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  • ATTACHED SETUP: 4-5 PERSON CREW

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    ATTACHED SETUP: 4-5 PERSON CREW

    Canvas room enclosure not shown.

    Canvas room enclosure not shown.

    The diagram shows the camper setup in a typical 4-5 person crew. (using the vehicle’s available trunk space only)

    It features an example configuration of an X-large kitchen that can be typically accommodated by a large SUV

    An accompanying canvas enclosure (not shown) can be used to provide shelter for the camper kitchen and seal off the sleeping quarters from the outside elements at the same time

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    PROS OF ATTACHED-TO-VEHICLE CAMPER CONFIG

    Fastest Setup Time When Arrived Late to Camp Site.

    Camper unit forms a safe obstructive barrier when sleeping with back door open.

    CONS OF ATTACHED-TO-VEHICLE CAMPER CONFIG

    Unable to simply drive off to explore without first packing up.

    Can accommodate Superior sleep mode but not Standard or Deluxe.

  • DETACHED SETUP: 4-5 PERSON CREW

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    DETACHED SETUP: 4-5 PERSON CREW

    Canvas room enclosure not shown.

    Canvas room enclosure not shown.

    The diagram shows the camper setup in a typical 4-5 person crew. (using the vehicle’s available trunk space only)

    It features an example configuration of an X-large kitchen that can be typically accommodated by a large SUV

    For superior or deluxe sleep modes, an accompanying canvas enclosure (not shown) can be used to seal off the sleeping quarters from outside elements.

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    PROS OF DETACHED-FROM-VEHICLE CAMPER CONFIG

    The user is able to configure any of the 3 sleeping modes. (Standard, Superior or Deluxe Mode)

    Able to drive off to explore by leaving the main detached camper unit at base camp.

    CONS OF DETACHED-FROM-VEHICLE CAMPER CONFIG

    Needs a separate shelter e.g. tarp or canopy for detached camper unit.

    Few more steps to be performed to detach camper unit from vehicle.

  • ATTACHED SETUP: 2 PERSON CREW

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    ATTACHED SETUP: 2 PERSON CREW

    Access sleeping quarters via vehicle side doors only. Canvas room enclosure not shown.

    Access sleeping quarters via vehicle side doors only. Canvas room enclosure not shown.

    This diagram shows how a 2 person crew setup is able to utilize the unused 2nd row seat space to incorporate more camper modules for larger kitchen or extra storage.

    Canvas enclosure can be used to seal off sleeping quarters for superior sleep mode and shelter camper components from weather at the same time.

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    PROS OF ATTACHED-TO-VEHICLE CAMPER CONFIG

    Fastest Setup Time When Arrived Late to Camp Site.

    Camper unit forms a safe obstructive barrier when sleeping with back door open.

    CONS OF ATTACHED-TO-VEHICLE CAMPER CONFIG

    Unable to simply drive off to explore without first packing up.

    Can accommodate Superior sleep mode but not Standard or Deluxe.

    In order to construct a bigger camper platform to utilize the unused 2nd row seat space for a 2 person travel crew, extra steel bracketing systems needs to be incorporated into the existing camper unit to cater for the extra weight and capacity.

    Users can further convert extra storage space from unused 2nd row seating area by permanently removing the 2nd row passenger seats altogether. In its place, they can incorporate a spacious flip top cabinet as well as open side storage areas for camp chairs, poles, etc.

  • DETACHED SETUP: 2 PERSON CREW

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    DETACHED SETUP: 2 PERSON CREW

    See-through canvas for illustrative purposes only.

    See-through canvas for illustrative purposes only.

    This diagram shows the versatility of the fully mechanized roll out platform and the types of camper modules or amenities it can support.

    In this example configuration, the user selects these various add-ons (not included with purchase of base units): X-Large Kitchen, Personal Storage Shelves & Flip Top Storage Cabinets.

    Canvas enclosure is used to seal off sleeping quarters and to configure any of the 3 sleeping modes I.e. standard, superior or deluxe.

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    PROS OF DETACHED-FROM-VEHICLE CAMPER CONFIG

    The user is able to configure any of the 3 sleeping modes. (Standard, Superior or Deluxe Mode)

    Able to drive off to explore by leaving the main detached camper unit at base camp.

    CONS OF DETACHED-FROM-VEHICLE CAMPER CONFIG

    Needs a separate shelter e.g. tarp or canopy for detached camper unit.

    Few more steps to be performed to detach camper unit from vehicle.

    Porta-potti is not included in shower unit package.

    Porta-potti is not included in shower unit package.

    This diagram shows the versatility of the fully mechanized roll out platform and the types of camper modules or amenities it can support.

    In this example configuration, the user selects these various add-ons (not included with purchase of base units): X-Large Kitchen, Personal Storage Shelves & Flip Top Storage Cabinets.

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    SHOWER FEATURES:

    Can zip up shower curtains for privacy and act as changing room.

    Highlights 2 sets of removable solar heated water tanks and 2 sets of removable grey water tanks at base of cubicle.

    If no sun is shining at shower area, place individual solar tanks to where sun is shining.

    Purpose of grey water tank to collect wastewater and keep shower area dry. Dispose wastewater at public toilet when convenient camper unit to cater for the extra weight and capacity.

    Diagram of collapsed shower room

    Space saving design

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    In order to construct a bigger camper platform to utilize the unused 2nd row seat space for a 2 person travel crew, extra bracketing systems needs to be incorporated into the existing

    Users can further convert extra storage space from unused 2nd row seating area by permanently removing the 2nd row passenger seats altogether. In its place, they can incorporate a spacious flip top cabinet as well as open side storage areas for camp chairs, poles, etc.