1 – Pull Up Banners
The pull up banner is the most popular banner stand option. It is fast and simple to set up at an exhibition. Another advantage of the pull up banner is it packs down well and occupies a small footprint. This makes them easy to transport from show to show.
At Selby’s, our pull up banners are available in multiple widths from 850mm all the way up to 3200mm.
2 – X Banners
The X banner is a low-cost option for a banner stand. It is also lightweight and easy to transport which makes these banners a popular option. The banner is printed on a non-curl banner vinyl and tensioned on a lightweight fibreglass frame.
The X banner comes in two heights: 1600mm and 1800mm.
3 – Fabric Banner Stands
The fabric banner stand is an excellent alternative to the popular pull up banner. The frame consists of lightweight aluminium poles that are joined together to create the base framework. A fabric print then slides over the frame like a pillowcase.
One of the differences between the fabric banner stand and the pull up banner and x banner is the print on the fabric banner stand can be printed double-sided. This allows your brand and graphic to be seen on both sides. The fabric banner stand comes in two heights: 2200mm and 3200mm.
4 – TRIGA Banner Stands
The TRIGA banner stand is a modern and stylish alternative to your standard banner stand. It is available in four different shapes: flat; concave, convex and elliptical. The TRIGA banner stand can be up to 3000mm high and up to 1500mm wide.
With no spring-loaded mechanisms or moving parts, this banner stand will outlast any pull up banner on the market.
5 – Wavelight Tower
The Wavelight tower is a backlit tower. It is also inflatable and can go from flat packed to fully inflated in 30 seconds. The tower has an inner core that makes it durable and stable enough to sit on without collapsing. The print is a wrinkle-resistant, dye-sublimation fabric print.
The tower comes in three heights: 1500mm; 2280mm and 3200mm.
6 – Bubble Display Stands
The bubble display stand is a uniquely shaped banner stand. Other than its unique shape, the biggest difference between the bubble display stand and the other banner stands is it can be used outdoors in light wind conditions.
Its frame is similar to the fabric banner stand where it consists of lightweight aluminium poles that are joined together to create the base framework. A fabric print then slides over the frame like a pillowcase.
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