I was interested in finding out about Liquid Springs after seeing the unit for sale in Texas. I was surprised that they cost $12,000-$14,000 and weigh upwards of 400 LBS. These apparently are not designed to be used in any RV's that have a marginal OCCC off the line. Which is a lot of them these days. I suppose big pushers that folks live and travel year round would benefit some.
I pulled up the Liquid Springs web site and found an advertising video that they put out. The first thing they talk about in the video is the average amount of time folks spend in their RV's...3 weeks a year. Then then expound on a rough riding RV for that period of time (3 weeks) and why you should put in Liquid Springs.....for assumption 3 weeks! Right off the bat I thought 3 weeks X 5 years = 15 weeks divided by $14,000 is $933 a week for a better ride! Not the best approach in selling an expensive product I would think.
Oh yes. Take note at the end of the video the lovely ladies sipping wine in the RV while its underway, which of course I personally have NEVER done.
Dont most states have an open container laws? Not sure you should show that in an ad.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X9QGm6QjqtY