About Aqua 2-Piece 5' (1.52 meter) Standard Flag Float

Being a safe diver is important more and more people are boating each year and there is increased watercraft traffic in our favorite dive sites. This 2-Piece 5' (1.52 meter) Standard Flag Float has a Lead Weighted Bottom to Avoid-Inverting while in use. The Lead Weight is equipped with an Eyelet at the Base for Line Attachment and Rubber Stoppers on the Pole to Eliminate-Flag-Slippage. Float is made of Styrofoam for Extreme-Positive Buoyancy, yet Lightweight for Ease-of-Transport. 2-Piece Pole Design makes it Easy-to-Stow. The 5' (1.52 meter) Pole allows Flag to be Highly-Visible from Long-Distances for Increased Safety.

Aqua 2-Piece 5' (1.52 meter) Standard Flag Float Features

  • Increase Dive Safety
  • Dimensions: 5' (1.52 meter) Tall
  • Lead Weighted Base
  • Ease-of-Transport: 2-Piece Pole Design, Easy-to-Stow
  • Styrofoam Float for Extreme-Positive Buoyancy
  • Lead Base with Eyelet for Line Attachment
  • Rubber Stoppers Eliminate Flag Slippage

Aqua 2-Piece 5' (1.52 meter) Standard Flag Float Specifications

Material
Float: Styrofoam, Weight: Lead
Dimensions
5' (1.52 Meter)
Attachment
Eyelet On Lead Weight For Line Attachment
Weight [with packaging]
1.55 lb
Mfr #
SKU
AQUFD26

2-Piece 5' (1.52 meter) Standard Flag Float Customer Reviews

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Aqua 2 Piece 5 FT Standard Flag Float (DF26)
 
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4.0

Worth the money

By thecoledog

from sequoia national park, CA

Comments about Aqua 2 Piece 5 FT Standard Flag Float (DF26):

This item is worth the money. It is very portable, but the trade-off is that it isn't as solid as a less portable item would be. The flag sometimes slid down the pole. I added a "leash" that connects the two poles so that I don't loose the top section. I used "shoe-goo" to improve the connection between the black plastic caps and the foam float. It floats well and stays upright in a mild swell.

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5.0

Nice Flag set up

By Steve

from Wenatche WA

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Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Lightweight

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    • Recreation

    Comments about Aqua 2 Piece 5 FT Standard Flag Float (DF26):

    This float set up is easy to transport. Doesn't take up a lot of room in my boat.

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    5.0

    it works well

    By tmbart

    from ohio

    About Me Recreational Diver

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    • Lightweight

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        Comments about Aqua 2 Piece 5 FT Standard Flag Float (DF26):

        used a friends and like it enough to buy my own

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        Shopper  How well did it work? Were you happy with it?
        MATHEW L  The flag works well and as expected. Good value for the price.
        Nils J  Does this work with the Economy Dive Flag 14" X 16" (DF06) item (without buying accessories)?
        PETER D  I have two of the 2 piece flag floats, and like them a lot. However, I have made the following improvements to them: 1. If you just slip the dive flag over the top of the shaft, wind or water can slip it right back off, and you can lose the flag, which is expensive, irritating, and unsafe. I have devised a simple and cheap way to attach the flag to the shaft which still allows the flag to rotate with the wind, by doing the folloiwing: (a) I slide a 1 inch long piece of plastic hose which is bigger than the shaft onto the shaft, and loop a cable tie through the hose. The hose needs to be big enough in diameter so it slides easily, even with the cable tie through it. (b) I slide a second 1 inch long piece of plastic hose which is barely big enough to fit over the shaft down the shaft to a point below the bottom of the flag. I have to lubricate the shaft to slide this hose onto it. This piece of hose keeps the larger piece of hose from sliding off the shaft. (c) I remove the plastic snap clip from a fastex webbing attachment and thread it through the grommet on the lower cormer of the flag next to the shaft. Then I slide the flag onto the shaft, and clip the snap clip onto the cable tie. Then the flag can swivel freely, but it can't come off the shaft. If this is confusing, e-mail me at pdayton@q.com and I'll send you a picture. It only takes a couple minutes to to the whole thing. 2. The upper end of the shaft isn't attached to the float, so you can lose it. I attach the two parts of the shaft together with about six inches of nylon cord. You can attach the nylon cord to the shaft in various ways. Again, I could send you pictures of the way I attach the two parts of the shaft together. 3. I attach an anchor weight to the flag float with 3mm nylon cord. To havea way towind up the cord, I attach "U" shaped plasti hooks to the shaft with hose clmps. Again, I can send you pictures. I'd explain it in detail, but I'm out of space.
        Shopper  Is this rod fiberglass? What are the exact dimensions of hte rod and float. (doe sth rod come out of the float at least 4ft)?
        LeisurePro S  Rod is fiberglass and will extend out of the water 3ft.
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