If you are enthusiastic about off-roading in Australia, the Simpson Desert, which contains the world's longest parallel sand dunes, must be the region to put on your list. But once you get into it there are no assistance available, so get your vehicle equipped with a durable sand flag with maximum visibility is completely necessary.
This premium sand flag that SAN HIMA offers to the 4x4 drivers, which meets Australian sand flag requirements in the Simpson Desert, is made of fiberglass with PVC coating to resist corrosion, rust and flex and more importantly, it can minimizes “whips” when your 4x4 is crossing sand dunes. The flag, which measures 30cm*30cm, features fluorescent orange with reflective yellow cross tape to maximize visibility. The aluminum joints, powder coated base pole and strengthened spring are engineered to withstand harsh Australian weather. 3 piece construction makes it more versatile in use.
With SAN HIMA, you are fully equipped to handle any challenges. Features
Visibility & Safety: This flag has been designed with fluorescent orange with reflective cross tape for maximum visibility and safety.
Simpson Desert Compliant: Designed to meet Australian sand flag requirements in the Flinders Ranges and the Simpson Desert.
Superior Durability: Fiberglass material with PVC coating,stainless steel joints and heavy-duty base ensure corrosion and rust proof capabilities.
Whip-Proof: Fiberglass construction makes this flag fracture-proof and eliminates excessive “whips”.
Extraordinary Versatility: 3 piece construction enables it to be mounted at different heights at your option.
Upgraded Base: The spring has been thoroughly strengthened to withstand harsh conditions and tough Australian weather.
Superior Practicality: Simple construction and quick connector design enable it to be erected and mounted on your vehicle within seconds.
Flexible Mounting: It can be mounted on the bull bar or roof rack of your vehicle for maximum convenience.
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