Tiny Houses

Tiny Traveler blurs the line between truck camper and tiny house

Tiny Traveler blurs the line b...
The Tiny Traveler has both a standard RV-style electric hookup and a solar panel system
The Tiny Traveler has both a standard RV-style electric hookup and a solar panel system
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The Tiny Traveler is up for pre-order from US$42,500
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The Tiny Traveler is up for pre-order from US$42,500
The Tiny Traveler measures 17.5 ft (5.3 m) x 7.7 ft (2.3 m)
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The Tiny Traveler measures 17.5 ft (5.3 m) x 7.7 ft (2.3 m)
The Tiny Traveler has both a standard RV-style electric hookup and a solar panel system
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The Tiny Traveler has both a standard RV-style electric hookup and a solar panel system
The Tiny Traveler consists of an aluminum frame and cedar wood, with rigid foam insulation
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The Tiny Traveler consists of an aluminum frame and cedar wood, with rigid foam insulation
The Tiny Traveler's interior has a maximum ceiling height of 6.1 ft (1.8 m)
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The Tiny Traveler's interior has a maximum ceiling height of 6.1 ft (1.8 m)
The kitchenette includes a propane-powered range oven
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The kitchenette includes a propane-powered range oven
The Tiny Traveler's kitchenette also includes a sink and plywood cabinet space
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The Tiny Traveler's kitchenette also includes a sink and plywood cabinet space
The Tiny Traveler's bathroom
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The Tiny Traveler's bathroom
The Tiny Traveler's bathroom includes toilet and shower
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The Tiny Traveler's bathroom includes toilet and shower
The Tiny Traveler's daybed, with integrated storage space
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The Tiny Traveler's daybed, with integrated storage space
More storage space on the Tiny Traveler's exterior
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More storage space on the Tiny Traveler's exterior
A shot of the Tiny Traveler's bathroom
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A shot of the Tiny Traveler's bathroom
The Tiny Traveler is up for pre-order from $42,500
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The Tiny Traveler is up for pre-order from $42,500
The Tiny Traveler measures 17.5 ft (5.3 m) x 7.7 ft (2.3 m)
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The Tiny Traveler measures 17.5 ft (5.3 m) x 7.7 ft (2.3 m)
The Tiny Traveler consists of an aluminum frame and cedar wood, with rigid foam insulation
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The Tiny Traveler consists of an aluminum frame and cedar wood, with rigid foam insulation

If a tiny house and a truck camper could breed, their offspring might look like the Tiny Traveler, by Tiny Smart House. Better suited for vacations rather than use as a full-time abode, it features a bathroom, kitchenette, and a bedroom under its small roof.

The Tiny Traveler measures 17.5 ft (5.3 m) x 7.7 ft (2.3 m). Structurally, it consists of an aluminum frame and is finished in cedar, both inside and out, with rigid foam insulation. Hydraulic leveling jacks can be positioned with the push of a button.

The Tiny Traveler is accessed by a small porch area that has some storage space and seating. Inside, it has a maximum ceiling height of 6.1 ft (1.85) and is arranged around a main living space with a removable daybed that has more storage. A small kitchenette with fridge, plywood cabinets, sink, and a propane-powered range oven lies opposite.

Up on top of the cab is a raised bedroom area with a queen-sized bed. Elsewhere, Tiny Smart House also managed to squeeze in a bathroom with shower and flushing toilet (hooked up to a waste tank).

The kitchenette includes a propane-powered range oven
The kitchenette includes a propane-powered range oven

The Tiny Traveler has both a standard RV-style electric hookup and a solar panel system. Lighting is LED and it has a fresh water tank with pump, as well as a water heater. An air-conditioning unit is used to maintain a comfortable temperature.

The Tiny Traveler is up for pre-order now and starts at US$42,500, though we've no word on the expected delivery date.

Source: Tiny Smart House

3 comments
CAVUMark
So much for lightweight.
Malatrope
It seems that you folks who write for this site managed to miss the hundreds (or thousands) of things <i>exactly like this</i> that were built 40 years ago. What <i>is</i> it with "New Atlas's" fascination with "tiny houses"? America has been doing this for most of a century! The price of this thing is so ludicrous it doesn't really even deserve comment. A top-of-the-line truck camper costs half that, and has more amenities plus being light enough not to squash your average pickup truck.
Leonard Foster Jr
To much wood.