Cold-Food Storage


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 »

Nifty Nesters


By Kevin Livingston
January 29, 2015

  When outfitting a motorhome, the wonders of collapsing and nesting goodies always come to mind. Succeeding at both, the Origami RSB-01 storage box set consists of three pleated plastic containers (two with handles) that collapse and conveniently store within the largest container, which comes with... Read more »

Smoke-Free Fire Pit


By Kevin Livingston
January 29, 2015

  Campfires are always enjoyable, but not everyone likes the associated smoke — and some campgrounds prohibit wood-fueled fires. Campfire In A Can keeps the convivial ambiance alive while providing an approved means to sit around and enjoy a soothing flame — and it’s pretty warm, too. The... Read more »

A Faster Screwdriver


December 23, 2014

  Motorhomes are composed of a lot of screws. Now you can make it a lot easier to tighten or remove them with the new 4V MAX Lithium Pivot Screwdriver by Black and Decker. The tool’s handle rotates 90 degrees to allow for pistol grip or inline orientations, and an included micro USB wall charger... Read more »

Handy Lighting


By Kevin Livingston
December 22, 2014

  A trio of Tri-Lynx LED fixtures use motion and dawn/dusk sensors to help keep owners out of the dark   It seems that no matter how well-equipped your motorhome is with all the latest and greatest in technology and trinkets, there’s always something lacking. For example, just when you... Read more »

Can You Hear Me Now?


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 »

Wireless Control System


November 22, 2014

  Thor Motor Coach has introduced Rapid Camp — a wireless motorhome control system that allows owners to set up camp quickly at a distance of up to 50 feet away from the coach. With the Rapid Camp remote in hand, users can operate the leveling jacks, slideouts, generator, patio awning and patio... Read more »



By Tori Tellem
November 21, 2014

  Racks and carriers designed to help you take your adventure gear on the road   A motorhome is your home away from home, and we’re all about bringing as many creature comforts aboard as possible. Although in this case, we’re talking about creature comforts outboard. That’s because... Read more »

Steam Powered


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


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 »

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