Fitting your Supasock

Supasock is based on a windsock so it has stability in high winds or moving at speed. The material chosen is not affected by the wind or weather and will fly rain or shine plus the UV stable inks won’t fade. Because it has stable flight it can display any message, flag or logo clearly. The supasock has been developed specifically to fit on vehicles securely without damaging any surface. Supasock is reusable and can be put on and taken off, as and when you want to use it.

There are two types of fitting:

1.) The wing (bonnet or roof) fitting: This includes it’s own aerial and affixes with a proven lever suction cup so it will not damage your car’s painted surface and stays on without having to take it off even when driving on a Motorway.

2.) Wing mirror fitting: This has it’s aerial plus a strong suction cup which fixes to the lower outside section of the flat glass of any wing mirror.

It is not advised to mount the supasock in the centre of the bonnet or where it could distract the direct vision of the driver. For both fittings always make sure that you have cleaned the surface to be affixed to, before attaching the lever suction cup.

Wing (fender), Bonnet (hood) or Roof Fitting

This fitting uses the proven lever suction cup which adheres perfectly to clean smooth flat painted bodywork. Always check that the plastic aerial is pushed tight into the lever suction cup holder and that the suction cup has stuck fast after the lever is pushed down.

Instructions of fitting the supasock onto the aerial are on the back of the pack.

Wipe surface clean and dry before attaching the suction pad

For best results use on flat shiny surfaces

Every few days check suction pad, clean surface and re-apply

Wing Mirror fitting

This fitting has a strong suction cup which fits on the flat glass side of any wing mirror. Ideally it should be located towards the outer edge and towards the bottom of the wing mirror so as to leave a wide area of vision. Make sure the suction cup isn’t impeded by the mirror surround. The fitting has its own aerial and when the suction cup is initially applied to the mirror, the aerial may rest on the wing mirror surround. However when in motion the aerial will lean back and clear this.

Instructions of fitting the Supasock onto the aerial are on the back of the pack.