First Time Being Asked To Review An RV Product

A few weeks ago, I received an email asking me to write a review blog in exchange for trying a newly launched RV storage utility bag, made by HumanFriendly, based in California. What I asked myself is whether or not this would solve a current problem we have. I decided to go ahead and give it a try. Here’s what I decided…

The Problem…

Piles of hoses, cables and extension cords! To get to the 50′ 30a electrical cord, I first have to move my water hoses and extension cords. And heaven forbid I need to get to those heavy duty jumper cables on the bottom!

We received a 3 pack of the utility bags. The bottom half of the bag is made from a durable polyester fabric while the top is mesh with a drawstring. They measure 16X16X10. The inside is lined with a waterproof coating. They also come with a nicely sized rubber tag, color coded for easy identification.

Do they work for water hoses?

70′ of water hoses

Do they work for electrical cables?

One 50′ 30a cord, one 50′ heavy duty extension cord, one 50′ regular extension cord and one 30a adapter!

Do they work for sewer hoses?

One sewer hose with adapter

The Solution

The bottom line

The bags appear to be well designed and built. I think they should last for a long time. And I do think they solved our problem. I can also think of uses for them in a stick and brick house. RVers might be the only ones toting around a sewer hose, but almost every household has electrical cords and water hoses.

The Bonus!

I was told in the email that I could host a giveaway. If you would like to try a set of these bags, leave a note in the comment section and on November 2nd, I will pick one winner at random from the comments.

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