One of the most time-consuming aspects of setting up your RV is trying to get it level. One of the most common ways to do it is using leveling blocks, but using them is time-consuming, hard to get just right, and isn’t friendly if you’re doing it yourself. Well, goodbye blocks and hello Anderson Camper Levelers.
The Anderson Camper Leveler system is a simple, low-tech solution to fine-tuning your RV leveling. After using these for a few years, I really don’t know how I managed before them. The simplicity about them is what I love. The whole setup involves just two components: A curved riser and a wheel chock.
To use, you simply placed the curved leveling pieces under the tires of the side that you need to raise up and back/drive onto it. Once level, you just insert the wheel chock behind the opposite side of the level, and you’re done.
Anderson claims that you can be level in 5 minutes or less. Sometimes companies make false claims like this, but in this situation, it’s spot on. I’m normally level in 2-3 minutes and that includes me getting in and out of the truck. I can be level in less than 1 minute when I use these in combination with the Level Mate Pro– A wireless leveling gadget that links up with your phone (More to come on that in a separate post. Together, this is the next best thing to an auto-leveling system.
- Simple and low-tech design
- Sturdy and almost indestructible- solid as a rock
- One person leveling made simple
- Made in the USA
- More expensive than plastic blocks
- Limited height (only lifts up to 4”)