The tigermoth camper trailer is made for off-the-grid living
the ‘tigermoth’ camping trailer is a versatile mobile home that makes living off-the-grid a reality. its robust and lightweight structure enables the camper to be towed by most 4×4 vehicles: with a dry weight of 900 lbs, it can be towed to most remote locations. according to the american-manufacturer this camper trailer lets people live out in the open for, ‘seven+ days’, while packing more handy survival features than a swiss-army knife
the taxa outdoors ‘tigermoth’ camping trailer’s large side-hatch entrance allows easy access for loading / unloading, or just enjoying scenery from all angles. the camper features built-in LED lights, 12V power outlets, running water, and optional solar panels. when the mobile home is in transit, a tow vehicle connection recharges its battery while hauling. its exterior also has USB ports, a mounted toolbox, roof racks, plus front + roof cargo decks for carrying extra equipment.