By Andrew Liszewski
Billed as a “mobile designer suite” instead of a ‘pop-up camper’, the Opera provides many luxuries and amenities you don’t usually associate with camping. For example, features like a teak veranda, ceramic toilet, electrically adjustable beds, water heater, hot air heater and low-energy LED floor lighting aren’t usually things the Boy Scouts head out into the woods with.
But the Opera clearly isn’t targeted at teens looking to earn their fire starting badge, but for people who want a well-appointed “holiday home” that they can literally take anywhere. Heck, I’m even considering giving notice on my apartment and moving into one of these across the street. Unfortunately though, the fact that they don’t throw around terms like ‘affordable’ in the brochure tells me that when the price is revealed there’s probably going to be a lot of zeros on the end.