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Old 09-04-2011, 08:59 PM   #1
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I thought Id post some products others might be interested in looking at. Most of this comes from FMC magazine. I've never seen or tested any of these products

For those who frequent shore power this stove looks like it would store well.
Portable AC induction cook top The site also carries 12vDC stuff like small heaters, blankets, fans, and other oddities. I noticed their butane stove was 120 bucks, so I'm not sure about the prices.

Small portable solar panels

camp dishcloth

Folding storage containers

Folding mountain bike

I-pod portable speakers

Hand held video recorder

Sand mat

Wireless battery powered LED lightstrip

Wifi extender

Heated chair pads and hammock [edit] site is gone, maybe somebody burned up in the thing

HD bike hauler

Dog first aid kit

Jensen 12vDC LCD TV's and wireless back up monitors

Heavy duty storage compartment latches available from RB manufacturing (RV division) of Palmdale Ca (661) 274-1966. Made with aluminum plungers.

Professional weather stripping seals

Heavy duty storage compartment slide out trays
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Old 09-24-2011, 10:51 AM   #2
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Daveb - thanks for posting this stuff- I just ordered the hot shower and the ipod player- You rock!
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Old 09-26-2011, 02:52 PM   #3
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"the only Heated hammock!"
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Old 09-16-2012, 10:00 PM   #4
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A little extra junk that some might find useful. Im sure there are cheaper alternatives but hey some may be interested.
Again, no affiliation or practical use of any of these products unless otherwise noted.

Small air heater I wonder how good this heater would work, but it does have a low amp draw and works similar to an Espar.

Go Pro remote I have this and would recommend it. They plan to be able to blue tooth the video real time to an I-Phone soon.

Folding keyboard

Cooling cloths

Multi purpose cleaner

Mini scanner If you need such a thing

Rescue tool A few workers in my industry rolled their vehicle into a river. Something like this might have saved them.

LED battery operated Strip and
LED puck lights

Eco friendly Repellant for various insects

Bottle saver can be used for keeping liquids safe from breaking or contaminating the van

Hope the links are correct.
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Thanks for all of the links to the cool stuff...

I like the looks of the GoPro remote thing although just like my video camera I really dont use it much...
Those drawer slides look really cool there surely must be something I can make with those...


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Ah, but can you put your video camera on the front bumper and crash through brush while it's raining and snowing outside
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Ah, but can you put your video camera on the front bumper and crash through brush while it's raining and snowing outside
Why didn't I think of that?
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