AnswerID: 479081 Submitted: Thursday, Mar 01, 2012 at 14:13
Member - Serendipity(WA)
We have the Travelander. A hard floor camper with a lot of extras built in making it the best value for money I found in hard floor campers. Easy to set up in that it has an electric remote control arm that opens the camper or closes it. They retail for around $35k but that includes everything - water tanks
, batteries, 2x fridges, 3x burner stove, sink with plumbed water, hot water system and shower, queensized bed that stays made up, lots of storage and more.
You buy it as a slide on tray mount or with the off road trailer
but still able to dismount it from the trailer
if you wish. Very tough as I have taken it all places
and not had any problems with build. We find it cool in hot weather but quite cosy in cold weather. The double tropical roof helps a lot as do the many windows.
The kitchen is very convenient as we can access it without opening the whole unit for a quick lunch stop. We prefer to cook
outdoors as a small camper will choke with cooking fumes. You can move the cooker inside though as there is a gas and water outlet inside.
Just a happy camper and no affiliation with the company.
outback in WA
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FollowupID: 754585 Submitted:
Thursday, Mar 01, 2012 at 17:48
A friend of mine bought the trailer
version, went to Queensland
to pick it up & had an absolute nightmare trip home, could hardly keep it on the road
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FollowupID: 754649 Submitted:
Friday, Mar 02, 2012 at 12:40
We've seen Serendipity's setup - very nice indeed, great unit for two people!
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