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Truma

Mover Go2 RH3

Mover SX

Reich

EasyDriver Basic 1.6

EasyDriver Active 2.0

EasyDriver Active 2.3

AL-KO

Ranger S21

Truma

Mover Smart A

Mover XT

Reich

EasyDriver Pro 2.0

EasyDriver Pro 2.0 BPW-Hobby

EasyDriver Infinity 2.5

EasyDriver Infinity 2.5 BPW-Hobby

AL-KO

Mammut M20

Mammut AMS2 S2x

Per merk

Truma

PowrWheel

AL-KO

Reich

Reich - AL-KO Vario

Reich - BPW Vario

Reich - Touring

Tandem 2WD

2WD Mover XT2

Tandem 4WD

4WD Mover XT4

4WD Mammut TM4xx

4WD Mammut TS4xx

4WD EasyDriver Active 2.8

4WD EasyDriver Pro 2.8

4WD EasyDriver Pro 2.8 BPW B2

4WD EasyDriver Infinity 3.5

battery

Complete set

Lithium PowerXtreme

Lithium Reich MPP

Lithium Victron

Lithium Enduro

AGM Optima Yellow Top

VMF battery

Battery charger

Ctek Battery charger 12V

Ctek without 230v

Ctek Accessories

Lithium Battery charger 12V

Xenteq LBC 12V

Optimate Accessories

Accessoires

Mover Accessories

Reich

Standaard

Standaard I

Standaard II

MoveControl Comfort

MoveControl Economy

MoveControl Economy Light

MoveControl Trend

MoveControl Cross

MoveControl Compact

MoveControl Ecoline

MoveControl EcoEasy

EasyDriver Basic 1.6

EasyDriver Basic 2.3

EasyDriver Basic 1.8

EasyDriver Active 1.8

EasyDriver Active 2.3

EasyDriver Active 2.0

EasyDriver Pro 1.8

EasyDriver Pro 2.3

EasyDriver Infinity 2.5

EasyDriver Pro 2.0

Truma

Carver kabel

Carver 16cm

Carver

Mover S

Mover Se

Mover Go2 RH1

Mover Go2 RH2

Mover SR

Mover SR2

Mover SX

Mover SeR

Mover XT

Mover Smart M

Mover Smart A

Mover Go2 RH3

PowrWheel

1XL

1XL automaat

Kompact

Evo

Evo+

Q-mover

AL-KO

Mammut AMS1

Mammut M20

Ranger S21

Enduro

EM103

EM104

EM203

EM303

EM303+

EM303a

EM303a+

EM304

EM304 Smart

EM305

EM505FL

EM505

EM405 Smart

EM305+

P1

P1 Manual

P1 Automatic

Simpark

Handmatic

Easymatic

Kronings

Moving

KG2M

PurpleLine

E-Go 200

E-Go 300

E-Go 400 Titanium

E-Go quattro

Obelink

Prestige II

Reich

4WD/2WD MoveControl Economy

4WD/2WD MoveControl Comfort

4WD/2WD MoveControl Compact

4WD/2WD MoveControl Ecoline

4WD/2WD MoveControl EcoEasy

4WD EasyDriver Basic 2.8

4WD EasyDriver Basic 3.1

4WD EasyDriver Active 3.1

4WD EasyDriver Active 2.8

4WD EasyDriver Pro 3.1

4WD EasyDriver Pro 2.8

4WD EasyDriver Infinity 3.5

Truma

2WD Carver

2WD Mover Te

2WD Mover TeR

2WD Mover XT2

4WD Mover XT4

4WD Mover TeR4

AL-KO

4WD Mammut TM4xx












Caravan Mover Tests


ACSI (2021)


Caravan Mover Test
ACSI 2021 Caravan Mover Test

Not a real test. Our company is discussed

ACSI (2021)


Caravan Mover Test
ACSI 2021 Caravan Mover Test

This test discusses movers from Truma and Reich. The test was done on 2 different caravans, so you get very different results. The construction form and performance are different. Even without a mover, a Fendt caravan has less ground clearance than a Hobby. The mover itself doesn't take more height. The caravan it self is already lower.

Caravaninfo.de (2020)


Caravan Mover Test
Caravaninfo.de 2020 Caravan Mover Test

Not a real test. Our company is discussed

Autobild, caravan (2018)


Caravan Mover Test
Autobild, caravan 2018 Caravan Mover Test

Not a real test. Our company is discussed

Camping, Cars & Caravans (2017)


Caravan Mover Test
Camping, Cars & Caravans 2017 Caravan Mover Test

Not a real test. In this German magazine Camping, Cars & Caravans is the German manufacturer Reich discussed.

GTUE (2016)


Battery charger test
GTUE 2016 Battery charger test

A theoretical test about battery-chargers.

Caravan, the history (2016)


Caravan Mover Test
Caravan, the history 2016 Caravan Mover Test

The history of movers in the UK.

Caravaning (2014)


Caravan Mover Test
Caravaning 2014 Caravan Mover Test

After Truma received a lot of attention from the German magazine Caravaning, it was now Reich's turn to introduce their new mover.
The test with an egg is no problem at all for these movers, a nod to Truma, who advertises stepless maneuvering with the new XT. Unfortunately, in this test, there is hardly any knowledge of batteries. According to the testers, you can drive for 3 hours with an Optima battery of 55 Ah, which of course is not possible.

KCK (2013)


battery test
KCK 2013 battery test

These batteries are discharged with a constant load. This is not a problem for most batteries. A mover battery must be able to withstand fluctuations from 180A to 10A. Unfortunately, this has not been tested. We also think it is important that a manufacturer is reputable, the KCK also writes that in the article about safety. Unfortunately, this is not included in the test assessment.

Camping, Cars & Caravans (2013)


Caravan Mover Test
Camping, Cars & Caravans 2013 Caravan Mover Test

The movers are supplied and assembled by the manufacturer. The manual for the XT states that you should try to mount it in front of the wheels. If that really doesn't work, mount it behind the wheels. The test focuses on driving straight ahead, but 2 different nose wheels are mounted, and the movers are not both mounted in front of the wheels. In addition, the tester unfortunately did not bother to check the weights specified by the manufacturer.

Autobild (2013)


Battery charger test
Autobild  2013 Battery charger test

Theoratical test of battery-chargers from the German magazine Autobild.

Caravaning (2013)


Caravan Mover Test
Caravaning 2013 Caravan Mover Test

In our opinion is this not a test, but a introduction of a new mover.

Caravaning (2012)


Caravan Mover Test
Caravaning 2012 Caravan Mover Test

The weak point of this test is that the manufacturers have supplied the mover.

KCK (2012)


Caravan Mover Test
KCK 2012 Caravan Mover Test

Surprising result of a movertest of the Dutch magazine KCK.

PurpleLine (2011)


Caravan Mover Test
PurpleLine 2011 Caravan Mover Test

A test done by a manufacturer. It will not surprise you that the own mover is the test winner. No more needs to be explained.

Freelife magazine (2011)


battery test
Freelife magazine 2011 battery test

A extensive battery test of the Dutch magazine Freelife in association CMS.

KCK (2010)


battery test
KCK 2010 battery test

A test of a caravan-battery of the Dutch magazine KCK.

Camping Fritid (2009)


Caravan Mover Test
Camping Fritid 2009 Caravan Mover Test

A mover test of the magazine Fritid from Denmark.

Camping, Cars & Caravans (2009)


Caravan Mover Test
Camping, Cars & Caravans 2009 Caravan Mover Test

A Optima battery test of the German magazine Reisemobil.

Caravaning (2008)


Caravan Mover Test
Caravaning 2008 Caravan Mover Test

A test of 3 movers in the German magazine Caravaning.

KCK (2008)


Caravan Mover Test
KCK 2008 Caravan Mover Test

A camper-trolley test in the Dutch magazine KCK. The outcome isn't verry surprising.

Tros Radar /KCK (2008)


Caravan Mover Test
Tros Radar /KCK 2008 Caravan Mover Test

A mover test where the manufacturer determined wich mover were tested.

KCK (2006)


Caravan Mover Test
KCK 2006 Caravan Mover Test

A mover test of the Dutch magazine KCK of the following movers: - PowrMover 1XL - Reich move Control II comfort - Simpark II slow start - Truma mover SE

KCK (2005)


Battery charger test
KCK 2005 Battery charger test

In the year 2005 had our company under the name "Onderhoudslader" a readers-action in the Dutch magazin KCK.

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