the mink reduces the issue of caravans to the essentials and the result is gorgeous. Sure, the little thing doesn’t have all the conveniences of an Airstream or Knaus Südwind, but its owner can park it pretty much anywhere.
The mink is only 4,116 millimeters long and weighs 520 kilograms. It has a ground clearance of 330 millimeters, which means that the owner can tow the small camper off the road without having to worry about it getting stuck on obstacles.
The interior offers plenty of natural light from large, circular windows on each side. They provide a certain washing machine look. There is also a panoramic skylight. There are four USB ports above the headrest. Felt pockets on each wall provide storage space for small items.
The cabin is 2,811 millimeters long and 1,511 millimeters wide. The mattress in it is 2.00 by 1.40 meters in size. As a bonus, there is even a kind of bunk bed that is 1,400 millimeters by 500 millimeters in size. Mink suggests small children could sleep there, or the owner can use the space for storage.
There is a flap at the back that opens to reveal a kitchen. It includes a built-in 36 liter ice box and a 12 volt outlet. There are compartments and shelves for storage. LED lighting illuminates the food prep at night. A 220 volt socket can be used when the Mink is connected to shore power.
There’s also a whole range of options to add more amenities to the Mink. Buyers can add things like a 105-watt solar panel, heating system, Bluetooth speakers, duvet set, rug, gas cooker, cutlery set, enamel dinnerware set, and more.
Mink Campers is located in Reykjavik, Iceland. Prices for the cute mobile home start at 16,460 euros. If you are looking for a similarly small alternative: Here is our test of the TAB 320 from Tabbert.