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Posted: 09/14/21 05:03am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

All, while buying my b-class RV the other day I saw this cute little trailer so I figured I'd shoot a quick video tour and post it fo everyone to see. It is a little guys extreme mini max.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iAiXeckR5zE&t=7s

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Posted: 09/14/21 05:59am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Wow, $30k...do they think they are airstream or something?


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I have tents considerably larger than this unit, not a knock against this RV as it could be suitable for many. At this stage of our RVing quest we do too many extended stays where ample living space is king.

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For a single traveler it might be possible to leave a bed made up in the very back and still retain a dinette sitting area just forward of it.

I can hardly imagine a couple using this, though. Unless they are honeymooning, perhaps? [emoticon]


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We tried a Little Guy Tab Outback for about a year. The Tab is about a foot shorter than this unit. It gave me claustrophobia. The shower is beyond tight. I guarantee that the screens on those windows will stop no bug you will encounter. We paid $16000 for our new unit.

The one thing I like in this unit is the refrigerator and the volume it has.

My wife and I sold ours and only lost a few dollars on it. These things may be OK for one person who is not very large but that is it.

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I looked at the Little Guys trailers, aong with many other brands, before getting my FoldnRoll.

They are cute. They have their place. Folks who want them are looking for a small trailer, so they are fine with a small space.

What I personally didn't like were the slanted walls. I felt the same way with the a-liners.


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That fridge/freezer combo is crazy-big for an RV that size!

The tilt-up windows are nice for providing some ventilation during rainstorms. However, they also installed pull-up privacy covers that severely restrict ventilation when they're up.

The curved vertical window wouldn't accommodate a conventional venetian blind, so no chance of adjusting it to provide some privacy without cutting off the airflow entirely.

Basically, you get to choose between privacy or ventilation.

The lack of even a rudimentary sink in the bathroom is lame - Every time you finish using the bathroom, you have to move to the kitchen sink to wash your hands!

IMO, too much focus on fancy fixtures and equipment, at the expense of functionality.

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We looked at the LGM’s but are probably going with a T@B 400. Mostly because of the made up bed, better bathroom and lower profile (no huge air conditioner on the roof). Pricey as well like the AGM. It’s a bigger trailer though, 18 feet. And around 2800 pounds empty. Still light enough for the mid size SUV we’ll be pulling it with, but heavier than the LGM.

The number of these little tear drops on the roads where we are has increased substantially.

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I've owned my Dutchman T@B for twelve seasons. Love that thing. It's just a bit smaller than this LG Mini Max. Contrary to popular belief, the T@B was never made by Little Guy. They were made by Dutchman from 2004-2010, and then the present factory began the manufacture, Pleasant Valley Trailers. Little Guy was the marketing arm for Pleasant Valley for several years, but they now market under their own brand, nuCamp.


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