LED Light Strip for FSR Rooftop Tents

SKU: 800-LEDPremium
Sale 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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LED Light Strip for FSR Rooftop Tents - Freespirit Recreation

LED Light Strip for FSR Rooftop Tents

Colorado Warehouse

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120 Capital Drive
Golden CO 80401
United States


Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Richard Forrestal
Definitely worth it!

Recently purchased a NOBO edition high country 55 from a buddy. I purchased this as an upgrade since it didn’t have the LEDs, and I didn’t want to buy something that I needed to remove when I close it up. It’s bright and lights up the entire tent. It is not (in my opinion) overly bright. But if u want to a little dimmed, I found there is a way to install it so that u can have the lights facing the tent and the velcro will hold it in place and it isn’t as bright. Def worth the $30!!!


I ordered this light too late for a big trip and the FSR crew got it to me super fast so I could put it to use. The light is awesome. Its bright but when plugged into my battery pack, with the battery pack off, its the perfect dim. Perfect addition to the Adventure Series tent!!

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!