Originally Posted by sokhapkin
Hint: AC is pretty simple to install with Scamp "Prep" package. Just cut 14" hole in the roof and connect wires. RV Parts, RV Accessories RV Supplies Priced Low
offers the same Brisk II AC for less than half of Scamp price.
I don't need AC because I mostly going to drive or hike at daytime and spend time in the trailer at nights only.
Not to be argumentative, but your link shows a Coleman Polar Cub at $649 plus $129 shipped to the midwest, that's $778.
My latest price list for Scamp (around June 2013) shows that same A/C unit installed as an option when ordering a new Scamp at $779.
That is not to say that everyone should choose A/C... but if you want it on your new Scamp...
One dollar for installation seems pretty reasonable.
While DuoTherm has long been offered at Scamp, they also use Coleman.
When I ordered my Scamp I specified the Coleman Mini-Mach which is no longer in production, but many recent Scamp Trailers have come with the Coleman Polar Cub mentioned above.
To be fair, the DuoTherm can often be found somewhat cheaper than the Coleman, but 1/2 that price would be a "real bargain".
The DuoTherm price on the link can only be displayed at checkout.