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Old 05-27-2003, 12:22 AM   #29
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JC Whitney

The JC Whitney catalog has a page of 12V gadgets. I like the hair dryer, and the blender (for margaritas:) ), but the blender is $60, too much for me.
I put a 12V port in the trailer, right next to the battery, but have only used it for the cell phone charger so far.
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Old 05-27-2003, 07:02 AM   #30
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12V Fans

Since I don't have a Fantasic Fan, I bought a small 12v oscillating fan and I just love it. It's a little noisier than my regular electric one, but it does move the air. I think it was around $10 (they seem to run $10 - $20US)

I can even place it in front of the kitchen window blowing out and it will draw air in from a couple of small openings in the other windows. It not a Fantasic Vent Fan, but it sure works in a pinch.
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Old 05-27-2003, 11:15 PM   #31
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Dometic 3-Way Power Fridge

Wow I really like this idea.
We have a Campingworld store not too far from San Diego. I will give them a call tomorrow for pricing.

Anyone else have any experience with the Dometic 3-Way Power Fridge?

It looks like a winner

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Old 06-03-2003, 07:35 PM   #32
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DVD

I updated my earlier post because they reduced the price to $99.95.

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Old 06-04-2003, 08:46 AM   #33
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Update

I hate to report this, but field tests on my Popper are poopy. Took it back. Don't know if it's all of them or the one I had.

<img src=http://www.fiberglassrv.com/board/uploads/3e6e8fa91d3f8thumbdn.GIF/>Thumbs down on the poopy pot and popper!
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Old 06-14-2003, 01:54 PM   #34
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Impact Wrench

I believe Jana first mentioned the 12 volt impact wrench then Paul put in a good word for them I have chuckeld to myselfe over those for some time now With a ":YA RITE' under my breath. but on you guy's testamonial[ Ishouldn't try to spell words like that] I bought one over the Harbor freight on line and geuss what you guys were right at works supprizingly well even on truck lug nuts. THANKS for the line. It probaly woulden't stand up for a lot of use but for on the road use it is great every thing even fits back in the case without being a rocket scientest!!!
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another gadget

Howdy,

Happy to add my 12v coffee grinder. Don't know if they already make them but I took my broken 110v grinder and put a model airplane electric motor in it, fitted the blade and voila.

Had crashed airplane so I had the motor. Great to take two scraps and make one highly usable item
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* * * * * * I believe Jana first mentioned the 12 volt impact wrench then Paul put in a good word for them I have chuckeld to myselfe over those for some time now With a ":YA RITE' under my breath. but on you guy's testamonial[ Ishouldn't try to spell words like that] I bought one over the Harbor freight on line and geuss what you guys were right at works supprizingly well even on truck lug nuts. THANKS for the line. It probaly woulden't stand up for a lot of use but for on the road use it is great every thing even fits back in the case without being a rocket scientest!!!
Glad you liked it Lyndon. My Tom did break one using it facing upward on a brush hog. I'm not sure it would have broken had he been using it like for a tire change. But then my Tom also just kept punching and punching thinking that bolt would loosen. not till we bought a heavy duty model. Most people would have stopped after the first 15 minutes. :wak Not my Tom. persistence is his middle name.
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