(Aug. 16, 2013) — Fabricated UHMW thermoplastic construction with safety texturing prevents expensive damage to recreational vehicles and trailers by taking the load emitted from support jacks or outrigger feet, and dispersing it over a large unbreakable surface area.
(Aug. 13, 2013) — StrapTek allows users to safely and easily adjust weight distribution spring bars on travel trailer RVs and cargo trailers with a standard socket wrench. “StrapTek is a safe alternative that also provides superior sway control,” added Gramlin.
(Aug. 12, 2013) — The Spree Connect floorplans range from 22 to 35 feet in length and weigh 4,000 to 7,000 pounds. Its starting manufactured suggested retail price is around $22,900. These aerodynamic lightweight travel trailer units are equipped with many standard features that other RV manufacturers offer only as options, said Boggs.
(Aug. 13, 2013) — I really like the functionality of the Magellan Roadmate RV. The versatility is impressive, the directions are easy to follow and the one-touch feature is very convenient. With the exception of the lack of a database of independent RV dealers, the device is more than sufficient to find just about any service, restaurant or tourist attraction an RV traveler would need along a journey.
(Aug. 12, 2013) — In addition to more options for the MN312S navigation mirror, the newly designed mounts also fit the just-released MV431S and MV431T mirrors, which feature a 4.3-inch color monitor for a rear-view camera.
(Aug. 9, 2013) — Now 40 percent brighter than previous models, the FriLight Classic 8400 12-volt LED Light from SalVinCo features a rocker switch. Each light includes an energy efficient 15 SMD G4 LED bulb, which is equivalent to a 12-15 watt halogen bulb.
(Aug. 7, 2013) — In addition to a Murphy bed, which includes a Comfort By Design sofa, this toy hauler has the following standard items: enclosed underbelly, three-burner stove-top, oven, microwave, large U-shaped dinette and 9-foot, 11-inch separate garage area.
(Aug. 7, 2013) — “The brushed loop knit backing of Lunar gives the product an extraordinary softness that will impress even industry veterans,” said Post. “Automotive, marine and RV really haven’t seen a UV product that is this soft and with a rating of QUV 500 hours.”
(Aug. 6, 2013) — The all-new FlameStower allows hikers and backpackers who are far from a wall outlet the ability to convert energy from an open flame into usable electricity to charge electronic devices, says Everything USB.
(Aug. 6, 2013) — The polyethylene aluminum insulation is used to radiate a person’s body heat back toward him. This keeps users comfortable and warm without using any batteries or heat packs. A study conducted using a Toasty Tush outside in 0 degree Celsius (32 F) resulted in an increase in temperature of 11 degrees (52 F) after only two minutes.
(Aug. 6, 2013) — “The uniqueness of the new GloLight lamps puts them in a class of their own, and one that will drive foot traffic, retail sales and higher margins,” said Johnson. “This product will have a positive merchandising impact on a broad array of retail trailer lighting planogram strategies.”
(Aug. 2, 2013) — Magellan has announced its new seven-inch RV GPS, the Magellan RoadMate RV9365T-LMB navigator. The model provides Magellan’s leading safety, convenience and trip-planning features as well as additional RV-friendly functions for drivers of RVs and towing vehicles.
(Aug. 2, 2013) — Adventurer has introduced its new double slide truck camper with theater seating dual wall hugging recliners, a California King bed master bedroom suite, a rear galley, and dinette slide-outs.
(July 30, 2013) — Suburban conventional burner cooking appliances now feature sophisticated residential style burners, further enhancing the pleasing design of its stylish black cap conventional burner ranges and slide-in cooktops, according to a company press release.
(July 29, 2013) — Anyone who has ever tried to hitch a tow vehicle to a travel trailer or tried backing a trailer into a narrow camping space using only rear-view mirrors knows that it can be a frustrating endeavor. To combat this problem, AmeriCam has designed a dual camera system that makes reversing a travel trailer simple.
(July 23, 2013) — “The addition of the Lavender Breeze fragrance with the bright purple colored bag and lavender colored drop-ins offers the same great formula in the original Porta-Pak with a ‘new’ exciting look and smell,” said Vice.
(July 22, 2013) — A powerful, fuse-protected 12-volt DC ball-bearing motor with built-in thermal protection operates a 12-inch, 10-blade fan to circulate more than 900 cubic feet of air per minute. An easy-to-clean ceiling keypad lets users choose any one of 10 fan speeds, as well as control thermostat, air intake and exhaust functions.
(July 19, 2013) — Difficult-to-remove cords can make RV life frustrating, particularly for those who suffer from arthritis or other hand weakness. Ergo Grip adapter and extension cords from Conntek give users greater leverage, making cord handling a breeze.
(July 18, 2013) — Blue Ox has developed a variety of double lugs which replace the standard triple lug on new or existing tow bars. With this change the tow bar is now capable of being connected to most aftermarket bumpers without any modifications.
(July 17, 2013) — In addition to basement storage up front, the innovative frame on the new Amped toy hauler is set above the axles eliminating cumbersome wheel wells inside the payload area. This allows increased, wall-to-wall loading space for ATVs, side-by-sides and motorcycles without awkward wheel wells.