Blade Geometry and Area Summary
Over the past three decades, we have continued to develop and innovate Dreher Sculling Oars in an effort to maximize performance while simultaneously creating ideal blades shape for the various scullers globally. The following charts and diagrams provide a comparison of the blade areas of the six of the ten sculling blades that we manufacture:
|BLADE TYPE|| BLADE AREA
|| BLADE TIP WIDTH
|| TOP LENGTH
|DreherEA or EAX||816 CM*CM||22.2 CM||49.5 CM|
|DreherEH or EHX||780 CM*CM||24.0 CM||51.0 CM|
| Dreher Alpha
||787 CM*CM||22.0 CM||46.0 CM|
|APEX-R or RX||740 CM*CM||NA||NA|
|APEX or APEX-X||818 CM*CM||21.6 CM||43.3 CM|
|BB2198||795 CM*CM||21.6 CM||43.3 CM|
|Little Big Blade||750 CM*CM||20.1 CM||43.3 CM|
|Macon-1999||747 CM*CM||19.4 CM||45.8 CM|
|Macon 18cm||747 CM*CM||18.1 CM||48.4 CM|
|Kinder Scull||713 CM*CM||17.0 CM||48.4 CM|
Shows an End View of all but the Macon Blade Shapes.
Shows a Side View of the EH (Yellow) & EA (Red).
Shows a Side View of the Apex (Lt. Green) & Apex-R (Brown/Green).
Shows a Side View of the Little Big Blade (Lt. Turquoise) and the Big Blade 2198 (Dark Blue).
Show a Side View of the Alpha (Yellow) and the Apex (Green).