90915 Roberts Rd
Coburg, OR 97408
New 2020 Opus Camper OPUS Off-Road Air
Opus Camper Off-Road Air pop-up camper highlights:
- Outdoor Kitchen
- 40 Gallon Water
- Built-In Stereo
- Sleeps Six
If you love to explore off the beaten path and seek out new terrain, this OPUS pop-up camper has been created for you! With its 15" off-road tires and beefed-up suspension, this unit is the perfect companion for all of your upcoming adventures, and the two full-size beds and U-shaped dinette allow you to bring along friends or family to join in on the fun. If you choose to add the optional full awning to this unit, you will be able to use the slide-out four-burner stove come rain or shine which gives you the true feeling of tough luxury.
Deemed the winner of the 2018 Good Design Award, the OPUS Camper truly lives up to its trend-setting, fun-loving, trail-blazing name! Its precision engineering, lightweight design, and compact travel mode make it easy to tow with all-round visibility and excellent stabilization, which is why you'll hardly know that it's there. The strong aluminum frame provides rigidity and strength while the lightweight aluminum panels eliminate unnecessary tow weights, and the Poly-Cotton Canvas that protects the entire camper has been tested to withstand the elements and provide insulation even on cooler nights. One of the most spectacular features of the OPUS Camper is the optional AIR OPUS® Inflating Tent Upgrade. This advanced triple-layer technology completely inflates within 90 seconds at the simple touch of a button, and it envelops the OPUS Camper in an ultra-durable and fully protected shell.
You Save: $136
Sale Price: $28,995
Exterior Color: GREY
|Length||18 ft 4 in|
|Ext Width||6 ft 10 in|
|Hitch Weight||220 lbs|
|Gross Weight||3970 lbs|
|Dry Weight||2870 lbs|
|Cargo Weight||1100 lbs|
|Fresh Water Capacity||40 gals|
|Available Beds||Two Full|
|Number of Awnings||1|
Here at OPUS we are proud of our invention, proud of our innovation, proud of our development and proud of our continued improvement. OPUS is part of Purple Line. The Purple Line slogan helps you understand exactly what we do here at OPUS. Design… Innovate… Improve. Purple Line have been designing, innovating and improving within the RV accessory market for many years and we are now going to share with you just how that ethos helped in the creation of OPUS.
It all started with a conversation between colleagues over a morning coffee in the Purple Line office in picturesque rural Suffolk, UK. Jonathan Schofield (Sales Director) and Stuart Barrow (Product Design Manager) stumbled upon a stark realization; the issue with making the best accessories in the RV market is that it doesn't matter how good they are, people without an RV don't need them.
So in the UK (a country with 60 million people and roughly 30 million cars) we were designing, innovating and improving for only 500,000 people; RV'ers . That is less than 1% of the population and thanks to the eloquent and opinionated Jeremy Clarkson that number is not on the rise.
And that was the topic of conversation that morning for Jonathan and Stuart.
They decided that they needed a product, a new invention they could offer to anyone with a car, not just an RV. The UK is a nation who love cars. Whether you drive Mini Cooper, A Morris Minor or a Ford Fiesta the chances are you love your car; after all, you chose it and similarly RV owners love their RV's! These similarities led to a decision to move away from the standard RV, they thought that a car was in many ways like an RV but more appropriate to a generation that regarded them as not cool.
So once that decision had been made, the time to design and innovate was upon them.
The Opus was a huge success immediately. At it's first exhibition it was a winning product on the UK 'The Apprentice' hit BBC TV show, going on to star on other TV show's such as 'The Gadget Show' and the UK version of 'Shark Tank' (known in the UK as Dragons Den). With fame like this the Opus quickly became one of the biggest selling folding campers in the UK.
And that, my friends, was the conception of OPUS.