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About Sevylor Dive Flag & Pole for Kayaks, 14" x 16"

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. If you dive from a kayak just letting your boat be the signal devise that someone is around is not safe enough. You need to fly a diver down flag to keep people away from your area. This 14" x 16" (35.6 cm x 40.6 cm) traditional red & white diver-down" nylon dive flag comes with wire stiffener and plastic pole so it is always flying for positive identification that divers-are-below. Flag is equipped with brass grommets for alternative mounting options. Increase your safety when diving from a kayak with the Sevylor Dive Flag & Pole.

The Sevylor Dive Flag & Pole for Kayaks, 14" x 16" is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Recreational among others.

Sevylor Dive Flag & Pole for Kayaks, 14" x 16" Features

  • Sevylor Dive Flag & Pole for Kayaks
  • Designed for Kayak Diving
  • Increases Safety in Diving
  • Traditional Red & White "Diver Down" Flag Design
  • Warns Watercraft Traffic Divers are in the Water
  • Durable Nylon Material
  • Wire Stiffener
  • Complete with Plastic Pole
  • Brass Grommets for Alternative Mounting Options
  • Dimensions: 14" x 16" (35.6 cm x 40.6 cm)

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4.0

good product for good price

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excellent product for your dollar value used for my shore dives

 
3.0

big box

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Flag comes rolled up with a plastic flag pole. Need to attach flag to pole and mount on kayak.

 
4.0

Better than Most

By

I saw a dive flag at a local shop which was cheap and real thin - was very happy to receive this flag since it is much thicker and appears better made.

 
5.0

Great little flag for a inflatable

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Great little flag for inflatable boats

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
DAN S  So I don't get run over while Diving
WARREN C  For snorkeling outside of the swim area.
ROBERT B  we dive clark lake mi. must have because of idiot boaters who dont read their state boat rules.
Shopper  Lengh of Pole?
WARREN C  About 3 ft. I prefer a flag without a pole that can handle 1/2 inch PVC for the pole. That way I was able to make a fixture out of PVC pipe that I attached to my Sea Eagle combination SUP and sit on top Kayak. I also modified the pole for the Sevylor pole to fit inside a 1/2 inch PVC pipe pole.
Gary S  44 and 7/8th inches
GARY K  4ft pole. It's a really skinny fiber glass one. I upgraded to one of those thicker 3/8" orange ones from hardware stores.
BRENT C  How long is the pole? (how high does the flag fly?) also what diameter is the pole? (trying to determine if it will fit into the rudder mount on the stern of my yak).
RICHARD S  . The flag I have does not have a "factory" pole. I replaced it so I don't know length or diameter. I try to use something strong and flexible. Best thing I've found is a fiberglass "CB" antenna, though that may be expensive. Check Radio Shack. Currently I have a plastic pole from garden supply used for tying up beans, etc. I mount a 1/2" galvanized plumbing "floor flange" on the yak. Then I take whatever type of plastic pole I can find and glue a 1/2" brass plumbing reducer onto the end with marine epoxy. Then I can screw the flag in after I launch and remove before coming in to the beach (I launch at a dicey Norcal location where I sometimes flip the boat coming in). Definitely secure the flag to the pole with zip ties or something, otherwise it will blow off.
ROBERT B  sorry but i used the pole&flag tied to a milk carton that is tied in the middle of an innertube. we drag this as we dive in freshwater lakes to follow the boating laws. the pole is 45in long and quarter of inch in diameter.
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