Is Your RV Secure?

Eyelog Keeps An Eye on Your RV

Neil King

Staff Writer

 

On today’s episode Phil May of TechonRV.com and Andy McCaskey of RVNN have another live Q&A with field product testers. Many of the gadgets you may see at RV shows or in big stores might be useful to use occasionally in a home, but they aren’t always as useful for the full time RV enthusiast. Phil May and his team of field product testers, which are folks just like you, are here to review these items in terms of usefulness and cost so you can make informed decisions about your next technological purchase.

A major concern for RV enthusiasts is RV security. As Phil discusses if your RV isn’t secure it might not take much for a thief to break in and snatch up your valuables when you’re taking a break from the drone of the road. So today Phil and his field product testers are here to discuss the Eyelog, a RV security system no bigger than your cell phone, to help your valuables stay safe when you’re away from your rig.

The Eyelog works by sensing any motion in your unit and taking either a short video or three still shots of the person making the movement. That in itself is a great help in catching an TV snatcher in the act, but the Eyelog does something else very useful. It sends the pictures or the video of the would be crook directly to you via your cellular device. Phil and Andy are here to help you keep your investments secure on this GadgetPlex!

 

Today’s GadgetPlex:

  • A Brief Explanation of TechnoRV.com
  • The Need for RV Security on the Road
  • The Eyelog
  • How the Eyelog Works for You
  • Q&A With Field Product Testers

 

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