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Garnet enjoys an excellent reputation with its customers, who range from major oil companies to small transport companies, RV manufacturers, and individuals who install their own equipment. As part of our strategy to provide the best service to the customer, Garnet markets its products through local dealers/distributors which are properly equipped and trained to effectively install and service Garnet equipment.
Garnet’s SeeLeveL II RV Tank Monitor has been field proven by tens of thousands of successful OEM and after-market installations. We are proud of our list of manufactures installing our systems. You can view them at this link here: VIEW MANUFACTURERS.
Comments from customers who have retrofit our RV Tank Monitors
We’ve been RVing for 3 weeks. We couldn’t be more pleased with the SeeLeveL system. The consistency and accuracy have given us great peace of mind.
We now comfortably go a week between dumping the gray water tanks and we’re approaching 2 weeks on the black water tank. The freedom of not dumping unnecessarily because we can’t trust the sensors is truly fantastic. (2019)
Tom, Received the unit Friday morning and installed it on my 3650 Cruisers on Saturday. Works Perfectly! Was easy to install and wire. You have a great product, and 4 other boaters in the marina have already looked at my system. Thank you
Our coach came with the standard tank monitoring system that read in thirds (Empty, 33%, 66%, Full) and the associated in-tank sensors that were prone to erroneous readings. I wanted something more accurate with a finer resolution and a sensor system that wasn’t susceptible to bad readings from effluence. Queue the Garnet SeeLeveL monitoring systems. I ended up installing our primary display above the pilot’s seat in place of the old display. I also installed a secondary display in the actual wet bay which I’m sure my kids are happy about; they don’t have to babysit the primary display and call out the readings to me while I’m doing tank maintenance. It took a few hours with some basic tools and it was well worth it! This may be my favorite bang-for-the-buck mod so far. (2019)
—JoAnn and Carl, from Instagram @onehappyohana
I have just had installed on my fifth wheel trailer a set of 709-4 tank gauges. This is the second trailer I have had these gauges installed on and they are the absolute best. The set on the first trailer remained accurate for years until I sold that trailer. The gauges they install at the manufacturer in most cases are fairly useless and inaccurate. I would gladly pay extra to have the Garnet gauges installed at the factory. I have had occasion to contact your Customer Service and found them to be helpful and responsive. Thanks for providing a great product! Now my wife won’t run out of fresh water while in the shower. You simply can’t let that happen more than once!
Great product – I should have installed one of these about 55,000 miles ago (we have 60,000 miles on our 2005 Itasca Horizon 40AD) and we’re anxious to use it while we’re on the road all summer! Eight-page install article: www.janeandjohn.org
—John & Jane Canfield,
I thought I’d send you folks a link to an installation article I posted on an RV forum website I am working on. I thought some of the folks comments may be of interest to you. Read 709 install article: www.irv2.com
—Joe Kasunich, irv2.com website
The SeeLeveL recreational vehicle tank monitoring system has been, for quite a while now, the leading digital display system on the market. Other systems have been introduced, but none with the accuracy, features, and ease of installation of the SeeLevel. I’ve been such a fan of it that I have recommended it be installed in family and friends coaches as well have it in each of our previous motorhomes. Here is an install of a 713 system on Joe Kasunich’s new Allegro Bus motorhome: www.irv2.com
—Joe Kasunich, irv2.com website
I am really excited to have an accurate reading of all my tanks this RV’ing season. Install article: www.irv2.com
—Bill (forum name Warpath), irv2.com website
We have a 2006 Beaver coach with an Aladdin System which gives us all kinds of information such as all engine functions, rear view camera, temperature and much more. The problem was everything worked with the exception on all the tank monitors would not function. I took it to a couple of different repair facility’s trying to get it repaired only to be told no parts were available. I read the article in FMCA a couple of months ago about SeeLevel gauges distributed. By Garnet Technologies Inc. at Granbury, Texas. May I say this was a very pleasant experience dealing with this company. I called Cary at Garnet at 877-668-7813 and made an appointment to have their SeeLevel system installed and boy am I glad I did, this is a very professionally run company that goes way out of their way to please the customer. We had a problem during installation with my existing Aladdin system that was not their fault nor did they cause the problem. They went way out of their way to correct the problem and didn’t charge me for all their time when was the last time that happened to you. I can’t say enough about the help and concern Cary and the Owner showed for us. I do not think you can find better service anywhere.
—Julia & Ronnie Newman of Fort Worth, TX, FCMA
An article from one of our customers who own a Tiffin Breeze, which is a small 30 ft. diesel pusher motorhome that is a newer design released in the past 5 years. Installing the SeeLeveL II Tank Monitor on a Breeze.
With a SeeLeveL II system installed, motorhomers can eliminate the guesswork by gauging whether their coach’s holding tanks are empty or full.” Read full article here.
—, FMCA Online Magazine Article
The sensors themselves are trouble-free. No more fouling issues. … The information is very accurate and displayed on an easy-to-read LED panel. An easy DIY installation makes this an attractive upgrade for any RV owner who wants trouble-free accurate information, this upgrade easily makes our “A” list. Read full article here.
—Mark Quasius, JRV Techmag, Sep 2011
Garnet Instruments uses external sensors and high-grade electronics to eliminate erroneous readings. Read full article here.
—Bill and Jenn Gehr,
For RVers like us that spend a significant amount of time off-grid dry camping having an accurate holding tank monitor with fine resolution is awesome. The new SeeLevel system has proved most useful, especially when it comes to fresh water levels. In my mind, it’s a crying shame that many new RVs still come with the cheap dummy light level indicators. Read the full review here. Watch the video here.
—, Love your RV! Online RV Magazine