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Some stuff for my next RV tour


Hello Community!

I am planing to go on a big RVing Tour.  I want to start at my home town Venice and go further over thousand oaks, Ventura, Santa Clarita and Palmdale. 

From there I would go to Victorville and Cathedral City. And than back over Murrieta, Corona, Anaheim and back to Venice. 

Sorrily I haven't got all stuff for my delay washing. Especially I am looking for a good electric toothsbrush at the moment. 

Hopefully someone could suggest me the one or other here. 

 

whishes Katharina

 



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Hi Katharina!
Thats realy a nice trip you have planed. Would love to do same trips like you with my RV but I haven't got the time and money for the right now.
The best way I know to find a good electric toothbrush for your journeys would be to study product recommendations.

wishes to you Julia

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Hi Julia!
Thats bad if you can't go on such tours. They are realy fun, at least for me. I wish you that you find the time and money for them soon.
And thanks for your tip. I looked already for recommendations to find a suitable toothbrush for me. 

wishes Katharina 



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Don't charge an electric toothbrush on a modified sinewave inverter, which are the cheap and common kind, since the toothbrushes burn out in seconds. You need to charge them when hooked up to shore power, on generator, or using a pure sinewave inverter. I know a couple people who learned the hard way that electric toothbrushes want clean electric power.  To learn more about your RV electrical, here is Howard's article off the main RV-Dreams website - http://www.rv-dreams.com/rv-electrical.html.



-- Edited by bjoyce on Friday 6th of July 2018 09:23:23 AM

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I have been using a Oral-b Cross Action for several years now and they have been pretty trouble free. I think I'm on my second one in 6-8 years. The thing I like is that they are battery powered and don't need to be recharged. I find the battery lasts almost a year. As always YMMV.

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