Bestselling RV Light Bulbs in 2020
Camco 54766 912 Auto/RV/Marine Replacement Interior Light Bulb - Box of 10
- 912 style light bulb
- 12.8V/12.8W/1 Amp
- Produces 12 candle power and will last 1000 hours
- Easily replace your Auto/RV/Marine interior light bulb
Camco 54788 Replacement 1141 Auto/RV Backup Light Bulb - Box of 10
- 1141 style light bulb
- 12.8V / 1.44W
- Box of 10
- Produces 21 candle power and will last 1000 hours
- Easily replace your auto/RV back up light bulb
HOTSYSTEM 12V 1156 7506 1003 1141 LED SMD 18 LED Bulbs Interior RV Camper White 10-pack
- High quality and super bright LED bulbs; Voltage: DC 12V
- Green and enviroment-friendly products, safe and reliable
- Functional and durable, Easy to use, low power consumption, Light angle and highlight
- Cross Reference: 1156 BA15S 1073 1095 1141 1156 1156A 1156NA 1195 12088 1295 1295NA 199 2396 3497 631 7506 93 97 97A 97NA
- Applications: Internal light, Tail lights, Turn signal light, Corner light, Parking light, Side marker and Backup lights
PESIC 20x T10 921 192 194 Wedge RV Trailer 42-SMD LED Cool White Car Backup Reverse Interior Light Bulbs
Camco 54762 Replacement 906 RV/Auto Interior Light Bulb - Box of 10
- 906 bulb style
- 13V / .69W
- Produces 6 candle power and will last approximately 1,000 hours
- Easily replace your auto/RV interior light bulb
- Box of 10
New generation 12-24v !Super Bright Low Power !5 x 650 Lumens 1156 1141 1003 3014 54smd Led Light bulb Use for Back Up Reverse Lights,Brake Lights,Tail Lights,Rv lights White
GRV T10 921 194 24-3528 SMD LED Bulb lamp Super Bright AC/DC 12V -28V Cool White Pack of 10
- Super Bright High Quality
- Durable in use Really Long Lifetime
- Super Energy-saving
- High quality, High brightness but low energy consumption
- 10x GRV T10 Wedge 24-3528 SMD LED bulbs Cool White AC/DC 11-28V
YITAMOTOR 10 X BA15D 5050 27SMD LED Marine Boat RV Xenon White Light 1004 1142 1076 1130 1176
CBconcept 10XG412V10W G4 JC Halogen Light Bulb,10-Watt,12-Volt, 10 Bulbs
- [10 Bulbs] 12V AC/DC G4 Bi-Pin Halogen Light Bulb. Light Bulb Base: G4 Bi Pin (4mm Spacing), PREMIUM quality cost 50% less than major brand name light bulbs.
- [VERSATILE APPLICATION]: Widely used in many home appliance. Accent lighting, Microwave, pendant light, Range, Wall mounts Sconces, cabinet puck lights, chandeliers, table lamps, floor lamps, and landscape lighting fixture, RV, yachts and boats.
- [Premium Quality and Standard size]: EXACT and Perfect replacement, all major brand name G4 halogen light bulbs.
- [Excellent Lighting Output and color rendering]: Focus and Precise Lighting output. OMMI-directional Lighting output. Warm White 2700k, CRI 100. Instant ON and dimmable. NO Mercury. Safe Eco Product.
Yorkim 194 LED Bulbs Xenon White 6000k Super Bright Newest 5th Generation, T10 LED Bulbs, 168 LED Bulb, LED Bulbs for Car Interior Dome Map Door Courtesy License Plate Lights W5W 2825, Pack of 10
10 Pack - 912 Miniature Light Bulb, RV Camper Trailer Motor Home 12 volt Push In
- 10 Pack - 912 Miniature Light Bulb
- 12 volt Push In
- Miniature Light Bulb, RV Camper Trailer Motor Home Use
AMAZENAR 30-Pack White Replacement Stock #: 194 T10 168 2825 W5W 175 158 Bulb 5050 5 SMD LED Light,12V Car Interior Lighting for Map Dome Lamp Courtesy Trunk License Plate Dashboard Parking Lights
oEdRo 20 X G4 5 SMD 5050 LED Pure White RV Marine Boat Camper Light Bulb Lamp DC 12V
- Cross Reference: G4 JC10W GY4 GU4
- Application:Perfect replacement for DC 12V Auto, Marine, RV and Military Vehicles. Also suitable for car, truck, boat ,RV, landscaping lights and even inside of home, applications such as cabinet and kitchen light
- Dimension: 11mm X28mm/0.43"inchX1.10"inch;Voltage: DC 12V Only
- 20 pieces of HID White G4 Base 5050 5-SMD Disc Shape Side Pin LED
- US Based Company, Specialized in LED Lights. You are buying directly from the MANUFACTUER! 100% Satisfaction Guranteed!Free shipping Via USPS First Class Package. For 48 continental states, you will get them in 3-5 working days.
Top Ten Gifts for Beginning RV'ers
More than 30 million Americans live the RV lifestyle. Many more want to take the plunge- here are the top ten gifts to get them started.
Help your friends and family celebrate their new RV, trailer or camper with a party. Give them gifts that will help them on the road, maintain or repair their rig.
The gifts could be gag gifts to serious offerings, such as mechanic's tools. If your friends or family will be living in the rig due to losing their home, be sensitive.
Here are the top ten gifts for beginning RV'ers and where to find them. Prices may vary depending on where they are purchased.
1. RV Books
A good example of a beginning RV book is "RV Repair and Maintenance Manual: Updated and Expanded," by Bob Livingston. This book is great for beginners and experienced RV'ers alike. Every system- electrical, A/C, plumbing, etc. is addressed in a straightforward manner.
Find this book in bookstores or online at sites such as Amazon. Check out the RV bookstore for books on every conceivable RV subject, including atlases and guides to Wal Marts that allow free overnight stays.
2. 12 Volt Kitchen Appliances
From 12-volt skillets, crock-pots, coffee pots and more, use less electricity with these items. Many of today's trailers and RV's have two electrical systems- 120 volt AC and 12 volt. The 12 Volt works directly off the battery. If the person is "boondocking," or camping without any electrical hookups, the battery may be the only source of electricity. Being able to use these products at an RV park for long-termers also reduces the electric bill.
Find these online at 12-volt sites, long-haul trucker supply sites, Amazon and more.
3. Memberships to RV clubs
This gift keeps giving all year. We purchased a membership for my Grandfather and Great Uncle to the Good Sams Club. They lived in their home-built truck camper. Throughout the year, they enjoyed savings on RV parks, campgrounds and much more. They also received the magazine, help planning their trips and more.
These days, the club offers far more for the membership fees such as roadside assistance, insurance, loans and more. It's definitely worth looking into. Visit the Good Sam RV Club website for more information. Also, check out the KOA RV club, and the many RV groups today who enjoy things in common, such as being Veterans, Women, Men, and more.
4. If DVD's instead of books are the recipient's cup of tea-
Give DVD's from RV Education 101. There are DVD's on every subject for travel trailers and RV's. The information is basic and easy to understand. The ability to take them with you using a minimum of space is invaluable. In addition, the prices are affordable.
5. List of Websites, blogs and e-books
Sometimes we don't have the money to give gifts right away. Research can become a welcome gift for those who don't have time to do it themselves. If your new RV'er will take the computer with them, make a list of RV websites they can visit on their travels. State parks, RV parks, membership websites they might want to visit, blogs, sites featuring their brand of RV, and more.
6. Vacuum bags or compression bags
Available in stores and online from many different manufacturers, these are wonderful space savers. Remember the scene from "The Long, Long Trailer," where Micky doesn't have anywhere to put his clothes because the limited closets are already stuffed? A set of vacuum bags takes the air out of blankets, pillows, clothes and more, allowing a lot to be stored in a small space. Storage units don't have to be stacked high with bulky bags. The vacuum and compression bags are often clear, so the user can see what they have stored. These are available in big box stores and online.
7. Stackable cookware and dishes
If new cookware or dishes are needed, check out the many types of stackable cookware on the camping market. Maximize the use of cabinet space in the RV with these wonderful innovations. Stackable dishes and cups also work to pack a lot into a small space. Find these at sports stores, big box stores and online.
8. Portable propane grill
Sometimes a person can prepare and prepare for a trip, only to arrive at the campground or RV park after propane suppliers close. Don't fret about having nothing to cook with. Break out the propane grill and cook dinner for the crew. These come in different sizes, and most use standard 1lb propane bottles. Available from multiple manufacturers in a wide variety of sizes and prices, they can be purchased from sporting goods stores, big box stores and online.
9. Solar Battery charger with cell phone charging ability
Using rechargeable batteries for all those auxiliary electronics makes sense. In a boondocking situation, however, limited battery power doesn't always mean you can just recharge every few hours. On the road, few places will allow travelers to simply plug in a cell phone or other electronic device for recharging. A solar-powered battery charger is a wonderful gift. There are solar-powered chargers for USB devices as well. A set would make the perfect gift for anyone taking weekend trips, boondocking or full-timing. You never know when the RV park will lose power in a storm.
10. Stationery kit
As kids, we made stationery kits for my Grandfather and Great Uncle. We took out markers and crayons, got a box of inexpensive envelopes and decorated them. We bought and affixed stamps to all the envelopes so they wouldn't have to try to remember buying them on the road. A couple of inexpensive notepads and a box of pens later, we decorated a shoebox with colored shelf-paper and put everything inside. We even placed small boxes to hold camera film and included processing envelopes.
Join the kids and make a stationery kit today. Include those things you know they'll need- an inexpensive digital camera with instructions big enough to read and extra memory cards, or a couple of disposable cameras with processing coupons, notebooks, pens, pencils, stamps, etc. When your RV'ers return, they will be more than happy to share their memories. The kids will be thrilled to receive letters in their personalized envelopes. Leave the address spaces blank so letters can be sent to everyone.
It's not hard to find something for the beginning RV'er. Just take your time. If gag gifts are warranted, such as a sign to hang on the back saying "First Time Driving With a Trailer- You Might Not Want to Tailgate" '" or something to that effect, then go for it. Hey, wait a minute. That sign could work for me. Be interesting to see who gets too close.
Source: The author of this article has over 40 years of experience in diverse forms of DIY, home improvement and repair, crafting, designing, and building furniture, outdoor projects and more.