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Time Left: 22 days and 9 hours
Selling my rig because haven't been in the sport for past few years and hoping that someone else would be able to make use of it. Rig has been stored in cool dry environment in the meantime. - Wings W13 DOM 8/07, about 800 jumps total (SN 5710) - colors are blue, white, black - Sabre2 150 DOM 9/01, about 800 jumps, new lines about100 jumps (SN SA150-000495) - colors are purple, white - Smart 160 DOM 4/08 (SN 12537) - Vigil 2 AAD DOM 4/11, 620 jumps total (SN 22649) I'm in the Seattle WA area in case folks would like to meet in person to inspect it person but otherwise can ship to anywhere in US (buyer pays shipping). Feel free to contact me if there are any questions.
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Seattle, Washington - US
Time Left: 8 days and 9 hours
Looking to sell my container since I haven't been able to jump for the past 2 years consistently. Want to sell it as a package. Bought this brand new at the time and took great care of it (See Pictures) Can email additional photos and info I have by email if interested. Me: 175 lbs - 5'-9" 19" Torso (Hip to hole at throat diagonally) 43" Chest Container: MFG 2015 - Model I-55 MLW = 17.5" Red 22" Risers/Mini Rings Stainless Steel - Thread Thru Leg Straps Freefly Pud/Pillow Cutaway/Low Profile "D" Reserve Handle Aluminum Hook Knife Main Canopy: PD Sabre 2 150 250 Jumps MFG 07/2016 (First and Only Owner) Reserve Canopy: PD Reserve 193 0 Jumps MFG 02/2015 AAD: Cypres 2 MFG 11/2014 Last Service (09/2019) - Next Service 2022 $5150.00 (Complete System with below as well) Shipping Included in the US. Shipper pays for outside US. Reserve repack, inspection at Skydive Perris Rigging Loft included. Rig Sleeve Included Let me know if you have any questions
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Burbank, California - US
Time Left: 17 days and 17 hours
Custom ordered Infinity I-44. DoM is Nov. 2014 and I am the original owner. Has ~200 jumps, is in excellent shape and is very clean looking without goofy colors or over the top embroidery/branding. Options include: Type 17 risers, mini-rings, hip-rings w/floating laterals, mini D-ring, stainless hardware, extended wide chest strap, mesh backpad and leg pads, metal hook knife, and freefly pud. I am 5'10" and weigh around 145lbs as a reference for fit. The main is a Sabre2. DoM is 2005. I am the second owner and put ~200 jumps on it, the owner before me alleges that they put ~400 jumps on it. I had it relined and there is maybe 40 or 50 jumps on the new lines. It was fully inspected last year and is still in great shape. There is a small and unecessary patch near the label. The reserve is a PD 176. It was bought brand new around the same time as my container (Nov. 2014). It has zero rides but is due for a repack. The AAD is a Cypres2 changeable also bought brand new around the same time as my container (Nov. 2014). It went in for the first maintenance in spring 2019. Selling as complete package. Not interested in parting it out at this time.
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Vancouver, British Columbia - CA
I don't know if this is a topic that has ever been discussed, but i wanted to bring it up because I haven't came across any post. I've read plenty of articles debating a variety canopy flight and deployment characteristics, but nothing about altitude loss. I'm particularly interested in talking about the snivel/altitude loss of canopies. I understand it's nothing serious to consider when skydiving because the deployment altitude is higher than base jumping per say. However, it's something i'm personally interested in learning about and wanted to see if anyone else had any input? I've read articles about the Pilot or Safire 3 having severe snivel characteristics, so how does that relate to altitude loss? - Is a snivel characteristic correlated to altitude loss? - Is a hard opening caused by the canopy opening quicker, thus losing less altitude? Interested to see if anyone has any input?