The Self-Inflating Air-Opus Camper Auto Expands To 121 Square Feet of Camping Space
Date Published: 08/02/2021 11:58 AM
When it comes to camping, who has the time and patience anymore to connect your tent poles, and struggle to get that tent pitched, especially when you're just looking to relax when you get to your campsite. The new Air-Opus trailer will self-inflate and practically set itself up while you sit back and have a beverage. You can then look on at your camping partners as they struggle to set their tent up.
The Air-Opus camping trailer comes packed flat and opens up to a luxurious and roomy trailer stocked with a fridge, a stove, a small sink, a dinette table, a portable toilet, and enough beds and room to sleep up to 6 adults.
Flip a switch, and the Air-Opus will self inflate and set it self up in just 90 seconds. Once fully setup it offers 121 square feet of camping space inside of it, along with 8 feet high ceilings, meaning there'll be plenty of room for you and your family while camping.
With options for running water, electric heat, and even an air-conditioner, the Air-Opus trailer is the perfect solution for those families that love to camp, but aren't quite interested in sweating all night in a hot tent that sits on the ground.
With no certifications or requirements for the trailer, practically any capable car or truck can tow the Air-Opus, and since it's completely flat when packed down, you can even put a rack on the top of it for hauling extra luggage, kayaks, canoes, skis, bikes, and whatever else you might need on your trip.
Other features of the self-inflating camper includes:
- A light 1,550 lb towing weight
- Two fixed double beds (additional double bed in seating area)
- An optional full awning (with 2 extra bedroom pods and large additional living area)
- Pullout storage drawers for coolers and more
- Pullout stove with silverware drawer
- Indoor sink and small cooking area
- A microwave and mini fridge
- Onboard propane connection and tank holder
At a base level the Air-Opus costs right around $19k without the self-inflating capabitlies, but if you would like to add that option on, you're looking at an extra $2.5k. Other versions of the pop-up inflating camping trailer include an off-road version for your extreme adventures, along with a smaller version that just sleeps 2 adults.