bigger canopy has the stronger stopping/breaking power. So I'd bet my money that it opens faster. Although I am sure it's alot more complicated, and probably, how fast it opens is more influenced by the volume of the air needed to inflate fully and how quickly the air can get into the canopy.
  4. Union Jack Teardrop sounds like Tim Porter, he also has a zebra skin one
  5. Pretty sure one (the skydiver) of Fluid Wings' original band members is an engineer (not sure which specialty) by training............Did I read it on their website?
  6. Found it....Visor Mount from ZKULLS
  7. I cant find it but I recently saw a photo of a TFX with a camera mount on the visor
  8. Any more info on the NExus? I really want one instead of going the Sabre route but as I cannot demo one in Europe it would be great to hear some first hand impressions.
  9. Tonfly Full face unveiled
  10. Yes I bought it at the DZ in Reggio Emilia. Noticed you could do the same on another trip to Fano. Insurance: Pegaso Price per year: 90 euro Max coverage: 1.5M euro If I remember correctly there was also a temporary option that lasted 3 months.....but not totally sure. Another popular skydiving insurance in ITALY is Pianeta Volo
  11. I had to pay for an italian insurance as my skydiving Bupa International's max payout was not enough in Italy.
  12. Also in another video from Greg Rau @ UPT, double wraps are recommended as his preferred method...