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Selling used second hand paragliding equipment, where to post?

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Selling used second hand paragliding equipment, where to post?

Where do you post when you are selling your used paragliding equipment?   Facebook Groups https://www.facebook.com/groups/APBSS/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/PG2HE/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/PG2HE/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/paraglidingworld/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/secondhandparagliding/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/paragliderporsell/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/280680308720400/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/1767736680111984/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/1423440291301416/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/638691776286442/   Online Forums Paragliding Forum Classified Adds   Websites https://wingstall.com/   Useful Links How to calculate the price for used 2nd hand paraglider? How to sell used second hand paragliding equipment? Selling used second hand paragliding equipment, where to post? Guide to the small talk vocabulary when selling second hand paragliding gear.   Let us know what is your favourite place to sell your used paragliding equipment.

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How to calculate the price for used 2nd hand paraglider?

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How to calculate the price for used 2nd hand paraglider?

There is no silver bullet to calculate the sale price for 2nd hand glider, this should get you close to the reasonable sale price for current or superseded models for gliders. Price New $4,600 - $420 10% GST - $270 Age = Current Date - Purchased Date $15 per month - $1,200 Air Time @ $10 per hour - $400 Superseded model $400 per model, (by two models -$800) - $200 Ground Handling hours @ $20 per hour - $100 Beach Flying, Stains, Damage $100 - $500 - $200 Repairs, Replaced Panels, Tape Repairs $100 - $800 Sale Price: $1,810 You can also...

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Guide to the small talk vocabulary when selling second hand paragliding gear.

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Guide to the small talk vocabulary when selling second hand paragliding gear.

‘About 50 hours’At least 200 hours - ‘Fair condition’About 10 years old - ‘Mint’Porous- ‘Less than eight hours’Scared the hell out of me - ‘Crispy’Been in the loft for three years - ‘Immaculate’I cleaned most of the dirt off with bleach - ‘Includes glider check certificate’I’ve been busy in Photoshop - ‘Reluctant sale’Getting married - ‘Ideal first wing’Old, ragged out and won’t go up - ‘This is an XC machine’Old, ragged out and porous - ‘Awesome handling’Turns like an oil tanker - ‘No SIV or acro’Four weeks acro training in Organya - ‘Always concertina packed’Never concertina packed a glider in my life - ‘Reserve as new’It’s yellow and I know it because I’ve seen it - ‘Price negotiable’Taking a punt - ‘A few small tape repairs’Landed backwards through hedge - ‘Professionally...

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How to learn paragliding?

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How to learn paragliding?

Here are the steps to learn paragliding: Find a school: Look for a reputable paragliding school or instructor in your area who offers training and certification courses. Ask Us for recommendations.  Take a beginner course: Start with a beginner or discovery course, which will introduce you to the basic concepts, equipment, and techniques of paragliding. Practice and gain experience: After completing the beginner course, it's important to practice and gain experience under the supervision of an instructor. This can involve taking additional training sessions, going on supervised flights, and practicing on your own. Obtain certification: To fly solo, you will...

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How much does a paraglider cost?

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How much does a paraglider cost?

The cost of a paraglider can vary greatly, depending on several factors such as the quality, size, and features of the equipment. A beginner-level paraglider can cost anywhere from $2,000 to $4,000, while advanced or high-performance models can cost upwards of $9,000 or more. 

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