The Happier Camper HC1: A Modular Camper To Fit Your Needs.


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Categories: Camping, Mobility

With a modular interior that adapts to meet your needs, the Happier Camper HC1 can make your excursions more comfortable no matter what you're doing. Dubbed Adaptiv, the interior uses a grid-like system that lets you swap out counters, sinks, beds, and seating areas on-the-fly, transforming to match your demands. Outside, there's a vintage-style two-tone paint job, with oversized fenders, a large rear hatch, a roomy entry door, and panoramic windows to let in plenty of light. Available in five colors, and designed and built in California.

Dreaming of a summer road trip adventure? You’ll love the Happier Camper HC1, a retro-modern tiny trailer with a LEGO-like modular interior. Designed for off-grid use, this solar-powered camper features an adorable round-edged vintage shell reminiscent of the two-tone VW vans. Reconfiguring the tiny camper interior is a snap with “Adaptiv,” a modular system that allows users to swap out furniture components and create a variety of livingspaces—from a five-person bedroom to akitchen—in a matter of minutes.

Weighing in at just 1,100 pounds (500 kilograms), the ultra-lightweight HC1 travel trailer can be easily pulled by small cars. Its 100% high-quality fiberglass shell comes in a colored gel coat of your choice and is outfitted with a roomy rear hatch, side entry door, beveled wheel flares, and three large panoramic windows that bring in plenty of natural light. The compact camper measures 13 feet (4 meters) in length and approximately 7 feet (2.1 meters) in width, and can fit in a standard single parking space.

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