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Those of you who follow our Travato Owner’s Group on Facebook will have already anticipated this one. (By the way, can we start calling that the TOG? It’s so much shorter to type!)
While we were in Louisville for the 2015 RVIA show, we spent some time hanging out at the Truma booth. I was able to get answers to most of the questions that I had about the Truma Combi system. And even when the actual answer is “it depends”, I at least got the explanation of why it depends. I also got some information on the Aqua-Go, which is a “hybrid” tankless style water heater that works for either OEM installs, or user retrofits. What exactly is a “hybrid” water heater? Watch the interview and find out!
The Truma crew was living large at the show – sponsoring the keynote and hosting festive events at their booth, which was typically busy. And while Winnebago was the first to discover them and incorporate their high-tech, European appliances into their RVs, they couldn’t keep Truma a secret forever. We’re starting to see Truma units (both the Combi and the AquaGo) turn up in more and more motorhomes by different manufacturers, and we couldn’t be happier about this. Every RVer should get to experience appliances this fantastic.
We do plan to keep in touch with Truma, so if you have some other questions that weren’t addressed in the video, let me know in the comments and we’ll try to get them answered.
And while I was typing this, I’ve just decided – I’m definitely calling it the TOG from now on!