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The Roamer 1 is an Off-Road Trailer that can compete against the best in the world. In the Overlanding world, Australia is recognized as setting the gold standard in the off-road trailer category, but with the American manufactured Roamer 1 camper, that’s about to change.

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Features of the off-grid trailer made for any adventure. 

Insulation:

The ROAMER 1 has the best insulation you will find on the market. The walls are almost 4” thick. This insulation was originally used in trailers built for ice fishermen on the Canadian borders in Negative 40 degree F. Extreme cold will not penetrate the ROAMER 1.

Not only can it hold up in some of the coldest places you will find anywhere in the world, but it can easily endure the other end of the spectrum as well. Sitting in the desert in 100+ degrees, it can easily keep a cool temperature below 70 degrees inside the trailer.

It’s made with composite material that has zero wood. The one piece composite extends the entire length of the walls, floor and ceiling. With one piece, composite, and no aluminum studs this cuts thermal bridging from the outside to inside. It’s truly revolutionary!

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Parts and Construction:

The ROAMER 1 has been equipped with some of the best materials and components in the world. Parts like the Truma from Germany and the isotherm fridge from Italy. The quality of these components stand side by side with gear you find on a yacht! You know, those nice boats that can cost upwards of 10 million dollars? You could think of the ROAMER 1 as the Lamborghini of the off-road camper world.

Off-Road Capability:

The ROAMER 1 can compete with any other off-road camper when it comes to off-road capability. This unit is equipped with CruiseMaster ATX Airbag Suspension. When it comes to off-roading, independent suspension is king, and that is exactly why the ROAMER 1 has it. Each tire can move independently of the others, allowing you to easily pivot and handle all those holes and rocks along the way. If your truck can get there, the ROAMER 1 will effortlessly come along for the ride.

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Staying off-Grid:

So often we want to extend our adventures out in nature, but something always brings us back. Whether it’s not enough water, or not enough power in our batteries, the adventures always seem to get cut shorter than we want.

This trailer has power like nothing else. An enormous battery bank of 1080 amps of lithium power and 1240 watts of solar feeding those batteries and external ports to add briefcases.

In the heat you can run your air conditioner off this massive battery bank. Using a 12 volt high efficiency, air conditioner. In the cold, the Propane Truma is one of the most efficient heaters on the market. 

At 60 gals water and no black tank to empty your off grid trip can truly be extended. The ROAMER 1 has an ingenious way to extend your water tanks further than you could imagine. This trailer enables you to pump from a stream with an inline pump. With a portable filtration system, you can easily pump and stay on your adventure forever.

The ROAMER 1 is truly in a class by itself! An ultimate adventure rig!

For full specifications check HERE

To view the ROAMER 1 in person, give ROA OFF-ROAD a call: 801-860-0035

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Raised in beautiful but rainy England, Andy moved to the sunny climes of Southern California in 1995 and hasn’t looked back since. Two and half decades working in the outdoor, bike and surf industries has given him a thirst for adventure and living life without a ceiling. When not working on the website, he can be found surfing Californian beaches, or in remote mountain or desert areas, either primitive camping, mountain biking or embarking upon vehicle assisted adventure in the backcountry with one of The Adventure Portal rigs.

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