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Old 02-15-2009, 10:32 AM   #1
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Just wondering if anyone has seen one of these? They look very interesting and fit our lifestyle. Looks like the firm might be in the south.
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I saw these, or a similar brand, at the Tampa RV Show in 2008. They are nice but I don't think they're intended to be used as a recreational vehicle to haul all over the country. My impression of it was to tow it to a park or a dedicated lot and set it up as a park model. I don't think they have fresh water tanks, waste holding tanks, on-board propane, 12 volt systems, etc.
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Old 02-15-2009, 11:06 AM   #3
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Howdy Richard-
They claim to be something you can haul and use anywhere. Custom built to fit your needs they say. Composting toilet, all electric (generator or landline needed) but they will do propane too. We're doing some research and report back.
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One of the Reservations in northern sanDiego County was selling 'lots' with one of those trailers on them. Lake views. And the trailer was indeed beautiful, no doubt about that.
The ones we looked into actually had '2nd story' lofts in them.
They are road transportable, but in my limited viewing of them i wouldn't call them easy to RV around in though at all. Great idea for a transportable cabin but not quite a daily driver. Check out their suspension/brakes.
I would love to hear more about them.
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I saw these, or a similar brand, at the Tampa RV Show in 2008. They are nice but I don't think they're intended to be used as a recreational vehicle to haul all over the country. My impression of it was to tow it to a park or a dedicated lot and set it up as a park model. I don't think they have fresh water tanks, waste holding tanks, on-board propane, 12 volt systems, etc.
I saw them at the Tampa Show too. They seemed heavy.

The 10 foot width would make it a wide load and require special road permits wouldn't it?

The composting toilet is an interesting feature. By product is similar to Millorganite on many and can be used as a lawn and ornamental fertilizer.

Site says all that is required to setup is a water hose.

They mentioned on their site that they have all wooden showers with cork floors and are looking for someone to send them some wild ducks.
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You'd definitely turn heads.
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