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Camp365 Transformer Trailer

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Nov 1, 2018

Category: Living

Portable campers have seen a tremendous resurgence in the past few years, thanks to a heightened focus on unconventional and innovative design elements. What’s more surprising is that it’s rare to see an aesthetically pleasing camper trailer that shares a knack for steadfast design, rugged materials, and more quality-of-life add-ons than you can shake a stick at — which is where Camp365 comes in.

Camp365’s Transformer is a 7 x 4-foot collapsible tow trailer that expands into a (near) 100-square-foot camper. It weighs just under 1500 pounds, and sports a mechanical lift assist that helps to kick off the sub-ten-minute transformation time. It supports up to six travelers, and comes with a dizzying list of amenities, like a portable pull-out stove, a standard height toilet, a DC-powered refrigerator, and 39 cubic feet of dry storage. The trailer also supports add-ons such as utility racks, an outdoor shower, and a seven-point leveling system to make sure your weekend expedition doesn’t go sideways.

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