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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.

ASA introduces omni-directional TV antenna

(Dec. 18, 2009) -- The ANHD20 only stands 10-inches high and has a true 360 degrees, omni-directional design that does not demand any aiming, cranking, or adjusting. It also offers an ultra wide-band terrestrial reception (including local stations) for an all-media-in-one installation and requires only a single coax connection for both radio and TV use.

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Duracell introduces power solutions for the RV industry

(Dec. 16, 2009) -- With more electronic devices in these vehicles creating a greater drain on batteries, today's consumer demands power solutions that keep them and their vehicles operating at the highest level. Duracell answers the call with Duracell AGM with Extreme Power, Duracell EHP Advanced Generation, and Duracell Marine & RV batteries.

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FlameDisk offers charcoal substitute

(Dec. 15, 2009) -- This convenient grilling option, which employs solid ethanol as its fuel source, lights instantaneously with the touch of a match and is ready to cook on in less than one minute, eliminating the time needed to arrange and light coals. From ignition to cooking, the FlameDisk saves roughly a half hour of wait time while giving eco-conscious cooks a green grilling alternative.

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Kwik-Cover introduces vinyl fitted table covers

(Dec. 15, 2009) -- With Kwik-Covers, there’s no longer a need for time consuming rolls of plastic which require the use of scissors, staples, tape or tacks. It’s literally “a snap” to cover tables with the Kwik-Cover. This easy-to-use “plastic-with-elastic” specialty cover stays tight on the table even in the wind.

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Idaho company introduces vice that plugs into trailer hitches

(Dec. 15, 2009) -- Engineered to mount in a trailer hitch receiver, the Trail D-Vise weighs only 17 pounds yet has all the features of a full-size vise, including high-grip Slip-Not jaws, a triple pipe jaw and a convenient anvil. The Trail D-Vise can be positioned in 90-degree increments for horizontal or vertical operation.

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Dometic upgrade adjusts awnings to perfect pitch

(Dec. 8, 2009) -- The WeatherPro features intelligent engineering, such as a patented solid-state wind sensor that automatically draws in the awning in sustained winds, an exclusive knee-action design that prevents damage from sudden wind gusts, and a patented rain shed design that automatically dumps accumulated rain.

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Roadtrek introduces SS-Ideal on short Sprinter van

(Dec. 7, 2009) -- Inside is the industry’s first and only slide room out the rear doors of a Class B (patent pending). With the slide room retracted behind the rear doors, RVers will enjoy the convenience of maneuvering a vehicle less than 20 feet long when parking and driving. Open the rear doors to extend the slide room for an extra 3 feet of living space when they reach your final destination for the day.

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Freightliner’s MC-L chassis offers greater fuel economy

(Dec. 2, 2009) -- Powered by a Cummins ISB 6.7-liter electronic diesel engine with up to 200 horsepower and 520 foot pounds of torque with an Allison automatic six-speed transmission, the MC-L offers outstanding power and performance. An up to 50-degree wheel cut allows for superior maneuverability, assisting RV owners as they traverse through urban settings and tight spaces.

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Dometic unveils top-of-the-line RV doors, windows and hatches

(Dec. 2, 2009) -- The line of windows features intelligent design and are built for endurance. An industry first, the double-glazed acrylic glass panes offer a high-level of insulation to ensure that hot and cold do not transfer. Dometic’s lightweight windows are a major contributor in helping to reduce a vehicle’s towing weight, which allows for tow vehicles that provide better fuel economy.

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Jayco launches lite weight, energy-efficient 2011 Skylark

(Dec. 2, 2009) -- Designed to be towed by more than 75 percent of today's cars, SUVs and light trucks, the 22-foot Skylark weights only 2,950 pounds. In addition, the 2011 Skylark boasts other features aimed at improving towability, including a V-nose front profile and moving the air conditioner from the roofline to the floorline.

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