OtterBox Defender Series Case for iPhone

OtterBox Defender Series

May 5, 2011

A few months ago I got my very first smartphone. Since I’m clumsy and have broken five cell phones in as many years, I opted for the bargain-priced iPhone 3GS. Right away I knew I’d need a serious protective case for the thin glass screen. Enter the iPhone 3G/3GS Defender Series Case from OtterBox.... Read more »

A No-Fret Solution to Taking Your Guitar on the Road

Folding Guitar

April 6, 2011

Guitars have always found a place alongside the campfire. No matter if strummed by a lonely cowboy to calm restless dogies during a cattle drive across the plains, or picked by a modern-day RVer leading a pack of two-legged young’uns in song under a crisp, starry sky. Yup, the guitar has earned a traditional... Read more »

Portable Solar Power

Solarland Solar Powered Products

April 3, 2011

Battery charging is part of the regular routine for motorhome owners, especially those who frequent areas without hookups. While running a generator will certainly get the job done, and more efficiently with a multistage charger onboard, many owners prefer a more green — and quiet — approach to charging... Read more »

Hands On Relief Mart Mattress

Relief Mart Mattress

February 1, 2011

Since we spend about a third of our lives in bed, it’s pretty important to make sure we’re sleeping on a good mattress. All too often the factory-installed mattress in our motorhome interferes with a good night’s sleep. Even though we covered our stock mattress with a foam topper, we still woke... Read more »

Hands-On: Simple Satellite Setup with a Delsand PDQ

Delsand PDQ

January 20, 2011

Setting up a satellite dish antenna that needs to be manually positioned can be challenging at best. The process becomes more complicated when adding an HD DVR to the system. Setup can be even more frustrating when dealing with uneven ground and, of course, that nemesis of the satellite user, trees.... Read more »

Hands-On: Ionic Clean

Ionic Clean

December 1, 2010

Washing your motorhome takes a lot of physical energy, especially if you have to contend with hard water. Unless you can find a place where the sun doesn’t dry the surface before you get a chance to wipe it down, spotting can be an endless battle. That’s why professional detailers bring their own... Read more »

Hands-On: Water Counter

WaterCounter Water Management System

November 2, 2010

RVers who want to take full advantage of their onboard systems need to monitor freshwater levels on a regular basis. Typical monitors provide relative levels, but drilling down into gallons used is not the kind of information that’s displayed or expected. The WaterCounter Water Management System takes... Read more »

Hands-On: Align-A-Site Dish Alignment System

Align-A-Site Dish Alignment System

October 1, 2010

Satellite TV offers enormous viewing options for the motorhome traveler, but unless you only travel in areas void of trees, mountains, buildings and other similar obstructions, aiming the requisite dish can be challenging. About 40 percent of the time, I park my motorhome only to find that the biggest... Read more »

TempaChair Review


September 7, 2010

To the casual onlooker, an outdoor chair is something that one parks his or her posterior in while lounging under the awning. Other than using different materials and shapes, there’s no new mousetrap here – or at least not until theTempaChair entered the market. The company that sells the... Read more »

Actron Scan Tool Makes RV Diagnosis Easy

Actron Scan Tool

August 1, 2010

Oh no, that darn check-engine light is on again! I wonder what’s wrong – and if we can continue to our destination, or do we have to stop? These pesky malfunction-indicator lights (MILs) are among the most frequent vehicle problems encountered nowadays, and they’re even more common... Read more »

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