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garmin inreach mini 2
Getting out into the wild is the best, and it's also inherently dangerous, for all the same reasons that its awesome. Having a reliable GPS beacon is a very good idea. If you never leave cell range, then you don't need this...but if you're "Getting out there" this might save your life.
Dual band two-way radio
These are so much more versatile than a normal FRS radio like you buy at the camping store. These work on many frequency bands, are relatively high power, and perform WAY better than normal personal radios. They are the most fun, and reliable way to communicate between vehicles that are traveling together. Basically grown-up walky talkies.
cordless air pump
This works so good. It is lithium ion battery powered and charges with usb. It has a regulator too, so you can set it to maintain pressure to whatever it's connected to. This is great for pressurized water systems like road shower.
Notes: I make a simple mount for this to attach to the road-shower. We could put a note on the page for this that shows it with a road-shower. Should probably put a note about this setup on our quote form for the road shower option - an addon sale.
portable stadium seats
These seats are versatile. We like to use them in the cabins of our teardrop trailers. It's the simplest and among the best way to sit up inside a small teardrop trailer. But they're also pretty comfortable, if low-slung, in a variety of situations. I like to bring mine to the river...and my kids soccer games, and other places too.
These boxes are a very nice fit with our Cargo-Management option - which is frequently included with our builds. These boxes are the right size to accommodate the kinds of stuff that you want to bring to camp. They nest together vertically so they are easy to secure together. There is also an extended height lid available that further opens up the options for this box.
We really like these particular LED headlamps. They are bright, small, lightweight, priced very affordably, and are simple looking. They don't look like cartoon weapons. They also have gesture sensing for turning on and off without touching it - perfect for gloved hands.
Mountable water tank
This is the 3.8gal Waterport system. Super convenient for mounting to an accessory receiver - with many other mounting hardware options available.
This tank will provide you with all of the extra water you need on your trip while allowing you to keep it pressurized, contained, and accessible at all times. We often install them onto our trailers by request.
I've used a few things like this over the years...and this is the best so far. It really does set up very easily and quickly...even solo. It's also a little larger than most others that I've used. The floor lifts up when appropriate. It looks better than most other similar products too.
These are great for storing your trailer without worrying about it getting moldy. These are full of moisture absorbing material. They do saturate over time and need dried out. This is accomplished via simple plugging it in. After a few hours, it's good as new. Put it back in.
10' x 10'
Every Teardrop needs a canopy. We use ours almost every time we set up camp. There are very few camp spots that wouldn't benefit from versatile shade or rain protection. Plus you can get both solid and bug-screen wall panels that are affordable, effective, and easy to use. All the cool kids have a canopy.
These are a nice fit for Teardrop trailers, because they are small and low-power. Teardrop trailers are small, so you don't want a high power heater. These also have a built-in thermostat, so it'll manage itself. You do need 120 volts AC power available to use this, from outside of the trailer - or from an inverter.