This lightweight camper is the answer to rising fuel costs since with a weight of 1,300 lbs you can tow it with most cars.
It’s funky looking yet shaped to where it’s somewhat aerodynamic. Garrett Finney is the man behind the company.
He was a NASA engineer and wanted to take his expertise to design extremely tiny spaces like The Cricket.
It’s the solution between a tent and an RV. I like to think of it as a mash up of a pop up travel trailer and a teardrop camper with NASA engineering.
The Cricket has an extra wide door so you can get in and out easy. There are plenty of windows throughout to keep the breeze coming in. And don’t worry, they’re meshed to protect you from mosquitos.
The Cricket Trailer has a Popup Hard Top Roof
The roof takes 20 seconds to pop up which gives you 6’2″ of height inside. The rear door can be lifted and then used as an awning for shade. Good thinking!
Standard Features for The Cricket Travel Trailer
The Cricket can sleep two adults but you can also add a sleeping loft for kids. It has a number of configurations for different situations like:
- Folding couch
- Separate beds
- Combined bed
- Rotating table
- Kitchen counter
- Stainless steel sink
- Clean and grey water storage
- 12-volt electrical system
The Cricket Price
For a 15′ by 6.5′ trailer it has a lot of features and the company offers a variety of options to customize it for your own needs which includes even more options like:
- Cook top
- Shower system
- Portable toilet
- Air conditioner
- Solar panels
Pricing starts at $14,000 in the United States.
Cricket Trailer Video Review
Cricket Video Slideshow
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