which screw-in Peggy Peg for which ground... It's not about depth, it's about grip!
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General rule: the harder the ground, the smaller the screw-in peg can be, because it usually finds a quick grip.
Does it also work in winter?
Can the screws snap off?
Well, of course they can snap off. Everything what’s beyond tight is broken. From all the "broken pieces" we examine, were 99% overwound. Probably because men wanted to screw the Peggy all the way into the soil 😉 Every screw (also ordinary ones) has a certain value of newton meters. If this got exceeded the screw breaks, physically logical. So, for our Peggy Pegs it is effective only to screw until the Peggy stops turning further into the ground. Check if the Peg is secure, work with the height-adjustable system and always place the double hook closest to the soil because of the leverage effect. You will achieve this by setting your electric drill to the required torque and starting it with short intervals. By doing this, you’ll notice the counter pressure of the Peggy Peg before reaching its breaking point. When carrying this out handle with care and everything should stay perfectly intact.
Are there also Peggys made from metal?
Conclusion: pegs made from steel would be way too heavy and also wouldn’t be elastic to find the perfect way below the surface.