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The main issue when pitching your tent in a festival's campsite is that it’s so easy to forget where you left it. With all those other brightly coloured domes dotting the landscape, all it takes is a late night trip to the toilet or a few bevies and you’re completely lost. Thankfully, the TentFinder LED Light is at hand to not only help you find your tent, but also to give it all the street smarts of an executive saloon.
Just hook the light inside your tent – or use the magnetic back to attach it to something metal – and the TentFinder will provide a handy light when you’re settling down for the night.
One push of the on button will illuminate the three centre LEDs, a second push will illuminate the outer ring of twenty LEDs, and a third push will illuminate the whole lot! But here is the best bit yet. Thanks to the handy pocket-sized remote you can operate all of these functions from up to 50 metres away! The TentFinder operates on radio frequency which means you don't need to be in direct sight of your lost tent for your remote to find it. So now if you get lost amongst the multicoloured mushrooms, you can flick on the lights of your TentFinder and find yours in an instant.
Because the TentFinder Light uses low power-consumption LEDs, rather than conventional bulbs, they’ll never need replacing. And the batteries will last a fair while too. In fact, from a single set you should get up to five hours of light with all twenty-three LEDs switched on, or thirty hours from just the three central ones. Although if you still haven’t found your tent by then, you’re probably in the wrong campsite.
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This is a great product, the RF remote makes it a lot more practical than the cheaper alternatives which require you to be in the tent for the light to be controlled.
When I'm not camping I keep the light in the back shelf of my car and used it to illuminate my car in a busy car park remotely.