LeisureQuip - Camping Rubber Mallet With Tent Peg Puller - Black
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The LeisureQuip Camping Rubber Mallet with Tent Peg Puller is the perfect Camping accessory. \
The wooden handle and rubber mallet are designed to absorb most of the shock when hammering pegs into the ground. The hook at the end of the mallet offers extra assistance when trying to pull out those hard to reach pegs.
- Wooden handle
- Rubber hear rubber mallet
- Ideal for tent pegs
- South Africa
- LeisureQuip - Camping Rubber Mallet With Tent Peg Puller - Black
Robin, South Africa. 8 February 2016
Does what it is meant too.
kevin, South Africa. 29 December 2015
Rudi, South Africa. 14 April 2016
A bit big to use for camping (there are smaller more compact versions available)
Mohummed, South Africa. 17 October 2016
Good overall product with the exception of the hook which I think could have been secured better.
Ross, South Africa. 18 December 2014
The first peg I pulled out of the ground the hook broke.
Abrie, South Africa. 14 January 2016
its a good idea until you decide to pull out a tent peg. Bents straight with first peg with you try to pull out. on the other hand it works well to secure pegs into the ground
Janine, South Africa. 5 May 2016
All good thanks
James, South Africa. 11 November 2015
Did its hammer job well, but the brass hook on the bottom bent while I was pulling out tent pegs. Not very strong at all.
Maria, South Africa. 8 May 2016
Serves its purpose. Could be a little smaller.
Brad, South Africa. 14 May 2015
Forget about its peg puller aspect and you'll be happy.
You won't ever have to worry about getting your tent pegs into the ground anymore.
Jacqui, South Africa. 18 May 2016
Looks like it can do the job...... That little peg thingy looks flimsy
Harma, South Africa. 10 June 2016