If you’re not familiar with the agony of tripping over a half driven peg into the ground in the night, then it’s probably because you’re a thorough, considerate camper that likes to make sure their tent is secure and safely pegged.
If you’re one of these everyday heroes, then chances are you’re going to need a little help getting your tent unpegged when you want to beat that long weekend traffic back to the big smoke.
The Peg Puller from Zempire has a durable galvanized steel hook, a tough wooden handle and a tapered end to help you dig out those pegs that were driven into the ground a little too enthusiastically. It’s simple, easy to use and has all the functions you’ll ever need from a humble peg puller.
It costs $3.90 people. I will say that again $3.90. It you actually pull the peg out of the ground at the same angle it when it at. It does the job. Use common sense and only use it for suitable conditions.
I bought this as it was compact and cheap. It is not practical and is useless. The handle turns around when you pull and you end up with a sore hand and no peg out of the ground! You're better off investing in a more expensive one that actually does the job, which is what I had to do in the end
I hope we were able to sort something out for you Sylvian, if not then please get in touch so we can make sure you're set up with something that serves your purpose. You can get in touch via 1300 914 007, or email email@example.com. Sorry for any inconvenience here. ~ Ben.
It's small & light so it's easy to stow. It is, of course, only good for small pegs in relatively soft ground which is what I bought it for & for which it works great. For large pegs in hard ground I get out the Wakjak.
For $5 or so you can't expect top quality. Having used the tool a few times I find it's frustrating that the hook rotates in the handle, plus as Ryan mentioned - the hook has bent a little out of shape.
This bent on its first use. Don't waste your money. Go find a better one else where
G'day Ryan, We're sorry to hear that you've had some issues with your new peg puller. I've found that pulling pegs is a bit like scooping ice cream, if you go too hard right away you'll likely get a wonky spoon. I hope you're able to get it back into shape and it still serves as a handy accessory when packing away your tent. Laine :)
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