When you want to combine comfort, durability, and quick setup capacities, an Opus Camper is your answer.
It offers a great interior feel with luxurious furnishings, enough headroom, and easy setup.
However, every great thing has its flaws, and Opus Campers have a few. The good thing is that their problems are not so much to cause a bother.
This article highlights a few difficulties with the Opus Campers:
1. Closely Packed Interior Space
The Opus Camper is designed to offer users as much luxury and functionality as possible simultaneously.
In doing this, a few things were either sacrificed or just couldn’t be worked into the layout.
Reduced Bedroom Length
The opus offers reasonably sized beds on either side of the camper.
While these beds are comfortable, they are a little bit shorter than expected. The shortness is a result of the structure of the airbag. They have a slight downside.
This means that if you are taller than average, your feet could poke into the screens inner wall.
Tight Lounge/Dinette Layout
Opus Campers offer a convertible U-shaped lounge.
There is a table right in the middle of this lounge that makes it hard to have extra leg spaces. You would have to make do with the space you have while using the table.
When the table is not in use, you could easily remove it to solve this issue or collapse the table to convert the lounge into a bed.
Bed Access is Over the lounge
Since the lounge spans the entire width, reaching the bed behind means that you would have to go over the lounge.
It is not something to fuss about, but if you are used to having your outdoor shoes on, you would have to remind yourself to take them off constantly.
Inconvenient Access to Storage Under the Lounge
There are storage compartments under the lounge sofa to help hold more stuff and appliances that you want to bring along.
With this extra space comes the need to rearrange the lounge upholstery whenever you need to access the storage.
This could be a bit discouraging, especially when the lounge is already occupied.
2. Toilet Compartment and Cold Shower
The Opus Camper has a toilet that can be used both inside and outside.
The toilet is relatively small and has a compartment. The compartment takes up space that could have otherwise been a cupboard.
While this portable toilet is excellent when you have children camping, most users find themselves using other means to the bathroom than relying on the ‘tiny’ toilet provided in the Opus Camper.
The opus has an outdoor shower and offers an optional shower tent. Its drawback is that it provides cold water only. This could be a bit of an inconvenience, but newer models look promising on this.
3. Limited Kitchen Workspace
In recent models, the Opus Campers kitchen has been moved from the inside to create more storage.
You can easily slide them out on the outside to access the sink, burners, and fridge. Sadly, there isn’t much workspace when you are cooking. The available space is either on the sink or the pull-out fridge.
Using the fridge top as a worktop is a bit impractical since it is top-loading. This means that you would have to take time to clear everything you have on it whenever you want to open the fridge as it opens upwards.
This practically leaves you with the sink, or you could bring a tall stool along to help with this if you love to grill while camping, you would be disappointed that the kitchen doesn’t come with a grill.
4. Exposed External Fittings
The Opus Camper has fittings on its body to hold the gas cylinder and water storage and outlets.
These are pretty solid and won’t come unhinged, but they leave the gas bottle and water outlets entirely exposed.
So if you are towing them in rough places, you would have to keep an eye out to avoid them snagging or getting bashed.
General Pros and Cons of the Opus Camper
The Opus Camper is effortless to use with reduced setup and assembling time. It offers an air beam system.
The air beams can be easily isolated if one suffers a puncture. The Opus Camper offers good comfort and aesthetic luxury for users.
The lounge can easily sit and accommodate 6 people, and the Opus Camper has a removable Table to convert the dinette into another bed.
It offers capabilities and durability for off-the-road trips. It is gadget-friendly, offering USB inputs with a good sound system.
The Opus Campers durable canvas that offers panels that can be opened to give an outdoor feel.
- The interior is a bit too cozy.
- Small toilet compartment
- Limited Kitchen workspace
- External fittings are exposed.
- You might be spending more to get much-needed features.
What do the Reviews Say?
“When it comes to folding campers, there is one that stands out. Its the Air Opus folding campers.”
[Source: Out and About Live]
This is a full review of an opus folding camper done by the editor of Caravan Magazine.
He outlines the practicalities of the entire trailer, both inside and out.
It also gives an idea of the price at the time of the review.
“Excellent product and well thought out design. Very well put together, only a few small minor niggles which werent hard to fix, and were away! Tows excellently over corrugations need to get it out to the rougher stuff for a true test.”
[Source: Opus Camper AU]
Giving it a 4 out of 5 stars, this user has not experienced the Opus Camper in rough paths yet has glowing remarks about its smoothness.
Every camper offers its hitches when first used, but people get used to its workings with time and experience.
We wanted something easy to tow and that we could store on our drive, packed and ready to hitch up whenever we wanted to go away. We wanted proper beds, a decent kitchen, and comfortable seating. We needed something that could be used in all seasons. We also wanted a motor mover fitted because of the awkward access to our drive. The OPUS offered all this and more
[Source: Opus Camper UK]
Getting an RV is always a dynamic decision for users, and this user is not an exception.
Needing something that really answered all their questions with its offerings, the opus became her family’s choice.
Offering easy towing and flexible space, they got more than they expected with the Opus Camper.
What is the Resale Value on Opus Campers?
|Model||Year||New Price ($)||Used Price (₤)|
|Opus Air Full Monty||Not Available||16,|
|Opus Full Monty||Not Available||10,|
|Opus Folding Camper||Not Available||9,|
Please note that these prices are subject to change depending on your location, as well as the price quoted by the seller you intend to purchase the vehicle from.
Coming in different variants, the Opus Camper offers you luxury from its interior upholstery to the stainless steel kitchen.
It is a camper that is meant to stand out but might not be practical if you are camping or living in it long term.
That said, you would be impressed at how quickly and easily set it up is. What’s more, the stress has been taken off you as it is easily deflated as it is inflated.
The price might look like a setback, but the opus’ durability means you might not be spending money on it for a long while.
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Air Opus camping trailer inflates into a home away from home in 90 seconds
When we first discovered the British-designed Opus camping trailer back in , its combination of compact pop-up construction and comfy interior design made it one of our favorite campers of the year. Since then, the Opus has gotten a few extra tricks up its sleeve, including a motorcycle mounting system and an all-new tent inflation system. With its integrated Air Poles, the new inflatable Air Opus trailer tent sets up in about a third the time of the original.
The original Opus trailer already offers a very nice mix of compact, pop-up construction, gear-hauling versatility, and well-equipped interior. US-spec standard and optional equipment includes a wraparound couch, kitchen with stove, sink and refrigerator, cinema system, portable toilet, electric heating, and air conditioning.
The Air Opus system adds extra fast-pitching convenience so that campers can go from towing to relaxing in a matter of minutes. For the new design, Opus has stripped out the hard tent frame and replaced it with Air Poles that inflate with the help of an integrated electric pump powered by a V leisure battery. So the owner can flip a switch and watch the pop-up tent inflate to life in just 90 seconds.
The Air Opus requires a few manual steps before and after flipping the electric pump on, so there's no remote control like the ScarabRV, but the inflation system makes it that much easier to go from driving to the campground to relaxing at camp. According to Opus, the entire set-up process for the ft-long (m-long), six-berth Air Opus model, including laying out the interior equipment, takes just five minutes, down from 15 minutes for the pole-frame version. And that's an extra 10 minutes that can be spent getting the fire going, unloading other gear, getting out on the trail, dropping a baited hook in the water, or just sitting in a camping chair and enjoying the view, drink in hand. At the end of the trip, quick-release valves let the air out so that the Air Opus folds down for transport about as quickly as it went up.
In the US, the Air Opus is available as an option and can be added to any existing Opus model, meaning that all the usual packages are available on the Air version. An Opus rep tells us the Air tent has a slightly higher ceiling than the standard frame tent and more window and skylight space for better views and natural light.
Opus debuted the Air Opus at last year's Düsseldorf Caravan Salon and has been busy showing it at various trade shows since then, including a US debut last month and a UK appearance at this week's Caravan, Camping and Motorhome Show. It plans to get it to market around April of this year and is now accepting pre-orders. The Air Opus is available as a US$2, option on US-market Opus Camper models, which start at $18, Opus is also offering a $1, add-on inflatable extension awning that fills from the Air Opus's electric pump.
UK packaging, pricing and options are different from those in the US, and the Air Opus starts at £15, (US$19,) for a complete basic trailer.
Take a look at set-up and teardown in the video below.
AiROPUS - Inflating Camper
Source: Opus Camper
You can now explore the All-Road OPUS from the comfort of your sofa. Sit back, relax and dream about your next adventure.
Fully equipped and comfortable
Functional, accessible, luxurious and finished to the highest quality, the OPUS interior gives you everything you need to enjoy your trip, whether it’s one night or a month.
Room for all the family
The OPUS has two fixed double bed areas, both with inner privacy tents. The seating area can be converted into a third double bed, meaning there is room for up to six people to sleep in comfort. This can be increased to ten with the addition of the optional full awning system.
Light and spacious
Windows, sky lights, LED lighting and an internal height of nearly metres make the OPUS feel light and spacious.
Cook in style
Just because you are away from home, doesn’t mean you can’t still cook great meals. OPUS has a fully-functioning kitchen with two gas hobs, fridge, sink and microwave.
Room for everyone
OPUS has comfortable leatherette surround seating and a demountable table, so there’s plenty of room for everyone to sit down for the evening meal together.
Other features include:
12v & v electrics
Stainless steel sink with running water and glass lid
Two burner gas hob with piezo ignition and glass lid
Work surface with drawer unit
Cabinet-mounted 3-way refrigerator
Portable toilet/storage unit
Find out more about the Air Opus.
Download the all-road information pack now
6 things we love about the Opus camper
Sometimes, roughing it in a teeny tent without your creature comforts just won’t cut it. There’s a time and a place for wild camping, and this just isn’t it. You want to camp with those extra little luxuries that make you feel like you’re at home outdoors. So, what do you do? Enter the Opus camper.
But what is it? The Opus camper is a clever, foldaway that is set on a trailer that can be easily towed by a car. It may look compact, but (we’re not sure how, probably by the power of sorcery) it’s kind of like walking into the Doctor’s tardis when you step inside – it’s even got fancy gadgets too.
1. The luxury interior
Oh boy, there’s not a tent in the land that will offer you this kind of next-level luxury. Feel like camping kings and queens with this plush and functional tent, made to the highest standard. Windows, sky lights and LED lighting gives effortless style, and the Opus also has two double bed areas (set within privacy tents), comfortable leatherette surround seating and a demountable dining table.
2. So much room for activities
The Opus doesn’t just look light and spacious – it is. The camper tent offers two and a half metres of headroom, so all the family can comfortably stand up inside, and the leatherette seating area will comfortably seat everyone around the dining table. Once you’ve finished with dinner you can collapse and store the table away, creating additional room for the living area. There’s also the option for an awning, should you choose it as an extra.
3. Feel the Opus camper power
With 12v and v electrics, power sockets and USB charging, you’ve got all the power you need in this bad boy. So you can happily bring things like your hairdryer, coffee maker, straighteners, phone charger or smoothie maker on your camping trip – now that’s camping in style! There are also some pretty nifty extras such as WiFi, a sound system, cinema system and an interior motion alarm should you wish to choose them. You can even choose mattress toppers for additional comfort.
4. A comfortable sleep
The Opus offers two double beds, set within their own privacy tents, so you’re pretty much sleeping in your own bedroom. The ‘bedrooms’ have windows, so you can let in the light and watch the stars if you wish, but you can draw the roll up blinds to get complete privacy when you want it.
5. Cook up a feast in style
Cooking up a feast for your family or friends in the Opus camper is no issue with its stainless-steel sink with running water, two burner gas hobs, a kitchen worksurface with a drawer unit and a cabinet mounted refrigerator. There’s even room for you to add a microwave should you wish to choose it from the extras list.
6. Feeling cosy
The Opus camper is constructed using a heavy-duty canvas, which is designed to be watertight and withstand the elements, while it’s also fully-insulated. This paired with the camper’s electric heating makes for one cosy little camping home, should the weather take a turn for the worst. So, say goodbye to leaky tents and sleeping in jumpers and socks!
Want to get your hands on a functional, comfortable and stylish Opus camper? Then head over to the Opus website to check out more incredible features, options and all of the technical stuff. You can also download a full information pack.
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