Thanks, I didn't notice that you had posted the complete specs.
Very light considering she has a motor.
My 1,6 m ws Windrider Fox weights 430 g, but is a pure glider that I built without rudder.
Don't regret the added weight of the HK covering, she may fly better than at a lighter weight as soon as the air is not perfectly still.
With the same CG, I can put a 2200 or a 1500 in my Easyglider, and she flies more often than not with the heavier battery, that allows me to fly faster away of sink zones, and the glider is much more stable in turbulent conditions.
For the batteries of my Easyglider I try to land with 3,8 V left, this way they are at their storage voltage after landing, and can wait to be charged the day before I'll use them again.
For the pure gliders that have lipos, I just charge them at storage voltage to fly (more than enough for 90 mn flights).
No need to apologize, the title is pretty obscure🙂