|Scotts windsocks are manufactured of long-life polyester fabric that is treated to resist the effects of wind and weather. All seams are double stitched with polyester thread for strength. The windsock throat is reinforced and has solid brass grommets for easy attachment and corrosion resistance. Nylon ties are included with each windsock to attach it to the frame. Windsocks are available in high visibility orange, white or alternate orange and white stripes. Fully extended at 17 MPH or 15 Knots.|
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Great service. Very fast delivery. THANKS.
havent in stalled yet.
This is the absolute best windsock made. I have tried all others on this site and they may last up to 6 months before they tear. The Scott's Windsock has lasted 3 years in the wind and sun of south Texas!!! Outstanding product!!
Faded significantly in FL sun after 2 years. Now a dull yellow, harder to see from air. Fabric intact, though.
Well made windsock. The only negative comment I have is that they send the cheapest zip ties they can find and then didnt even send enough to do the job. I chunked those and used my own. You would think for the price (since this is one of the more expensive windsocks) that they could afford to send a better quality zip tie.
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