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Technical Data of our magnetically adhesive car flag pole

Total height: 37 cm (14.57 inch / 1.21 feet)

Height magnet: 0,85 cm (0.33 inch / 0.2 feet)
Height link: 6,1 cm (2.4 inch / 0.2 feet)
Height pole: 28 cm (11.02 inch / 0.92 feet)

Diameter magnet: 8,8 cm (3.46 inch / 0.29 feet)
Diameter link: 1,8 cm (0.71 inch / 0.06 feet)
Diameter pole: 0,6 cm (0.24 inch / 0.02 feet)
Diameter ball: 2,5 cm (0.98 inch / 0.08 feet)

Maximal excursion of the link from it´s upright position: approx. 45°

Material of the link and the leverage: stainless steel, 1.4301, polished / trovalized

Material magnet: NdFeB, bonded with Sontoprene, wich texture is like rubber. For this reason, our car flags are excellent suitable for outdoor actions.

Maximal temprature: 80°C / 176°F

Nominal adhesive force of the magnet: 420N, please notice these following advices:

This adhesive force was collected at room temprature on a polished plate made of steel (S235JR according to DIN 10 025) with a strenght of 10mm, with an upright pull-off of the magnet (1kg ~10N). A deviation up to -10% against the quoted value is possible in exceptional cases. In general these values get exceeded.

Please notice, that car plates are considerable thinner, couted and not complete plane. For this reason the adhesive force under real circumstances conducts just a fractional amount of the adhesive force, which was produced in the trial.

Car flags - The European bestseller goes international!

During the soccer worldcup 2006 in Germany you could see them everywhere. No real soccer fan would have joined a frenetic motocade without one - car flags!

The soccer worldscup is over, but the impression of weaving flags stays still in our minds.

After the big euphoria of the soccer worldcup still offers you the opportunity to show your enthusiasm, advertising or your ethical presentation of your state coach.
These car flags are already a bestseller in Germany and Europe.

Finally the new, international, English online shop was established. Here customers can order car flags online, choose flags from a worldwide assortment or customize an individual flag. The premium car flags are provided with a flag pole made of stainless steel and are magnetically adhesived. The mounting an demounting of the car flag is fast an uncomplicated and there will be no traces left on your car. According to theire premium quality and excellent manufacture the car flags are weatherproof. Of course, you can change flags at any time.

Car flags are much more than funny. little accessories. They can be attached at diverse cause. For example at weddings, for house advertising, at anniversarys or at state receptions.

Visit the new shop and assure yourself!

Car flags with vacuum feet

Of course, the production of carflags with a vacuum feet, that clings to aluminium or plastic car bodys, is also possible.

But vacuum feets hold a downside. They cling close to the car body for some time and then drop down abruptly.

For example: You drive on the freeway and the carflags stay savely in place. A few minutes later your drive through the city and a slight turn removes the carflag from the car. You certainly know that phenomenon from towel-rails in the bath. They cling and cling and cling, but suddenly they loose theire grip.

Therefore carflags provided with a vacuum feet are NOT qualified for road traffic.

Regardless, should you need carflags with a vacuum feet, please contact us.

New ensign for Luxembourg?

The president of the biggest Luxembourg parliament faction CSV (Chreschtlech Sozial Vollekspartei) Michel Wolter, informed the press about his intention to introduce a petition to the parliament, which suggests the replacement of the current Luxembourg ensign. The current ensign shows three horizontally stripes, just like the German ensign. But instead of black-red-gold, the Luxembourg colours are red-white-blue. This flag was established in 1972 and modified in 1993. At that time the usuall dark blue was replaced by the light blue Pantone 299C. The "Tricolore" was often accused of mistaking with the Netherlands ensign. Therefore many Luxembourger still prefer the "roude Léiw" (red lion). This flag shows a red lion on a blue-white field. The "roude Léiw" reffers to the 13th Century an was originally the family crest of the nobility of Luxembourg.

The suggestion made by Michel Wolter, to replace the "Tricolore" with the "roude Léiw", faces big support from the population, quite contrary to the parliament. According to a recent survey enforced by the radio station "RTL Radio Luxembourg", over 90% of the respondents agree with Michel Wolters suggestion. The chairpersons of all other parliament factions showed few appreciation for Michel Wolters advance. The only exception is Gast Gyberien chairperson of the ADR (Alternativ Demokratesch Reformpartei).


Should the ensign be replaced, we certainly assimilate the new motive to our assortment.

PR: Diplomate flags - a first-class driving experience for the upcoming soccer worldcup

Stuttgart/Winterbach (csc): The boom of black-red-golden car flags is probably on of the big surprises of this soccer worldcup. There are few cars without weaving flags these days. The purchase of these little plastic flags has become more and more exhausting for the soccer fans. In the meantime, soccer fans assembly and fasten everything that might looks like a flag on theire cars. The answer to this problem ist easy and the flag shortage all over Germany is no problem for and

"We usually provide diplomate coaches with our first class flags and are supplyer for ambassadors and other important people all over the world." says Matthias Jaekle, general manager of "Therefore, we dispatch our german national flags including flag poles on the same day as the arrival of the order. Of course, also during the time of the soccer worldcup." Reliabilty and top quality are the main topics for Matthias Jaekle.

Jaekle´s premium german national flags are provided with flag poles made of stainless steel and communicate a special driving and fan experience.

While plastic flags and kludges often can´t stand paces over 60km/h, the first-class diplomate flags stay put at paces up to 100km/h, according to the strong magnet, which holds the flags in place.

Further more, Matthias Jaekle pointed out, that not just german national flags were available on time, to celebrate the remaining soccer worldcup matches.

TÜV Süd tested our car flags at a pace of 200km/h

Today the TÜV Süd (the german Technical Inspection Agency) tested our car flags at a pace of 200km/h on the freeway.

Of course, they stood put just as we expected them to be.

Even so, you must not drive faster than 100km/h with our car flags! Airstream is a turbulent current, which can be clearly higher than usual, for short time.

Due to the fact, that the flag pole should not get disengaged at any time, it is necessary to consider these security, as well as for perfect mounted flag poles.

By the way: The doubling of the driving speed means the quadruplication of the wind load and this increases the risk of delamination of the flag pole.

Please note that, the disposal of our car flags at pace over 100km/h displays an incorrect utilization of our car flags and we deny all liabilities.

Right now, I would like to ask you to read the security advices, which are enclosed to every car flag we deliver, again carefully and to obey them.

New flag of Venezuela

On 7th of March 2006 the Venezuelan parliament decided a change of the emblem on the Venezuelan national flag. This change became effective on 12th of March 2006 - the official day of the flag (Día de la Bandera).

The following changes had been conducted:

In the left upper corner of the emblem the number of cereal spikes, which symbolize the current number of Venezuelan federal states, was increased from 20 up to 24. In the right upper corner of the emblem in addition to the wappons, which symbolize the liberty combat, an arrow and a bow as well as a machete have been added. This change honors the involvement of the indigenous populace and the African slaves during the liberty combat.

The horse, positioned in the blue field below, changed it´s direction of gallop from right to left.

Furthermore, an eight star was added to the flag.

The seven white stars on the blue band stand for the seven provinces, which carried the liberty. The in 2006 added eight star reffers to a decree of Simón Bolívars from 1817, that says through impelmentation of an eight star, the liberty of Guayana should be honored as well.

Auto-Bild Magazin

The Auto-Bild magazin wrote in it´s last issue before Christmas:

Germany suspires, of course. But we are pope, for the first time in history a female chancellor reigns the country and the soccer worldcup 2006 is upcoming. It´s high time to show some national pride - with the german national flag at the fender of your car....