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Remove yourself from daily stress and recharge your life. All in a Vistabule teardrop trailer with roof-integrated solar energy. Now you can also find peace way off the grid and still have a piece of home. Lights? Fan? Phone? Computer? Camera? Refrigerator? Heater? Not to mention also the snuggly bed and a full-kitchen.
Most noteworthy is the design of the Vistabule Teardrop trailer. For it harkens back to the 1950’s, but the amenities are oh, so new I mean starting with built-in solar panels by Sunflare.
Outdoor adventurists can have flexible solar panels built into the roof. Thereby capturing solar energy throughout the day. That makes it easier to power your stuff at night. You know, so once you are ready to lift your kicks as evening falls. Then all for you to do is open the wine.
The optional, customized panels are flexible and bend with the curve of the trailer’s roof to keep the Vistabule’s beautiful design line highly refined.
The other amenities also leave the 50’s in the dust. Vistabule features several large windows, a full-size sofa bed, interior and exterior lights, a two-burner cooktop, a sink with running water and a remote fan, as well as storage space for all your gear.
The camper even has a collapsible coffee table and drop-down nightstand tables. The trailer itself is light and can be towed by almost any car.
“We’ve worked with Minnesota Teardrop to make it easy to factory-install the SUN2 panels on your spanking new trailer or have them retrofitted to your current gem,” said Philip Gao, CEO of Sunflare. “We want to be flexible.”
Just like the panels.
Bert Taylor CEO Minnesota Teardrop Trailers, manufacturer of the Vistabule said, “When we first started our business, we wanted to make a camping trailer that was beautiful, energy-efficient and would easily blend technology with human comfort. Adding Sunflare solar collection panels to our Vistabule trailers substantially lengthens the time campers can be off the grid, and greatly enhances the entire camping experience.”
Sunflare SUN2 solar panels can charge 2 cells phones fully, run the lights, a fan, charge a computer to 30 percent. As well as run the fridge, all day, AND the heater for 3 hours a day, for 2 1/2 sunny days straight. After that, you probably want to pick up and drive somewhere to recharge your battery. Then go find another beautiful vista. As well as a new point of view, or an off-the-beaten path fishing hole.
And what happens to the excess power after the batteries,are charged?
What type of battery does it use?
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