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Old 11-04-2018, 08:31 PM   #1
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2015 Escape 21 for sale in Washington State

Our gently used and pampered 21’ Escape Travel Trailer is on sale for $27,000. Always stored indoors, it still looks like new inside and out, and the original factory tires are still in excellent condition. In addition to the many factory upgrades, also included (see photos) is a very unique gas pedestal mounted bistro table for maximum enjoyment of the u-shaped lounge. It’s very convenient for smaller meals and drinks, or it can be lowered to use as a foot rest. Also included is the full size factory Escape Dinette table for larger meals.


The following list identifies the optional upgrades from Escape Travel Trailer Industries:


Front storage box
Power tongue jack
U-shaped Dinette
Upgraded fabric (exquisite Sunbrella Tango Mink @ $46 per yard)
Upgraded Formica (Burnished Glaze)
2-way hot water tank
3-burner stainless steel stove, stove cover and range hood
Stainless steel sink and chrome faucet
Microwave
TV ready with 120V outlet and wall mount extendable TV arm
Extra 12V interior outlets
Upgraded interior/exterior lighting with additional fixtures and switches
Counter extensions (2)
Air Conditioning
Digital thermostat
Cubby bins
Front window w/protective awning (great option for extra light and keeping an eye on tow vehicle)
Bath window
Additional access door for under bed storage
Upgraded interior wall reinforcing
Foot flush toilet w/shut-off valve
Extra insulation package, including dual pane windows
Spray-in floor insulation, including heated holding tanks (excellent insurance against unexpected freeze)
Heavy-duty dual 6V batteries (we have dry camped for 7 days with these on a single charge)
Surge protector
Aluminum rims
Upgraded metallic red graphics
Removable power chord
Rear hitch receiver w/electric connector (easy addition of a bike rack)

Additional extras:

Additional Tango Mink fabric sufficient to re-cover all cushions!
Cabinet-quality pull-out drawer to enhance usability of under bed storage
Cabinet-quality cubbies at end of bed (lift-out removable returns trailer to stock cabinet configuration)
All stainless gas lift pedestal. Typically found in expensive yachts, it has a retail price of well over $1,000.
Andersen WD anti-sway hitch also available for additional $250 (like new since hitch not used)

Right or wrong, my rationale for options intentionally not ordered:

1. Solar - expensive unprotected panels exposed to hail, falling branches, etc.

2. Inverter – not needed since most devices are available that operate directly on 12V (and using 12V directly is more efficient than inverting 12V to 120V.) The obvious exception is the microwave – but I wouldn’t use this appliance while dry camping because of the heavy draw on the batteries.

3. Exterior shower - this external plumbing fixture is not insulated and thus poses a risk if caught in a freeze
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Old 11-04-2018, 09:22 PM   #2
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Where are the batteries physically located in your unit?
I would need access for a freestanding solar setup

Thank you
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Old 11-04-2018, 10:03 PM   #3
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The batteries are located under the dinette bench seat, passenger side.
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Old 11-05-2018, 02:38 PM   #4
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My husband and I are interested in your rig, it looks perfect for us! How can I contact you? I sent you a private message as well.
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Old 11-05-2018, 04:54 PM   #5
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Hi Ellen, thank you for contacting me. I have replied to your private message with contact information.
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Old 11-05-2018, 06:04 PM   #6
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What does the drawer under the bed run on? Do you have drawer slides or what. Thanks much. Just looking at ideas.
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Old 11-06-2018, 12:57 AM   #7
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Good Morning Greg -
What kind of "quick connect" is there that allows you switch table tops ?
What is the size of the drawer under the bed ? Is it on rollers/slide/? ?
Is there a second door under the bed by the shower ?
Is the four hole cubby by the bed build by ETI or did you make it ?
Thank You Gred for Your Time & Considerations.
Have A GReat Day & A Better Weekend.
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Old 11-06-2018, 03:00 PM   #8
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Upgrade Questions

There have been several questions regarding the enhancements shown in my interior photos. Though not related to the sale of my trailer, I am happy to try and answer questions from those considering similar modifications to their Escape 21. The cubby cabinet that you see in the photo was not available from Escape at the time of my purchase in April 2015. It was a bit of a carpentry challenge due to the curved nature of the Escape 21 exterior walls, but well worth the effort to have this handy storage location for so many additional miscellaneous items.

The large storage drawer shown in the interior photo was made as part of a major revamp of the entire under-bed storage area. Although vast in size, I found the convenience and usability of this large storage area problematic. We found it difficult to get down on our hands and knees and peer into this cavernous space looking for something that we were pretty sure should be in there somewhere. And equally difficult, if not impossible, was finding the strength to lift the mattress and bedding to open this large area from the top. So, I partitioned this under-bed storage area into three separate cabinets. One cabinet is 32”L x 14”W x 13”H and is serviced by the drawer that you see in the photo. If you have gliding issues, use stick-on Teflon tape on the bottom of the cabinet!

A second cabinet was constructed adjacent to this one moving toward the bathroom. We use this cabinet as our clothes hamper. A small hinged access door was added to the top where dirty laundry is dropped in, and the Escape installed cabinet door on the bottom is used to pull out clothes on laundry day. The top door is easy to open since it is just a small corner of the mattress that need be lifted. The third area toward the head of the bed is accessible from the exterior hatch.
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Old 11-06-2018, 03:49 PM   #9
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is it hard to go from round table to big table? i like the round table but i sometimes use that area for an extra bed.
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Old 11-06-2018, 04:22 PM   #10
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Round Table to Bed

This is a very easy conversion. You simply push down the gas rise pedestal and lock into position, then pull out two lightweight boards - one from behind each of the two side dinette back cushions. Of course, you can also use the large dinette table stored under the permanent bed mattress since the round table drops below the height of the ledges. But no need to bother with that since the two small boards are right there handy and each one is so much lighter and easier to handle than the large dinette table. Worried about the strength of those lightweight boards? No need to fret about that - once the bed is made simply loosen the levers allowing the gas rise pedestal with round table to push up and support the boards from below; then re-lock pedestal. It is a wonderful system.
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