I bought this flag to replace one I had previously purchased at our local discount store that frayed and fell apart a week after I put it up. This measures 3′ x 5′ so it is a nice, large flag and I feel it is well worth the money. It drapes nicely once hung up, I have mine on a spinner pole so it never gets tangled or wrapped around the pole.
It is appropriate to display the flag everyday (as long as it flies in accordance with the rules of the U.S. Flag Code). The flag should be displayed, from sunrise to sunset, on all days when the weather permits However, its particularly important to fly the flag on the following days:
New Years Day – Jan 1
Inauguration Day – Jan 20 every 4th year
Martin Luther King’s Birthday – 3rd Monday in Jan
Lincoln’s Birthday 3rd Monday in Feb
Washington’s Birthday – 3rd Monday in Feb
Presidents Day – 3rd Monday in Feb
Patriots Day – April 19
National Day of Prayer – 1st Thursday of May
Mothers Day – 2nd Sunday in May
Armed Forces Day – 3rd Saturday in May
Memorial Day – Last Monday in May (half staff until noon)
Flag Day – June 14
Independence Day – July 4
Labor Day – 1st Monday in Sept
Constitution Day – Sept 17
Columbus Day – Oct 12
Navy Day – Oct 27
Election Days – variable
Marine Corps Birthday – Nov 10
Veterans Day – November 11
Thanksgiving Day – 4th Thursday in Nov
Christmas Day – Dec 25
Election Days – Variable
You’d be surprised how much more fun you can have with a pair of binoculars at the ready!
12x magnification, 25mm objective lens and wide field of view, 273ft/1000yds, letting you look farther and see wider. Coating with FMC Broadband coating and premium BAK4 prism, it ensure imaging verisimilar.
15mm large eyepieces, can see more clear image than other binoculars.
The binoculars are made of ABS plastic and it also come with a cruise binocular strap, you can use this item in different situations. And nonslip rubber armor is made for secure grip, shockproof, water resistant.