When we walked in and saw a molded fiberglass dinette, fiberglass cabinets, and fiberglass walls, we could barely contain our enthusiasm.
It’s almost like the entire truck camper interior is a white gel-coated molded fiberglass wet bath. The walls, ceiling, and floor are white gel-coated molded fiberglass. The white gel coat gives the Roamer a clean and bright interior aesthetic.
The cabinetry fronts and faces are white gel-coated molded fiberglass.
The dinette seats are white gel-coated molded fiberglass.
The cabover is white gel-coated molded fiberglass.
And yes, the wet bath is white gel-coated molded fiberglass.
As molded fiberglass, Roamer is able to design complex curves into their walls and cabinetry further giving the camper a unique sense of space and modern design. If anything, it looks and feels like living quarters on a boat.
Available storage leaves a lot to be desired, but we are looking at the Roamer for floor plan inspiration.
This camper is essentially un-obtanium, so the fact that still has incandescent lights and lacks storage for your stuff misses the point.
We are looking to bring this manufacturing approach to light, and perhaps inspire the current truck camper industry to think about the this nearly 100-percent fiberglass manufacturing approach.