StakeLights: LED Tent Stakes

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

The folks at UCO know that staying safe in the backcountry is of the utmost importance. To help make navigation of your campsite both safe and easy, they’ve introduced the StakeLight.

Seeing that every tent needs tent stakes, they figured why not throw some LED lights into the mix? Constructed from durable 5000 series aluminum, each tent stake has been outfitted with a LED light. There 2 different modes programmed into each one, including Area Mode and Strobe Mode. Area is perfect for campsite navigation, and provides 17 lumens of light for up to 10 hours. Strobe Mode is perfect for finding your tent in the dark backcountry, and will burn for up to 24 hours. The lights are powered by 1 AAA battery, and an integrated on/off switch helps you manage the battery life much more efficiently. The LEDs have also been enclosed in a water-resistant TPE case, so rain water is nothing to worry about. [Purchase]

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