Can You Hear Me Now?

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by Bob Livingston
December 17, 2014

  SmoothTalker’s wireless and direct-connect radio-frequency amplifiers improve phone and data service, especially in fringe areas   There’s no denying that staying connected is an important factor when picking places to visit in your RV. Many times, RV parks are chosen because of Wi-Fi... Read more »

Steam Powered

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By Kevin Livingston
November 21, 2014

  Compact, nesting cooking system from SteamVita uses boiling water to prepare great-tasting, healthy foods   Quite often, the kitchen is the place where friends and relatives gather. Let’s face it, we all love to eat and many times it’s even the main reason for gathering in the first... Read more »

Go With the Flow

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October 29, 2014

Truck System Technologies, an established provider of tire-pressure monitoring systems, has introduced its state-of-the-art TST507 Flow Through System, which features a fill port that allows users to add or remove air without having to remove the sensors. This system monitors air pressure and temperature... Read more »

Patty O’Shade

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by Owen Mitchell
August 27, 2014

  Dometic offers relief from the sun in a tidy package Along with warm weather comes the enjoyment of being outdoors and hanging out with family and friends. But it may also come with the challenge of staying cool in hot afternoons without retreating into an air-conditioned motorhome. When the... Read more »

Music by Bluetooth

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by Bob Livingston
June 24, 2014

  Miccus Home RTX transmitter and receiver is a big hit with those wanting to control tunes from a wireless device Listening to music is a priority in our RV household. Much of our music collection has been stored on iPods since Apple introduced the very first one. Like most electronic geeks,... Read more »

Comfort Zones

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May 30, 2014

  TempMinder wireless digital thermometer, calendar and clock keeps tabs on inside temperatures and up to three remote locations Admittedly, I’m a weather junkie. Maybe it’s because I wanted to be a meteorologist before pursuing a journalism career, but that’s another story. Keeping tabs... Read more »

Smoke on the Weber

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by Bob Livingston
April 29, 2014

  The new 14.5-inch Smokey Mountain Cooker livens up meat flavor using charcoal and hardwoods, and can be easily stored   A barbecue is almost standard equipment in a motor­home. Most people enjoy cooking outdoors and a barbecue is a great way to get favorite meats, poultry and fish to the... Read more »

Permanent Roof Repair

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by Bill and Jenn Gehr
March 25, 2014

  EternaBond Tape Makes Short Work out of Sealing Damaged Membranes that can Lead to Mildew, Mold and Dry Rot   Rubber roofs made from EPDM or TPO material are lightweight and pliable, but are vulnerable to damage caused by tree branches that can result in tears or rips in the membrane. Left... Read more »

SeeLevel II Tank Monitor

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by Bill and Jenn Gehr
February 26, 2014

  Garnet Instruments Uses External Sensors and High-Grade Electronics to Eliminate Erroneous Readings   Holding tanks make it possible to experience true self-containment in any motor­home, but keeping track of the content level can be frustrating. The vast majority of holding tank gauges... Read more »

Tow Defender

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by Owen Mitchell
January 24, 2014

  Roadmaster’s Safeguard Against Dinghy Paint Damage   Despite full-width mud flaps that hang behind the dual rear wheels of most motorhomes, the tires usually kick up enough stones, sand and debris to damage the paint, chrome and windshield of a dinghy vehicle — unless a defense is mounted.One... Read more »

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