Ozone Fazer 4
Speed & Stability
The Fazer series has always been about versatility in a traditional planform. This is the perfect wing for intermediate speed pilots who want to progress their flying to the next level (which is, of course, the Rapido Series of wings).
Are endless… the Fazer 4 is designed to fly equally well in foot or ski-launch situations, but with an emphasis on foot-launched flight. Its wide trim range makes it easy to launch at a wide variety of sites and conditions, from flat to steep, and alpine to windy.
For any wing, aspect ratio is a design factor that cannot be cheated. It might not be the soul of the wing, but it’s definitely the body. The Fazer 4 retains the same cell count and aspect ratio of its predecessor, for a stable and compact feel in flight. The profile is reinforced across the entire span for easy inflation and performance at speed. It is equally comfortable on cliff launches and shallow hills.
Dynamic handling, snappy barrel rolls, and overall excellent stability has made the Fazer series well trusted over the past 10 years. Now, the brake range is even longer, with improved flare and a more progressive carving turn. The sail feels tight and compact and is confidence inspiring when carving terrain.
|No. of Cells||17||17||17||17|
|Projected Area (m²)||7.07||8.84||10.63||12.42|
|Flat Area (m²)||7.96||9.96||11.97||13.99|
|Projected Span (m)||4.33||4.84||5.3||5.73|
|Flat Span (m)||5.23||5.85||6.41||6.93|
|Projected Aspect Ratio||2.65||2.65||2.65||2.65|
|Flat Aspect Ratio||3.43||3.43||3.43||3.43|
|Glider Weight (kg)||*||2.4||2.75||3|