PHI Symphonia 2 (EN A+)
PHI Symphonia 2 the paragliding revolution goes on!
Around 4.5 years ago we introduced a funny striped A-class wing that cost as much as a High B glider. We then also communicated that this wing offers high B performance! Not only have we created a new class with the PHI Symphony and finally established the A class as the “standard class”. “Super High A” is now in fashion! Thanks to this unique wing and its children, we have also established ourselves on the market in a very short time. No one is surprised anymore that there are more and more funny striped wings around. Thank you, Symphonia. Now it’s time to top it up!
- PHI Symphonia 2 EN A+, generally a glider for 80% of pilots.
Just a quick heads up, finally got to take the S2 on a proper XC at manilla. Super impressed. Did a 90km XC to Bingara. Was super relaxing to fly, and the performance was unreal. Was flying with mostly enC and high B wings, and it easily kept up with them. Got an amazing 20km final glide next to a delta 3 and arrived same height together. Super happy I took your advice and went with the S2. The R07 risers worked nicely on the wing. Great on the full bar for directional changes and checking the glider. Dan Mckenna
Designer's NoteThe PHI Symphonia 2 combines the unique properties of the original Symphony with some new know-how. The leading edge is more stable, a new intake makes launching much easier. The mini ribs and new rods in the nose improve performance. The sail cut has been revised. Line material and line geometry are new. Summing up, the Symphonia 2 performs even better than its predecessor and is easier to use. The centre wing is more stable, which improves handling, precision and safety! But as always, the very important note: Don’t believe any manufacturer, try it yourself! Symphonia 2 20, 24 and 26 have completed the DHV test flights: production is already running: And the first wings will arrive in a few weeks. We have also added the size 23.
Scope of Delivery
- PHI Harmonica 43 Concertina Compress Bag
- Repair Kit
You have to have the training and a licence to fly a paraglider. Check with your instructor if you are buying your first glider.
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