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10 Uber Cool Products for the RV

| Updated Nov 16, 2014

It’s cold here in Kansas City. So I’m inside the house, decluttering drawers and closets, working on overdue projects, catching up on TV shows and surfing the web.

nesting knives by TableDirect
Grillo Portable BBQ by formAxiom
Slice and Sharpen cutting board $13
Big Blue pot strainer $10 from Fred and Friends
Formadables by Quirky
Piamo espresso maker
Lento smoke alarm by Jalo Helsinki
Pet Camper by Straight Line Designs

Recently, I came across a great site called Dornob and do they have some neat-o designs!!!!  Some of these are probably useful for the trendy RVer, and while most of these cool products are space savers – some are just plain groovy.

First is the cutting board with the built in knife sharpener.

While I have a collapsing strainer, this $9.99 Big Blue Pot from Fred and Friends takes up even less space.

I love this whole kit and caboodle of kitchen items that fold completely, including the cheese grater.
And how about the totally flat outdoor charcoal grill? Of course, you need the charcoal which takes up space, but wow, this would be a conversation piece.
There has been a lot of discussion about coffee- here is a tiny espresso solution!
This slick, nesting knife set is on my list- very mod.
I love this fun stuff like the smoke detector that looks like a fly;  I have already ordered 2, one for the van and one for my main home.
And for those traveling with small kids, how about this very fun tent/swing/ trampoline? I wish I had one as a young lass.

Best is a see through kayak that folds small enough to fit in a back pack! see-through-kayak-design
Lastly, how about this ultra cute dog house which takes up space, but who cares?

Enjoy your journey!

Mike Wendland

Published on 2014-11-16

Mike Wendland is a multiple Emmy-award-winning Journalist, Podcaster, YouTuber, and Blogger, who has traveled with his wife, Jennifer, all over North America in an RV, sharing adventures and reviewing RV, Camping, Outdoor, Travel and Tech Gear for the past 12 years. They are leading industry experts in RV living and have written 18 travel books.

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