No surprise that every traveler’s inner desire to explore the untold has taken him far and beyond. From discovering the world in style with fancy hotels to traversing terrains off-grid with only basics to survive, the possibilities are endless. Spotlighting camping culture with the innovation in the off-road camper market, you can easily leave the city behind for good. So, let’s embrace Boreas Campers EOS-12 with distinctive features making you feel right at home.
Calling for attention is the trailer’s navigation arrangement with the first-of-its-kind Garmin O.N.E. system. Single-touch button connectivity with a tablet facilitates the automation of the camper. The in-built Garmin system dominates the vehicle’s lighting, temperature, power, navigation, and entertainment.
Designed and built in Pueblo, Colorado the trailer banks upon their zero-wood construction eliminating the possibility of decay on the move. Modest in size, this 12-foot sturdy vehicle’s layout relies greatly on heavy-duty steel chassis. Seizing the power of Zamp solar panels and Battle Born batteries, the camper efficiently bears variable terrain with ease on the highway.
Confide in the back entry spacious insulated cabin making space for a family of five with grace to accommodate tall people. Unwind on a queen-sized bed at the end of extra rugged days. The soft bench and a foldable table make for a small dining nook and an additional sleeping area at night, adorned with LED lights.
Built-in shades, window screen, speakers, and a skylight make you feel at home, always! Featuring a wet bath and loaded outdoor galley kitchen, Boreas Campers EOS-12 poses as a perfect package for individuals wanting to explore away from the bustle of city limits. This four-season hybrid rugged trailer throws you truly off-grid in comfort. Understandably, the cost for this durable camper touches a whopping price tag of $79,990.
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