Many of the best RV gadgets make RVing better because they afford that extra measure of comfort, thus allowing you to make your RVing as pleasurable as possible.
Here’s how to make your RV extended-stay just that much easier:
1. Cell Phone Booster
Investing in a cell phone booster is one of the wisest decisions you can make. Depending on where you are, you will find that phone services are less than reliable, especially in more rural areas.
A cell phone booster for your RV actually works in boosting your 3G or 4G LTE signals. It captures the weak or spotty signal then amplifies it up to 32 times. It then rebroadcasts the increased signal within your RV. Nowadays, there are quite a few good cell phone booster options.
2. Heated Camping Chairs
Cooler nights might have wafted in some, but no need to hole up indoors. Just get yourself a heated chair, and sink into your toasty outdoor throne. You’ll be toasting marshmallows and sipping hot cocoa in no time.
Many heated seats are lightweight, collapsible and designed to withstand the elements, so that you can enjoy some heat in your seat. The Chaheati is a popular option.
3. Tiny Camping Heater (butane)
Next up is a tiny camping butane-fueled heater, like the Cupid. Being able to have items in your extended-stay RVing adventure that are simple to set up, lightweight, and easy to use and store is essential. Go ahead and enjoy your tiny camping heater outdoors as well as indoors.
4. Air Fryer
Two words: French Fries! An air fryer is a popular kitchen appliance used to make fried foods such as pastries, meat, chips and french fries. They come in compact sizes perfect for small spaces. Air-fried foods are also lower in fat than deep-fried foods, which may help reduce calorie intake and promote weight loss. But also boast a similar color and moisture content as deep-frying. No extended-stay RVing experience is complete without an air fryer.
5. Handheld Vacuum
Handheld vacuums are invaluable for cleaning small spaces, like RVs. They’ve come a long way since the birth of the Dust Buster, nearly 40 years ago. They come in both: corded and cordless. Black & Decker makes a great cordless handheld vacuum.