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70 Sq. Ft. Lightweight Happier Camper

This is the ultra-lightweight HC1 Happier Camper that you can tow with most cars. It offers 70 sq. ft. of space and about 42 sq. ft. of walkable space.

It features Adaptiv™ modular interior for maximum utility. The multi-functional interior platform comes standard (see below) along with features like a large rear hatch, wide entry door, classic wheel fenders, honeycomb fiberglass floor, large panoramic windows, and more.

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70 Sq. Ft. Lightweight Happier Camper

70 Sq. Ft. Lightweight Happier Camper

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Learn more: http://happiercamper.com/

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  • Avatar jerryd

    Very nice. A composite trailer like this is useful so many ways and hold up well.
    It’s also fairly aero will help at highway speeds in small tow cars.

  • Avatar Cooltruth

    This is just the thing for traveling. It’s light enough to not ruin your mileage & maybe I could pull it to re-orient if desired. Like the modular design & that you can remove tables & stuff for more room inside.

  • Avatar chris

    Oh boy, another thing that I think is perfect to look at, then the price tag takes my breath away, nearly $16000!!! When will we see something that can accomplish 70% of the same things(lightweight,adaptable) that can cost 50% less. I can’t justify my “new” car budget on just something to tow behind my current vehicles which will only become more worn down when I take this awesome piece of art out for camping EVERY weekend. This, as well as the other lightweight “transformer” style camper is just up my ally as I don’t want to have to own a GIANT truck that my wife won’t be able to see over the steering wheel with, just to tow almost every other product on the market with similar SIZE/SPACE inside. I certainly hope there will be a future product that can come in a little closer to my “budget”, but we will have to replace one of our vehicles soon and so this is just window shopping I am doing now.

  • Avatar Liz

    Pretty cool little camper.

  • Avatar Cate

    My 13ft 2015 Casita trailer cost less than this one & is fully self contained. What are these people thinking? Greed!

    • Avatar Varenikje

      I just looked at the Casita trailer and it even has a toilet and sink and stove. I’m not in the market for something like this, but the comparison is inevitable.

  • Avatar Steve in Palm Bay

    Cate those Casitas are so cool!

    I tend to not even give “greed” a thought…..in a truly free market economy the greedy get trampled by the inovative. Great thing about America is that we are free to build a better mousetrap……hence your Casita!

  • Avatar Donald

    They look good

  • Avatar Barbara

    Who on earth could be happier about that price tag? That’s a scarier scenario than I’d contemplate!

  • I have seen this little camper every where, and I can’t believe what a big hit it has made among so many diverse groups.. It is so simple, yet sporty, and fashionable among those who travel along those lines.. Then there are the family groups who it would be a little snug but yet they manage within its small confines… Then there are those who just are travelers in need of lodging at the end of a day’s journey, and they to settle for it small confines rather than a hotel, or motels lodging.. So it would not surprize me at all should I find someone living in it full time.. Hey who am I to judge, and even if I did judge would it really matter to anyone if I did …? LoL..! Small but yet so big a deal is this little humble abode…!

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