Scott Hubble, CEO of nuCamp RV (Cirrus Campers), sent in the following manufacturer's response to the 2020 Cirrus 720 Review.
We review a 2020 Cirrus 720, a hard side, non-slide, wet bath, short bed truck camper for three-quarter ton trucks.
Doug Washer has assembled an outrageous fully-tracked Pistenbully Edge Snowcat and Cirrus 820 truck camper capable of reaching the stunning ice caps...
We have become connoisseurs of free overnight parking opportunities on the road. Here are the basics. But first, a fire-breathing rant.
You never know when you’ll be in wet grass, mud and ruts. Unless you never leave pavement, you need four-wheel drive.
nüCamp RV debuts the Cirrus 720, an all-new non-slide, wet bath, short bed camper. And the 720 is not the only news.
We review the Alde system and ask the big question; is the Alde better than a traditional RV furnace and water heater?
nuCamp unveils a highly innovate prototype. Here’s our first look at this all-new floor plan. Do not miss the ingenious wet bath.
From the comfort of his Cirrus 920, Aaron Mulkey scouts canyons and mountain ranges in an endless pursuit for uncharted ice.
Truck Camper Magazine reviews a 2018 Cirrus 920, a hard side, non-slide, wet bath, long bed truck camper.
Gerald Kato challenges the hobbies per truck camper-foot record with mountain biking, windsurfing, fly fishing, fiercely competitive pickle ball, and more.
Introducing America’s first truck camper with the N3141 refrigerator from Thetford Europe, and two standard 6-volt AGM batteries.