Wed Oct 11, 2017
St. Paul, Minnesota-based Vistabule Teardrop Trailers has partnered with the flexible solar panel maker Sunflare to offer a new teardrop trailer that can go off-grid and still turn on lights, charge devices and run appliances, all from the power of the sun.
Vistabule’s trailers have a large picture window in the trailer and feature several fold-away, space-saving furniture items such as tables, a semi-automatic bed that turns into a sofa and more that will create more space and offer more customizable features in the small teardrop trailers.
With the Sunflare solar panels installed, RV customers can completely charge two smartphones or partially charge a laptop, turn on the lights and a fan, run a refrigerator for two and a half days or operate a heater for three hours, according to a story by Treehugger.com.
“When we first started our business, we wanted to make a camping trailer that was beautiful, energy-efficient and would easily blend technology with human comfort,” Vistabule CEO Bert Taylor says. “Adding Sunflare solar collection panels to our Vistabule trailers substantially lengthens the time campers can be off the grid and greatly enhances the entire camping experience.”