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  1. cefey


    Its a small skydiving club, non-commercial, driven by people who is jumping there. That the reason for very cheap prices. They charge only to make club go around and not to earn money. The club-house is right next to Molde Airport, which they use for jumping. On weekends there only 2-4 planes a day, that use it, so they have whole airport for them self. HUGE landing area (about 1.5 km long and 500m wide), impossible to miss. People are super friendly and nice, trying to do their utmost best to make you feel welcome and home from the minuet you get there. Most of them jump RW (FS), but you can find someone to join you for FF, wing-suit or tracking jump. You find people of all level of experience, so there will be always someone to join you. As well, if you pay a bit extra, they can fly you and drop off close to The TrollWall. SuperB experience! Just a must to try! After jumping, there is a good chance to take a beer or two, join people for diner and a night out at Molde to make your experience complete! As well, there is tons of places to BASE jump and many experienced people, who will help you. If you are somewhere close and want to have amazing jump, that the right place!
  2. cefey


    Really great thing! Yes, it maybe a bit more expansive then other altimeters, but you get lot more then you pay for. For the first its very great accuracy, since its digital. But since it have a analog display, so it very easy to read. It have a clear and great display. Also I like very nice background light. Very great for night jumping! Also its have a logbook with lot of data. Exit alti, deploy alti, max/min/avg speed, ff time and much more! Only thing I dont like is that I have to buy very expensive software to get my logs over to PC. Otherwise Im super happy with it and highly recomend it for everyone! Cannot enter negative DZ offset
  3. cefey


    Really great audiable. I have alti-track, so I dont need a logbook in my audiable. Its pips when it have to pip, and sound clearly and loud! Only I don't like is that I can make it bips under canopy with no problem. A 180 on my Safire2 169 was enough. Otherwise its very great product! Highly recommended!
  4. cefey

    Javelin Odyssey

    I bought a brand new Odyssey J3K. Very greate and comfy rig! You dont feel it in plane or in free fall. Only problem I had is on sit, but it was no big deal, just i could be a bit better:) I had it only 4 month, but never had any kind of problem during that time. Its looks really great, I got lot of support and help while I was ordering. So I cant do anything else then recommend that rig! However I ordered G4 now. Just wanted to try something new. But I strongly recommend Odyssey as well!
  5. cefey

    Safire 2

    At first I was going for the Sabre2, but after only 1 jump on Safire2 I felt in love with this chute. Now I have put around 50 jumps on my Safire2 169, with wingload about 1.2 I have tested Sabre1, Sabre2, Silhouette, Spectre, Navigator and PD (in different sizes), so I compare with all this chutes. First of all, is softest and nicest opening ever. They are soooo great, I done gonna give them up for nothing! Even after crappy pack, they are always nice. Some people say they take lot of alti, but with me its take around 400-800fot, its not THAT much. I tried lot of different way to pack it, and had some twin opening, and some spin. But they are all way on head, and never twin and spin. But to avoid it, just follow canopy, be with it on openings, and they´ll be great. Compared to other chutes, sabre2 comes clothes to openings, but not the same at all. And sabre1 had very hard and awful opening. Now over to flying. It´s main reason why I decided to go for Safire2 instead of Sabre2. Safire flyers lot easier then sabre. Its much more nicer and comfy. In turns it need more input to swing fast. But if you push toggles really down, its turns really fast. Only thing I liked better with Sabre2, is that its much easier in front risers. Specter turns lot faster, but you almost don't have chance to turn slow with it. And you loose lot of alti with it. And now, flare. Its endless. One time I came down in front risers with good speed, and there was snow-ice-drift. I flared almost everything, got 2 meters up, and 5 forward, flared a bit more and had super soft landing. As long as you flare in time, you´ll have super soft landings. Sabre 2 is also great in flare, kinda as good as Safire. Specter is with my wingload is with perfect flare is super soft to, but if you flare bit to early or bit to late, you will get a bit harder landing. And I dint like silhouette, in compare with Safire, it had no flare at all. I recommend this chute to everyone, no mater how many jumps you have, because its sooooo much in this chute. If you want super soft openings, endeless flare. This one is for you. Sabre is a bit faster in turns, but if you give a bit more input, I bet you go at least as fast as sabre! Super chute, thanks Icarus! (when I was buying equipment, I was searching for the best thing, so you can read my reviews on merlin rw suite, Z1 helmet, solo, alti-track and javelin odyssey) Blue skies!