About RVMega

To all visitors a hearty welcome. We sincerely hope you have a memorable experience and it will be great to have you here again in future.



We specialize in supplying unique RV accessories that take the frustration out of RV life.

All our products are personally quality tested, approved and reviewed before it becomes available to you. (That is why the product list is growing slowly). We do not compromise on quality.

Many items fail the test and will thus not be found on this website.

The site is in two parts: The online store where you can get great quality at great prices and the blog for reading about the testing of the accessories.

We blog about the best ways to use the accessories, to get the most out of it and which ones to avoid.



We, that is my wife and myself, used to go on 4×4 excursions into the Namib desert, Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Botswana etc. We have been living in a motor home since 2007 (Noah’s Ark). How it came about was much attributed to coincidence. We acquired a 7 meter converted bus just for traveling during holidays which we regularly did.

One evening during winter after returning home, we found the bus so cozy and warm in comparison with our house that we decided to sleep in it that night. We were parked in our driveway and when needed, we would pop into the house to fetch or do something and then get back into the little bus. This went on for some days until we decided to swap house life for bus life. 

We sold the house, moved the bus to a caravan park nearby and that was the start of a new fun-filled lifestyle. We lived in the small cozy bus for around 6 months, experiencing all the shortcomings, needs, likes and dislikes. We were now ready to move on to a bigger bus and have it set up to our ultimate tastes.

A good passenger bus with low mileage was eventually found and bought. I stripped out all the insides while my wife did the plans for the new interior. We then took it to a bus builder. They did their normal day shift and I did night shift until 10pm after I finished my regular job at 5pm. This went on for a whole year until the job was done.

We are still living in the same 9 meter bus since 2008 and we are still wrapped with it. We’ve had many people comment on many little things that they would have loved to have in their motor homes, RVs or caravans but for many it was too late to make such alterations.

I have done solar installations, fridge installations and even a super charger on my Nissan bus.



Through all the struggles we learned so much that it would be a shame not to share with others interested in the free RV lifestyle. This may save you a lot of time money and heartache. Don’t miss the posts on the “How To DIY” menu. It is filled with photos and videos from “How to fit flexible solar panels” to “preserving cassette toilet seals”.



I know how much this site would have saved me in time and money, had it existed 10 years ago. Thus, we can now bring to you items that we are currently using in our bus that withstood the test of time. These items have proven to be exceptional for RV living. Things like weight, size, efficiency (power consumption) and quality have been the main considerations.
If you ever need advice or have any questions, feel free to leave them below and I will be more than happy to help you as best I can.

All the best,

The team

2 thoughts on “About RVMega”

  1. Do you still travel around on vacations? What a lovely life. I am 75 and have housing, but if I had a home, even at my age, I would sell that home and move in an RV.

    Years ago, my husband and I lived in a what they called it then, a mobile home. I loved living there, but my husband wanted a house so we moved. I loved it especially when it rained; it was so peaceful.

    I think you have a wonderful and useful site. By being as experienced as your by RV living and standing the test of time, everyone should check this website out. Saving people money is always an incentive for people to look into the items you have for sale.

    Much luck. Oh my, if I were younger, I would. Yes, I would.

    1. Hi Judy, yes, we still travel whenever time allows. Have just been on a 2 week excursion and planning another in January.
      I remember how we fled from a brewing storm a few years ago. We just took our motorhome into the mountains and returned 2 days later (like Noah dodged the flood?). The people with houses had to stay behind and endure. Another great benefit living in an RV!

      Kind regards,

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