Revolutionary RV Solar Panels: Unroll It, Peel It, Stick It

Sydney, Australia (PressExposure) July 06, 2011 -- Environmentally minded RV enthusiasts will love never having to recharge again with rv solar panels that are reviewed at The revolutionary unisolar rv solar panel simply rolls up and act like a laminate while powering motor homes on the go.

One of its best features is the ease of installation. You simply unroll it, peel it and stick it to the surface of your rv and you're good to go.

Karina Sinclair of explains the effect of this groundbreaking panel. "Installing this rv solar panel couldn't be easier. You simply unroll it, peel it and stick it to the surface of your rv. It will really appeal to minimalists and people who don't want a lot of diy fuss when it comes to rv solar panels."

This rv solar panel is ideal for rvs, boats and for home and commercial applications. It's also backed by a 20 year performance warranty.

More importantly, you don't have to worry about the panel blowing away in the wind while you're traveling on the highways at high speeds.

Karina explains, "rv solar panels aren't just about charging batteries any longer. They can power your rv shower, appliances, tvs, pcs and so much more. Additionally, this solar panel powers golf carts as well so if you've had to cut short your golfing exploits because of golf cart power issues you won't have to worry about that any longer."

This flexible, and light weight rv panel will get you on the open road lightning fast while powering your RV with the sun's rays.

For the all-American patriot who enjoys road travel across the United States as well as being mindful of the, he'll be happy to know that this innovative, flexible solar panel is made in the USA. Minimalist footprint...a lot of power. What more could a traveler ask for?

RV solar panels are becoming more and more popular and are highly sought after by motor home enthusiasts. For this reason Karina spent time researching reviews of rv solar systems from people who have purchased them and has analyzed the good and the bad. It's important to make sure that the solar panel you buy is right for your rv needs and worth the money - though surprisingly they are a lot cheaper than you think.

For more customer feedback about this multi use solar panel and other rv solar panels visit Karina's rv blog at

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