SE 910NRC10 Metal Tent Peg with Glow in the Dark Stopper (10 Pack), 10 1/2″

March 31, 2018 - Comment

When you need to anchor a tent or canopy, the SE 910NRC10 Metal Tent Peg with Glow in the Dark Stopper (10 Pack), 10 1/2″ will hold strong against heavy winds in the dirt, sand, grass, rocky soil, and all kinds of terrain. The large stopper head and sharp pointed tip make it easy to

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When you need to anchor a tent or canopy, the SE 910NRC10 Metal Tent Peg with Glow in the Dark Stopper (10 Pack), 10 1/2″ will hold strong against heavy winds in the dirt, sand, grass, rocky soil, and all kinds of terrain. The large stopper head and sharp pointed tip make it easy to drive the tent peg into hard and rocky ground. It also comes with a stringing eyelet on the stopper for hooks, ropes, and other anchoring options. Once your tent is secure, avoid tripping or stubbing your toe at night with the glow-in-the-dark stopper feature. It is perfect for camping, beach trips, sporting events, backyard sleepovers, picnics, and so much more.

Product features:
-Pack of 10 tent pegs
-Overall length: 10-1/2″
-Metal peg with sharp square-cut pointed tips
-Large heavy-duty PVC stopper
-Glow-in-the-dark stopper
-Color stringing eyelet on stopper for anchoring versatility

Please note:
Tent peg stake must have extended sun exposure in order to glow in the dark.
SE is committed to providing the customer with the best source for value possible on the market. You will enjoy the quality, function and usefulness of our SE 910NRC10 Metal Tent Peg with Glow in the Dark Stopper (10 Pack), 10 1/2″.

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Product Features

  • Glow-in-the dark
  • Metal pegs
  • Plastic stoppers
  • Pointed end
  • Great for camping, outdoors, and more

Comments

A. Lee says:

Good for any terrain The stakes that come with most tents are usually good for one type of soil, but fail in others. My USMC 2-man tents came with hollow aluminum stakes, which are lightweight and work well in sandy soil, but in rocky terrain or hard packed dirt one or more would either bend or the head would snap off. So when I left the service and started camping my own way, I wanted a solid stake that would work in all terrains. These stakes are basically oversize nails. They won’t bend unless you’re using a…

zamboni says:

Robust stakes for tough ground. Caps aren’t up to hammering, though. I got these stakes after destroying too many ultralight, overpriced stakes from the “backpacking gear” section of camping stores. Unlike aluminum stakes, these are affordable and tough. They are basically giant steel nails. I pounded them into hard desert ground with a rock, and they held great, no bending or deformation. That’s what i wanted.The plastic caps that come on the stake heads aren’t quite up to the job, though. It’s cute that they glow in the dark, making it easier to…

Thomas Coffey says:

Good, Strong, Versatile Nail Tent Stake? Yes! Glow-In-the-Dark? Maybe. Sometimes those ultralight Aluminum (or expensive Titanium) stakes just don’t stand up to hard packed gravel sites requiring pounding in the stake with a sledgehammer rather than pushing in to nice soft soil with the heel of your hand. In those hard times, one of these steel nails come in handy – one, because you can hammer that in and make a hole for the others to tightly fill. I take two, plus a few of those smaller, lighter steel hooks and Aluminum tri-blade pegs with my light weight tarp…

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