Feather Flags Usage and Care
Information and Care Instructions
These feather flags are engineered to withstand fair to moderate weather including light to moderate winds, rain or snow. However, it is recommended that the flags are taken down for high wind situations as wind speeds higher than 23mph can damage the flags and their stands.
Flag Installation Instructions
Step 1 - Tap spike rod into soft ground or insert bottom rod into X-base.
Step 2 - Assemble the first 2 tapered rods, starting with the thinnest rod and then adding the next size, making sure they fit snugly together.
Step 3 - Insert these 2 rods into the sleeve on the side of the flag.
Step 4 - Continue to add the next 2 metal rods until the top rod has been pushed all the way to the end of the sleeve. Make sure the rod with the anchor clip is on bottom. Tip: It is important to ensure the rods are positioned right to the end of the sleeve.
Step 5 - Insert completed assembly onto base rod from Step 1.
Step 6 - Bring the bungee string up through the grommets on the bottom of the sleeve. Then back down and adjust the attention of the flag. Secure the metal spring clip on the bottom of the banner to the movable anchor point on the bottom rod and tie string around the clip to secure the banner. Tip: If the banner is too loose or too tight, adjust the anchor point up or down accordingly.
1. Spike Pole
The standard spike pole base can be used on any level, grass or soft, penetrable ground.
Install Instructions: Tap longer pole into the ground. Be careful not to tap & damage the shorter-thicker swivel spindle. Insert the bottom of the pole of the banner into the swivel spindle.
An X-Base gives you the option to use on any level, hard ground surface outside, such as concrete, with the added capability for indoor use.
Install Instructions: Simply slip the flag pole onto this cross base, and place on any level, hard surface.