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Coleman 10-In. Steel Nail Tent Pegs, 4 Count
|Price:||$4.49 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- Great for stony or hard-packed ground
- Versatile tops-easy, thread-through design for guylines and hook for stakeout points
- Durable, high-impact, polypropylene tops and plated steel stakes
- Includes four 10-in. tent pegs
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|Item Dimensions||0.79 x 4.61 x 11.89 inches|
|Item Display Weight||850 grams|
|Item Weight||1 pound|
|Shipping Weight||1.05 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
Just by looking at the new steel stakes, you can tell that there's a big difference. The steel stakes are heavy, almost twice as long, a with a larger diameter compared to the stock stakes, which helped when some of my stake positions were on softer soil; there was no way that the thin stock stakes would stay in place, but the extra thickness, weight, and length of the steel stakes grabbed a good hold to the ground.
The molded ends have a hole and a tab to make tying down tent ropes a breeze. The hole is also meant to be used with Coleman's tent stake puller, which I also bought in a set along with a rubber mallet, tent brush and dustpan (here is the item: Coleman Tent Kit )
At about $4/set of 4, that comes out to one dollar per stake. My tent needed 12 stakes, but larger tents (such as family-sized, multiple room tents) will need more stakes, so the cost can go up fast - this is the only reason why I didn't give them a full 5-stars. Other than that, the 10" steel stakes outdo the stock stakes on all levels.
Long story short, I love these stakes! They are big, easy to use and actually serve their intended purpose quite well. I've got a 12' x 12' dome tent with a ton of guy lines to steak down, I generally use the 10" stakes to secure the main points and the factory hardware everywhere else.
So, the only drawback as others have mentioned is that the plastic head just isn't as stout as the rest of the stake... Taking great care I managed to remove both of my sets without damage, but I can totally see snapping some ends sometime down the road.
My old stakes would bend if you used your boot to finish driving it in. I doubt an elephant could bend these.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I already bought 10 of these pegs, but needed more for my tent when the rain fly and storm lines are set. Love them. They are heavy duty and penetrate any type of ground. Read morePublished 9 hours ago by James E. Maslanka
Used this to keep our tent down in both sandy and stormy conditions and worked well.Published 14 days ago by getaway18
I have been camping many many years. I have used multiple camping supplies. These tent stakes are great. They are easy to hammer in. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Amy Miller
Ordered these because I needed extras for the rainfly. These worked much better than the flimsy ones that came with my tent.Published 29 days ago by L. Waterman
Much better than the stakes that low to mid market tents come with. These are a bit thicker and certainly easier to pound in...especially in hard packed or rocky ground. Read morePublished 1 month ago by J. Tant