Lets face it. Not everyone has or want a big and powerful automobile to tow around a camper, but even so, that does not mean that one should go without camper. The Air Opus Inflatable Camper Trailer you see here provides a chance for individuals or family who long for a camper without the heft and bulk. Think of Air Opus as a cross between a tent and a camper, but without the hassle of struggling with poles, or cranking system – thanks to the “Air Poles” that inflate swiftly (or 90 seconds, to be exact) via an integrated 12V battery-powered electric pump.
Perhaps, most critically, it is lightweight to be towed by small vehicles and in its “flatpack” mode, the flat top provides addition space for strapping on a bunch of other adventure gear like skis, bikes, or even kayaks. And when inflated, it offers an outdoor living space with a generous 8-foot ceilings and a roomy 20 feet interior. But make no mistake. This thing is no tent as evident by the existence of a leather u-shaped dinette with a removable table, a couch that doubles as an additional sleeping space, a galley kitchen – complete with stove, stainless steel sink and a fridge, a portable toilet, and electric heating and air conditioning. So, a tent, you say? Absolutely not. It is way more.
A standard Air Opus offers accommodation for up to six with two double beds located on each end of the trailer and they each has interior zip, thereby affording occupants to have their privacy whenever they so desire. So, I guess it is a good news for those who love sleeping naked, eh? Another draw here is probably is its flexibility. Air Opus is designed to fit on any of Opus’ standard trailers. But it will cost you quite a bit. However, it is probably more affordable then space-devouring, traditional camper. Speaking of which, Opus Campers carry a starting sticker of $18,999 and adding the Air Opus will set you back at an additional $2,499. Skip ahead for more images and a product video.