USB Chargers

Are you tired of those cell phone and tablet chargers taking up all the electrical outlets in your RV? Check out one of the many new USB chargers that are designed for the auto and boat world. These charge ports are small, easy to install and some even come with...

Kill A Watt EZ

Have you ever had one of those moments where you think, “Now, why didn’t I think of that?” I sure did when I received a note from a member, Robert Boehm #90515, that said, “Check out this easy- to-use consumer power meter. It’s the Kill A Watt® EZ, part #P4460....

Goofy Products Cord Organizers

If you’re like me, you have a variety of cords in all shapes and sizes all over the RV. There are cords for phone and tablet chargers, laptop name a few. It’s like a spaghetti nightmare! But there is hope. I recently received a box of cord organizers from G. Scott and...

Compact AC Adapters

Every RVer should have a selection of electrical adapters onboard. This will allow you to hook up your RV to the various electrical outlets you’ll find as you move around the country to various locations. These adapters are commonly referred to as “dog bones,” and they are essentially a plug and a receptacle attached to a short...

Battery Maintainer

It seems like RVers always need to store a vehicle or two. It may be your motorhome going into seasonal or long-term storage, a car that won’t be driven while you are away from your home base or a motorcycle that’s no fun to ride in the winter. Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to...

Digital Battery Voltage Monitor

Last time, I showed you some neat but pricey electronic gadgets. This time, I’ll go frugal with a simple electronic gadget that most every RVer needs: a digital battery voltage monitor. Sure, a few top-of-the-line coaches come with good-quality, battery-voltage monitoring built in, but the average RVer is stuck with a few LEDs on the...