The First Ever Self-Inflating, Self-Contained Camper Trailer Is Being Introduced To The Public In Fall 2017
Simplicity. Efficiency. There’s only one camper that truly embraces the art of the quick campground set-up: The AIR OPUS, the world’s first self-inflating camper trailer. Inflating in just 90 seconds, the AIR OPUS camper reduces overall setup time and removes the tradition of setting up poles completely. By just pressing a switch, an electric pump fitted inside the camper begins to inflate the AIR OPUS.
It’s astonishing to watch as the AIR OPUS inflates and unfolds in record-breaking time. What starts off as a crumpled up sleeping bag-looking tarp soon expands into an artsy, stylish silhouette, inspired by the Sydney Opera House. The unique, sleek design and innovative simplicity of the AIR OPUS has caught the attention of Good Design Australia, who recently awarded the AIR OPUS a Good Design Selection in their Automotive and Transport product design category, where the AIR OPUS will be competing with well-known models like the Tesla Model X.
Available for full sale in late fall of 2017, Purple Line is currently collecting forward orders on the buzzworthy product.
For owner and managing director Paul Liner, the beauty behind the AIR OPUS isn’t just how fast it is, but how easy it is to use. The idea behind the AIR OPUS for him was to remove all of the “pain points” that camping brings.
“People want to go out camping Friday night, but they don’t want to mess with their tent and fill their car with the cooker and water… They don’t want to set up the dark…” discussed Liner. “The idea behind the AIR OPUS is that it removes all of those pain points. Want to go camping? Want to wake up next to a lake? The AIR OPUS is self-contained. Everything is already inside. You just hitch it to your car. You just press a button. You can easily pop the button and then go to sleep or spend the night having fun with your family. And that’s what easy camping is all about.” Read the rest of the article here.