Originally Posted by cpaharley2008
If you open a o/h in the EggCamper
you saw the reflectix attached to the outer shell, same for inside the closet and underneath the bed and kitchen and other structural components. It may appear double but but nothing like Oliver
. Even Escape
is finished inside cabinets and under the bed but they are single hulled.
Yes, I have no doubt the Oliver
is much more nicely finished that the EggCamper
or any of the other double-wall trailers, consistent with its price and four-season mission. But all use a similar build method with large trailer-size inner molds and a shiny gelcoat interior on exposed surfaces.
You can see the outer shell (or insulation) inside the cabinets of a U-Haul
and a Burro
, too. Neither was intended as a four-season camper. Happier Camper
is a bit different because the inner molds do not include integrated cabinets. For that they have their proprietary Adaptiv modules.