With spring and summer right around the corner, it's time to start planning your next camping trip—and thanks to this new self-inflating system, you can set up camp just about anywhere.
In just 90 seconds, the transforms from a compact aluminum box to a full-size camper that's roomy enough to sleep groups of up to six. The award-winning system expands to about eight feet tall and 121 square feet in total, meaning it can house pretty much everything your family needs for your next outdoor getaway.
Inside the camper, you'll find room for a cozy dinette, a couch, two double beds, a portable toilet, a sink, a stove, and a small fridge. The system can also be set up with running water, electric heat, and an air conditioner to ensure maximum comfort.
Just about any car can tow the sleek-looking trailer (no fancy equipment, certifications, or towing systems necessary!) and it also features a rack system on top that can keep all your gear secure, including bikes, kayaks, boats, and more. While on the move, all of the appliances and furniture can be safely stored under the floor.
You can also buy the space-saving camper without the inflating feature (starting at $18,999), but the Air Opus system, which costs an additional $2,499, means you never have to deal with those fickle tent poles again. An electric pump does all the work—and makes break-down easy, too.
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