My parents owned an RV when I was a kid. I have several cherished memories of taking it out with my family; the thrill of the open road and sense of adventure were exciting. Unfortunately now that I’m older, I simply don’t have the space to keep a large RV on the side of my house. That’s why this small camper excites me. Watch her pull the handle out….crazy!
It’s called the Gidget Retro Camper, and it was created by an Australian developer. The camper has a television entertainment set and sink with refrigerators. Some models even include showers with hot water. It’s powered by solar panels, so it’s great for people looking to reduce their carbon footprint!
Pay close attention as she reveals the rear portion of the camper. The rear camper shell can double as an overhang that will provide some shade in the sun, or some shelter in the rain, for whoever ends up cooking out back. If you’re camping somewhere windy, there’s even an accessory windshield that isn’t featured in the video, but is available to protect whatever you end up cooking up on the stove top.
Best of all, it won’t break the bank (too much, at least). While the average brand new RV costs over $100,000, the Gidget is only $15,000.