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    NOW THIS ONE IS - A RIVAL FOR A ROMNI

    Hi from the States this is a neat little tugger - and I am being serious this time - We Cover Leisure ought to look at some of the ideas in this little caravan it would probably sell in this country.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CTxJcqvMdGg

    Jon
    Amor omnia vincit et nos cedamus amori

    #2
    That is sooooooooooooooooo cute and versatile. I love it.

    It isn't all white either !!

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      #3
      Originally posted by kernowjon View Post
      Hi from the States this is a neat little tugger - and I am being serious this time - We Cover Leisure ought to look at some of the ideas in this little caravan it would probably sell in this country.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CTxJcqvMdGg

      Jon
      Too stark inside for me and what do you do with all the "modular" bits when not in todays plan?
      A brilliant concept, even mind boggling, but enough to drive me up the wall!
      I like to jump in my caravan knowing where everything is and ready to hand without modifying the whole internal set-up and being able to jump in it and relax in seconds.
      Not for me! My Romini is COSY! Not a word that can be applied to this (admittedly clever) concept.
      I will stick with my Romini!
      Jim.
      Keeping people waiting is stealing a part of their lives.

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        #4
        Yeah, I'm with Jim on this one. All clever stuff but as Jim points out, it seems a bit stark and plasticcy. Having a dog, I would have to buy some carpet to prevent Echo from sliding about, or to prevent damage from her claws. - Or buy some of the tailor-made carpet pieces, probably at enormous expense! My little Rosie is cosy too, I have no plans to swap her for anything else, however trendy or apparently more adaptable. Oh, and the 'standing room' is only down the centre aisle, guess who'd be bumping her head continuously on the lower bits of roof!

        I didn't watch the video right through I'm afraid, so no idea whether any mention was made of weight. Oh, and no fridge, or did I miss something?

        Has this American company pinched/adapted the Swift Base Camp plan?
        Cynthia.

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          #5
          CyberCynth,off topic but did you attend a Woosiefest once ,

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            #6
            Originally posted by deli dave View Post
            CyberCynth,off topic but did you attend a Woosiefest once ,
            I did indeed; a few years ago now.
            Cynthia.

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              #7
              Thought I recognised the name,regards to you.

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                #8
                Thanks Dave, regards to you too. Regrettably I can't put a face to your name!
                Cynthia.

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                  #9
                  We were a couple of vans nearer the toilet block ,had a black hyundai van and an indiana van. remember your lovely dog. Have since changed black van to a camper :-)

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by deli dave View Post
                    We were a couple of vans nearer the toilet block ,had a black hyundai van and an indiana van. remember your lovely dog. Have since changed black van to a camper :-)
                    Echo? Once seen never forgotten! She looks drop-dead gorgeous at the moment following a drastic trim-up when the weather was warmer!
                    Cynthia.

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