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Mink-E Camper

The Mink-E, the latest addition to Mink Campers' family, is a game-changer in the world of outdoor exploration. Weighing in at just 510 kg, it's the lightest and most environmentally friendly model Mink Campers has ever produced. Unlike its predecessors, which relied on diesel heating and gas stoves, the Mink-E is entirely electric, powered by an EV charging socket. This means you can enjoy all the comforts of home while minimizing your carbon footprint. 

Known for their distinctive design inspired by Nordic roots, Mink Campers feature an oversized panoramic skylight and large round side windows that connect you to nature from the cozy comfort of the camper's luxurious queen-sized Scandinavian mattress.

The Mink-E is perfect for couples, families with young children, or even furry friends. The canvas bunk bed offers a sleeping arrangement for kids and can be easily adjusted or removed to create extra storage space.

Designed to withstand Iceland's unpredictable weather conditions, the Mink-E features 30 mm thick walls made from high-quality fused ABS plastics, insulated with 19 mm Armaflex, and boasts a side-wall-integrated AirFlow system for ventilation. The optional powerful Webasto heating system ensures you stay warm and dry throughout your camping adventures.

The Mink-E also featurea a rear that opens up to a spacious kitchen prep area. It includes ample storage, an illuminated 36L ice chest for chilled beverages, a storage compartment with a signature cube gas stove, and both 12V and 220V sockets. Mink Campers also offers a range of extras, including an enamel camping dining set and duvet sets, to enhance your camping experience. 

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