12-volt fan moves lots of air. Breeze may keep mosquitoes away

The powerful, high volume, Endless Breeze portable 12-volt fan from Fan-tastic Vent uses an automotive type motor and twelve inch blade operating at three speeds. The air movement of up to 900 CFM (cubic feet per minute) is the equivalent of a constant 10 mph wind. Standing only fourteen inches tall on retractable legs and less than four inches deep it travels... Read More

Improve your RV’s drinking water with Camco filter

The Camco TastePURE KDF/Carbon RV Water Filter is a convenient filter for RVers who want to improve the quality of the water they bring into their RV, at minimal cost. The filter, which the company says will last an entire season, contains KDF, or Kinetic Degradation Fluxion, which creates zinc oxide in the cartridge which kills bacteria, stops it from... Read More

Steel wheel chocks keep you from rolling away

By Chris Dougherty Certified RV Technician Parking an RV on any kind of incline, especially if it’s a trailer, can be a dangerous proposition. In the case of a motorhome, a parking pawl (metal pin or lever) in the automatic transmission and the parking brake are all that’s preventing up to 56,000 pounds of hardware from rolling away and crashing... Read More

Buggy night in camp? Bugout shelter keeps bugs away

When Cam Bresinger incorporated his company Nemo he was still in college. Only two months later, following his graduation, Cam moved it into an historic mill in Nashua, NH with a goal to revolutionize tents. With the credibility gained after successfully introducing his line of tents with Nemo’s air supported technology, he moved on to other products. Bugout was one... Read More

Leave roof vents open even in rain with MaxxAir covers

By Chris Dougherty Certified RV Technician Imagine this: You are dry camping in the rain in July. Stuck in your RV, you can’t run the air conditioner, and because it’s raining you can’t open the roof vents. So there is almost no ventilation. No fun, right? Ventilation of an RV’s interior is of primary importance. During the warmer months, using... Read More