Work, Play, and Rest with the Lifetime Tent Trailer

Work, Play, and Rest with the Lifetime Tent Trailer

Work, Play, and Rest with the Lifetime Tent Trailer

Whether you need a utility trailer for hauling, a transportation trailer for your ATV, kayaks, and bicycles, or a comfortable, heavy-duty tent to take to your favorite camping destination, the Lifetime Tent Trailer will meet your needs. Where else can you get all this in just one package that is small enough to be towed by a compact SUV?

The Lifetime Tent Trailer is designed with a fold-out tent insert which is constructed around a steel frame and fits into a convenient storage bag. The entire tent insert easily slides in and out of the trailer bed.  For utility mode, just slide out and raise two side gates to utilize 105 cubic feet of cargo space for hauling jobs. If you want to take some recreational toys along on your next camping adventure, replace tent insert and fold side gates down on top of it to create a loading platform for your gear, providing all-in-one convenient transportation for everything you need to enjoy your getaway.

The fold-out tent takes about 8 minutes to set up and is designed with steel leg braces under each wing to ensure stability. Spacious interior with lots of windows and a  full-length skylight provides ultimate ventilation and a 360 degree view. Two extra long full-size beds with built-in privacy curtains provide comfortable sleeping accommodations.  You'll also appreciate all of the integrated wall pockets which provide handy storage for flashlights, bug spray, and suntan lotion. Just another great innovative product from Lifetime that has been designed for the way you live!

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: For our faithful blog readers, we will be offering a limited time discount on the products I feature in my articles. Order the 65043 Lifetime Tent Trailer from buylifetime.com and enter the following code reference to receive a $500 discount! The code is 500LTT, and will be valid on buylifetime.com from 06/30/2010 to 07/14/2010. Keep watching each month for great deals on new and innovative products from Lifetime.

Charlys

Charlys

Charlys-Huerta0005web.jpgName: Charlys

Position at Lifetime Products: I'm a web content writer for our buylifetime website. I create the content for our online catalog and provide you with the detailed specs and product information you need.

Topics I Blog About: are all of the different Lifetime products we have to offer that will make your work easier and your R&R more enjoyable. I will keep you posted about all of the sales, discounts, and clearances we have on Lifetime products.

My favorite Lifetime Products: are the Lifetime tent trailer and the camping table because camping and camp cooking are two of my favorite hobbies.

On a Saturday afternoon you can find me: hiking in the mountains or bird watching at the lake; or I may be experimenting in the kitchen, cooking up my own exotic dishes from ideas I get on the food channel (to the delight or dismay of my family).

My favorite escape: My favorite year-round escape is a good book. My favorite genre is non-fiction, specifically biographies, and particularly foreign cultures. I enjoy browsing the Amazon.com book and movie reviews and tossing in my two cents worth.

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Chris@youbsafe.com

8/9/2010 9:26:20 AM

This trailer is totally awesome. I have never seen anything like it. As a camper, I would be very interested in getting more information about this. I really like the idea of it sitting above the ground, and the versatility. I will look at the website later.

Christopher@protectionstuff.com

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Kimberly

6/21/2011 1:40:52 PM

This trailer was an amazing purchase. We bought it from Costco on our AMEX just in case we wanted to return it. Assembly was simple (my father is retired so I put his in charge, with basic knowledge of tools and assembly it took a little over a day.) We were short 2 bolts and the instructions on how to sent up the tent part but the customer service department emailed me the pdf within one day! We set up the first time in pouring down rain. First time it took us about an hour... mostly human error. The material is super tight the first time putting up the poles and streching across the trailer. It helps when extending the poles to their full height to have someone in the trailer push the fabric up and someone outside handling the poles. Water tight. It rained for four days and there weren't any leaks! Break down was as simple as making a sandwich and unloaded you can hand cart it to your truck hitch. If you are carrying an ATV I suggest you make sure it's centered on the tires to avoid pulls and jerking. Amazing investment.

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