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Omni Chill Super High Efficiency A/C Brings the Chill

Until now it has been impossible to operate three RV air conditioners in “cooling” mode at the same time. With each air-conditioner requiring up to 20 amps of power, the electrical demand exceeded virtually all of the RV’s 50 amp capacity.  Enter the Fuzion Omni Chill Super High-Efficiency A/C system.

Says Fuzion product manager Jeremiah Dumka, “Omni Chill will completely change the way customers feel about RV air-conditioning.  Camping in the desert heat?  Florida in July?  Fuzion has you covered.  The all new Omni Chill ¾+ Ton A/C system delivers 50% more cooling power than any other towable RV on the market! This is accomplished by the advanced technology which enables all three air-conditioners to run at the same time, making the all new Fuzion toy haulers the ‘COOLEST’ units out there!“

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Simple as Pie. Understanding Your RVs Electrical Systems

Are you ready to head out on your next RV camping adventure? Before you go, it’s important to have a basic understanding of your RV’s electrical system. Many of the conveniences you find in your RV—everything from the lights, refrigerator and furnace to your slide out rooms—require electricity.  

Your RVs electrical system is a combination of 12-volt DC (direct current) and 120-volt AC (alternating current).

The 12-volt system is powered in three different ways—a battery, a converter, and your tow vehicle’s system.  The battery is actually the heart of your 12-volt system, storing the electrical energy from your converter or tow vehicle until you need it. 

The 120-volt system is powered by plugging the shoreline cord into an outside power source or running a generator, if equipped. Once connected you can operate the roof air conditioner, microwave and use 120-volt receptacles throughout the camper.  Even while you are plugged into shore power, your 12-volt systems continues to operate off your battery. However, when plugged into shore power, the converter in your electrical power center panel automatically charges your battery.

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In Less than 120 Seconds this Small Trailer Expands to Sleep 10

For many, this is the holy grail of RV design:  A camper that is small and light, yet spacious and loaded with comforts.  A camper that lives BIG and tows easy.  For our money, no RV comes closer to reaching this goal than the Passport and Bullet expandables.

First off, what is an expandable?  You might also see them referred to as “hybrid” trailers. Expandables or hybrids combine many of the benefits of a hard wall/hard top conventional travel trailer with the smaller size and lighter weight of a pop-up camper.

Topped by a solid, one piece roof with solid fiberglass walls, Keystone Passport and Bullet expandables are durable and provide protection against the elements.  Keystone adds extra sleeping capacity without increasing weight by incorporate easy to use, strategically placed fold-out walls in certain areas.

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My 11-Year Old Fell In Love with this Trailer at First Sight

When you camp with kids you’re always packing extra gear. Bicycles, kayaks, oversized coolers and other bulky stuff.  Not only that, it seems that the kids are going in and out of the camper non-stop to use the bathroom or grab something from the refrigerator.  Facts of camping life!  So when we saw this new affordable Cougar XLite at our local RV show, we knew it would be perfect for our busy family.

There's lots to love on this new Cougar.  Below are just a few of the features that grabbed our attention.  Watch this RV NEWSCHANNEL Insider Update video for a quick look.

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Open Sesame

Plenty of manufacturers are making toy haulers, but few are hitting the market with an open floorplan. The Impact by Fuzion 3118 is taking aim at that market.  One of the new Keystone RVs you will see at RV Shows is this "open concept" toy hauler travel trailer with a huge 18 1/2-foot garage.

Most toy haulers have the garage enclosed and walled off from the rest of the living quarters. This new Impact floorplan does not separate the garage from the kitchen and living area, making the maximum amount of space to squeeze in toys while in transit. “This is built for the demands of the avid ATV/4-wheeler/sand rail enthusiast,” says Jeremiah Dumka, product manager for Fuzion/Impact. “People out there are getting more sand rails and side-by-sides. Their toys are getting bigger. These guys go out,get all their toys in here, take them out to the desert or the mountains and unload. This is something that is built in Elkhart County to our very high standards. … It has the quality of East Coast production, but at a price point that’s going to be attractive to both East and West Coast outdoor enthusiasts.”

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