Lensun solar asked me to review their 100 watt flexible solar panel. While I don't do many product reviews, I agreed because these Lensun panels had a couple of unique features that I wanted to check out first hand. In this video I'll cover the highlights of these flexible solar panels and walk all over them in the process.
I show you how I installed two new 100 watt flexible solar panels on the roof of my RV in order to generate more amps for battery charging. I like flexible solar panels because they allow your roof to remain accessible. They can also increase the stealth factor by remaining undetectable from ground level.
Here is how I mounted a remote solar remote control panel inside my RV. Sometimes poking holes and drilling just cannot be avoided. My advice is to take some time to really plan and think it through. Watch me get it done in this video.
Getting a chip in your windshield while on an RV trip can be a real hassle. This video will show you how to do these minor repairs yourself for very little cost. You'll want to run out and get one of these kits to keep on hand. I've been doing these minor repairs for years.
Your first RV experience should be fun, safe, and enjoyable. To make sure this happens, here are a few things you should do to get acquainted with your new RV before you hit the road for the first time.
How does the weBoost RV-4G cell phone booster compare to the weBoost Drive 4G-X? In this video I take a look at the features, ease-of-use, and of course signal strength of these two units. My conclusions may surprise you.
We enjoy remote camping and exploring the back roads but also have the need to stay connected. For this reason, we installed a mobile signal booster in our RV. We decided to go with the weBoost Drive 4G-X mobile booster primarily because it claims to be the most effective in remote areas.
In many Class C or Class A motorhomes that have the engine in the front of the RV, the floor tends to get hot. During long drives and becomes very uncomfortable for the passenger and often the driver. Here is how I fixed the hot floor problem in our Class C motorhome.
How you connect your solar panels on your RV depends on many things. A common question is whether to connect them in a series or parrallel configuration. In this article I'll share some pros and cons of each setup and demonstrate on my solar panels what happens when you connect them both ways.