LightRanger Replacement Tripod Base


The Tripod Base is already included in the standard LightRanger kit, but if you need a replacement or you ordered a first gen LightRanger with just the ground stake, we've got you covered. The tripod adds additional flexibility for overhead lighting and is perfect for when you are moving the light frequently or for hard surfaces indoor or out such as:

  • Grilling on your back patio
  • On a driveway working on a vehicle
  • Cul-de-sac pickleball court
  • Indoors during a power outage
  • Working on an unfinished basement
  • Anywhere else a ground stake is not preferred

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Needs a design revision

It needs replace plastic sleeve with AL as my dog run and broke right where is rivets

Viejito Enojon
The Angry Camper

It’s abovious The designers of this light know theres a design flaw for the tripod base, otherwise they wouldn’t be selling it. It’s listed on their website as “Replacement Tripod Base” not “tripod base” because the base is crap and anyone who already bought one is most likely having to replace the damn thing. The tripod is made of cheap aluminum, God forbid a light breeze blows your light over and the tripod gets banged up and useless. If you have kids, tie them to a tree so they don’t knock this thing over. You get what you pay for, this company makes more money from selling its accessories and cheap tripods, than it does from selling light unit. Don’t get me wrong this is a cool concept for the light, However, if this is meant to be for those outdoors, rugged folks, you can’t build a product using cheap material. I’d rather pay more and know that I have a reliable and quality product that is dependable when I need it to be.

Don’t just take my word, read the other reviews about the base.

Shout out to Donavan in CA. Sorry!!!

Rene Sanchez

LightRanger Replacement Tripod Base

Matt D
Awesome light, cheap base...

I love the light, but the base is absolute junk. It broke after being just kicked by a duty boot and not hard at all. Cheap plastic cracked off right around the rivets. Didn't even survive a weekend. Hopefully they will improve the material in the future.

Jason A
Works great on paved surfaces

I use a pair of these for camping but also for illuminating Search and Rescue Command Post locations at night. The tripods work really well on hard surfaces and also on top of parked vehicles. I set them on top of my truck topper which puts the light almost 20 feet off the ground and it lights up a huge area.

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