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American Engineered Products (AEP) 15' AEP White Telescoping Elite Flagpole w/ Flag

Item# SPM6056972001 | Model# EL15W | Added on December 10, 2011 | Seller: Balkowitsch Enterprises, Inc.
American Engineered Products (AEP) 15' AEP White Telescoping Elite Flagpole w/ Flag
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AEP's Elite flagpole is designed primarily for home landscaping. It features the "Easy Lock" sys...

AEP's Elite flagpole is designed primarily for home landscaping. It features the "Easy Lock" system for quick and simple raising and lowering. The hard anodized finish provides a maintenance free finish. Swivel rings allow the flag to fly freely and tangle free. An extra swivel ring allows two flags to be flown at once or one flag to be flown at half mast. The Elite flag pole is great for homeowners and small businesses. American Engineered Products (AEP) has brought two major improvements to the telescoping flagpole industry. The first is the Easy-Lock system, which uses an upper and lower sleeve system. As you raise the lower section the lower sleeve automatically indexes into the upper sleeve, no matter the position of the pole. This is the simplest system on the market with only two parts per section and no spring loaded button to line up or snap in place. AEP uses ABS plastic with UV light additives for long life. In the design of flagpoles bigger is better, AEP uses larger tubing diameter along with 6000 series aluminum with a T6 temper. This makes our pole 30% stronger than other 15' or 20' telescoping flagpoles.FLAGPOLE FEATURES:- Telescoping Flagpole Design - Easy Lock System (patent pending) with ABS Sleeves- Extends and Locks in Place in Seconds- High Strength Aluminum Alloy 6000 Series with T6 Temper- 30% Stronger than Competitors Current Products - ... read more
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