Thursday, November 19, 2009

Rave Reviews for Swift Hitch


If you're interested in buying a Swift Hitch, make sure you have a look at the great reviews it's received on the TechnoRV website. Simply click on the photo to take you to the product page on TechnoRV, then scroll to the bottom to see the reviews.

To make it easier, I've also copes them here:


Very useful (and a lot of Fun) July 7, 2009
Reviewer: William Bevington from Mission , TX United States
I bought this product specifically to hitch up my 40 ft fiver to my Volvo tractor pull vehicle. I had to hitch up completely blind since there is no line of sight to the hitch from the cab of a over the road tractor. I had to get out of the cab about 5 times before I was finally lined up and hitched. Now I do it all from the cab with a little help from my wife raising and lowering the fiver as needed. It is also a limitless source of fun for myself and grandchildren as we find all kinds of ways to entertain ourselves with this wireless camera and monitor. It also has very impressive night vision. The other great advantage to buying something from TechnoRV is the owners. I had the opportunity to spend a little time getting to know the owners Phil and Tracey May. They are an honest hard working young couple who are very quality conscience and customer orientated. You can feel comfortable purchasing anything from this couple, knowing they will stand behind their products.

I Love This Thing! July 4, 2009
Reviewer: Richie Rubenstein from Albuquerque, NM United States
I recently purchased the Swift Hitch camera system and I love it. We tow a 31' 5th wheel trailer and while I am always cautious backing up, I really wanted to be able to see what I'm doing instead of just relying on others and to also save myself endless trips in and out of the truck making sure things were lined up and that I was clear of obstacles. I use the Swift Hitch in 2 different ways. I place the camera on the pin box when hitching up the truck and get a great view of the truck's hitch position as I back into position. Now it's first time, every time. I also attached a small metal bracket on the rear of the 5th wheel trailer (up high and in the middle) and when backing in the trailer I just place the camera on the bracket and get a birds eye view of the space I'm backing into. I love this thing.

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