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Opus Camper launches 2015 model in U.S.

With its Conestoga wagon style design, high quality lightweight build and large living space the OPUS is a camper with a lot to offer, a press release from the organization stated.

The British-Australian developed OPUS camper trailer has won over camping enthusiasts across Europe and Australia – and has now made its way to the United States, the release stated.

OPUS caters to discerning campers with a high quality build, design and lightweight body, it is a unique combination of a small footprint and large inner living space, the release continued.

OPUS features a pram-like unfolding mechanism and was co-developed by the British and Australian arms of RV design think tank Purple Line for the UK’s “glamping” (glamour camping) market and Australia’s tough conditions.

Purple Line USA managing director Paul Liner said the addition of American ingenuity to the British-Australian original has made it a folding camper like no other.

“Our American OPUS differs in many details, particularly the chassis and running gear which are up-specced using experience gained from the tough Australian outback,” he said. “OPUS provides all the comfort any family could require, with the ruggedness needed to get off the beaten path and explore the American wild.

“While the clever folding mechanism is a credit to the British team, and the rugged underpinnings are a triumph of Australian, the interior fit-out is all-American. It has all the amenities Americans want, with a fridge, sink, hob, 12v water pump and tons of storage space, all in a small camper trailer measuring only 13-feet long when closed.”

OPUS has a steel chassis supporting an aluminum frame to create a lightweight but solidly built camper. No woodwork is used in the body structure to provide the highest build quality at the lowest possible tow weight, the release stated.

This strong, lightweight body provides the base for an easily erected tent structure which echoes the mechanism of a Mary Poppins-style pram.

Standard equipment includes two double beds with inner privacy tents, club lounge that converts to an extra bed, front storage bin, 12 Volt and 120 volt power outlets, alloy wheels, sun awning and a storage cover.

The OPUS also boasts electric brakes, branded tent material and zips, and a 7-foot 6-inch ceiling when open.

With orders currently outstripping supply, the OPUS factory is in full swing in East-Bay San Francisco.

Contact www.opuscamper.com or (415) 802 3734 for more details.

About Greg Gerber

Greg Gerber is the editor of Let's RV and the editor of RV Daily Report. A Wisconsin native and father of three grown daughters, he is now based out of Arizona and travels the country in his Winnebago Adventurer motorhome interviewing industry professionals and interesting RVers alike. He can be reached at editor@letsrv.com

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