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- [Narrator] If you love camping, but don't like the

creepy-crawlies sneaking into your tent at night,

then we may have a solution for you.

This is Reacher with Mind's Eye Design,

and here are 10 awesome truck bed campers for you

to check out.

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Number 10.

This first entry on the list has everything you need for

for a trip of any length.

It's mounted on a patented auto-alignment rail system

attached directly to the chassis of the truck.

The body is composed of molded fiberglass with

a rear-area pop-top.

It measures almost 12 feet long and a little over six

feet wide, with an overall height of just under

six feet.

The weight can vary from 1200 to 1500 pounds, depending

on the options you choose, which makes it ideal for

full-sized pick-up trucks.

Standard components include a queen-sized bed,

a one and a 1/2 cubic-foot fridge,

a dual-burner propane cook-top,

a stainless steel sink, and a dinette area with a folding

table.

On board you'll also find a 22 gallon tank for fresh water,

and a 2.6 gallon water heater.

Power comes from a 12 volt 90 amp battery, as well as

a 200 watt solar panel mounted to the roof.

Processing is dependent on the model options

and can be found by contacting the manufacturer.

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Number nine.

The size and weight of this camper makes it the perfect

match for a 1/2 ton to 3/4 ton pick-up truck with a

five to six-foot bed.

It measures in at 15 and a 1/2 feet in length and

seven feet in width, with a dry weight of 1700 pounds.

The aluminum frame construction houses a living area

with a sink and dual-burner cook-top,

a microwave, a full bathroom with a shower,

and bench seating that can be converted to an extra bed

if needed.

The three-foot, two-inch high cab over-area includes

a closet, a queen-sized bed, space for a TV,

and a three cubic foot refrigerator.

It may seem odd to have the fridge in the cab over,

but it increases the living space,

so high-fives to the designers on that one.

The systems monitor panel is mounted to the wall for

control of the electrical and heating.

Pricing is dependent on the included options,

and can be found by contacting the manufacturer.

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Number eight.

This company has been building truck campers

since the early 1950s, with a goal to provide all the

comforts of home.

They're still around after almost 70 years,

so I'd say they've achieved it.

They hold a patent for the only hard-sided telescopic

truck camper.

The entire top of the camper can raise and lower as needed

to provide a safer, low-profile driving experience,

yet still allow extra living space and protection

from the elements due to the solid wall design.

The eight and 1/2 foot length and six-foot ceiling

offers plenty of head room, with a living area that

includes a three-burner stove, a sink,

a two and 1/2 cubic foot fridge, a hideaway cassette toilet,

a dining area, and a queen-sized bed in the cab-over.

Pricing starts at around $30,000.

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Number seven.

This short-bed pop-up is made for 3/4 ton pick-up trucks.

It's composed of a laminated fiberglass roof,

with a box that has aluminum sidewalls.

The closed hide is four and 1/2 feet, but

when the roof is raised, it increases the standing height

to a little over six feet.

The usable floor space runs eight and 1/2 feet

in length and seven feet in width.

The cab-over area includes a full-sized mattress

which raises to allow storage underneath.

The galley area includes a two-burner stove and sink,

a fridge, cafe-style seating for two with a removable table,

and a bathroom area with a toilet and sink.

It also includes a 32 gallon tank with fresh water

and a 12 gallon tank for gray water.

A four gallon water heater provides necessary warmth

for the external shower.

Power is provided by a 12 volt deep-cycle battery,

which powers the LED lighting and any electrical devices

via the 110 volt outlets and USB ports.

Pricing starts at $17,200.

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Number six.

This pop-up may not provide all the features of a

full-sized camper, but it does provide everything you'll

need for an outdoor excursion.

At just over six feet wide and almost 13 feet long,

it's perfect for small pick-up trucks with a five

to six-foot bed.

The construction is an aluminum frame with aluminum siding.

It's only four and 1/2 feet high with an eight-inch high

cab-over when the roof is lowered.

When it's raised, the total height of the camper

increases to six feet, four inches of head room.

There are three floor plans to choose from,

which offer optional seating arrangements.

Standard features include a dual-burner stove,

a stainless steel sink, a 1.7 foot cubic refrigerator,

a three-piece removable dining table, and a furnace for

heating.

There's also room to sleep up to three people using the

queen-size bed in the cab-over and the couch-bed conversion.

The base model price on this one starts at $18,000.

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Number five.

This unique design is made for flatbed trucks instead

of the conventional pick-up truck.

This allows for the owner to use their truck for work,

as well as recreation, with the ability to attach

the camper in under five minutes.

It's built from a honeycomb composite panel system.

The aluminum furniture and enclosures are custom-made

and powder-coded in-house.

The living area is six and 1/2 feet high and features

a full wet bath, a galley area with a dual-burner stove

and sink, a mini-fridge and bench seating with a fold-up

table.

There's room to sleep up to four people using

convertible bunk beds as well as the cab-over area.

The camper comes in three lengths, ranging from 10

to 12 feet.

It's recommended to use a one to two ton truck for these,

as the dry weight varies from 2600 pounds up to

3500 pounds, depending on the configuration.

Pricing depends on model options and can be found

by contacting the manufacturer.

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Number four.

First things first. This camper is a monster.

It sits nine feet, two inches high,

20 feet, four inches in length, eight feet in width,

and it has a dry weight of almost 4200 pounds.

You won't be hauling this beast on anything smaller

than a one ton dually.

Two slide-out sections increase the living space,

which includes a dinette area with bench seating,

a couch, a full-size fridge with a freezer,

a three-burner range with an oven,

a sink, a pantry, and a furnace with ducted heating.

The cab-over area has a queen-sized bed, a stereo system,

and a closet with mirrored doors.

The camper offers sleeping space for up to six

people using the dinette conversion beds,

as well as the cab-over bed.

There's also a dry bath that has a toilet, sink,

and a private stand-up shower area.

Fresh water is stored in a 42 gallon tank,

with a gray water tank that can hold 35 gallons.

Pricing is dependent on the included options and

can be found by contacting the manufacturer.

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Number three.

This camper is the first in the company's line

of truck conversions.

It sits on a 12 foot wheel base, with an upgraded suspension

wheels, and tires, which allows you to get in or out

of just about any off road challenge.

Features include a galley area with a diesel stove,

a microwave with a convection pizza-oven,

a sink and a fridge with a freezer.

The dinette area has cafe-style seating for four people

with a removable table.

There's room for sleeping two people using the twin-size

cab-over bed and the dinette seating,

which converts to a second twin bed.

Ducted heating along with multiple windows and

10-speed ceiling fan provide temperature control.

There's also an exterior shower for longer trips.

Power is provided by four deep-cycle AGM batteries

that are powered by rooftop solar panels.

Each of these campers is designed to customer specifications

with pricing available from the manufacturer.

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Number two.

This camper was launched in 2016 to offer an innovative

product to a larger part of the recreational

vehicle buying population.

The aluminum body has an overall length of 17 feet,

four inches, and a width of eight feet, two inches.

The interior height is six and a half feet,

which allows more than enough head room for

the average person.

The floor area includes a dinette table with bench seating,

a wet bath with a toilet, a five cubic foot fridge,

a dual-burner cook-top, a microwave, a stainless steel

sink, and a wardrobe area.

The three and a half foot cab-over area has a raised

queen bed and a swing-out TV cabinet.

There's also additional storage above and beside the bed.

The heated floors, air conditioner, central heating and

electrical systems are managed from an internal

digital control panel.

And like most others on this list,

the pricing is dependent on the configuration

and can be found by contacting the manufacturer.

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Number one.

This camper is being touted as the world's most

light-weight and aerodynamic pop-up camper.

Considering the maximum dry weight is under 150 pounds,

I can say they've definitely nailed it on that first part.

It comes in two models.

One made of carbon fiber, and one made of a fiber that

has composite, which weight under 100 pounds and 150 pounds

respectively.

It's made to set-up and break-down in seconds.

It offers over six feet in standing room when raised.

The tent material is waterproof with built-in

storage and zippered windows.

The extendable loft holds a mattress which can sleep up to

two people comfortably.

Both versions are pre-wired for solar to provide power

to the charging ports and ventilation fan.

Pricing is $10,300 for the fiberglass version

and $14,000 for the carbon fiber model.

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