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HC2 Traveler: Retro-Modern, Lightweight, Fiberglass Travel Trailer by Happier Camper


This is Happier Camper (Instagram)! It’s a lightweight, retro-modern, fiberglass travel trailer. A while back, we told you about the HC1, the company’s smaller camper. Right now, I want to show you their HC2 (also known as the Traveler), which is a little bit bigger.

Since it’s still super-lightweight, it can be towed by almost any vehicle. And it can be more than just a camper, too! It can be used in many other ways. Check it out! The company builds and ships these directly out of California. How cool is that? And it gets better, the campers feature their ADAPTIV™ floor plans, which just means that they’re reconfigurable.

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The Traveler, 17-ft. Retro-Modern Fiberglass Travel Trailers by Happier Camper

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With the adaptive floor plan, you can rearrange the living area for a variety of purposes.

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There’s a sleep mode, lounge mode, dining mode, office mode… You can even take some of the components and use them outdoors!

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Nothing like opening your door to a brand-new, incredible view. With a trailer like this, you can do that!

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See how you can move around the furniture?

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This makes it multiplies functon, and saves space, too!

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This model is known as the HC2, or the Traveler. Some specs/highlights below!

Highlights

  • Lightweight (under 2500 lbs)
  • Fully equipped
  • Full kitchenette
  • Bathroom options available
  • Fiberglass construction
  • Insulated for all-season use
  • Solar-ready power system
  • Water storage
  • Can tow with variety of vehicles
  • Double hull fiberglass shells
  • Honeycomb floor grid
  • Built to last!
  • Shell length: 14′
  • Exterior height: 8′
  • Overall length: 17′
  • Inside width: 6’5″
  • Inside height: 6’5″
  • 5 panoramic windows
  • 85-sq.-ft. of walkable floor space

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  • Avatar jerry dycus
    August 5, 2020, 12:06 pm

    I nice well designed trailer but a pain to change. I’d just set it up 1 way and use it like that than keep changing it.
    Never put the A/C on the roof as too heavy, costly for that style and would cut mileage by several mpg and causes handling problems with the high CG especially on a lightweight trailer. Far better put a window unit at a tiny fraction of the price in the rear window.
    Choosing FG is far better than a metal one as lasts so much longer in much better shape. And you can keep it shiny new looking for yrs by waxing it 2x a yr or keep it out of the sun under a roof and polishing it every 5 yrs or so depending on the color which should be white.

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