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The Hadron product range has been there for almost as long as the brand and evolution of the Hadron model range has been hard to keep up with. Hadron, Hadron 1.1, Hadron XX, and now the Hadron 3.
The Hadron XX was the pinnacle of technology incorporating advanced systems such as Flap Trimmers and there are few that would deny the fact that the Hadron was a truly difficult glider to have consistency due to the complexity of the design. Enter the Hadron 3.
The glider all XC pilots have been waiting for offering easy take-off ability with satisfactory agility and fast top speeds perfect for the average XC pilot. The Hadron 3 has very little in common with the Hadron XX but the confusion in the name has caused many to be skeptical, opting rather for models that have not yet heard of (Driftair).
The Hadron 3 is recommended for all XC pilots that don’t qualify for the level of experienced required to fly the Dudek Warp. Having said that, the Hadron 3 is no slouch offering speeds greater than that of the Driftair and Nucleon 4. Those speeds are combined with little piloting input as the platform has no tendency to oscillate and keeps its track like no other on the XC offering.
Also important to note that the Hadron offers its speed as part of the trimmers which is excellent news for XC pilots pushing long distances. Here are some of the WINGMAN observations: