Awesome bit of gear
Bloody magnificent actually. 👍😎
Money well spent, do yourself a favour and grab a Groundgrabba kit.
We use the ground grabba’s for additional security for securing our charity jumping castles, easy installed and removed with a battery rattle gun. So impressed we are going to save up for some more , maybe a pack of the pro 1’s
they are the best... I put all my old pegs in the bin..
Pricey, but make life easy.. Although these are pricey. They work extremely well for continuous use. I use it for canopies when working and never have issues with canopies blowing away. It was worth the price I'd say.
The greatest stake I have ever used. I have bought about 10 of these over time these are the greatest stakes I could ever find, I use them for various things wind sails, emergency stakes fo securing trees in high winds large canopies, I live in Calif Central Valley very hard pan soil so I pre drill a start hole the use my impact they do not loosen at all heavily galvanized and strong I use some 24" and 12" get some you'll love em well worth the money.
Worth the money, they work great. These are absolutely legit. I had some other ground anchors that barely would go into the ground. It took over an hour to just get one in. These grabbed the ground firmly and dug in very well. I can't say enough good things about them. I was scared by the price at first but they are definitely worth it.
Very well built ground anchors. I'd give five stars if there was a case and socket at this price.
If you like cheap tent pegs donÕt get these.. These things could hold the space shuttle on the launch pad. You get what you pay for.
I had previously bought a similar "pack" and found them so good I decided to purchase a second set. Easy to use and a formidable grip in every bit of ground I have tried.
Hi Frederik! Thank you so much for taking the time to write us a review, Susu and I really appreciate it. We are delighted you like the formidable grip too! Best regards, David
Very secure ground fixing. Will keep a large tarp up in very strong wind. I think the tarp with rip before the ground grabba pulls out of the ground.
Hey Shaun, thank you for taking the time to leave your review. Susu and I were camping by the side of the Nymboida river a couple of years ago when at some stage during the night extremely strong winds whipped up out of no where. Our large 9x6m tarp was flipping up then down with such ferocity poles were bending, the tarp eyelets were ripping but our GroundGrabba's never budged. Next morning we had a huge rip centre of the tarp, eyelets ripped and missing..... not one GroundGrabba out of place...was only in softish sandy grass topped ground too. So, yeah, your prognosis is 100% accurate. Thank you again. David