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Enter to Win $300 of LED Lights in the New RVgeeks Giveaway!

Enter to Win $300 of LED Lights in the New RVgeeks Giveaway!

Converting our RV lights from incandescent, fluorescent and halogen to cool, energy-efficient LEDs was the most satisfying mod we’ve done in nearly 13 years on the road. So we’re pleased to be offering $300 worth of LEDs as the prize in our latest RVgeeks Giveaway!

On Sunday, February 14, 2016 one lucky viewer will win a $300 Online Shopping Certificate to our favorite LED supplier, M4 Products. A big Thanks! to Steve, the owner of M4, for providing this great prize and the special discount too!

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If you’ve seen our previous videos in this series, you know what big fans of M4 Products we are. As a fellow RVer (as well as an engineer), Steve is incredibly knowledgeable about LED applications for RVs, and the quality of his products is obvious. We’ve looked at, and tried, our fair share of LED bulbs, and M4’s are the best quality and value we’ve found. Learn more (and don’t forget your RVGEEKS5 discount code to save on your entire order) here:

M4Products.com

Thanks to our good friends Jason & Nikki Wynn for the cameo appearance in the video. Follow their adventures here:

GoneWithTheWynns.com

Be sure to enter the contest, and good luck!


Visit www.M4products.com and enter the Discount Code “RVGEEKS5”
at checkout to receive a 5% discount on your entire order!


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On Sunday, February 14th, 2016 at 5:00PM Pacific Time, one lucky RVgeeks viewer will win a $300 M4 LED Products Online Shopping Certificate! Use the form below to enter for your chance to win the same awesome LED lights that we use in our own RV.

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Saturday 28th of November 2020

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Tom & Bonnie Griffin

Friday 3rd of March 2017

Flying up to New Hampshire next week to pick up our new motorhome and then driving back here to Texas. Love your videos and How To's they've been a big help, thanks! However, in this video, what really peaked my interest was that nifty looking round cheese cutter thingy? What is that?

Thanks again

TheRVgeeks

Friday 3rd of March 2017

Congratulations Tom & Bonnie on your upcoming RV purchase! Very excited for you. :)

We LOVE that you spotted our favorite cheese accessory! Well, it's actually as much "conversation piece" as a way to serve cheese. The evening we shot this video was the first time we showed it to our friends Nikki & Jason, and they loved it, too. It was actually a gift to us, but we liked it to much, we've also given one as a gift.

It's made by Beekman 1820 (in upstate NY as I recall). It's called the "Ghoast Maker" and sold as stand-alone item, or as a bundle with Beekman's fantastic Ghoast cheese. It's a little pricey, but a nice splurge and a great gift. We actually just checked their website, and it's currently out of stock: http://shop.beekman1802.com/search?q=ghoast

But we found the same exact thing (a little cheaper even) here: http://amzn.to/2m4c6um

It seems to work with any round cheese, and the type we were serving to Nikki & Jason that night was actually one of our favorites: P'tit Basque, which we buy at Costco. It's also available online: http://amzn.to/2mOGNlw

Enjoy!

Glenn Bowers

Monday 2nd of May 2016

Thanks a bunch. At 61, I'm a slow learner, and need plenty of help. You guys have helped in ways you can't possibly realize! Keep up the good work.

TheRVgeeks

Monday 2nd of May 2016

Thanks Glenn, So great to hear. Based on your question, we just talked to Steve, and we're going to finally go ahead with our basement bulbs! Ours are really easy ones to do... just plug & play. So that you don't have to wait for the video (of course there will be one!), here are the type we'll probably be going with: http://www.m4products.com/1156-30-2835-cw-1141-cool-white-economy-2835-smd-light-bulb-with-round-base/

They're single-contact push & turn bulbs, which means they install in half a second with no tools. If you buy anything from M4, don't forget that the "rvgeeks" discount code saves 5%!

Glenn Bowers

Monday 2nd of May 2016

This is a question, rather than a comment. I've watched your LED upgrade videos with great interest, but what I haven't seen, is whether or not you upgraded your Basement/Storage lighting, and if so, what did you use?

TheRVgeeks

Monday 2nd of May 2016

Hi Glenn! We've held off upgrading our basement lights because they're not on all that much. But your timing is amazing, as we're meeting Steve from M4 LEDs at his new shop tomorrow to caravan out into the desert with him for some ATVing. We'll ask him what he recommends, and maybe we'll go ahead and do them. Of course we'll make a video about it if we do!

Jonathan Henson

Tuesday 16th of February 2016

Clearly y'all misspelled my name! :) Congrats Brian H. and enjoy your lights!

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