All Star Flags
Braided Nylon Halyard: The halyard, rope, lanyard or cord that we recommend using on your flagpole is a braided nylon. The braided nylon halyard is strong, durable and weather resistant. Always check the condition of your halyard when raising or lowering your flag.
Brass Swivel Snaphook: The snaphook is tied into the halyard and is used to clip/attach the flag grommet onto the halyard.
Cable Flag Arrangement: The flag arrangement is utilized on internal halyard poles. The flag arrange is attached to the bottom of the cable halyard and allows for connecting the flag to the cable halyard.
Cast Aluminum Cleat: The cleat is screwed into the flagpole shaft and is used to tie off the flagpole halyard once the flag has bee raised or lowered.
Flagpole Beaded Retainer Ring: The beaded retainer rings are used on internal halyard flagpoles. This the ring of beads that attach to the very bottom of the cable, beneath the flag arrangement to keep the bottom of the flag flying close to the pole.
Gold Aluminum Flagpole Ball: The gold aluminum ball is the primary choice for outdoor flagpole finials. The ball is regal in appearance. Eagles are sometimes used as finials but are more problematic from a maintenance perspective. The eagles tend to catch the flag and tear flags or break wings when they get tangled with the flag whereas the ball finial eliminates most chances that the flag would snag on the ornament. Legend also has it that flagpole ornaments on military flagpoles always contained a razor, a match and a bullet.
Justice Flagpole Light: This solar powered illuminating flag light mounts on any flagpole up to 2"-4" diameter. This light has a 100 lux output and provides up to 12 hours of illumination. The Justice Flagpole Light is best suited for 20'-25' flagpoles.
Liberty Flagpole Light: This solar powered illuminating flag light mounts on any flagpole up to 3" in diameter. Hardware is also included to mount on a 1" diameter residential flagpole, which could be attached to a porch deck or front door. This light has a 60 lux output and provides up to 12 hours of illumination.
Nylon Snaphook: The nylon snaphook is used to attach the flag grommet to the halyard. The nylon snaphooks are typically more quiet than the brass or zinc snaphooks. They are also popular in coastal environments where metals tend to corrode over time.
Revolving Flagpole Truck: The truck is the part at the top of the flagpole that contains the pulley that is used for raising and lowering the flag. The revolving trucks have 1 1/4 male threads that screw down into the threads in the top of the flagpole. The pulley portion of the aluminum truck features sealed bearings that allow it to rotate around the pole towards the direction the wind is blowing the flag.
Snaphook Cover: White neoprene cover that is installed around the snaphook to help with both noise reduction (snaphook banging against the flagpole) and adds life to the snaphook itself by protecting it from the elements.
Solar Flagpole Light: This solar powered illuminating flag light mounts on top of flagpoles and the light shines down onto the flags. The solar light slips over the rod on the flagpole ornament and rests on the flagpole truck. Suitable for poles up to 25' tall. Supplied with self charging solar batteries.
Stationary Flagpole Truck: Stationary trucks are normally made in a cap style that slides down over the outside diameter at the top of the flagpole. They are cast aluminum and the pulley is fixed.
Zinc Snaphook: The snaphook is tied into the halyard and is used to clip/attach the flag grommet onto the halyard.
ZipKlip Flag Fasteners: These nylon flag fastener clips are sold two per set and come complete with stainless steel spring clips. The halyard is held firmly in place with positive lock nylon set screws. These are most commonly used on cable halyard or nylon halyard that has a cable core.