Light up the night sky
When camping outside in the great wilderness, the sun really brings out the natural beauty of mountains, canyons, trees, and lush greenery. But when nighttime falls, the world falls into pitch blackness. For every overnight camping trip you embark on, make sure you are properly prepared with a high-performance light that’s flexible for multi-use for any need or space. Our Hooked Camping Tent Light is designed to bring bright LED light wherever you need it.
Shine on for nearly 100,000 hours
Some LED lights are too harsh with their brightness. Some are too heavy and bulky to carry around. Our little bulb is the perfect in-between: with soft-diffuse LED, you get a brightness that isn’t blinding.
Three light modes
in one bulb
in one bulb
A one-click button lets you cycle between high brightness, medium brightness, and a red SOS light mode. Discover ultra versatility — from dinner to turn-down time or unexpected roadside emergencies, the power and function of our Hooked Camping Tent Light rises to the occasion.
Cooking, sleeping, security
With an easy-hook design, secure our light to any tree, tent, wiring, rope, or personal belongings for light at night. Whether it’s a canyon-side barbeque, cluster of tents at night by a mountain, or just a light to stay on during the night for visibility and safety, our Hooked Camping Tent Light makes it easy.
Just add batteries and go
Our light requires three AAA batteries (not included).
Built for the elements
Sudden downpour? Our light can hold up, thanks to a built-in rain-proof covering that shields the bulb. Minimal heat generation also means a longer battery life and improved fire safety.
This is a great light to have around when camping. I do like to fact that it has rain-proof cover. Although we use it inside tents, it's always better to have extra protection in case of sudden weather change or any accidents. We have a bunkhouse MC camper with an add on room. Two of these will light the place up!
Works great! So I use it at base camp when I'm car camping, also good to take if you are fishing at night, I think some types of fish are attracted to the light. Use it in my bunk in the camper also. Haven't had it long enough to vouch for durability.
I like that I can keep one of these bulbs at home and not have to worry during power outages. With the current hurricane season in full swing, there is peace of mind in not having to think about cooking or restroom use for a few hours. I haven't had to use this yet but I tested it by interrupting the power supply from the breaker panel to ensure it works properly, and it does. One less think to think about during inclement weather.
We love these! We are hanging them in closets, laundry room and bath rooms to save electricity and last night I actually looped one to my long necklace and walked around in our 3000 sq ft home not having to turn on the electricity once. Checking now to see how it recharges! Very light weight. Fun concept. But you do not need to wait until the electricity goes out to use them!!!