T@G & T@B Trailers: 2018 model tours

As you all know, I spent the best year of my life living in a tiny T@G teardrop trailer. When the time came to move on, I took Phoenix back home to the nüCamp factory in Sugarcreek, OH and picked up my new Outback T@B, Rocky.

While I was visiting, nüCamp was kind enough to give me free reign on their newest 2018 models so I could share with all of you. Join me as I walk through a 2018 Outback T@G Teardrop, my own personal Outback T@B Trailer, and even their newest and largest trailer, the T@B 400.

While the majority of people will buy these for recreation, I do hope you will see the beauty and freedom of the possibilities of living a more simple life. Love & Light.

2018 T@G Outback Teardrop

2018 T@B Outback Trailer

2018 T@B 400 Trailer

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17 Comments on “T@G & T@B Trailers: 2018 model tours

  1. I love all the references to how spacious everything is! 🙂

  2. Thanks for the tour! I think you and NuCamp make a great team.

  3. Hey, Mandy. All of the upgrades you helped make happen are the exact ones needed. Those outlets beat the heck out of my extension cord! Haha. Thanks for being the woman you are and sharing all that you do. Happy trails. Your fan, Jackie

    • Aww… thanks for your support! It means the world to me!

  4. Best of the walkthroughs I’ve seen on these yet. I especially like the highlights of what’s new for 2018. Way to make those awesome changes happen BTW 😉 . Love the behind the TV “Mandy Hamper”. Some feedback: I found the music volume level too high on the T@B video relative to your speaking volume. Keep on rockin’ .

    • Aw thanks Zachary! I know about the music… I’ll get better!

    • I noticed the same thing regarding the music. I couldn’t hear all that was being said about the various trailers because the music was so annoyingly loud. I would prefer no music background at all, but if you must have it, don’t make it so loud it drowns out the discussion of the trailer highlights.

  5. Hey, on the T@G, where is the solar charge controller? Is there a monitor where you can see how many AMPs you’re generating etc.? And do you still have the option of adding an external panel if, say, you want to park it in the shade? Thanks!

    • Hey! The controller is inside, but you rarely need to change it once it’s set. There is an app you can install on your phone to monitor the charge. I’m not certain about adding extra panels. They hook up on the roof and you’d probably need to make sure there is a place to plug in additional panels. I haven’t really found that to be an issue yet.

      • Now THAT is cool (re: the app to monitor charge) – something else it didn’t know. I’m a bit geeky – love seeing what sort of power I’m generating like on my home setup. The extra panels are not for more power, but for when I park in the shade and want some panels some distance away in a sunny patch. All of the T@B’s so far seem to come with the Zamp solar connector by the battery, and I was curious if it was still there if the solar option was selected.

      • The same connection will likely go away…

  6. Hi Mandy. I’m just learning about the T@B trailers and the information you share is much appreciated. Is the T@B trailer, by design, suited for four season camping or have you had to make modifications to allow for this? If so, what have you done? I recall one of your vlogs in which you talked about items freezing during last year’s Colorado winter. What will you do differently to improve your comfort level? Thanks for sharing your stories and your beautiful photography. Peace!

    • Hi Margaret! Great questions! Last year I was living in a T@G, which is the smallest version of teardrop they make. That model does not come with a heater, so it inherently is a bit cold in the winter! That is where I needed to take extra steps to get heat. Now I am in a little bit larger model, the T@B. It has a heater that is run on propane. When running all the time the heater can suck through the propane, so as long as you make sure you can refill or have an extra tank, you’re good to go with no extra mods. The campers are all very well insulated.

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