At last week’s Outdoor Retailer convention in Denver, CO, Happier Camper took the wraps off two new lightweight towables. Both models are based on the company’s existing HC1 travel trailer, including its trademark modularity. But these two new offerings also have their own unique design and functionality that should appeal to a broad audience.
The first of these trailers is the HC1 Studio, which draws inspiration from a small studio apartment. The lightweight RV features an impressive set of features, including a well-appointed kitchenette, a bathroom, and a queen-size bed. It also comes with Happier Camper’s trademark rear hatch and has a built-in water heater, furnace, and 17-gallon fresh and gray water tanks. The trailer is solar-ready and has a dry weight of 1,500 pounds, making it easy to tow behind a family sedan or small SUV.
The other new addition to the Happier Camper catalog is the HC1 Venture. This trailer is designed for use in a commercial capacity, functioning as a mobile workspace, vending platform, or for brand promotions. The Venture has two large pop-open windows, serving bars on either side, and exterior awnings. It also comes with 110v and 220v electrical systems for powering tools and appliances, such as espresso machines, commercial blenders, microwave ovens, and high-capacity freezers and refrigerators.
“We had an incredible response with the original HC1 and always intended to evolve the platform based on feedback from our community,” Happier Camper founder Derek May said in a press release announcing the new towables. “With the HC1 Studio and Venture, we appeal directly to campers that want a self-contained solution as well as businesses who want to take their services to wherever their customers gather.”
Happier Camper says that both the HC1 Studio and HC1 Venture will be available to order soon. For more information on these trailers and the other RVs in the company’s line-up, visit the Happier Camper website.