I'm one of the founders at CyberLandr™ and hanging around from time-to-time and happy to answer some of the questions. I'll try to get a solid FAQ on the site tomorrow and many of the questions will be addressed there.https://get.cyberlandr.com/
Here are some of my initial thoughts.
1. How long are those beds? I'm 6'2.
2. Why have the entrance go into the bathroom. That could get awkward.
3. The toilet is right under the shower head. I guess that could work but... idk weird to me.
It claims that it only lowers battery range by 5% and is less than half of the beds weight capacity. Overall I think this thing has potential and looks really dope.
What does everyone think?!
What projects have you done before, successful and unsuccessful?I'm one of the founders at CyberLandr™ and hanging around from time-to-time and happy to answer some of the questions. I'll try to get a solid FAQ on the site tomorrow and many of the questions will be addressed there.
Technically it's a house you can take out so...Looks like a outhouse on wheels.
Great design. Hope the best for you and your team!I'm one of the founders at CyberLandr™ and hanging around from time-to-time and happy to answer some of the questions. I'll try to get a solid FAQ on the site tomorrow and many of the questions will be addressed there.
You are right, of course. What idiot would ever buy a camper or an RV. Clearly not you, but I do see a lot of them driving around, various sizes and shapes, and the huge ones clog the camping sites that once were full of tents. I know people that drive these 31’ RVs to Baja and South Padre Island and live in them for months. Not camping, but remote living. No hotels close by. Is it ‘roughing it’? Hell no. It is car camping. The big question is whether it is big enough to sell, not whether it appeals to you.Big fat honking NO.
NONE of the items make sense.
Cook inside, where's the steam/oil go? Why go away so you can stand in a box and cook inside? Cram all the food in there so you can bring it out? Everyone else is chatting by the fire while you're in your cubicle away from your cubicle.
BestInTesla suggested you could take this thing anywhere. "If you have ordered a cybertruck for your company and usually get a little mobile home up as your office at the construction site now you don't have to. You have an office right there with you." (shows woman with safety vest on laptop) "...can take a shower, and can have a shower and have coffee". LOL. Who takes a shower at the office? Why? Where on earth can you NOT get a cup of coffee? I get that he's geeking out about playing around with possibilities. When it comes to suggesting a product can actually provide good, play time is over.
I could keep going about all the stupidity.
As for a remote camper replacement, this is designed by someone in a cubicle who wanted a cubicle in their CyberTruck. What's the point of getting out to stay in??
I thought the same thing. Also, if the parts and craftsmanship were excellent, then it would spring a leak, bind a slide, or crunch a sink in years instead of months. There are more moving parts than the pop-outs on an RV.No one would overland in this thing. It is a weekend camper at best.
R value of 2? This thing will have tons of gaps and allow bugs in.
Where do all the mechanicals go? What about the water tanks? Plumbing?
I see no practically, reliability, or effectiveness in this design.