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An in-house wireless camera system, such as this one from www.Vuezone.com, is another great tool for keeping an eye on things while you are gone. Some models feature infrared lighting ability and motion-activated cameras. When you are home they also double as a pet or baby camera. Since they are Wi-Fi-based, installation is fast and easy and you can even watch from your smartphone.
Inexpensive timers can be used to turn interior lights on/off and give your house a “lived-in” look while you are traveling. Combined with energy-efficient LED bulbs, they are a low-cost option that really works.

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Two-stage Convenience

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King Kombo

Considering the limited storage space in a motorhome, a conventional ladder may seem like a luxury item. But when that one item can perform...
ENSEN JWM45 Two-zone Stereo

JENSEN JWM45 Two-zone Stereo is Twice as Nice

Music is an important part of the motorhome lifestyle, inside and out of the coach. ASA Electronics now offers the JENSEN JWM45 Two-zone Stereo....
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Dometic PLB40 Portable Lithium Battery

Perfect for off-grid camping, the Dometic PLB40 lithium battery was designed to run 12-volt DC appliances — specifically, Dometic’s line of CFX mobile compressor...