RV Water Fill Secure Hands Free with Brass Shut-Off
Fresh water is one of those things that you never miss until it's gone. When you're on vacation, this is doubly so, since you're usually less able to just go out and get water. This is why making sure your fresh water tanks are full before heading out is so important. Filling up your fresh water tanks can be a hassle, though. All that time spend standing there holding the hose could have been spent doing other things like packing up the RV, cleaning the house, or catching up with your favorite TV show. But no, you have to stand there and fill up the water tanks. Don't you wish there was a way you could cut out this part of your trip? Well, here at RecPro, we can make that wish come true. With the Secure Water Fill, you can fill up your fresh water tanks hands-free and in half the time.
With this little gadget, you can just screw the hose into one end and twist the other end onto your fresh water tanks, turn on the open/close valve, and let the water flow. When the tank is full, just turn the open/close valve off and remove the water fill from your tank and water hose. Just make sure you turn your hose off before unscrewing it from the water fill. The time spent filling your tank will also be cut in half, due to the built-in flow control. The build-in flow control prevents the tank from becoming pressurized and pushing the water back out. With the back pressure reduced, the filling time is now cut in half. Easily fitting on all fresh water tank fill fittings, this water fill is a handy tool for all RVers. With the heavy-duty construction, you can be sure that it'll last long and stand up to the water flow.
*Do not leave water fill unattended. Turn water off as soon as tank is full*
- Locks on for hands-free filling
- Built-in flow control prevents tank pressurization
- Reduces back pressure, cutting fill time in half
- Fills fresh water tank
- Easily slips into all fresh water tank fill fittings
- Shut-off valve
- Heavy-duty construction
- Valterra Secure Water Fill