NUBOOM wireless solar Bluetooth speaker delivers powerful sound

  By Bob Difley Wireless indoor/outdoor speakers have evolved and become very popular in the last few years. The quality of the sound (especially the lower tones) has also improved as they have become smaller in size. Such requirements have become demanding if you want to play sound from a movie or streaming music for family outings. Have you experienced…

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A Rumpl Puffy hits the spot with the arrival of the winter chill

By Bob Difley I first tried a “puffy” jacket on a trip last winter to Portland, Oregon, for my nephew’s graduation. As could be expected in the Pacific Northwest, the weather dipped and snow fell and I (admittedly a warm weather fan) was without enough layers to stay warm outside, so my brother-in-law offered me his puffy jacket. But I…

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Solar flashlight and multi-function safety tool from Renogy

By Bob Difley With the spate of emergencies that are plaguing communities this year from hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria, it would pay to make sure we are prepared for our own emergencies, though trivial they may be compared to the living conditions suffered by residents of Puerto Rico, Houston, and other areas following their disasters. Putting together an emergency…

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Move your Pod or fifth-wheeler with Parkit360 power dolly

  Trailerable RVs have never been more popular, especially the new pod campers. But many people have difficulty maneuvering them with a car or truck, especially when backing around corners and into tight spaces. With Parkit360’s Force 5K and Force 10K power dollies, moving a trailer has never been easier. Lightweight and small enough to fit into the back of…

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Boondockers: Think tote tanks – Don’t leave home without one

By Bob Difley With snowbird season just around the bend, RVers are starting to think about boondocking and tote tanks. Tote tanks? Not usually a popular topic discussed around a potluck campfire. But RVers will be RVers and tote tanks are an important addition to any serious boondocker’s arsenal of tools that will help extend his boondocking days and relieve stress.…

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Custom install now available on automated RV dumping system

Drain Master, of Hollister, California, is now offering custom installations of its state-of-the-art RV waste products – valves, hoses and storage. The new Drain Master Pro-Series waste valves are operated by a control module, either inside the RV or out (or from both locations), vastly improving reliability and performance. With two simple open/close switches (gray and black), dumping RV tanks…

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Cleaning product is impressive at fighting grease

By Gail Meyring Typically when I buy cleaning products I look for something that’s environmentally friendly such as Mrs. Meyers or Seventh Generation All-Purpose Natural Cleaners. These products say they’re tough on dirt and cut through grease and grime. Still, I typically need to do a lot of scrubbing and often need to reapply to actually get things clean.   At the recent Hershey…

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