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Message posted by alisonme17/5/2015 at 8:48pm
Outfit: Combi Camp Location: Manchester
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Sorry, not been on for a while. No, the kitchen is fixed on the Combi. The plus is that the kitchen never has to be lifted, it's used in situ. It is a pretty big trailer, it's as big as we can go, but since you were asking about hard tops and storing outside... We are very happy with it, much prefer it to the Camplet which was the first TT we had. Had we made the trip to Thame back then we might have saved ourselves some money in the long run.
I like that the main unit goes up in minutes, no pegging, the awning roof stays on, and can be set up as a canopy over the kitchen as well, so we really do have a quick pitch, compact unit. At the same time, for the four of us fully pitched it's got loads of space, and although that takes time it's really easy to do. When the kids were younger the flexibility wouldn't really have been particularly beneficial because we always needed space, but now they're older it's brilliant.
I don't think any of the manufacturers really cater for growing kids wanting their own space though, and the trailers seem to be getting bigger, which in a crowded UK is not ideal! Good luck with your decision!
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