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Reserve parachute SKYHOOK
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reserve parachute
reserve parachute
reserve parachute
reserve parachute
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Closely behind the three ring release system, the Skyhook RSL is one of the greatest skydiving innovations from our founder, Bill Booth. Effectively using the malfunctioning main canopy as a pilot chute for the reserve, the Skyhook RSL dramatically speeds up the process of deploying a reserve canopy after cutting away a malfunctioning main canopy. Due to the nature of its design, it is effective in both high, and low speed malfunctions and is suitable for all types of jumping, including camera flying. The integrated Skyhook RSL Releases Non-RSL Riser Pulls Reserve Pin 3-4 Times Faster Than A Pilot Chute Alone Extracts Reserve Bag | 0.2 Sec Line Stretch | 0.4 Sec Reserve Out | 0.5 Sec Field tested, tried and proven Tested: 250+ R&D Deployments Tried: 300+ Intentional Cutaways Proven: 1,600+ Estimated Actual Emergency Skyhook Deployments RSL VS SKYHOOK RSL While a normal RSL automatically pulls the reserve ripcord pin following a breakaway, the new UPT Skyhook RSL goes two steps further. It automatically releases the non-RSL riser in case the RSL riser was released prematurely (ensuring your reserve will not deploy with half your main still attached). The Skyhook then uses your departing malfunctioned main canopy as a super pilot chute to deploy your reserve canopy, taking about ½ second from breakaway to line stretch (reserve canopy out of the bag). This is 3 to 4 times faster than a pilot chute can do alone. The Skyhook also causes the reserve bag to leave your back with such speed that it becomes far less likely you will entangle with your main canopy in the case of a spinning malfunction.


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