New Zealand Flag The Most Heavy Duty
Premium Quality & The Most Heavy Duty NZ Flag (union jack), Professionally made, New Zealand flag standard size 1800x900mm (6'x3'). How can we guarantee that our NZ flags last longer than the others on the market?
- Professionally screen printed - vivid colors & fade resistant - the colours will last for 2-3 years with no colour fading
- Professional colour matching - blue PMS280C and red PMS186C
- Heavy duty fabric - high standard woven fabric instead of polyknit
- Anti-fray design - special anti-fray edge design to double the lifespan
- Durable hemming - 4 rows stitches at the fly edge instead of 2
- Mounting - NZ standard sister clips, not eyelets
The New Zealand Flag, New Zealand White Ensign and New Zealand Red Ensign
1. The New Zealand flag is the symbol of the realm, government and people of New Zealand. The royal blue background is derived from the ensign of the Blue Squadron of the Royal Navy. The 4 stars of the Southern Cross indicate New Zealand's location in the South Pacific Ocean. The Union Jack in the first quarter indicates New Zealand's historical origins as a British colony and dominion.
2. The New Zealand Red Ensign was flown on New Zealand merchant ships during both world wars. It is based on the British Red Ensign.
3. The New Zealand White Ensign is flown by ships and commissioned shore establishments of the Royal New Zealand Navy.
New Zealand's flag debate: Current New Zealand Flag VS. Kyle Lockwood's Silver Fern Flag
- On 24 March 2016, the results were announced with the current NZ flag winning 56.7% compared to 43.3% for the new silver fern flag. The current NZ flag was retained after the referendum.
The New Zealand Flag and the national Māori flag
- The Tino Rangatiratanga flag was recommended as the national Maori flag in 2009.
- On Waitangi Day 2010 the national Māori flag flew on the Auckland Harbour Bridge for the first time. It also flew at other nationally significant sites including Parliament, the Beehive, the National War Memorial, Te Papa, the National Library of New Zealand, and other government buildings, cited from this link.
How to use NZ flag?
The New Zealand Flag can be flown any day in a variety of places. Please find the list of national commemoration days for New Zealand flags here. Please keep in mind at any time that the NZ Flag should never be flown in a dilapidated condition. Flags should also be flown at half-mast as a sign of mourning. Please read more information about flying NZ flag here.
Where to buy New Zealand flag?
- We are one of the preferred NZ flag suppliers recommended by the government. https://mch.govt.nz/nz-identity-heritage/flags/answers-common-questions
- We have a wide range of professionally made New Zealand flags and buntings in stock. They are all screen-printed so that the colours can last for 2-3 years.
- We can custom make any flag for you if it is not in stock. Please click here for any custom making flag order.
1. THE CURRENT TURNAROUND
Due to the current COVID-19 outbreak in Auckland, we might be short of staff from time to time, which will cause some delays. Please kindly let us know in advance if you have any close deadline. We will try our best to meet your deadlines.
- Around 5-7 working days
- Please check the details below for the cutoff times
- Around 2-3 working days
- Not always available. Please email us at email@example.com or call 021 997 058 before ordering
- A guaranteed service once we take your order
- will post it out on the next day
2. The cutoff times
3. Custom Products with a Longer Turnaround
- 2-3 weeks
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(more than 50pcs)
- 2-3 weeks
- 2-3 weeks
- 2-3 weeks
- 3-5 weeks
Flag and Banner Maintenance
While our high precision sewing and heavy-duty European ink is at the best of the best in the market, the inevitable wear of time will fade your flags and banners. Here are some quick tips to keep your flags or banners in a longer lifetime:
1. Keep out of direct sunlight when not needed - our UV-resistant European ink still fare better without UV rays
2. Ensure there are NO nearby rough walls, poles or plants that will damage the fabric - constant friction may cause irregular tear, as the number one reason for failure.
3. Make sure the flag or banner is setup correctly - push flag to the end of pole tip and tie the cord stopper accordingly
4. Keep your poles for your teardrop or feather banners away from surrounding objects - avoid pole damage caused by collision with other strong obstacles due to wind
5. Not for very windy days - it's a good idea to take down your large banners if wind speeds exceed 55km/h, your small banners if wind speeds exceed 65km/h
6. Wash only when necessary - when washing do not use detergent, rinse in water only, no washing machine.