|Item Weight||8.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||25 x 11 x 10 inches|
|Item model number||359724|
|Manufacturer Part Number||359724|
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Lippert 359724 Waste Master 20’ Extended RV Sewer Hose Management System
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- Comes complete with a time-tested CAM lock connector that ensures a leak-proof connection to the sewer outlet
- Hose is designed with its helical coil on the outside, while the inside is much smoother, preventing waste from getting trapped inside the hose
- UV-protected hose is 5'6" feet compressed and 20 feet extended and features technology that keeps it extended during use to the exact length required
- Permanently-connected nozzle is molded with an easy-grip handle, an integrated shut-off valve and a clear view port that allows the user to see when waste has completely evacuated
- Nozzle also features a 90 degree discharge port that is easy to fit and secure into any sewage inlet
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The Waste Master isn't just a hose and nozzle, it comes complete with a time-tested CAM lock connector that ensures a leak-proof connection to the sewer outlet. Traditional RV hose bayonet fittings can leak, but industrial grade cam locks have been used in the liquid transportation industry for decades and are proven to provide a strong, reliable seal. Unlike traditional hose coils that trap debris, the tough, wireless Waste Master hose is designed with its helical coil on the outside, while the inside is much smoother, preventing waste from getting trapped inside the hose. The UV-protected hose is 5 feet compressed and 18 feet extended and features technology that keeps it extended during use to the exact length required. The permanently-connected nozzle is molded with an easy-grip handle, an integrated shut-off valve and a clear view port that allows the user to see when waste has completely evacuated, helping ensure the tanks and hose are clean. The nozzle also features a 90 degree discharge port that is easy to fit and secure into any sewage inlet.
From the manufacturer
The Future of RV Waste Management
User Friendly Nozzle
- Features built-in handle for easy control.
- Clear view port shows when hose is clean.
- 90 degree discharge port easy to position into any sewage inlet.
- Tapered rubber doughnut fits securely into any size inlet.
- Integrated internal rubber-sealed shut-off valve ensure total closure.
Revolutionary Cam Lok
- Ensures leak-proof connection.
- Provides strong, reliable seal.
- Proven in liquid transportation industry.
Puncture Resistant Hose
- 18 Feet extended, 5 Feet compressed and stays extended during use.
- Outer skeleton coil structure yeilds a smooth hose interior that doesn't trap waste.
- Tough, puncture resistant and UV-protected hose.
Endorsed by the RV Doctor, Gary Bunzer
'If waste management is the most disagreeable aspect of the RV lifestyle, then sub-par sewer hoses have got to be the most aggravating component found within the RV waste system! Cheap, thin, wire-bound vinyl hoses are simply not designed to last.
With its tough external wear barriers and smooth internal bore, I only recommend the Lippert Components Waste Master, which also contains a multi-seal, positive shut-off nozzle on the sewer inlet end and a revolutionary cam lock connection at the coach termination end. During my testing, I could not 'make' it leak, even on purpose. The Waste Master will likely be the last sewer hose you’ll ever buy.'
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The connection at the clamps slid completely out of its sleeve or what looks like a silicone hold. Granted it is 120 degrees in Hurricane, Utah as it was also in Las Vegas when I first used it.
You don't always get what you pay for. Hopefully the company will reimburse me. I'll let you know.
Update: they sent me a new hose. Same issue. These things do not withstand high heat locations. Great concept. Cheaply put together.
We did a lot of research into sewer hoses and systems before selecting the Lippert. Even though we are occasional campers and not full timers, it is still important to outfit our RV with the best quality components. I am looking for products that last a lifetime. It’s also important to consider when traveling in a camper, you don’t have a lot of extra storage and space for redundancy, so carrying a backup is not an option.
I watched several YouTube videos and was sold on the advantages. The smooth internal piping with wire supported outside makes flow through the pipe easy. I really like the end fitted valve as a backup in case of problems at the dump station. The clear plastic at the valve body makes it easy to see when you have fully cleaned and cleared your tanks and pipes.
YOU DO NEED TO MODIFY YOUR RV OR CAMPER. I have seen reviews that bashed this product for that… but you need to know that before your purchase. That is the fault of the buyer not doing proper research. The installation videos and instructions talk about cutting the nubs off your typical sewer fitting and gluing the camlock adapter to it. With the location of our sewer connection being right behind our tire and facing straight down, we were fortunate to have enough pipe to cut the whole existing sewer connection off and replace it instead of retrofitting by sanding and gluing to the existing connection. The Lippert will glue directly to the thin wall 3” ABS type pipes commonly used in most RVs, so if this in an option for you, I would recommend doing it.
I am sold on the advantages of CamLock for fittings compared to the nub and twist type that is the standard. CamLock is an industrial standard made to handle rigors of abuse.
This stretches and collapses easily. It stores in a collapsed form easily. For us, it slides under the sewer valves in our under bay compartment. For those of you that store your sewer pipe in your square tube bumper: THIS WILL NOT FIT!!! The right angle end is permanently attached to the pipe so it will not slide in a bumper. For those Class A and C people that keep your pipes in an under carriage compartment, this works great as it is easy and efficient to store.
Since our sewer output faces straight down, we did find that the initial flow would push the Lippert pipe down and stretch it, even if we had it on the Camco Sidewinder. We did manage to get it to stay well by keeping the Sidewinder more bunched up near the RV, but that was when we were within 10’ of our hookup. If we were farther away, nearing the 20’ length of the Lippert, that would not be an option. To make it easier to hookup and keep the Lippert pipe elevated, I was able to find an Aluminum 3” Cam and Groove Elbow on Amazon that now lets me adapt the Lippert pipe to exit parallel to the ground. Of course that added another $75 to the cost of sewer upgrade.
All in all, I spent about $200 for this upgrade (with the addition of the elbow). Is it worth it. To me YES. I know several people that camp a lot during the season, and seem to be replacing their “Stinky Slinky” ever year or two. At 40 or 50 bucks each, I would rather have one that lasts a lifetime, then to have thrown 4 or 5 away before I have attained a return on my investment. I’m also very confident that I won’t have the experience of a cracked tube leaking black water while trying to dump.
The Lippert system with the cam-lock system promised something different. We watched the manufacturer's video and other video reviews by bloggers and were impressed. I was a bit leery about cutting off the nibs on my sewer pipe that all the other systems use to hold the twist on fittings. BUT, Lippert had an adapter in case we ever needed to go back to the old twist-on systems.
On our 2017 Winnebago View the waste pipe already hung a bit low for my taste, so instead of cutting off the nibs, I just cut the whole pipe back. I bought some ABS glue at Home Depot and installed the fitting, and I was in business. I would NEVER go back to the old systems.
I would encourage you to do a search on YouTube to find the various owner reviews on the system and see it in action. Other than a built-in macerator, I do not know how there could be a better system!
** UPDATE. The drain end of the hose has a shut-off, but Lippert did not sell a "plug" for the male end of their hose, which would seal the hose when stored in a plastic bin. After searching the local bib box stores, I found the perfect solution. A $5.00 Oatey 33402 3" (75mm) Gripper.
Like the clear pipe next to the valve can see when clear water is coming through.
Bought another cheaper hose with the pin lock system and adaptor's (sold by Wast Master) to add length when needed.
Nice solid system, see many years of use.