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    Posted: 03 Oct 2018 at 2:25am
Originally posted by mjlrpod

I am 20 minutes from my dealer, but, they are really slowing down on pods, and selling the crap out of the T@B 400 Nucamp teardrops. Although they are so absolutely well thought out, and considering the size, they are roomy and have storage like crazy inside. But they are a little expensive. Might end up needing to find a new pod dealer for service.
  I watched a 30 minute video of the Tab 400 camper from Princess RV that camper is the BMW of campers and comes with a BMW price. Very nice camper I liked the bathroom with the folding sink.
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I looked at the pictures and floor plan and thought that while nice, it is not for us. I prefer the layout of our RP179.
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StephenH, I agree, the 179 is better for us as well. The extra space from the slide sold us. 

I looked at the boondock version of the TAB400 and wasn't impressed by the equipment selection. While the ducted aircon in them is quieter than our roof units and doesn't take up roof space, it is still very inefficient. They still use AGM lead acid batteries, for those $ it should have Lithium Ion. Inverter is too small at 1200 watts to run either the air conditioner or the microwave reliably so I'm not sure what its there for, and the whole roof is curved which means they have to use "flexible" solar modules, which I would never choose. Better and much cheaper to get an rPod and then outfit it as you want. 

Looks cool though. 
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