• Camco Water Tank Filler with Shutoff Valve- Quickly and Efficiently Helps Fill Your Water Tank and Eliminates Line Backflow - Lead Free (5/8" Tube)  (40003)
  • Camco Water Tank Filler with Shutoff Valve- Quickly and Efficiently Helps Fill Your Water Tank and Eliminates Line Backflow - Lead Free (5/8" Tube)  (40003)
  • Camco Water Tank Filler with Shutoff Valve- Quickly and Efficiently Helps Fill Your Water Tank and Eliminates Line Backflow - Lead Free (5/8" Tube)  (40003)
  • Camco Water Tank Filler with Shutoff Valve- Quickly and Efficiently Helps Fill Your Water Tank and Eliminates Line Backflow - Lead Free (5/8" Tube)  (40003)
Camco Water Tank Filler with Shutoff Valve- Quickly and Efficiently Helps Fill Your Water Tank and Eliminates Line Backflow - Lead Free (5/8" Tube)  (40003)
Camco Water Tank Filler with Shutoff Valve- Quickly and Efficiently Helps Fill Your Water Tank and Eliminates Line Backflow - Lead Free (5/8" Tube)  (40003)
Camco Water Tank Filler with Shutoff Valve- Quickly and Efficiently Helps Fill Your Water Tank and Eliminates Line Backflow - Lead Free (5/8" Tube)  (40003)
Camco Water Tank Filler with Shutoff Valve- Quickly and Efficiently Helps Fill Your Water Tank and Eliminates Line Backflow - Lead Free (5/8" Tube)  (40003)

Camco Water Tank Filler with Shutoff Valve- Quickly and Efficiently Helps Fill Your Water Tank and Eliminates Line Backflow - Lead Free (5/8" Tube) (40003)

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  • Fill the water tank in a fraction of the usual time
  • Quarter-turn pressure-sealed valve helps to selectively control the water flow
  • Large 5/8" fill tube helps to fill the water tank at or near full pressure while minimizing line backflow
  • 5/8" fill tube
  • Compliant with all federal and state level low lead laws. CSA Low Lead Content Certified to NSF/ANSI 372

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At first I didn't like it, but then... When I received this filler I was disappointed. It looked too simple. That opinion changed radically when I put it into use and found that it controlled water flow much better than the hose nozzle I had been using and could be shut off when full, allowing me to go to the faucet and shut off the water and avoid making a big mess. In storage, I would recommend storing it in a Ziploc bag to keep it sanitary. An inexpensive fix of the "why didn't I think of that" category. You could jury-rig something to act like this but it wouldn't be worth your effort. 5Don't RV without it! When I purchased my RV in February, I found this handy tool in one of the drawers but had no idea what it was for. It was pretty old looking and no one had bothered to tell me what it was for, so I just tossed it in the trash. A few months later I found myself Googling how to fill an RV fresh water tank and realized what I had thrown out. This item makes filling your fresh water tank a breeze!Just last weekend I was using it at an RV park and my buddy asked what it was for. After explaining it to him, my buddy said, "I just put the hose up to the inlet and let if fill." I explained that using this tool keeps the water from splashing all over the side of your rig and then showed him how it worked. Needless to say, another fan was created. 5Simple, inexpensive, highly effective. If you have an RV you should have this. I'd been filling our RV's water tank with the sorts of adjustable nozzles you get to put on a garden hose, for gardening. Both twist and lever types. This cost half as much as works twice as well. The long nozzle reduces blowback--you know, where it spits water out of the filler--and the 90 degree valve is the best for this application. I'm used to products being sort of adequate--or being great, but costing a lot, and/or being high maintenance. So it deserves noting, and applause, when you find a product like this that's simple, effective...and cost-effective. If you have an RV you should have this. 5Be careful sliding into the campers water line This is a neat device to make filling the campers water tank easier if the hose end does not fit. The problem is that the plastic tube is fairly rigid and is pointed. I noticed the tube was catching when I slid it in and when I looked to see why from inside the camper I found that the water line is a flexible clear plastic similar in design to a flexible dryer vent line but only about 1.5 inches across. The point on the Tank Filler device could rip through the fill line making a big water mess in the camper. I have rounded the end and am very careful putting it into the water line to prevent damage. 3Getting the Water Over the Mountain Filler apertures are high up on the coach and with no threaded coupler. Heavy water hoses have to be lifted and then bent to fit the aperture with no way to keep them in place. This simple device with its own light shutoff valve solves a lot of those problems. The flexible neck goes far enough into the water filler opening to hold the hose in place and then you can remove the hose without having to run over and turn off the water. I bought three so that I would always have one available at home and on the road. 5Must-have Accessory for RV's This is a must-have for RV owners. The design of fresh water tanks is set up so you cant "hard connect' a water hose and possibly damage the tank when filling, but the filler seems to dump more water on the gound than in the tank. It can also be hard to get disinfectant into the tank when sanitizing. The Camco water tank filler solves all these problems without any danger to your fresh water tank. When I add bleach to sanitize, I don't spill a drop when using this device with a short lenght of hose. The shutoff valve is a bonus that lets you shut off the fill water without going back to the tap. My only regret is that I didn't discover this years ago. 5Cheap junk and packaging Came with Only a 3" clear plastic hose- Way too short to stay in the fresh water hole on RV. Very cheap plastic valve does not shut off water all the way. The unit was Epoxy Glued to the packaging, where we had try and cut the epoxy glue off the unit. Trashed it, got an old "white potable water hose" and just cut it to fit. 1Gotta have it if you're filling your fresh water. Excellent. I would never fill my tank without one of these. We bought our very first camper and this was one of the things I saw in the "what other people buy" list when I was buying wheel chocks. I am so so so so glad I bought this. While filling my tank for the VERY first time I hooked it up to the potable water springy thing and put it in the tank and didn't have to hold it or anything. The older gentlemen next to me who looked like he had been camping for a while did not have this. He put the hose in the mouth of his filler neck and thought it would hold. He let go of it and the hose let go and due to the spring on the blue potable water dispenser it whipped the hose threads right into the side of his camera. I don't know if it dented it but it definitely made a good thud and he looked embarrassed. Thanks amazon for helping me impulse buy something that is actually really awesome! 5Simple but effective Such a simple device, but very worth getting for how cheap it is. It makes filling the fresh water tank on the RV so much nicer since I can just shove it into the fill hole rather than having to figure out a way to rig it so it stays in place. The integrated shutoff valve is also really nice to have because I can turn the water on at the spigot but not be spraying water until I'm ready (or alternatively, not have to make a trip back to the spigot after I get things setup). Some things for an RV are more "nice to have" but not necessary. If this was more expensive I would put it into that category, but at the price it's at (less than 4 bucks), it falls into the "should have" category. 5An indispensable tool for the RV'er A simple idea that eliminates spills while filling RV water tanks. Without this tool, it took two people to fill the fresh water tank in our travel trailer. The inlet opening was not large enough to hold the water hose nozzle in place while filling, meaning that someone had to be at the fill port to hold the hose and someone else had to remain at the faucet to turn the water on and off. This device extends into the water input port on the vehicle allowing you turn on the water at the faucet. When the tank is full, you can turn off the water at the nozzle before returning to shut it off at the faucet. This makes filling a water tank a one-person operation. 5
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At first I didn't like it, but then... When I received this filler I was disappointed. It looked too simple. That opinion changed radically when I put it into use and found that it controlled water flow much better than the hose nozzle I had been using and could be shut off when full, allowing me to go to the faucet and shut off the water and avoid making a big mess. In storage, I would recommend storing it in a Ziploc bag to keep it sanitary. An inexpensive fix of the "why didn't I think of that" category. You could jury-rig something to act like this but it wouldn't be worth your effort. 5Don't RV without it! When I purchased my RV in February, I found this handy tool in one of the drawers but had no idea what it was for. It was pretty old looking and no one had bothered to tell me what it was for, so I just tossed it in the trash. A few months later I found myself Googling how to fill an RV fresh water tank and realized what I had thrown out. This item makes filling your fresh water tank a breeze!Just last weekend I was using it at an RV park and my buddy asked what it was for. After explaining it to him, my buddy said, "I just put the hose up to the inlet and let if fill." I explained that using this tool keeps the water from splashing all over the side of your rig and then showed him how it worked. Needless to say, another fan was created. 5Simple, inexpensive, highly effective. If you have an RV you should have this. I'd been filling our RV's water tank with the sorts of adjustable nozzles you get to put on a garden hose, for gardening. Both twist and lever types. This cost half as much as works twice as well. The long nozzle reduces blowback--you know, where it spits water out of the filler--and the 90 degree valve is the best for this application. I'm used to products being sort of adequate--or being great, but costing a lot, and/or being high maintenance. So it deserves noting, and applause, when you find a product like this that's simple, effective...and cost-effective. If you have an RV you should have this. 5Be careful sliding into the campers water line This is a neat device to make filling the campers water tank easier if the hose end does not fit. The problem is that the plastic tube is fairly rigid and is pointed. I noticed the tube was catching when I slid it in and when I looked to see why from inside the camper I found that the water line is a flexible clear plastic similar in design to a flexible dryer vent line but only about 1.5 inches across. The point on the Tank Filler device could rip through the fill line making a big water mess in the camper. I have rounded the end and am very careful putting it into the water line to prevent damage. 3Getting the Water Over the Mountain Filler apertures are high up on the coach and with no threaded coupler. Heavy water hoses have to be lifted and then bent to fit the aperture with no way to keep them in place. This simple device with its own light shutoff valve solves a lot of those problems. The flexible neck goes far enough into the water filler opening to hold the hose in place and then you can remove the hose without having to run over and turn off the water. I bought three so that I would always have one available at home and on the road. 5Must-have Accessory for RV's This is a must-have for RV owners. The design of fresh water tanks is set up so you cant "hard connect' a water hose and possibly damage the tank when filling, but the filler seems to dump more water on the gound than in the tank. It can also be hard to get disinfectant into the tank when sanitizing. The Camco water tank filler solves all these problems without any danger to your fresh water tank. When I add bleach to sanitize, I don't spill a drop when using this device with a short lenght of hose. The shutoff valve is a bonus that lets you shut off the fill water without going back to the tap. My only regret is that I didn't discover this years ago. 5Cheap junk and packaging Came with Only a 3" clear plastic hose- Way too short to stay in the fresh water hole on RV. Very cheap plastic valve does not shut off water all the way. The unit was Epoxy Glued to the packaging, where we had try and cut the epoxy glue off the unit. Trashed it, got an old "white potable water hose" and just cut it to fit. 1Gotta have it if you're filling your fresh water. Excellent. I would never fill my tank without one of these. We bought our very first camper and this was one of the things I saw in the "what other people buy" list when I was buying wheel chocks. I am so so so so glad I bought this. While filling my tank for the VERY first time I hooked it up to the potable water springy thing and put it in the tank and didn't have to hold it or anything. The older gentlemen next to me who looked like he had been camping for a while did not have this. He put the hose in the mouth of his filler neck and thought it would hold. He let go of it and the hose let go and due to the spring on the blue potable water dispenser it whipped the hose threads right into the side of his camera. I don't know if it dented it but it definitely made a good thud and he looked embarrassed. Thanks amazon for helping me impulse buy something that is actually really awesome! 5Simple but effective Such a simple device, but very worth getting for how cheap it is. It makes filling the fresh water tank on the RV so much nicer since I can just shove it into the fill hole rather than having to figure out a way to rig it so it stays in place. The integrated shutoff valve is also really nice to have because I can turn the water on at the spigot but not be spraying water until I'm ready (or alternatively, not have to make a trip back to the spigot after I get things setup). Some things for an RV are more "nice to have" but not necessary. If this was more expensive I would put it into that category, but at the price it's at (less than 4 bucks), it falls into the "should have" category. 5An indispensable tool for the RV'er A simple idea that eliminates spills while filling RV water tanks. Without this tool, it took two people to fill the fresh water tank in our travel trailer. The inlet opening was not large enough to hold the water hose nozzle in place while filling, meaning that someone had to be at the fill port to hold the hose and someone else had to remain at the faucet to turn the water on and off. This device extends into the water input port on the vehicle allowing you turn on the water at the faucet. When the tank is full, you can turn off the water at the nozzle before returning to shut it off at the faucet. This makes filling a water tank a one-person operation. 5
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