MSR Stake Hammer
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- Gray, One Sizesale $22.46
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Nothing worse than glass in your beer.
If you've ever busted a tent stake or tried opening your beer with a rock, you're well aware of the fact that the MSR Stake Hammer is a sight for sore eyes. This lightweight hammer is designed to make your camping experience all the more amenable thanks to its hardy aluminum shaft and stainless steel composition. Not to mention, the integrated bottle opener is bound to come in handy when push comes to shove—so you can say goodbye to sipping on beer-flavored small pebbles and glass slivers.
- A lightweight, handy hammer for tent stakes
- Aluminum shaft and stainless steel is durable
- Integrated bottle opener offers convenience
proper tool for the job
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
When car and river camping, I've smashed my fingers/hands using rocks to bash in tent stakes. And when I've been smart enough to have a coleman/coghlans plastic mallet--they've shredded when banging into rocky ground. Enter the MSR stake hammer--small enough, light enough and just the right tool for the job. And if a friend miss-hits a stake, I don't have to cry because they took a chunk of wood out of my hults handle...
No more rocks!
One the best tools weâve added to the cache box for car camping. No longer digging around camp for a suitable rock for some cave-Woman action. Best part, itâs saved me from ripping out the stake loops and grommets from my tent. I works super well to easily pull stakes out. Must have.
the cool Factor
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Sure any old hammer will do, but why not have a cool looking one?
this MSR stake hammer is just cool looking and very useful around camp
with it's bottle opening skills to it's ability to hammer in tent stakes.
and the many other endless uses. the only thing I did not like about it was
the lack of grip in the handle, It has a ruff surface but could use better grip. I am going to wrap it with some bike handle bar Tape and that should give it the grip.