2018 T@B 400 - Stargazer window!!
2018 T@B 400 - Stargazer window!!
Teardrop camping is great! Instead of spending time closed inside an Rv, you can enjoy the outdoors more luxurious then sleeping on the ground in a tent! You’ll find you spend more time in nature camping in a teardrop trailer then a traditional Rv, you get to cook outdoors in the kitchen outback while enjoying the campfire and visiting with other campers:) This teardrop is equipped with a queen bed inside with lots of shelves and storage inside. It has a comfortable 3 piece fold up mattress and double doors to make it easier to climb in and out. The bed is 6’2” so most people can sleep in it comfortably. It even has a stargazer window you can lay back and enjoy gazing at the night sky. Also another great feature is the power roof vent to keep you cool during the summer. In the galley you have a sink with electric pump that you can pump water out of a portable water jug if the campground isn’t equipped with a water hose connection. There are 2 drawers to store and put supplies in, as well as a cooler slideout to make it easier to access your cold items.
No climbing or putting objects on roof and no stepping on fenders.
Eddie Bauer 12’ screen room to put over back of hatch to keep sun, rain, and bugs off!
About this RV
About the host
The trailer worked perfect for a weekend getaway.
The owner, Duane, was not there to greet us when we arrived to pickup the trailer. The trailer was not ready for pickup. The stove, comforter, sheets, kitchen supplies were not with the trailer. The owner’s father assisted us. He didn’t seem to know that his son had not prepared the trailer for us, but he did assist us as best he could. That said, as nice as he was, he did not wear a mask or social distance and even said he wasn’t concerned with COVID-19. All of this left us with a very bad first impression. As for the trailer itself, it is pretty sweet. We had a very good time using it on our vacation. However, the stargazing window was without a curtain and the passenger side window had a curtain hanging on a broken rod and was very delicate to close or open. It was obvious that a number of parts used for the trailer were not quality. However, the overall feel was pleasing, as long as you have a very gentle touch. In addition, it is a VERY small trailer. It would not work for people over say 6”. Nice trailer for a quick trip to the Oregon coast, but not much beyond that. And, if you have concerns about the pandemic, be wary, as the owner and his father do not.
The trailer was not ready when we arrived. Many of the items that were supposed to be with the teardrop had to be gathered from the house and brought to the trailer. This was all done by the owner’s dad, as the owner was not there to greet us. Most concerning was that the dad was not wearing a mask, was not social distancing, and even made a statement that he was not concerned about COVID-19. When we dropped the trailer off at the end of our rental, the owner showed the same disdain for COVID-19 considerations. All of this was VERY concerning. As for the trailer, it is pretty sweet. I can’t imagine that it would work for anyone over say 6 feet, as it is very small, but being just 5’6
The teardrop trailer is darling and very practical for a fun camp trip. Very light and hauled easily behind our suv. Duane was very thorough in orientation and responsive with any questions or needs. It was our first time towing so I had some basic questions and he took time to explain and ensure we were comfortable!
1 Photo submitted by Ivy L.
Duane and his teardrop are wonderful. He was great to communicate with and very accommodating. The teardrop is comfortable and fully stocked making for a fantastic experience.
1 Photo submitted by Maureen P.