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Old 03-27-2012, 10:51 AM   #15
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This system is also a slide through track. I have had no issues setting up the awning and mosquito netting although have used systems that are more challenging. I am 5'9" and everything is within easy reach. It is best done with 2 people but I have performed the task alone in around 15 minutes complete.
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Old 01-27-2013, 08:56 AM   #16
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Is your Oxygen sold ? I live in Qc and I am looking for a very light trailer. Yours looks neet!
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Old 01-27-2013, 09:03 AM   #17
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Hard to buy or even think of buying without some framework of a price. "I've seen them go for over 10k" is not in my opinion a price.
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Old 01-27-2013, 10:07 AM   #18
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Is your Oxygen sold ? I live in Qc and I am looking for a very light trailer. Yours looks neet!
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You'll need to check with Trevor, the sellar. He hasn't been around for a while: Last Activity: 08-12-2012 01:04 PM

If you click on his profile, under "Send Message" he has a link to send an EMAIL.

I think the Oxygen is totally cool too Good luck on your hunt.
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Old 01-28-2013, 03:03 PM   #19
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Curious about the Oxygens myself! While I'm not sure I could part with my Scamp 13' given the time/money and emotional investment, I am thinking about larger/more appropriate trailers if I am going to keep full timing long term.
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Old 01-28-2013, 03:14 PM   #20
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Curious about the Oxygens myself! While I'm not sure I could part with my Scamp 13' given the time/money and emotional investment, I am thinking about larger/more appropriate trailers if I am going to keep full timing long term.
Dylan, sort of me too - I baptized my Burro with blood, literally, gutting and sanding and painting and totally re-doing everything. I love it and plan to amortize the effort over the next 10 years....but I'm going to want a little more space for longer trips. We're not full-timing but 2 people/3-4 weeks at a time? I can justify a bigger trailer at some point. And I covet the Oxygen's grooviness, assorted problems notwithstanding. Thanks to the Burro rebuild I'm handy enough to fix stuff now!

Of course, by the time I'm ready to go bigger, the Oxygens are going to be another 10 years old...maybe a similarly groovy new model will have come out by then!
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Old 01-28-2013, 03:54 PM   #21
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Perhaps I'll keep the Scamp set up for quick trips and the larger egg for full timing in place. Now that's a good plan when I have a home base. less ideal once I start moving around again. Can't tow two at the same time! (At least I wouldn't want to!)
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I thought I would really like one too, then someone mentioned that backing up was a bit of an adventure because you can't see the rear of the trailer.
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I thought I would really like one too, then someone mentioned that backing up was a bit of an adventure because you can't see the rear of the trailer.
In the day of cheap video equipment, seems a backup camera would solve that issue!

My only concern is long term structural integrity given the unique construction and few examples made. But hopefully if it's held up since it was made a decade or so ago, it'll stay together.
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Old 01-29-2013, 04:09 PM   #24
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Hi All...sorry for the lack of activity. I had another woderful season with the O2. Currently I am debating whether I will transport her by barge to Pictou Island for the next season. Friends in great places. Having said that she is still in great condition and for sale if you are interested.
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I have seen these sell for over 10K and am looking fo offers. I am on the east coast (Halifax) and this limits who would be interested. I have loved travelling with the egg for 5 years and am selling with a heavy heart. It is in great condition! There is no internal tank but I have added an external tank.
So you put in a black tank under the commode? There's a gray tank for the shower and sink I assume? There is a shower right? Or is that just an enclosed toilette? The underside is not enclosed/insulated is it? Have you camped in it below freezing much?

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Hi All...sorry for the lack of activity. I had another woderful season with the O2. Currently I am debating whether I will transport her by barge to Pictou Island for the next season. Friends in great places. Having said that she is still in great condition and for sale if you are interested.
Well, if you haven't sold it by spring, and you'd sell it around $10,000, I >might< be able to come pick it up. Looking for any excuse to drive across Canada! But good chance I won't have a proper TV for such a trailer by that time. Too bad you aren't on the other coast!
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Old 01-29-2013, 04:43 PM   #26
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I have spent some time in the O2 the winter. There is no heater but we have been creative to keep warm. She currently sits on a lake and a pretty fun snow shoe trip in. This weekend will be in the works if all goes to plan. We might get some rain and have to don the ice skates.

There is no shower and only the enclosed toilet. We rarely used the toilet...late night emergency #1 for those not inclined to take the trip outside. Ladies only facility. One common drain for all waste water.
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We will be making a decision once the barges are running around April/May. Unless...she is sole before then.
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