AVW Triad Flag Hinges£34.45
AVW Mini Triad Flag Hinges£26.30
Ideal Flag Hinge£21.05 – £29.25
Laird Principal 3D Flag Hinge£12.55
Avocet Affinity Mini 3D Hinge£23.90 – £35.45
ERA Maxim Door Hinge£25.35 – £35.75
Fab & Fix Anchorage Intelligent Strength Flag Hinge£30.15
Trojan Patriot Plus High Flag Hinge£21.65 – £27.55
Nexus Flag Hinge£21.85
Vita KFH 110 3D Flag Hinge£17.99
HAPS P80 / P100 Flag Hinge£39.20
Simonswerk Flag Hinges£39.25 – £81.18
Dr Hahn KT-E / EV 18mm-23mm Flag Hinge£37.45
Dr Hahn KT-S* 18mm-23mm Flag Hinge£27.45
Schüring m-tec III Flag Hinge£24.05
What are the Differences Between Door Hinges?
We provide a few different types of door hinges. Here’s an explanation of their differences;
- Butt Hinge – Usually found on older traditional timber doors. Looks like two pieces of flat metal separated by the hinge joint.
- Flag Hinge – Used on modern doors and are generally more secure than butt hinges. The shape is similar to a flag, hence its name. See down the page for further details on measuring your door frame.
- Hybrid Hinge – A combination of hinges giving you the best of both hinges. This is a very secure type of door hinge.
- Composite Door Hinge – Designed to be used on composite doors with no over-rebate.
Flag Hinges: Check Your Frame Upstand Size
Before ordering a new flag door hinge, check that the hinge you are purchasing is suitable for the frame upstand of your door.
The profile upstand (or frame upstand) size, is the height of the ‘step’ between the frame edge and the sash edge. This is the depth that a flag hinge needs to clear in order to fit correctly. As most flag hinges are adjustable they can be adjusted from a minimum to a maximum upstand size, commonly around 15 mm to 23 mm.