Coghlan’s 9309 Tent Pegs – 6 Pack
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Coghlan's Ltd. is recognized as the world leader in outdoor camping accessories. Founded in 1959; Coghlan's is a family owned company and has built its reputation on core values of product quality and innovation.
- Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces
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- ASIN: B004D8MZ6C
- Item model number: 9309
19 people found this helpful.
I got a pack of these locally for about $2.50 to replace some light, aluminum stakes. After I tried them, I went back and bought another set to pack with an
Good Basic Tent Stakes
8 people found this helpful.
I used these exact same Coghlan’s tent stakes a couple weeks ago on a camping trip. I used 12 of them to replace the cheep metal stakes that came with my tent, the
Reliable and light weight
6 people found this helpful.
I’ve been using these tent stakes for a while now whenever I go hiking with my tarp shelter. These stakes are extremely light weight and are easily stowed in your pack! They have proven to be quite durable and have held up very nicely. I would absolutely recommend these over metal tent stakes!
The stake are long and easy to put in the ground the way they are …
One person found this helpful.
We have a little tikes bounce house for our toddler that did not come with any stakes. We found this six pack of stakes and decided to give it a try. I was concerned about the potential of the plastic breaking during heavy bouncing but metal alternatives probably have a higher risk of injury when running around so we went with these
Perfect for my beach blanket!
I picked up these tent pegs to hold my parachute-type material beach blanket in place in the sand, and they work perfectly. I only needed four, but I won’t complain about having two spares just in case one or two break on me. So far they have only been to the beach once, but I saw no issue on that first use and they have taken up permanent residence in my beach bag. I was fine bumping them into the sane with the palm of my hand, but they would go in much deeper and a bit more securely if you took along a small rock or mallet to drive them with. They came out cleanly and easily as well. Totally worth the purchase price!!
Give ‘Em a Good Pounding!
Solid pegs for the money, and with the plastic mallet I bought to pound these puppies into the breast of Mother Earth (when necessary) they ought to go the distance, and represent a marked improvement over the anemic, small-guage steel tent-pegs that came with the now-quickly-fading-into-the-fog-of-recent-memory ‘camo’ tent whose bottom I saved after exhausting the service-life of the inferior product. They may take up a wee-bit more space than lesser, less-stout pegs, but these are light and beefy, and with a modicum of care should perform well. Good value.
Fine large plastic stakes
Good average tent stakes…what more is there to say? In softer soil (or sand), these will provide more hold than the small and inexpensive stakes that come with most tents. For larger things, the metal type that are about this size (and usually a little longer) work even better, but these are perfect for the level of hold I needed for this use…not to mention easier to hammer in and remove.
Worked great on last camping trip!
Purchased this for my last camping trip as some of the tent pegs that came with our tent had started to break/wear out.