Gidget Retro Teardrop Camper

For a mini home on wheels, look no further than the Gidget Retro Teardrop Camper. While it may be small, the camper boasts a slide-out queen-sized bed, skylight, two burner gas cooktop, electric brakes and even an on-board security alarm system. To ensure you always stay connected, there’s a 110-watt solar panel system up top. The camper sports an aerodynamic design to ensure you only use just 10% more fuel consumption when towing versus not towing. Pricing starts at $13,000 for the Bondi Original and $16,350 for the larger Noosa Longline, which adds space for a portable toilet compartment and shower. Continue reading for two videos, including one showcasing the entertainment center and more.

“One thing teardrops are generally short on is bunk space. The Gidget has solved this issue with a front slide out that is almost as cool looking as it is functional. Not only that, but an integrated window in the slideout adds ventilation and light. The slideout is a patented feature that nearly doubles interior space, and it’s the only one like it in the world. All of the Gidget’s high quality windows are lockable, fly-screened and double-glazed for energy efficiency. A 110 volt solar system provides power to Gidget’s appliances, entertainment center and interior and exterior LED lighting,” reports Doityourselfrv.


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