These fantastic screw in pegs are much better than ordinary tent pegs. Each peg has an inbuilt handle making them very easy to screw into the ground. They stay in better than traditional tent pegs and are also quicker and easier to remove because you can simply unscrew them.

The pegs come in a pack of 12 with a drill adapter for even quicker screwing in and unscrewing. To make sure you don't lose the adapter, it simply twists into place in your Eglu's run mesh as shown. These pegs are super strong and long lasting too, and they come in the iconic Omlet green!

You can use them for:

  • Securing an Eglu to the ground
  • Securing a tent or awning to the ground
  • Securing guy ropes to the ground

If your ground is just a bit uneven, you can ensure the Eglu run is firmly secured with these excellent pegs.

RRP: £19.99

£14.99 Inc VAT

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Estimated dispatch between 24th Dec and 30th Dec
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Weight: 0.340 kg

Height: 7 cm

Width: 21 cm

Length: 22 cm

Latest Product Reviews For Omlet Screw Pegs - 12 Pack

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Rugged ground anchors - County Tyrone,

Rugged and dependable ground anchors, due to my Eglu run having a tarp on it the wind catches and pulls at it, these ground anchors have prevented my Eglu from getting ready for take off several times during stormy weather with the added bonus of also keeping the run skirt firmly down on uneven ground for predator protection. The drill attachment saves a lot of effort and significant time when unscrewing and moving the run, I would highly recommend these

Perfect design -

Pegs that really work in any kind of soil, and are so easy to screw in. Fantastic!

Good purchase! -

Really pleased I bought these. Easy to use & give peace of mind that the run is secure. Recommended!

Omlet screw pegs are Brilliant - Hertfordshire,

Do exactly what they say. So easy to use which is great when you need to move the eglu and run frequently around the garden

The screws work into the ground well. -

The screws work into the ground well.