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Instrument Deck for Powered Paraglider and TrikeBuggy Pilots

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The Wedge Instrument Deck

The Wedge


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Enlarge Photo The Wedge is a new style of instrument deck made for pilots wanting a lower profile panel to hold their vario and GPS for easy viewing.

  • Light, compact and low profile.
  • Sits on you legs strapped to your harness straps.
  • Holds your vario, GPS, compass with velcro and lanyard loops.
  • Pocket under instruments for phone, energy bars, etc.
  • Zippered pocket for larger items such as batteries, vario bags, apples, camera, etc.
  • Clear plastic extractable, attached pocket for maps under the Wedge.
  • Wedge shaped deck makes viewing instruments easy!

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