Discover our cost-efficient, temporary A-Frame sign, perfect for both one-time events and short-term displays. Designed for versatility, this sign can be effortlessly set up on footpaths, both indoors and outdoors, accommodating added weights for stability in any weather conditions.

Compact and convenient, it folds flat for straightforward transportation, ensuring that you can take your message wherever it needs to go. The sign features vibrant, double-sided printing in full color on a large 600mm x 900mm surface area, offering high visibility without the need for lamination.

Crafted from durable materials, our A-Frame sign boasts a straightforward, economical construction while guaranteeing 100% weatherproof protection against the elements. For outdoor applications, it can be easily anchored with additional weights, including sandbags, water bottles, bricks, or rocks, providing flexibility and peace of mind in any setting.

  • Double-Sided full-colour print
  • Large 600mm x 900mm print area
  • Simple low-cost construction
  • 100% weatherproof
  • Easily add weights for outdoor use, such as sandbags, water bottles, bricks or even rocks.
  • Packs flat for easy transport.


  • Custom sizes
  • Quick turnaround
  • Supply New Zealand wide


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