Truma water heaters, furnace debut in Airstream’s Basecamp

  ELKHART, Ind., April 19, 2017 —  The Airstream Basecamp will now use the Truma Combi as its combination water heater and forced-air furnace appliance. “We needed systems on the Basecamp to be robust, reliable, efficient and provide an Airstream level of comfort,” said Bryan Melton, GM of Travel Trailers for Airstream. “The Combi’s small footprint and combined furnace and... Read More

Sta-Bil Rust Stopper stops rust and corrosion

    By Bob Difley Of the many gremlins that attack your RV, like mold, mildew, leaks, and black streaks, rust is the gremlin that will attack your hand tools, spare parts, door hinges, and other vulnerable metal surfaces and moving parts over time. STA-BIL® Rust Stopper is a part of the large family of Gold Eagle fuel additives and aerospace... Read More

NuLock defies thieves, keeps your stuff safe

  By Bob Difley Though petty theft seems to be a fact of life, fortunately not all of us have been victims – yet. But it could happen to us anywhere, anytime, so most of us take precautions against thievery. However, our precautions are often half-hearted and frequently ineffective against the innovative thief class. I was reminded of this when... Read More

Super absorbent Shurhold mop saves time and effort

  By Bob Difley Due to lack of time, or fatigue, many people allow their RV to air dry after rinsing it down, leaving unsightly water spots and blemishes. Shurhold’s Deluxe Water Sprite Mop attaches to any of the company’s 11 handles and quickly soaks up water like a sponge, allowing for a quick, spot-free dry. The most absorbent mop... Read More

Keep outside electric connections dry with Twist and Seal

  By Bob Difley When I was asked to review Twist and Seal’s line of protectors designed to keep electrical cord connections dry and safe from rain and snow it appeared initially to be a bit overkill. But then logic and my penchant for avoiding electrocution took over. After all, fiddling with electricity in wet environments should not be taken... Read More

RV dirty laundry!

  By Russ and Tiña De Maris Politicians loathe it because somehow, it always comes out. RVers fight with it, because in a tight space, where do you put it? What is it? Dirty laundry! Where to put the dirty laundry until wash day rolls around. If someone could come up with a “one size fits all solution” they could... Read More

KING launches portable RV omnidirectional OTA Antenna

  By Bob Difley The new KING OmniGo™ first-of-its-kind portable omnidirectional OTA (over-the-air) antenna system has everything you need to watch FREE HDTV anywhere life takes you! Powerful and compact, the KING OmniGo HDTV omnidirectional antenna is designed for mobility. This omnidirectional antenna is uniquely suited for picking up signals from all directions, without having to move or adjust the... Read More

RV Mods: Power visors — inside shade easily at hand

By Jim Twamley Jim’s writings were a favorite among our readers for many years. Jim’s health finally forced him to “hang up the keys,” but we like to dip into the archives and pull out pertinent “oldies” to share. Here’s one of them: In my travels I often wandered around various-size swap meets/flea markets in favorite snowbird hangouts. You can... Read More

Wire-free camera helps prevent collisions, provides safety

  By Bob Difley Hyndsight Vision Systems is taking a big step forward in the consumer vision industry with the introduction of their new portable, wire-free rearview vision system called Journey. This versatile system is ideal for RV drivers who require clear rear view visualization to help prevent collisions and provide safety monitoring. The system is comprised of a custom... Read More