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Old 01-05-2018, 07:49 AM   #61
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So is this a 3-piece? Top, bottom and back?
good question. I think so?
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Old 01-05-2018, 07:53 AM   #62
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good question. I think so?
Yes, it is a 3-piece mold.
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Old 04-08-2018, 03:31 AM   #63
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Interesting. But I don't see it going over well with the majority of members of this forum, and not because of the price. It seems that most like having the dedicated bed and sitting area, something that is not an option in the Nest. I don't mind making up the dinette everyday and would rather have the more usable space, then a dedicated bed.

Having done a lot of trips in a T@B, I personally I don't like the rap around dinette in such a small space. At best you can only have someone sitting dead center of that thing when people are sitting to either side, and even then it can feel cramped. Ends up being a lot of wasted space in a limited space environment.

Folded up the table is very small, and I bet unfolded it is hard to get into the seats. Not that it is all that easy in a scamp. And moving things off and on again to fold and unfold will get old, that is assuming you even are supposed to use it that way.

If I was in the market for a small trailer from Airstream, I would get the Basecamp. I think it has a better layout, love the rap around windows around the cooking area, and just an overall better layout for a small trailer.
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aaron I agree I bet there is no waiting list on that thing as has been mentioned 50k for such a small rig but I bet their start-up costs were scarey!


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