BATTENBURG PATTERN Reflective Panels BY THE FOOT - 4",6",8",12"
Quantity 1 = 1 Foot Battenburg Material
On this page we sell our Pre-Striped BATTENBURG CHECKERED Panels by the foot. 12"/12" block pattern. (MINIMUM order is 5 feet) This pattern is for customers who wish to have maximum visibility while differentiating their fleet from fire and emergency vehicles. The Battenburg Pattern is very popular in Europe and has been shown to substantially reduce collisions. Available in Fluorescent Lime and Red or Fluorescent Lime and Orange. (other colors available by special request) Self adhesive. Peel off the backing and apply to a clean, smooth surface. Very easy material to work with.
NOTE - MINIMUM order is 5 feet per roll. Most standard sized vehicles use a 5 foot long panel so if you are striping one vehicle simply order 5 feet and the panel will come ready to apply. For two vehicles order 10 feet and cut in half. Material is very easy to trim and cut using scissors or an exacto.
Our By The Foot BATTENBURG PATTERN marking rolls feature 12" alternating colors. 12" lime, 12" red or orange. We use Reflexite V98 material and Orafol red or orange overlay to create our panels. This is the best material on the market. It is conformable and repositionable as well as being extremely tough and bright.
We create the pre-striped BATTENBURG CHECKERED PATTERN rolls for customers who have multiple vehicles and want to save money by buying in bulk. The material is easy to cut and apply. Just cut what you need. For customers with one vehicle simply purchase the length you need. Normally 5 or 6 feet.
Buy as many feet as you need and then simply cut off what you need for each vehicle you wish to stripe. Prices are as follows.
4" Wide Rolls - $10 per linear foot
6" Wide Rolls - $12 per linear foot
8" Wide Rolls - $16 per linear foot
12" Wide Rolls - $22 per linear foot
You can use the drop down menus above to make you selection. Select the width roll, then select the color combination you would like and finally enter the number of feet you need. A picture of orange and lime is at the bottom of this page.