Flag Wind Chimes
I was very disappointed in this flag/wind chime number 1 there is no chime to it at all Number 2 the quality and workman ship isn't worth the price. If it wasn't for the fact that it is a flag it would have been sent back. When I buy a wind chime I would like to be able to hear it from at least five feet away ... this one you can't
July 28, 2012
Not very sturdy
Bought this for the idea of a flag wind chime. What a waste of money! The wire hanger part of this is NOT strong enough to sustain 10 mph winds. The wire broke after two days of winds. Found it laying on the ground!
July 9, 2012
Not a Chime
I like the look of this flag - but would never call it a chime - it is just tin and hardly makes any noise - it is made flimsy and falls off easily - mine fell off the first day I hung it and all the pieces bent.. I love American flags and if it wasn't for that I would be very very disappointed.
July 5, 2012
flag wind chimes
it does not hold up I have to fix it within a day the 3 of the chimes fell off
June 29, 2012
I really like these alot. The only thing I changed was that I put a heavier black chain to hang them with, because in my opinion the hanging wire was too thin. Other than that they are great.
June 6, 2012
I havent used this yet, but I think it will look good on my front porch
May 7, 2012
not put together that great
I love this flag. I usually put a lot of flags and different types of red, white and blue in my yard from May til snow falls. I hung this out and it was windy and when I left the house about 2 hours after hanging it up 2 of the stripes had fallen apart and were laying on my deck. They are not held on very well. Maybe in a calm environment this would be a good item for outside. I am going to try and fix it since I really do love the style and the way it looks.
April 28, 2012
I bought this about 5 years ago. The colors are on the primitive side, especially with the wire hanger. Each stripe, as well as the field of stars, is held together to the top bar by rusty wire and will move freely from side to side. As I was removing it from the box for the first time, I could tell this was going to be difficult to handle and to store. I saved all the cardboard and padding, and I am glad I did! It must be laid out just so with each section fastened down by twist-ties when it is time to put it away and stored flat or it will become hopelessly tangled. High winds will move the stripes out of alignment when it is hanging; therefore, constant adjustments are needed. It is a perfect size for the end of my porch, so I still use it, but it is a high maintenance product! I would recommend this only if you are willing to deal with these issues.
May 7, 2011