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Old 10-09-2019, 02:52 PM   #1
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We have a Truma water heater in our 5ver and it has performed perfectly. Instant hot water and as long as you have water, constant hot water. And it uses less propane than the tank heater did.


We are quite impressed with Truma's quality, and would love to be able to use their heater in our AF but they have not made it available as a retrofit product, only in OEM builds.



Now Lance is incorporating the Truma Combi (heater and water heater) into their truck campers:


https://tinyurl.com/yyqk3sg7
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We have a Truma water heater in our 5ver and it has performed perfectly. Instant hot water and as long as you have water, constant hot water. And it uses less propane than the tank heater did.

We are quite impressed with Truma's quality, and would love to be able to use their heater in our AF but they have not made it available as a retrofit product, only in OEM builds.

Now Lance is incorporating the Truma Combi (heater and water heater) into their truck campers:

https://tinyurl.com/yyqk3sg7
Never heard of a Truma HWH but have heard and researched the Arctic Fox. When all our traveling is over the Fox is on our short list to settle in for our last chapter.

How do you like your Fox BTW? Did it meet your expectations and worth the money?

Oh, and what does, "in our AF" mean?
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Old 10-11-2019, 08:19 PM   #3
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I noticed that Lance had been putting a tankless heater in their little Lance 650 camper. I just got a new Arctic Fox and one of my longer-term plans to to put in a tankless system as well. I'm slowly researching which one to get. Google has lots of info out there.

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