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Learn more about newly released RVs, accessories and outdoor products available for the RV and camping lifestyle. RV Daily Report also reviews products and accessories.

Daimer introduces environmentally-friendly windshield solution

(Aug. 17, 2009) -- To address environmental concerns, Daimer has engineered Eco-Green formulations for the transportation industry that are derived from plants and vegetables without any solvents, ozone-depleting substances, synthetics or harmful volatile organic compounds (VOCs). In addition, Eco-Green chemical products biodegrade by more than 90 percent within 28 days, or about 50 percent faster than some competitive products. Read More »

Portable pizza oven great for RVing

(June 26, 2009) -- The Porta Pizza Oven plugs into the 12 volt cigarette lighter receptacle. It has heating elements above and below for all around cooking and can handle a small cake pan or pizza. It folds out like a typical toaster oven and has two settings - high and low - for cooking and warming up. Read More »

Fairmont Homes to introduce park model at Hershey Show

(Aug. 21, 2009) -- The Serenity is 8.5 feet wide, with 8-foot ceilings, and will be built up to 400 square feet. Residential features like full-size appliances, large closets and residential style furniture abound in the Serenity line along with desirable mobility features like power slide-outs, 12-olt wiring system and holding tanks. Read More »

Wind-powered vent increases circulation without expense

(Aug. 21, 2009) -- Maintenance-free, this wind-powered vent can run 24 hours a day in any climate. An inexpensive shrinkwrap accessory, it keeps working as long as there's wind, moving 30 cubic feet of air per hour with a 10 mph breeze, at no cost. Featuring efficient blades and anemometer cups, it can either deliver air or remove it, helping to eliminate moisture build-up and maximize air flow. Read More »

King Controls offers all-in-one satellite and off-air antenna for digital HDTV

(Aug. 20, 2009) -- The King-DomeAIR is designed to work better than traditional RV antennas and provides a wider reception angle and greatly improved UHF signal reception, which is where over 80 percent of the new digital off-air TV channels are now broadcast. Both the satellite and off-air antennas are completely self-contained inside a single, low-profile, weather proof dome no taller than a standard air conditioner. Read More »

Move over s’mores, Womp’Em sticks make campfires more fun

(Oct. 20, 2009) -- This multi-function Womp'Em Stick is a favorite from breakfast to dessert. Its solid oak cooking head is perfect for cooking Womp'Em biscuits (Pillsbury Grand’s biscuits) filled with your favorite ingredients such as, ice cream, fresh berries with whipped cream, pie filling, bacon and eggs, or even a hotdog. Use your imagination, the possibilities are endless.

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Take campfires anywhere, anytime with the Gas Can

(Oct. 16, 2009) -- From the backyard to the beach, tailgating, camping, RVing and beyond, The Gas Can and Campfire In A Can’s other environmentally friendly, easy-to-use and safe outdoor fire pits create a warm, welcoming experience anytime, anywhere. The Gas Can precision craftsmanship and three-spoke burner design produces a good old-fashioned, roaring fire. Certified to 64,000 BTUs, it is literally the hottest campfire on the market.

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Belgium company creates stylish folding camper

(Oct. 30, 2009) -- The Opera allows people to stay in the most beautiful places, but with the luxury of a wine cabinet, warm-air heating, espresso bar and an enclosed teak veranda. This nomadic, contemporary living tent offers the quality of a luxury yacht combined with the outdoor feeling of camping under canvas.

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An easy way to fly the colors

(Oct. 27, 2009) -- An angled holder allows users to insert the flag pole from the ground and simply lift it into position. The 10- and 24-foot lightweight fiberglass poles can accommodate flags, LED lights and flashing beacons, which make it easy for RVers to find their units at night in campgrounds or at rallies.

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