I’m a gadget person. Living in a motorhome, I’ve managed to suppress the impulse to buy every gadget I see (space problems), but every so often I can’t help myself. Such was the case when we visited Jackie and Buddy and toured their new house in Lovelady, Texas, last month.
The LavNav… I couldn’t help but ask “What is that thing on your toilet lid?” Each toilet had a palm-sized white “bump” near the top of the raised lid. Disinfectant? Mosquito control? Music player? No, a nightlight – a totally cool nightlight! I just HAD to have one, and we received ours in our mail packet at Summerdale.
LavNav Promo Shot
Green Light in our rig
Red light in our rig
What’s so cool about the LavNav? Click here to read a more professional review, but here is our experience:
To keep our bedroom dark at night, we don’t use a night light in the bathroom, and the little “toilet room” is often pitch black. Odel is very conscientious about the seat position, but every so often the seat is “up” when I, in the dark, sit down. What an uncomfortable and unwelcome surprise!
The LavNav solved both problems. In the motionless dark, the light, mounted (using a self-stick pad) near the top of the toilet lid, is off. When the door is opened, the motion detector turns on the light, a nice dim glow. Green? The seat is down. Safe to sit. As you can see in the photo, the entire toilet seat is bathed in light. Red? The seat is up. Don’t sit! Instead of bathing the seat toilet in red light, the light is directed down – a “target”, so to speak. :)
I LOVE it! We paid around $22 for our, I think, but I see that it is available through amazon.com for $19.95. Too cool!
SETTLED IN AT PINEGLEN RV PARK IN PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA
Add another state to the map! Around 5 pm, after our long day in the I-10 traffic jam yesterday, we settled into a nicely wooded site (tall pines) in the same park with Doug and JoAnn. We’re going to be busy, busy, busy over the next few days, visiting, eating, sightseeing. Last night, we had our first taste of Fried Pickles, surprisingly good! Today we’re off to see the white “sugar sand” beaches, dodge the vacationing college students, and visit a southern food buffet to fulfill Odel’s desire for fried chicken. Later, friends.