The company lately brought Mobilight Trailer that experience over to the recreational tenting and overland market with the Base Camp, a hardcore steel box built for exploration, adventure and a little bit of back country comfort. the Base Camp looks quite simple: a 16-gauge metallic body atop a metal tube frame with 15-in wheels cushioned by foliage springs.
According to Mobilight Trailer, that chassis and steering wheel combo has more than 30 years’ experience moving lighting towers wherever they have to get to. The 12 gauge steel fenders are built to stand on, providing easy access to the tent or cargo on the roof. The basic Mobilight Trailer includes the 163 x 77 x 72-in (414 x 196 a 183-cm, L x T x H) wheeled metallic box and equipment like a seven-way plug; multiple hitch receiver points, including a rear receiver; and three access doors to the 72 x 56 x 46-in (183 back button 142 x 172-cm) home. So it’s a basic-but-rugged cargo trailer, for a base price of US$5, 681.
Mobilight supplies cooking food capacities via the available roll out kitchen, which includes a removable two-burner Ranger II cooktop from Utah’s Camp Chef, a 15 x 15-in (38 x 38-cm) stainless-steel kitchen sink, and a lower safe-keeping compartment with paper bath towel holder and space for cooking tools.
A distinct slide-out shelf provides more room for pots, pots and pans and cooking accessories, and a narrow spice rack/shelf over a stove offers yet more room. The kitchen also includes a magnetic knife holder and magnetic spice jars. The shower gets mounted around a 27 x doze x 12-in (69 back button 30. 5 x 31. 5-in) storage locker, where you can store detergent, shampoo, towels and other related items.
It’s a pretty slick, compact bathtub set-up that lets you have a fairly private shower out in the middle of nowhere. The Base Camp weighs one particular, 400 lb (635 kg) as a basic shipment trailer and up to 2, 400 lb (1, 089 kg) when equipped with all the publicized options. It seems like a smart combo of rugged construction and space-efficient amenities that should lead to memorable vehicle trips.