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There are two way of thinking.. One see an instructor use school equipment then buy something suitable to your level. Two See an instructor and get independent advice buy the equipment you will learn on and fly when you have finished the course.

Learning on your own equipment means you won't have to get used to a different set up when you get your wing's.

Instructors/dealers will only advise you to buy the equipment they sell and will be biased!!

Look at the local pilots to you and see what they fly. Ask them why they fly that equipment... Is this equipment suitable to you and your level.

How heavy are you.?

Are you fit?

Any previous EXP?

I always ask a New pilot what flying do they want to do... Do you aspire to doing Big XC's or low level Slalom type flying.

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