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Wakjak Hammer & Peg Puller

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92 Richmond Rd, Keswick SA Mon - Fri: 9am - 5.30pm
Sat: 9am - 5pm
Sun: 12pm - 5pm
17 Doherty St, Brendale QLD Mon - Fri: 9am - 5.30pm
Sat: 9am - 5pm
Sun: 9.30am - 2.30pm

Wak'em in and pull 'em out, the Wakjack is a two in one camping tool with an efficient hammer at one end and a peg puller at the other.

The mallet is constructed of high grade PVC and a heavy duty hook on the end stores in the shaft and uses dynamic energy to make peg removal a breeze.

  • Peg puller hook stores securely in the shaft
  • Uses dynamic enegry to remove pegs
  • Machine tested to pull over 3 tonnes


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External Dimensions:
23L x 8.5W cm
Packed Dimensions:
33L x 16W x 5H cm
0.8 Kg
1 Year
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Oct 23 2017

Close to essential

Does everything you'd expect and doesn't take up too much room in the peg bag. I love it.

- Brisbane
Sep 18 2017

Needs a little more weight..

Recent caravan park trip with a harder packed site, did struggle a little. A little more weight in the hammer head would help here. The Peg Puller is gold.

Jul 14 2017

Great Piece Of Kit

Highly recommend this product. Works great and it's compact

- Morayfield
Jun 16 2017

Great peg puller!

Really enjoyed using that after trying a couple of others. The peg remover was liked by everyone who used it. Good size and weight.

- Lesmurdie
May 19 2017

Does what it says!

I replaced my trusty old club hammer with the Wakjak & I'm glad I did. This hammer is compact but drives pegs well & the peg remover works a treat. The dynamic pulling action really does work on pegs that are stuck hard in tough ground.

- Victoria Point
May 18 2017

Great resource

Very effective and compact. Well designed hammer saving the ache in the back

- Riverton
Mar 14 2017

Compact and Effective

Smaller than I expected - which is a good thing. Its very solid and the peg puller works well.

- Carrum Downs
Feb 20 2017


Good solid hammer even in hard ground, minimal shock transfer through your hands. Not so sure about the peg puller though, feels like a regular hook to me I'm not so sure the sliding has any extra effect. But it's definitely handy to have the 2 in 1.

- Taree
Jul 27 2016


The kids loved using this for the tent. We didn't encounter any ground that was too hard so haven't tested it fully. However it was great for the places we went.
Super fast delivery too!

Jun 01 2016

Expensive but very good

Light weight, compact and does both jobs (putting pegs in and getting them out again) very well. Much better than ordinary mallet.

- , VIC
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Looks different1 answer

The picture of this product on the Coleman website shows a much bigger head. The product code 1219074 matches, but is it the same product?

- East Maitland, NSW(5 months ago)

G'day David,

Thanks for pointing this out. The website is using an old image - strange. The Coleman Wakjak does look like it does on their website here and this is exactly the same as the product we stock. We'll fix the imagery now.

- Snowys(5 months ago)

Strength1 answer

Last time camping at my usual spot the ground was quite hard and in some spots even with a metal house hammer difficult to get tarp pegs in. Is this hammer strong enough to bash in long pegs even in hard ground? Cheers

- , (1 year ago)
G'day Lauren - The Wakjak is probably comparable to a metal head hammer when it comes to driving in pegs in hard ground. However, it does have a larger face than most hammers so it's a bit more forgiving if your swing is off - like mine! Also, because of the bigger head, you might be able to put a put more swing into your hits to help drive 'em in. The main benefit of the Wak is the peg remover - it works like a charm. Hope that helps. Cheers, Paul
- Snowys(1 year ago)

Dynamic Energy?1 answer

What do you mean "Dynamic Energy"? How is this different to say a claw hammer for wacking in pegs, and removing with the claw? Also, what pegs do you recommend for very hard ground in NW WA to complement the Wak Jak?

- BUNBURY, WA(2 years ago)
Hi Vangie, the hook on the end of the Wakjack has a sliding action, this means that once the hook is secure on the tent the hammer is pulled upwards, it slides freely for 5-10 cm before stopping, transferring the energy into the tent peg. It's a bit like a hammer action for pulling out stubborn pegs.
- Snowys(2 years ago)
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