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Elias Perez
Elias Perez

Watch GR Black Water 2018

Just like the regular smartwatch, the rugged smartwatch has evolved from the traditional wearable (that could have been mechanical or with a battery, as well waterproof / water-resistant) in order to become a device more suitable for this century.

Watch GR Black Water 2018

In terms of design, the Fenix 6 and the 5 Plus share a similar look, both featuring a relatively large main body made of fiber-reinforced polymer and with a metal cover, while the bezel is stainless steel (or titanium and the Fenix 6 offers an additional option: diamond-like carbon coated titanium). But, when put next to its predecessor, you will immediately notice that the inner (black) bezel is a lot thinner, allowing for more screen real-estate (the bezel gradations are also gone); the front screws are also better integrated with the look of the rugged smartwatch and overall, the device feels more aesthetically pleasing.

The whole smartwatch is waterproof, so it can be submerged underwater down to 164 feet (obviously, the touchscreen will not work while submerged and I would suggest against wearing it in high humidity / high temperature environments) and it is MIL-STD-810G rated, therefore, similarly to the WDS-F20 it survived the transit drop and general vibration tests, it can withstand a moderate level of humidity, solar radiation and it should also be resistant to multi-cycle shocks from constant extreme temperatures or icing/freezing rain (and more).

Even so, you should be able to wear the Kospet Tank T1 with a casual or more formal wear and also take it with you while working out or swimming (it is a waterproof smartwatch after all). At the same time, the device is a bit large (49mm) but, as I mentioned in the full review, it did not look bad on my thin wrist (they may go with a smaller version in the future, as Apple does).

At the opposite end, check that the handles that control the outflow of your gray and black water tanks are pushed completely closed. Then, remove the cap on the septic tank outlet and install the bayonet fitting.

Locate the two T-shaped handles on the plumbing running to your holding tank outlet. These handles control the outflow for your gray water and black water holding tanks. On some RVs, the handles will be color-coded (gray and black) to signify which tank they control.

When dumping the tanks, start with the black water. Then, you effectively use gray water to rinse black water from your sewer hose. Open the handle for your black water tank slowly until you hear waste flowing through the hose.

When you no longer hear black water emptying, open the handle for your gray water tank. Again, pull the handle out slowly and only partially at first to relieve the initial pressure. Then, pull the handle all the way open and wait for the tank to empty. Leave the handle for your black water tank open during this process to allow any remaining contents to continue draining.

When you no longer hear black or gray water draining, push the handles for both holding tanks closed. If your sewer hose is equipped with a clear 90-degree connector, you can also visually confirm that waste is no longer draining from your tanks before closing the handles.

While the water is running, partially depress the pedal on your toilet until the water reaches the fill line inside. Then, depress the pedal completely to empty water into your black water tank. Repeat four times.

Many motorhomes and travel trailers are equipped with a black water tank flush mechanism. This is located on the outside of the camper near connections for your city water and cable/satellite hookups.

Then, open the handle on the water spigot to run water into the flush mechanism, through your black water tank, and out your sewer hose. Open the spigot partially at first to check that everything is working properly.

Great article, I appreciate it.One thing I would like to add that we have found useful is that after we empty the black water tank we fill the toilet bowl with water twice and empty into the tank to prevent solids from sticking to the bottom of the tank.. We also added a cup of bleach with each new clean tank.Thanks, Dick

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