Shore power (or a generator) is required to run a microwave. Many of us do a lot of our camping off the grid so a microwave would be a useless waste of precious space. We heat food the old fashioned way with pots & pans on the stove. I’m also going to start experimenting with a small rice cooker when I have power. And many people like the Instapot.AnnM said:I have a 320S on order and I just realized there is no microwave. Can you please share ideas for how you handle heating up food?
And then there's this (I have a friend who had one).Luckyj said:Many of those items you are taliking about can be had in manual operated. Coffe grinder can be found manualy operated, blender as well, saw a post somewhere here or on the tagy your it facebook.
some items that you want to charge, could have 12 volts charger that works with your device.
coffe maker, then would be propane of your choise of electric. Or hot water and press type or cowboy style.
you have options if you do not want to go with a converter. I even ounce saw a blender that was modified to work with compresses air from a dremel type tool. Coudl work with a coffee grinder too. Lol
Another thing you can do is buy a drop hitch and reverse it so it steps up. I had to do that to get a 16" hitch height when fully loaded. Also load your vehicle with the heaviest stuff over your rear wheels instead of behind them.mammabear34 said:SO glad to hear all this ! I just brought my T@B home 2 days ago and I haven't put a hitch on my 2016 Kia Sorento V6 AWD yet. I will definitely keep this page and put on either the leaf springs or air bags ! Thank you everyone ! I'm so curious how it will feel towing it !
Thanks for posting this. I got a new latch today using this discount code.Bill said:Just confirmed this with RVLock. Nov. 24 from midnight to noon. Webcode: BLCKFRDAY17. They say they have lots of inventory. They do ship to Canada for an extra $20+.rcuomo said:FYI, I just got off the phone with RVLock. They are having a black Friday special on the V4, 40% off starting midnight. $240 dropped down to $144.