Some of our best-selling lighting designs are offered in portable as well as miniature iterations, including our JWDA Lamp. The cordless lamp is inspired by traditional oil lamps and crafted in contrasting materials. Delivering 10 hours of adjustable light when fully charged, the small-scale design is defined by its elliptical glass shade and solid metal base with a brass dimmer switch.
Grab-Handle: All two-wheeled portable RV holding tanks have a built-in handle at the front that you lift to move it around. This grab handle should feel good to your hands when lifting a full (and heavy) camper waste tote.
On some portable tanks, this is how you empty it, which requires lifting the front vertically so that the waste will drain out of this top opening. Lifting a container full of a couple of hundred pounds of sewage isn't easy or a lot of fun.
Whether or not an RV portable holding tank is right for you will depend on how you camp, how long you like to stay in one spot, and whether or not you usually are at a campsite with full hookups (sewer dump).
RVers who enjoy state or local parks that require you to empty your camper at a dump station don't have to move their motorhome, fifth wheel, or travel trailer if the tanks get full when they use a portable gray water tank.
This is assuming you need a portable tank at all. If you move a lot, you can just dump your tanks frequently. But if you are stationary, without full sewer hookups, a portable tank may be what you need. 2b1af7f3a8