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Old 07-14-2015, 08:38 AM   #1
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A Slovakian company will be introducing a new line of egg campers in the coming year. In design since 2008, the urban eggs will eventually get a set of wheels. This could take boondocking to new levels.

Here is a link to the story.
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Old 07-14-2015, 10:13 AM   #2
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Those are SWEET!!! Love the solar AND wind turbine power. And rainwater and morning dew collection--wow!!!
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I want to see the look in Reace's face when someone asks for the "wind turbine" option.
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I guess the black water just dribbles down the slope. Won't be a lot of it though cause there is no surface area to collect rainwater.
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I want to see the look in Reace's face when someone asks for the "wind turbine" option.
This would actually be an easy thing to do, and is already done on a few RVs. There are quite a few wind generators that charge 12V systems. A simple removable mast is all that would be needed to mount it. Storage when not in use may be a bit of a hassle though.

Some folks talk about lots of wind where they camp, and if it is cloudy, this might just be a good option.

Though, maybe not one Reace wants to explore.
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Yes, this forum sometimes creates a lot of wind..........
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Love the idea of boondocking on a mountain top in relative comfort, not sure about how it would play out in other situations over a FGRV.

Would love to see how quiet their turbine is.
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Would love to see how quiet their turbine is.
I've had one on an offshore boat. From below deck it sounded like a Cessna taxiing on deck. Even though it was turning sometimes output was low. They work but now, for me, with solar, there wouldn't be any going back to wind.

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Yes, this forum sometimes creates a lot of wind..........
and by wind you mean gass? .....
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and by wind you mean gass? .....
Isn't that you you power all those windmills over there?
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