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Old 08-03-2015, 08:25 AM   #1
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ReVo Leveler Review

After learning of a new product called the ReVo leveler from an iRV2 article on their front page (ReVo RV Leveler Makes Campsite Setup Easy for Trailers, Fifth Wheels | iRV2 Forum) I went out and purchased one.

I have a travel trailer and two little kids. That means no auto leveling system and my wife has to keep the kids entertained while I set up camp. One of the most "frustrating" parts of the experience is trying to level. I recently picked up some Andersen Levelers which helped a LOT, but still required me getting out of the truck, running around and looking at my levels, and seeing where I was. On my new trailer (Keystone Bullet Premier) I can't put a level on the front like my old one because of the nose cap.

Needless to say, it's a pain to keep getting out to try and dial it in. Front-to-back was nearly the same except having to hop out of the truck.

Enter the ReVo Leveler. After a recent trip over a long weekend, leveling and unhitching is now one of the quicker parts of my setup. It's as easy as:
  • Get out of the truck to put the Andersen Levelers under the wheels and attach (and turn on) the ReVo leveler.
  • Back up until the arrows turn green.
  • Done.

Once unhitched, leveling front-to-back is no different. Press a button and just go up or down until the light turns green.

For someone who does this solo, the ReVo Leveler + Andersen Levelers has turned a more frustrating task into a very simple thing.
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