Not all campers are made equally, and not all campers have to be big, bulky and frankly, ugly. The Gidget Retro Teardrop Camper, designed by Glenn Wills and Christine Bree, is the opposite of all of those things.
The Gidget Retro Teardrop Camper is small and lightweight, but doesn’t sacrifice much in features. It comfortably fits a queen size bed within, has a 110-Watt solar panel system, skylight, two burner gas cooktop, electric brakes and an on-board security alarm system. The Gidget avoids all things big and bulky, and won’t hog your driveway when it’s not in use. Its aerodynamic design also makes it possible to only use just 10% more fuel consumption when towing versus not towing. The Gidget Retro Teardrop will have two models: the Bondi Original and the Noosa Longline, which adds space for a portable potty compartment and a shower. The company has a third Teardrop design in progress. The Bondi will run you just over $13,000, while the Noosa will cost $16,350.