Friday, October 12, 2007

RVers Like Light Weight Grills

Hikers, bikers and RVers will enjoy this light weight go anywhere grill. It's small (only 12 inches tall and one inch in diameter) so it will easily fit in your backpack or picnic basket. All the pieces (except the bowl) fit into the cylinder with a screw on cap. Here is a view of the pieces somewhat extended to give you an idea of how the grill fits neatly into one package. It's made out of high quality stainless steel and weighs only 1.24 pounds. Used as a stand alone grill or in conjunction with the retractable Fire Bowl this is the most compact grill I've ever seen. You can order this grill at Target online for $29.99 and the Fire Bowl for $12.99 and it's also available at You can get more information at Grilliput. If you want to see how it all comes together, watch the video below as the Professor gives you a demo.

Product Review by Jim Twamley, Professor of RVing

Thursday, October 11, 2007

RVers Put Your Brights On With This Personal Headlamp

RVers are familiar with Rayovac because they’ve been making our flashlights and batteries for a long time. This new product available at COSTCO for $19.99 claims to be 50 times brighter than other LED lights. It has an adjustable control/battery pack that you clip on. It also has an emergency flashing red strobe. Backpackers don’t leave home without these. I like them because when I take my dog out at night, I have my hands free to pick-up after him. These are also great for changing a tire, working in you external storage areas or anywhere you need extra light. Helping you have a bright RV camping experience - Jim Twamley, Professor of RVing