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 »

Axis Vegas


by Chris Hemer
February 23, 2015

Thor Motor Coach’s “Recreational Utility Vehicle,” referred to as the RUV, continues to grow with the addition of the 25.2, available in Axis and Vegas brands. The RUV is sized like a large SUV, and drives like one, but offers all the conveniences and amenities of a motorhome. The 25.2 is the first... Read more »

Tantalizing (RV) Tech


by Chris Hemer and Rick Kessler
February 23, 2015

  The annual Recreation Vehicle Industry Association Show highlighted motorhomes both big and small, plus a host of exciting technologies   Elkhart, Indiana, and its surrounding suburbs are to RVs what Detroit is to automobiles, with more than 80 percent of the market coming from this essentially... Read more »

A Better Shower


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


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 »

Sampling Regina, Saskatchewan

flaky crois­sants, is made in-house at Hotel Saskatchewan.

By Bobbie Hasselbring
January 27, 2015

  Big skies and world class restaurants will highlight a trip to western Canada Winter is a great time to begin travel planning a road trip through the wide-open prairies of Saskatchewan, the “land of the living skies.” This western Canadian province is an RVer’s delight. You’ll find miles... 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 »

Retro ’Bago: The Brow is Back … Again


by Chris Hemer
December 23, 2014

  Winnebago has just introduced its new Brave 31C floorplan sporting the legendary “eyebrow” design. Offered in three floorplans in both the Winnebago Brave and Itasca Tribute lines, this retro coach is loaded with all of the modern conveniences you’d expect in a contemporary motorhome. The... Read more »

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