Whats the difference between a Pull up and a Pop up Banner?

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Pop up Banner / Roller Banners and Pull Up Banners, do you know the difference?

 

A banner stand is also known as a Roller Banner or Pop up banner.

They are a portable display, designed to carry a graphic with custom branding or messages on. Banners are typically 800mm, 850mm and 1000mm wide, but can go up to 2 metres wide.

This makes banners smaller and more portable as compared to pop up stands (which are usually two to three metres wide). They also take no longer than 30 seconds to set up.

Why choose a Pull up Banner?

  • Lightweight
  • Easy to transport
  • Assembled in minutes
  • Extra stable bases
  • Uses minimal floor space
  • Inexpensive solution

 

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What is a Pop Out Banner?

A popout banner is a banner that ‘pops out’ from a folded position.  Made from strong display fabric with epoxy resin fibreglass frames, they are exceptionally hardwearing and offer an easy to use means of promoting an event or product.

A popout banner is sometimes called a pop-up banner, a toblerone banner, a banner burst or even a beach sandwich banner!  They can be used indoors or outside, are incredibly robust and offer a cost effective and quick means of branding.

Why choose a Pop Out Banner?

  • Easy and light
  • Very Portable
  • Customisable
  • Effective
  • Great for outdoor use
  • Folds FLAT

If you are still unsure on what option to go for, give us a call or email for a chat and we can go through your options based on your budget or circumstance.

Danny Tyler

Danny Tyler

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