Rest Assured

January 6, 2017

  One of the most effective ways to improve the overall comfort of the RVing experience is to upgrade the standard bed with an adjustable sleeper. With more than 15 years supplying German bed systems, Axel Bloom offers adjustable beds with a frame that’s only 5 inches thick. Because the motors... Read more »

Keep the Lights On

by Bruce W. Smith and Kristopher Bunker
January 6, 2017

  Quiet, fuel-efficient portable generators are essential for RVing in remote settings. Briggs & Stratton’s PowerSmart Series P3000 inverter generator fits right in, supplying clean, stable electricity to run everything from laptops to TVs, while keeping the lights on and charging smartphones.... Read more »

Outdoor-Adventure Box

by Bruce W. Smith
November 30, 2016

  Stumped on what to give adventuresome friends and family members for the holidays? Consider a Cairn gift subscription. Cairn is an outdoor enthusiast’s version of a monthly wine club that puts three to six innovative and useful new outdoor products worth up to $50 into the hands of subscribers... Read more »

Light My Yule Log

by Bruce W. Smith
November 30, 2016

  It’s just a palm-sized plastic-covered brick with a red pull-string, but within seconds of yanking that string, the Pull Start Fire begins smoking and is soon burning twice as hot as conventional fire starters, according to the manufacturer. Just loop the green string around your holiday Yule... Read more »

No Garage? No Problem

by Bruce W. Smith
September 30, 2016

  For those of you who don’t own an RV equipped with a garage but still want to transport motorized toys like ATVs, motorcycles or even a golf cart, Idaho Tote offers a solution. An all-steel flatbed carrier that attaches to the back of the RV, the Idaho Tote bolts to a special bracket that is... Read more »

Rayzar-Sharp Reception

September 30, 2016

A strong signal is a must for digital TV reception, plus you want to keep your RV’s roofline as low as possible. Winegard’s Rayzar z1 amplified HD antenna fits that criteria perfectly. Compact and powerful, the z1 maxi­- mizes UHF reception and high-band VHF to provide access to the major broadcast... Read more »

All Amped Up

by Bruce W. Smith
September 30, 2016

  An essential safety component of any RV, the circuit breaker monitors electrical power and switches it off when it senses a problem. Trac Outdoor Products has taken the old thermal devices to a new level of performance with its Digital Circuit Breaker (model T10171), which displays real-time voltage... Read more »

Triple-Play Antenna

by Bruce W. Smith
September 1, 2016

  Simplifying and improving Internet, cellular and TV connectivity in an RV makes life on the road just that much nicer, and the new OneSource marine and RV antenna does that while also boosting the signals, according to manufacturer PDQ Connect. The pedestal-mounted OneSource antenna provides... Read more »

Weigh To Go

By Kevin Livingston
July 28, 2016

  Rieco-Titan’s A-frame jack combines power lifting with a unique built-in scale to keep trailer owners apprised of hitch weight Safety is one of the most popular topics when it comes to trailer towing. Pulling a large, heavy trailer on any road or major highway puts the safety onus on the owner,... Read more »

RVing Paratrooper

by Bruce W. Smith
July 28, 2016

  A great ride for adventurous RVers who love to explore trails, the Paratrooper from Montague Bikes weighs 32 pounds and fits into tight storage spaces. The full-size folding mountain bike, which can be ready to go in less than a minute, was originally developed for the military. Available in 16-,... Read more »

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