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Titanium Tent Stake - Ultralight

model # T-104
$3.25

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One of the Lightest Tent Stakes. Anywhere.

Our ultralight Vargo Titanium Tent Stakes are for the serious ultralighter. Weighing even less than our original Titanium Tent Stake, these shepherd’s hook-style stakes still have the unparalleled strength and shape retention of their titanium forerunners.

Features

  • Classic tent stake design
  • Great for most staking applications
  • Extremely lightweight

Specifications 

  • Weight:  0.2 ounces (7 grams)
  • Size:  6"L x 0.12"   (152 x 3 mm)         

Our ultralight Vargo Titanium Tent Stakes are for the serious ultralighter. Weighing even less than our original Titanium Tent Stake, these shepherd’s hook-style stakes still have the unparalleled strength and shape retention of their titanium forerunners.

 Specifications:

  • Weight: 0.26 ounces (7 grams)
  • Length: 6.0 inches (152 mm)
  • Diameter: 0.12 inches (3 mm)

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Question:

How many stakes do you get and what is the diameter of each?

By wave
on 5 November, 2019
Answer:
  • The diameter is 0.12" or 3 mm. The price is for one tent stake.
    By Vargo
    on 5 November, 2019
Question:

How well does "retention" do in your description? Of course they can be bent, but not ever using Titanium tent stakes, does this mean they will bend back or like aluminum properties weaken with every bend? Just curious about the durability of them. I am familiar with "aluminum" ones. Hoping for better wear. Would I be right? Thanks: Vargo User!

By David Langley
on 5 November, 2019
Answer:
  • Before the point of becoming bent, titanium will flex yet always snap back into shape without losing weakness unlike aluminum (i.e. titanium has a greater fatigue limit which increases its longevity and decreases failure). The flex is slight as they are so strong, especially with the nail pegs. To avoid bending them, all of the tent stakes should be pushed into the ground by hand, not by foot. If done so, you should never have to worry about them bending or wearing out on you.
    By Vargo
    on 5 November, 2019