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Zen Den Tiny ‘Om’ on Wheels

This is the Zen Den Tiny ‘Om’ on Wheels.

It’s designed so you can use it as your own personal sanctuary, tiny guest house, travel trailer, or anything else you can think of for it. What would you use yours for?

It starts at $43,500. Learn more below. Thanks!

The Zen Den Tiny ‘Om’ on Wheels: Your Personal Sanctuary and Traveling Cabin

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  • Roof top deck
  • High ceilings inside
  • Built for travel
  • Lightweight
  • Off-grid options available
  • 12′ long, 7’6″ wide and 11′ tall
  • Dual-paned windows
  • Starts at $43,500


  1. Details, Pricing & Ordering
  2. Features
  3. Zen Den Tiny Om

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  • Eric
    April 18, 2018, 6:02 pm

    Very nice, but I guess you get to go to the bathroom outside so you can be in touch with nature…

    • James D.
      April 19, 2018, 12:17 am

      Original article on this indicates there’s a Laveo Dry Flush Toilet…

      So you just can’t take a shower, as it only has 15 gallon fresh water tank, but the kitchen has hot water…

      Limited features but it’s really only intended for backyard private space with the capability to easily take it on weekend type glamping trips for those who just need a little time away from the normal daily grind…

  • Michael
    April 19, 2018, 7:30 am

    16ft is great for travel. However no bathroom is a no go for me. The RV Industry shows how to put a bathroom even at this small foot print.
    Overall price tag seems to me for the base hefty already and adding some features brings it to a level which doesn’t fit to size.

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