Campmaster Is an Inflatable Glamping Solution in a…

Campmaster Is an Inflatable Glamping Solution in a…

Campmaster Is an Inflatable Glamping Solution in a…

Some people are into massive overlanding and off-road capable machines that can keep them alive in any circumstance, while others just need a simple and lightweight solution with which to camp out overnight and free of any insects; just the basics, as I like to call it. Well, the Campmaster Air is just that: a simple, lightweight, and affordable solution to getting out into the wild.

Folks, the world of campers and travel trailers is a massive one, but every once in a while, I encounter a habitat that’s simple, easy to use, offers the basics to keep us comfortable on a summer night, and, above all, won’t rip a hole in our pockets.

That said, I’ve decided to shed light on the Campmaster Air 1000LX, the unit you see before you today. While it’s not the most extravagant glamping solution around, it does only cost £5,600, so a tad over $7,000 (at current exchange rates). Not too much, not too little, but for two people, it’ll do just fine.

Photo: Camperlands UK

Now, the Campmaster starts with nothing more than a compact and lightweight shell built out of fiberglass. Not only does this material ensure that the elements do reach the goods inside, but if you take care of this construction, it can last for decades.

As for how compact this thing is, according to the manufacturer, Camperlands UK, in tow mode, we’re looking at a unit with a width of 101 cm and a length of 256 cm with the drawbar. Furthermore, it’s so tiny that you can store it upright by leaning it against a friggin wall by using the luggage rack. The tent, bed, and everything else will weigh 326 kg (719 lbs). That’s light enough to be towed by certain motorcycles.

However, the Campmaster shows off its true magic the moment you arrive at that spot on your map. So, for the remainder of this article, pretend you own one of these babies, and let’s take a bit of a trip through imagination so that we may get a feel for what’s in store.

After you finally find that treeline, forest clearing, or beach you’ve been looking for, stabilize your Campmaster on some flat ground, unhitch your vehicle, and let’s get the party started. It’s at this stag party that you’ll pop open the lid on this unit and unload the tent habitat. Yes, it’s a two-part design, with the trailer appearing only after pitching the inflatable tent.

Campmaster Air 1000LX

Photo: Camperlands UK

Considering that only three inflatable beams are in place here, the setup is actually rather quick. Check out the setup guide below to see how all that goes down. Once inflated, the tent creates three spaces: one is meant as a lounge toward the entrance of the unit, the second is the bedroom created with the presence of the trailer, and the third is a bathroom annex where you can easily add a toilet and shower.

With the tent up, it’s time to roll in the trailer and create our bedroom. First, you’ll need to install two support legs into the trailer’s roof rack, slide them in place, unfold them, and that’s your bedroom—well, almost. A mattress accompanies your stay, and you’ll need to connect part of the tent to the trailer. That’s it!

The rest of your campsite is open to your needs and plans. Maybe you want to use that foyer for nothing other than a dining table, two chairs, and a cooler like you see in the image gallery. Then again, maybe you’re traveling with the family, and to help you accommodate several other guests, you’ve added a couple of cots and sleeping bags. Outside, you can add an outdoor cooking setup and enjoy the stay.

Campmaster Air 1000LX

Photo: Camperlands UK

Sure, there are clear limits to this sort of setup. For example, it’s clearly not a very cold-weather-friendly unit, but again, a rather small portion of RV and glamping communities venture into the colder months, so this one’s clearly for Spring, Summer, and early Fall camping sessions.

Downside number two is the fact that there are no extra features in store. The galley I mentioned, the toilet, and anything else you may need is not included in the base price, but be sure to check out the list of features. All that you’d really need to pick up on your own is a portable battery or generator and some solar panels. There is some space in the trailer for any extra goodies you may wish to bring along, but not much.

The only stage of a Campmaster’s abilities I’m curious about is packing; it may take a while and even require extra help. After all, even a sleeping bag can be troublesome sometimes, so how about an inflatable tent camper?

Last but not least, allow me to point out that this solution is one from the UK, and while Camperlands may not ship to the US, there are plenty of other manufacturers that offer such solutions to North American residents. Until next time, happy glamping out there.

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