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The Luxury Travel Trailer Pop-Up for Family Camping

RVs January 11, 2016

The Luxury Travel Trailer Pop-Up for Family Camping

Let’s look at a couple models for the Opus travel trailer camp unit:

Here’s the Opus Luxury (their big fancy model, relatively speaking):

Standard features for Opus Camper travel trailer pop-ups:

Two double foam mattresses
Kitchenette work top
Stainless steel sink
Two ring gas burner stove
Leatherette club lounge which converts into an additional Bed
3-Way Fridge
LED floor lighting
Living area and bed-end skylights
Two inner privacy tents
Storage Cover
Sun Awning
30amp mains hook up & mains extension lead
12v battery hook up
Steel chassis with independent torsion suspension
2’’ hitch-ball hook up
R14 Alloy Wheels
Electric brakes and breakaway cable
Drop down stabiliser legs
Mains water inlet and 12v water system

More features for the luxury model:

The Luxury Travel Trailer Pop-Up for Family CampingFull Awning with extension pods that sleep an additional 4 people
Portable cassette toilet
Microwave
Three ‘Light-a-Life’ LED lights
12v RV Battery
Two 6gl water carriers
Shower Tent and 5gl solar shower
Cinema system
Memory foam mattress upgrade

So that’s the biggest one. Now lets look at the most basic model. And here is a gallery.

 

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