Able Cable

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by Chris Hemer
April 23, 2015

  Fifty-amp service is common on today’s motorhomes, and the heavy cable can be hard to handle. Conntek’s new 50-amp RV cord is designed to be easier to grab, lock and remove at both ends. The connector’s 45-degree angle not only allows the inlet hatch to close more completely, it also offers... Read more »

The Force is With You

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by Chris Hemer
April 23, 2015

  A brake system for your towed vehicle should be considered a necessity, but not all of them are created equal. According to the dinghy brake experts at SMI, the new Delta Force is the first and only dual-signal, proportional portable braking system on the market. Featuring a patent-pending ball-and-socket... Read more »

All Washed Up

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By Chris Hemer
April 22, 2015

  Cleaning Every Part of Your Motorhome this Spring is Easy with These Specialty Products   Everyone knows how to wash a car. It’s paint, plastic and glass for the most part, and caring for it can be as simple as running it through the carwash. Motorhomes, on the other hand, are a different... Read more »

Silent Power

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By Bill and Jenn Gehr
April 21, 2015

  The latest crop of efficient inverters makes living off the grid practical without giving up favorite accessories and appliances   There is no denying that motorhome owners love their creature comforts. However, without the convenience of shorepower, an alternate source of energy is needed... Read more »

Like a Razor

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by Chris Hemer
March 30, 2015

Sea Eagle has just introduced the first of its kind 393rl RazorLite Kayak to its line of inflatable kayaks, boats and stand-up paddleboards. Constructed of drop-stitch material throughout, the 393rl RazorLite Kayak is 12 feet 10 inches long, 27 inches wide, and weighs only 28 pounds. With a tapered,... Read more »

Quiet Heat, Continuous Water

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by Bob Livingston
March 30, 2015

  All motorhomes can now be fitted with an Aqua-Hot hydronic system, which was formerly reserved for diesel pushers   Self-containment is the key to making an RV as livable as a home, and two of the most important elements in that regard are the water heater and furnace. Commonly, supplying... Read more »

Get a Handle On It

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by Chris Hemer
February 23, 2015

There are some things that are common to all RVs, and a flimsy screen door is one of them. They can be cumbersome to open and close, and years of slamming to keep them latched can warp the frame. Camco Manufacturing offers a simple and very effective solution to these problems with its new screen door... Read more »

RV TV

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by Chris Hemer
February 23, 2015

The trouble with RV TVs is that they’re not always made for RVs, but the new Jensen JTV2815DC 28-inch LED DC TV is. Featuring a modern aesthetic and a more robust chassis than traditional RV TVs, according to the company, this model includes a market-first industrial-grade metal cabinet that’s reinforced... Read more »

A Better Shower

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By Bob Livingston
February 20, 2015

  Ecocamel Jetstorm handheld wand conserves resources while providing a powerful, yet soft, spray of water   Taking a shower in a motorhome can be a less-than-invigorating experience. Most of the showerheads supplied by motorhome builders struggle to provide a stream of water strong enough... Read more »

Cold-Food Storage

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By Kevin Livingston
January 29, 2015

  Dometic’s new CFX35 portable refrigerator/freezer keeps perishables safe in two temperature zones   All motorhomes have a refrigerator and freezer; some have two doors, some have four doors. The size of the refrigerator is definitely a selling point when choosing a motorhome as buyers... Read more »

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