Hard Korr 2-Bar Tri-color LED Camping Light Kit with Diffusers
Our 2 bar LED camping light kit is the perfect kit for those with small setups or who are just starting out with camping. With 1,180 lumens total light output (on white setting) and over 12m of high quality plug-and-play cabling, you will have plenty of different options when lighting up your campsite.
Since we invented the LED camp light bar back in 2008, Hardkorr camp light kits have been the only choice for campers who want quality built products that will last for many years. The design has changed over time and new features have been introduced, but it’s still made with the same meticulous attention to detail that has seen us become a household name in camp lighting.
Our 2 bar LED camping light kit is designed to be a perfect starter kit for those with small setups or who are just starting out with camping. It is also a popular choice for illuminating canopies or toolboxes.
With 1,180 lumens total light output (on white setting) and over 12m of high quality plug-and-play cabling, you will have plenty of different options when lighting up your campsite.
NEW Tri-colour dimmers: allows you to select between cool white, warm white and orange light at the touch of a button
Thicker bar profile for added strength and improved appearance
Multiple light bar mounting options:
Inbuilt magnets for attachment to most metal surfaces
Removable pole clips for easy attachment to tent poles (including non-magnetic aluminium poles)
Removable diffusers for a wider angle, softer light beam
Removable end caps make flush mount applications look even better by hiding the join between the cable and the bar end
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.
Often imitated, never duplicated.
The LED camp lights that Hardkorr invented are now seen across thousands of Australian campsites. In the years since we introduced them to the market, we’ve developed and released many innovations and improvements designed to make your camping experience comfortable and hassle-free, including orange/white technology, reinforced grommet ends, inbuilt magnets, removable pole clips and more.
We’ve now taken the next leap forward in design and technology, making lighting your campsite even easier by addressing some of the key gripes campers had with previous LED lighting technology. Our exclusive diffusers, now included with all light bars, create a much wider, more pleasant light beam – no more LEDs shining in your eyes if you’re on the wrong angle! The light bar pole clips make attaching your bars to non-magnetic tent poles much easier.
Additionally, flush mounting is now easier and looks better thanks to our wire-covering end caps and flush mount clips (flush mount clips sold separately).
And if all that wasn’t enough… our new dimmers give these kits the ability to now produce three shades of light: cool white, warm white and orange! The new warm white setting gives off a light that is nearly as bright as cool white, but with a pleasant soothing warmth to the colour.
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.