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Seasonal Designs 20 ft. Aluminum Flagpole with 3 ft. x 5 ft. U.S. Flag
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Seasonal Designs

20 ft. Aluminum Flagpole with 3 ft. x 5 ft. U.S. Flag

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This Seasonal Designs 20 ft. Aluminum Flagpole with American Flag includes a 3 ft. x 5 ft. nylon flag with a canvas header and brass grommets. It comes with a gold ball, halyard, pulley, rope and sleeve to insert into the ground. The rust-resistant aluminum pole has a 2 in. diameter.

  • Flagpole: Aluminum construction for durability
  • Flagpole: Rust-resistant aluminum helps the flagpole maintain its shine
  • Flagpole: 20 ft. tall for displaying your flag with pride
  • Flag: Nylon flag with a canvas header and brass grommets for durability
  • Flag: American flag design for patriotic display
  • Flag: Embroidered stars and sewn stripes with a quadruple stitch on the fly end for long-lasting strength
  • Flag: 3 ft. x 5 ft. flag offers clear viewing from a distance
  • Includes a gold ball, rope, pulley, halyard and sleeve to insert into the ground for a complete flag display some minor assembly required

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Can two flags be displayed on this item?

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Yes I have both the us flag and pow flag on my pole, both are the heavier flags,flown them for years and had no problems.
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I fly both national flags on mine no problem.. The national colors, and the POW/MIA flag. I used steel pipes 2 x 10ft that slid into each other(in gardening by fencing) I think 1 1/4 inch, but not sure. got everything at HD. but no issues. We get wind and it moves back and forth (which looks cool) but no issues, for over 2 years. We set the base pole then poured concrete around it, leaving the middle Read More
I fly both national flags on mine no problem.. The national colors, and the POW/MIA flag. I used steel pipes 2 x 10ft that slid into each other(in gardening by fencing) I think 1 1/4 inch, but not sure. got everything at HD. but no issues. We get wind and it moves back and forth (which looks cool) but no issues, for over 2 years. We set the base pole then poured concrete around it, leaving the middle open...only a little bit of concrete allowed in the middle. We used that opening for our metal pipes... Put the next bottom pole on, then slid in the inner pole. we then built from the top, when both were done. slid them together , last screw, done. That way if we need to do any maintenance, we can take apart. Read Less
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No. Pole would definitely break in light wind if two flags were installed.
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Not recommended. Too much weight on the pole when the flags get wet.
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August 24, 2015
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You could attach 2 flags to this pole by adding additional connectors to the line. However you would need to protect the pole from bending under the extra weight by installing a PVC pipe into the flagpole for extra support.
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how is the flagpole anchored in the ground?

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Instructions seem pretty straight forward. Dig a hole, set the plastic sleeve, and pour a concrete base around it. I used an old plastic 5 gallon bucket with the bottom cut out as the form for the concrete. I added long piece of pipe that fit inside the aluminum flag pole pipe so the base was deeper in the ground. That pipe was anchored with rocks below the poured concrete base. With the added pipe I Read More
Instructions seem pretty straight forward. Dig a hole, set the plastic sleeve, and pour a concrete base around it. I used an old plastic 5 gallon bucket with the bottom cut out as the form for the concrete. I added long piece of pipe that fit inside the aluminum flag pole pipe so the base was deeper in the ground. That pipe was anchored with rocks below the poured concrete base. With the added pipe I could maximize the length of flag pole above ground. Read Less
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PVC pipe inserted into the ground and cemented.
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You need to dig a hole about 2 ft down, And fill with one 50 pound bag of concrete. I used a 5 gallon bucket to mix it , i put a couple hand full of pebbles, in there to mixed it good, First have someone hold the pole straight , and then pour concrete into the hole. Use a leveler to make sure its vertical. After a few minutes, it was good, I kept checking the level every 30 minutes. I only put the the Read More
You need to dig a hole about 2 ft down, And fill with one 50 pound bag of concrete. I used a 5 gallon bucket to mix it , i put a couple hand full of pebbles, in there to mixed it good, First have someone hold the pole straight , and then pour concrete into the hole. Use a leveler to make sure its vertical. After a few minutes, it was good, I kept checking the level every 30 minutes. I only put the the bottom first pole and waited 1-2 days, then built the rest. I also used heavier poles on the inside of tube for extra stability. Read Less
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Is everything included w/purchase made entirely within the U.S.?

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June 5, 2016
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This will come with everything needed but the base material.
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Not what I asked, Bob. Is everything included (flag, pole, pulley, light, everything) made entirely within the U.S.? Of course the flag is. Now that it was made public most were not a couple of years ago. Some models like this will include lights or poles made in China.
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Yes all US flags are made entirely within the US.
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What is the highest wind this flag pole can stand? I live in an inlet on the ocean and I want to make sure this will with stand the high winds.
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60 mph
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Ive had 7mph, according to my weather station on my roof.
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60MPH flagged 80MPH unflagged
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 117 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by So far so good with Modificaion add galvanized pipe inside to stiffen pole 1 1/2"x10' and self tap screw at all connections. Also the fennel was extremely a pain to get screwed into the top. July 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent permanent yard flag Installation was relatively easy and its appearance is totally professional. A very nice and patriotic addition to the yard. June 28, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Decent flagpole Only issue found so far is at the eagle topper did not fit the truck. Had to tap the truck to get threads to match. Had I not had tools necessary to tap truck I would have been unable to install the topper and would have retuned the pole. Other than topper was easy to assemble and install and looks great. Only comes with clips for one flag and they are cheap plastic so recommend buying metal halyard clips unless you want to be searching for your flag(s) once the elements / weather degrade and/or break the plastic clips September 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by great buy was easy to assemble, the flags are flying beautifully August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Everything is said in name. Looks great. Pole segments fitted together properly. Hole to fasten Eagle at the top would only allow screwing in just to the thickness of the cap. Nut provided to hold tight. Looks really great with the light. August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good quality The flagpole was easy to assemble and easy to set straight. The aluminum is good quality and sturdy. August 2, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Flag pole This sounded & looked good on line. I am disappointed in the flagpole. This was VERY METICULOUSLY installed according to directions. From the flag's first wisp of air, it wanted to fly high and free. As we stood admiring the flag& pole- it has a lot of play in it, way too much play. This is a lot of work& expense, but I don't see it having much lifespan. The pole is not hefty enough.Bad time to realize it as you watch it sway in a very minor breeze July 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Well worth the money! This flag combo is well worth the money. The top is so beautiful with the eagle sitting on the ball It was very easy to install. Would recommend this for a beautiful addition to your outside appearance. June 28, 2016
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