iKamper’s X-Cover Camper – New Design Emphasizes Convenience & Comfort

iKamper's new X-Cove

USA – -(Ammoland.com) iKamper's new X-Cover is the first-ever soft-sided rooftop tent that accepts roof rack accessories. This ensures no lost space for gear on the roof, so you can have your tent, along with your kayak, bike, SUP or skis.

iKamper made a name for itself by creating the most successful rooftop tent project in Kickstarter history in 2017, raising over $2 million. The Skycamp rooftop tent was a singularly unique design used by outdoor enthusiasts around the world. Fast-forward to 2019 and iKamper unveils the X-Cover, another significant step forward in rooftop tent design, solving several of the biggest issues with traditional roof top tents.

The iKamper X-Cover crowdfunding campaign ends February 17th and is offering a significant discount to everyone who pre-orders before Feb 17th.

Early orders save nearly $1000.

Unique Coverless Design
No fighting with the traditional PVC bag-like cover means an easier deployment once you get to a camp site and a frustration free pack away process when you are ready to hit the road again.

Sleeps 3-4 people
The comfortable, king-size mattress, sleeps a family of 2 adults & 2 children, or up to 3 adults on the 2.5” high density memory foam mattress.

Optional Crossbars
Mount your favorite equipment, and save space in your vehicle. Compatible with all after-market cross rack accessories, the tent has two pre-installed cross bars.

Weatherproof
Made of breathable, water-resistant 300 GSM poly-cotton canvas. It also comes with waterproof zippers and a polyester rain fly for extra protection.

5 Large Windows
Enjoy the view all around your campsite through the five large windows. Each include insect mess to keep the breeze flowing through, but the unwanted guests out. Window covers can also be closed if the weather gets inclement.

The X-Cover's design eliminates the bulky PVC cover of traditional roof top tents and saves time, allowing for full deployment in less than 3 minutes vs countless trips around your vehicle fiddling with straps and covers.

With the ability to sleep above the uneven, rocky ground on a king-sized memory foam mattress, leave your bedding in your tent, quick deployment and no loss of functional roof space, the X-Cover is a substantial step forward in rooftop tents.

PRE ORDER PRICING

Super Early Bird – $1,900 – First 50 Units -SOLD OUT-
Early Bird – $1950 – Next 50 units
Pre-Order Special – $2000 – Until February 17th
Standard Price – $2950

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

  • Weight: 103lbs / 47kg
  • Size (closed): 75″ x 45″ x 10″ / 190cm x 115cm x 27cm (13.4″/34cm with cross bars mounted)
  • Size (open): 91″ x 75″ x 44″ / 230cm x 190cm x 110cm
  • Capacity: 3 adults / 2 adults & 2 children
  • Crossbar load rating: 110lbs / 50kg

About iKamper 

iKamper believes that the best times are those spent traveling, discovering the world with those you love most. All of iKamper’s products are the creation of its founder, Soon Park, a self-taught engineer who enjoys bringing new product concepts to life. Founded in 2012, iKamper is based in Paju, South Korea and has distribution centers across 14 countries. Their products are certified to the highest international standards, with ISO 9001 (Quality Management) and ISO 14001 (Environmental Management) certifications, and are built and assembled in their own factory.

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Cave in the roof, break the mounting brackets on the roof rack..flies off into the car behind on the freeway at 75 MPH…. and it costs more than most of the cars people would actually use to go camping…. seems like a winner to me… LOL

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A fool and his money are soon parted.

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$$$$$$$$ to say the least! I’d bet one could get air sick on a breezy day.

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A 3 thousand $ tent. I could never figure out why these things cost so much. I could buy a used travel trailer for 3K.
I guess it’s fitting that it is shown on the Subaru.