LED Light Strip for FSR Rooftop Tents

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LED Light Strip for FSR Rooftop Tents

Regular price $30.00
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LED light strip for all sizes of FSR standard and premium Rooftop Tents.

Please check your FSR tent for velcro strip at the back/top of your tent before purchase.

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Zach W
ALMOST perfect

I love the size, ease of use, and placement of this light. We used it extensively and are thankful we have it in the tent.
However (and full disclaimer - I am a lighting snob) the light temperature of these is VERY hot. like 5000K+. One of my favorite things about camping is the natural lighting and generally dim lit settings. When I am getting into bed and its super dark out, I would expect the night-light to be a relatively low temperature similar to candlelight or a campfire which is not the case for the light as is currently. The LED strip does its job - It lights up the tent like there is no tomorrow! However I think I would probably use it more if it wasnt so dang bright. I know, I am picky... until then I will probably use my headlamp on the 'red' setting so I dont burn out my eyeballs at midnight!

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
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Zach W
ALMOST perfect

I love the size, ease of use, and placement of this light. We used it extensively and are thankful we have it in the tent.
However (and full disclaimer - I am a lighting snob) the light temperature of these is VERY hot. like 5000K+. One of my favorite things about camping is the natural lighting and generally dim lit settings. When I am getting into bed and its super dark out, I would expect the night-light to be a relatively low temperature similar to candlelight or a campfire which is not the case for the light as is currently. The LED strip does its job - It lights up the tent like there is no tomorrow! However I think I would probably use it more if it wasnt so dang bright. I know, I am picky... until then I will probably use my headlamp on the 'red' setting so I dont burn out my eyeballs at midnight!