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These Glow-In-The-Dark Ropes Are Perfect For Your Next Camping Trip

These Glow-In-The-Dark Ropes Are Perfect For Your Next Camping Trip

No more camping accidents in the dark!

Camping trips are a great way to escape the bustle of city life. Pitching your tent under the night sky as you watch the stars—true bliss! But more often than not, the darkness can lead to a few hiccups. Find yourself often tripping on tent ropes while out camping at night? Get yourself glow-in-the-dark ropes that can be used to tie your tent down. It even lets you see exactly where the rope and stakes are—because they glow in the dark!



 

 

According to the description of the product, it reads: Designed for outdoor recreation this line is great for emergency applications, hiking, backpacking, camping, fishing, hunting and traveling. This cord is an essential piece to any survival gear kit. The best substitute for standard Paracord this cord is also commonly used in crafting and bracelet making. Plus, we can't deny that it adds a fun little pop to your camping trip at night. You can get the 2 Pack Glow in The Dark Rope Cord—Polypropylene for about $14.



 

The glow-in-the-dark-tent rope is sold in a 2-pack and each pack contains rope that measures 3/16 inch thick x 50 feet long. Based on your tent size, you'll need to cut the rope according to those specifics. But hey, if you consider yourself a true outdoorsperson, you needn't sweat it. Glow-in-the-dark tent stakes are sold separately and come in a 10 pack for around $10. You can find them here. These pegs will be able to "hold strong against heavy winds in the dirt, grand, rocky soil, sand, and all kinds of terrain. This product is perfect for backyard sleepovers, beach trips, camping, picnics, sporting events, and so much more." Don't forget to charge the pegs as they need to be exposed to sunlight as well.



 

 

Oddity Mall reports that the materials used in the glow in the dark tent rope are made of strong stuff and by that, we mean polypropylene construction. It is diamond braided for extra strength and has a safe working load of 80 lbs. It's great for overnight camping as it charges during sunlight and stays glowing all night long. Another great benefit is that it is resistant to rot, mildew, and corrosion from chemicals. Single ropes can be bought here. According to its description, these ropes can glow for up to 6-8 hours in the darkness after 10-15 minutes of light or sunshine exposure in the daytime. If you want a brighter glow, make sure to let this cord charge in direct sunlight. Happy camping!

Source: Amazon

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