Hard Korr 1M Stick-On 3 Color Led Tape Light
Easily install a permanent light strip without drilling.
Don’t get caught with cheap, poor-quality imitations. Join thousands of adventurers who already enjoy the quality and durability of Hardkorr’s famous LED camping lights.
This 1m stick-on orange & white LED tape light provides excellent adhesive capabilities, thanks to its 3M® brand double-sided tape which runs all the way along the back of the tape. Its flexibility makes it perfect for both flat and curved surfaces, and it can even stick to most types of fabric such as canvas. In addition, it can be cut every 5cm, ensuring you can get the perfect fit for your application.
Both orange and white LEDs are built into the single strip light, and with our exclusive tri-colour dimmer you can now produce three shades of light: cool white, warm white and orange! The cool white light provides maximum brightness, whereas the new warm white setting gives off a light that is almost as bright as cool white, but with a pleasant soothing warmth. It’s perfect for setting a calm, happy mood in your campsite, particularly later at night. Finally, switching to the orange light naturally reduces the presence of bugs by up to 90%, and is particularly useful around food preparation and eating areas.
The dimmer switch comes with our removable pole clips so you can attach it to a tent or awning pole, giving you one less thing to worry about misplacing out in the bush.
- Reinforced grommets to prevent wire breakage at light bar ends
- IP68 waterproof rating means the lights are completely watertight (in fact they will run underwater)
- Waterproof locking DC connectors on all cables
- Heavy-duty, double insulated cables to prevent voltage drop, which results in brighter bars
- Minimal heat output, unlike gas lamps
- Low power consumption – can be left on all night without affecting your battery
From orange to white at the touch of a button.
How does orange light reduce bug presence?
Some bugs, like mosquitos and moths, can’t help but move their body towards any light source they can see. This phenomenon is called positive phototaxis. Entomologists still don’t have a complete understanding of why this phenomenon exists, but it is clearly observable in nature.
Of course, bugs will only be attracted to light they can see, and there is a useful difference between the spectra of light which are visible to humans compared to bugs. Humans can generally see light which has a wavelength between 380nm (blue) and 740nm (red). Most bugs, conversely, can see light with a wavelength between 300nm and 600nm.
The wavelength of our orange LEDs is 610nm, putting them outside of the spectrum visible to must bugs, but still well inside the boundaries of human vision. As a result, most bugs will not congregate around our orange light because they simply don’t know it is there.