Imagine - bringing a Great Name back to the RV industry that carries with it the connotation of True Lightweight Camping!
Imagine - an RV that was a TRUE (and we cant say this strong enough..), TRUE Lightweight.
Imagine - a 12 bunkhouse floorplan with a dinette that converts to a bed, allowing it to sleep four comfortably that weighs a miniscule 1,500 lbs
Imagine - an RV that was 98% RECYCLABLE!
This is the new CAMP LITE from Livin' Lite (see other Livin' Lite reviews
We give you preliminary details below and we'll be giving you much more information soon
... Livin' Lite tells us this new will be showing up on dealers lots in May. Buckle your seatbelts its a new lightweight world!
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An RV that was a TRUE (and we cant say this strong enough..), TRUE Lightweight.
Not like the other so-called ultra lites or feather lites or even micro lites that we saw introduced at the recent Louisville show that weighed in at anywhere from 3,300 lbs. to 4,000 lbs.
No we are talking about a TRUE Lightweight that weighs in at a miniscule 1,500 lbs.!! Think about that for a minute. This is a 12 bunkhouse floorplan with a dinette that converts to a bed, allowing it to sleep four comfortably that weighs LESS THAN HALF of the competition. This isnt a two sleeper that you have to crawl into and sleep in the fetal position. This isnt a model with only 510 interior at its apex, and is more like 4-6 tall everywhere else. This is a true travel trailer with an interior height of 6-5, a full compliment of base and overhead cabinets made of all aluminum, and loads of storage space. We are talking about a camper employing all of the latest technologies, including European-style, lightweight composite windows; fully laminated construction for extra strength; LED exterior lights; sleek diamond-plate accents and which comes in multiple exterior colors including camouflage for outdoorsman!
This is a stand up bunkhouse travel trailer that can be towed by some passenger cars and every minivan and one that will be a hit with the JEEP Nation home to millions of Americans who love the outdoors and the ruggedness of their JEEPs, only to find out that they cant tow even the lightweight enclosed travel trailers on the market (see above) because their vehicle is only rated to tow 2,000 lbs.!
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An RV that was 98% RECYCLABLE!
Not like the pseudo Green campers (whether its the ever.. or earth..) which offer what really in terms of being truly Green-Friendly? They have produced a trailer that requires a full size truck to pull, which burns as much gas and distributes as many toxic fumes into the atmosphere as other, traditional RVs. They have built a trailer which is what, maybe 35% or 40% recyclable??
If the definition of Green to the RV industry before today was replacing the thin luan backer on interior paneling and exterior fiberglass with some sort of material made of mostly composites. but which still features a large steel frame with steel outriggers and steel rims and interiors that were built using 100% wood cabinets with 100% wood doors and drawers and 100% wood and steel framed furniture with glass and steel windows and steel awnings and, and, and.. you get the picture. If that is GREEN enough in todays RV industry to actually associate the name of your company with the term Green then we are going to have to come up with a new term for this new trailer, because that Green is not going to do it.
Just what do you call a travel trailer that is made ENTIRELY out of aluminum and composites? With an aluminum frame; aluminum rims; aluminum flooring; aluminum sidewalls with aluminum interior and exterior skin; aluminum roof trusses laminated with aluminum interior and exterior skin; aluminum cabinetry with aluminum framing, aluminum skin and aluminum doors; aluminum bunks; rotocast plastic dinette bases with composite lids and covers; aluminum and composite dinette table; composite countertops; etc. etc. Well say it again this is an RV that is literally 98% recyclable. How GREEN is that?
We are talking about an RV, that not only will last for decades with minimal to no deterioration. It is an RV which the grandchildren of the person who builds it can then take to their local recycler and have completely recycled! This has not only never been done before. We're not sure its even been thought of.. until now.
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Bringing a Great Name back to the RV industry that carries with it the connotation of True Lightweight Camping!
Back in the 90, there was a name and a product that carried with it the aura of true, lightweight camping. This name was emblazoned upon an innovative product line whose design-engineer earned a patent for the innovation of putting slide-outs in a tent camper. This product name was synonymous with lightweight camping and was known coast to coast both in the U.S. and Canada. This product name was eventually purchased by a larger company which after time let it pass away into the history books. But last year, the original innovative design-engineer, Jim Krider, was able to obtain the rights to the name after it had been vacated and has now teamed up with one of the most innovative lightweight camper companies on the market today LIVIN LITE Recreational Vehicles to produce a NEW GENERATION of Extreme Lightweight Towables.
The lightweight trailer market is about to enter the 21st century and not just in words only. This camper is the real deal.
A new line in the sand has been drawn for those who want to call their trailer lightweight.
The bar has been raised for those who want to call their RVs Green.
The 2010 CAMPLITE Trailer will be showing up on dealers lots in May. Buckle your seatbelts its a new lightweight world!
RoTi will be bringing you more information soon...
"Bringing a Great Name back to the RV industry - A 12 bunkhouse floorplan with a dinette that converts to a bed, allowing it to sleep four comfortably that weighs a miniscule 1,500 lbs"