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Teardrop / Quill Flag - Double Image

Please Note: Delivery lead time for this product is strictly 7 working days

£74.00

We are offering FREE DESIGN ON FLAGS. - When ordering you will be able to upload your images, photos etc. Please also include a word / text document giving instructions on how you would like to see your flag(s) laid out as well as the text content you wish us to include. We will provide you with a proof of the proposed layout for your approval / amendment before printing.

Superb quality flags that you will be delighted with. Printed onto Two layer Blackback Pro Knitted Polyester with dye-sublimation process.

  • Suitable for both outdoor and indoor use
  • Lightweight, portable and easy to assemble
  • Printed using a dye-sublimation process for great show-through on the reverse
  • High performance aluminium and GRP poles
  • Available in four sizes
  • Multiple options for bases
  • Beaufort scale: 4 (13 -18 mph)

Sleeve Colour

Our sleeves are printed as part of the flag design / background colour. If you require a black or white sleeves at no extra cost please inform us in the notes section of your order.

Specification

Name Small Medium Large Extra Large
Overall Width 800mm 1050mm 1250mm 1200mm
Overall Height 2000mm 2620mm 3300mm 4300mm
Graphic Width 800mm 1050mm 1250mm 1200mm
Graphic Height 1700mm 2620mm 3300mm 4300mm

Notice

Consider where you position your flag, as air pollution will cause the white areas to become grey and UV can, over time, cause deterioration and fading to the fabric.

Flags can be washed in a regular washing machine on a 40? wash with everyday detergents. Always allow your flag to completely dry out before storing.

Ensure that your flag doesn't catch or snag on its pole or any other surrounding objects. Do not place poles too close together.

Dismantle your flag during adverse weather conditions, including strong winds in excess of beaufort scale 4 (13-18mph). Heavy rain combined with high winds can increase the weight of the flag and put extra strain on the pole.

Life expectancy is entirely dependant on the climatic conditions and hours of flying. Realistic maximum lifespan of a regularly used flag is six months.