11 Must Have RV Accessories for 2021
The summer months will come around soon enough and there is every chance you're going to want to book an outdoor recreation trip, complete with a fire pit, camping and exploring nature. With the pandemic right now, you might be worried about how the COVID-19 pandemic will affect your outdoor adventures. Have no fear (well, maybe less fear), you're far more likely to be able to get out safely in the RV than fly to a new country or even across the country! Making the most of your time in nature is what matters and doing it safely matters more.
So, while we're talking about outdoor recreation trips, let's dive into 11 must-have RV accessories that you won’t want to be caught without. Outdoor survival gear? You'll need that, and more, and we’ve got everything you’ll want and need in your RV below.
Heavy Duty RV Circuit Analyzer
What is this, you may be asking yourself? Well, this is a must for anyone going on a long journey who wants to make sure that their hook-up process is safe and complication-free. This will be your backup on the long journey, protecting you against any spikes in voltage or electrical surges. The diagnostic lights will give you an idea of whether your RV is running without a hitch or not. This analyzer is easy to plug or unplug with an attractive weather resistance feature. Whenever or wherever you need it, it won't be affected by wet weather!
Pop-Up Trash Can
Sure, you've got your sewer hose sorted, but you need to clean up after yourself while you are on a campsite. No one wants to deal with your waste and you also want to save space. A pop-up trash can is going to collapse and expand easily, ready to go whenever you are. There are grommets around the edge of a pop-up trash allowing you to safely stake it down and keep it still while you are out of the RV and in the wind! You can even use the zipper to close it off in case you have to carry it out to a dumpster.
HD Lithium Jump Starter
If you are looking for a must-have for your outdoor recreation trip, be prepared to get the HD Lithium Jump Starter. Picture yourself on the road, in the middle of a wilderness area, and breaking down without one of these Jump Starters - no, don't imagine it, you need one and you won't forget yours! You need to be able to get your RV up and running when you need it and the Jump Starter will do this for you. You can even jump a dead battery in a matter of seconds with the HD Lithium Jump Starter. The casing here is durable and will survive being dropped or smashed, and it has spark-proof connectors as an added safety measure. You want a good few hours of continuous run time, and you can get that with your Jump Starter.
Drinking Water Lead Hose
You need to have access to clean water no matter where you are on your travels and with this hose, you can do exactly that. The hose is lead and BPA-free and it won't leave you tasting plastic. Find one with a UV-stabilizer, too, so it won't get too hot when you're outside. It will enable you safe access to drinking water!
Bluetooth Vehicle Leveling System
You want an easy to install and straightforward tool to use for your vehicle leveling and it's a gadget that will be popular everywhere in the next few years. This is a leveling solution that is Bluetooth enabled, so you can install it for your RV quickly and with relative ease. It's compatible with almost all Apple and Android, and it works with both phone and tablet. Improvements and updates are easy as it's linked to an app, you'll get a notification when updates are occurring or need to occur. You can bring your RV into the future!
Your wheel stabilizer will stop you from slipping and sliding once you've parked the RV. This is a nifty device that will prevent you from rolling away, or any tire shift really. It features a rush inhibitive coating to ensure that you are free of corrosion or rust for a good while.
RV Sewer Hose Kit
Planning a long trip? Waste removal is likely a constant consideration then! You need to be able to solve the issues of waste when you are camped at a campsite (or outside of one) in your RV, and that's why you need this sewer hose kit. It's an essential and will prevent some pretty unpleasant leakage!
You're planning a trip which is like any other roadtrip. So, you need an emergency kit complete with: torches, First Aid kits, blankets, water and cereal bars. Outdoor survival kits also usually include flare guns, hi-vis clothing or vests and more to ensure that you are easy to find. Add a tire repair kit, too.
Outdoor Extension Cords for RV
You need to make sure that you have a power cord available when you are camping outdoors. You'll need an extended cord, around 25 feet long, so that you can reach outlets and sources a little further away from the RV. The outdoor extension cords are thicker than the indoor kind and you can bend it as you need to charge the essentials and not-so-essentials!
Portable RV Grill
Okay, so it's not a safety feature and it won't keep the RV going, but a portable RV grill will keep you eating well while you're camping. There are those with 180 square inches of cooking space, and with the electric spark starter, you will get at least 20,000 starts. It's something easy to set up and allows you to cook while you're outdoors. It even comes with a safety shut-off valve.
You're on the road and you need to keep your battery charging. With a battery charger, you can ensure that your RV is powered no matter what. You can keep your RV charged and maintained for your trip and longer, automatically monitoring your battery without having to worry too much about it. There is even a repair mode to reverse damage if your battery hasn't been charged for a while.
What accessories are a must have for you?
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