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
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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

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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 exactly like this that were built 40 years ago. What is 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.