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Has anyone installed the "RV Airflow System" on your Ollie?  I watched a You Tube Video posted by the RV traveling couple "Changing Lanes"  This System improves the air flow from the intake and outflow of the AC by using a styrofoam insert.  Testing showed 40% more efficiency!  Looks like an easy install process.  (Grand Design now installs the system on all new TT coming from the factory)

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I haven’t done more than glance at their website. Is it intended for a ducted system? Your Ollie has a ductless setup - all the air comes out at one place. Right over the bed(s).

https://rvairflow.com/products/rvairflow-coleman

Can you post that video link?

I will add my negative review to others about the $170 cost. It is grossly overpriced, but they need to make up their R&D costs I guess. I would wait for that to drop by $100 before I would be remotely interested. The actual materials and molding costs are probably less than $10…

It is too bad that the appliance designer could not be bothered to optimize their unit before the sale🙄

John Davies

Spokane WA
 

 

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2 hours ago, John E Davies said:

I haven’t done more than glance at their website. Is it intended for a ducted system? Your Ollie has a ductless setup - all the air comes out at one place. Right over the bed(s).

https://rvairflow.com/products/rvairflow-coleman

Can you post that video link?

I will add my negative review to others about the $170 cost. It is grossly overpriced, but they need to make up their R&D costs I guess. I would wait for that to drop by $100 before I would be remotely interested. The actual materials and molding costs are probably less than $10…

It is too bad that the appliance designer could not be bothered to optimize their unit before the sale🙄

John Davies

Spokane WA
 

 

 

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