Slide out caravans by Eterniti: EC2-26-IB4 and EC2-26-BB6

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  1. Paul Findlay says:

    Looking at purchasing a Large slide out type caravan but for 2 people. The EC2-26-IB4 would be ideal if the lounge area was more like a sitting room area and not made for turning into a bed area. Can this be done?? (ie settee & two luxury chairs etc ?/)

  2. Gwynnie says:

    We went touring in Western Australia this year in a Jayco sterling which had an east west bed that slid out, the space it made was brill. I have looked at different 2013 models with east west beds but because they don’t slide out its difficult for people to get through. Why do they design east west aisle beds where only the person,the one who sleeps on the right can access the toilet, it doesn’t make sense. We look forward with interest at seeing your caravans at the NEC hopefully,having experienced using a caravan with slide out side.

  3. Les Paine says:

    Hi Alex, Practical Caravan recommend a Toyota Land Cruiser, I have one and it’s brilliant or a Landrover Discovery.

  4. Alex Wilson says:

    Saw these at NEC IB4 great caravan love the wide doors my s-i-l has learning difficulties and is on the large side so wider doors fab, also great big end washroom with outside entrance great,slide out is out of this world, a bit short on cupboard space, we where going to by Motorhome to have gap year ( one to two years traveling around europe, we are both 60 in April ) now we are having a very big re think, do not know what towing vehicle we will have to go for, anyone any ideas? we thinking ML 320 (not new)

    • Craig says:

      Hi Alex, you probably will need a pretty big car to pull one of these.
      You could visit Towsure for a bit of help finding an ideal tow car match.
      Kind regards
      Caravan Guard

  5. nick Blake says:

    As to the previous post,we were told this was a model that was put together in a rush for the show.
    On the strength of the caravan alone we ordered a BB5,there were caravans at the show that were more money and not as well spec’d
    Even the MD came over to thank us for the purchase,now that’s service,please keep it up and these caravans will take off!

  6. Bill Wright says:

    What a breath of FRESH AIR “The new kid on the block” has got it right first time…Would love one but the P/X price for mine was so low I could not believe it……Would have bought at the show if the P/X had been better…
    The (FREE AWNING) was soaked up by bad P/X…
    Should I win the lottery they have a customer…

  7. Andrea Hopkinson says:

    We saw these at the NEC and were very impressed and were looking to purchase. The interiors were superb, the best at the show, however what put us off was the finish to the exterior. Where the body panels were joined, in some places there was an inch gap filled with silicone, (not even applied neatly) not good! We all know how filth silicone can get when the caravan has been on the road. Even where the awning was attached there were globs of silicone. Sort this out and you have another buyer!

  8. Katie says:

    These look AMAZING! Me and my husband are definatley looking at buying one – so worth the price.. Theyre new on the market – the caravaning world hasnt seen anything like this and i think this will seriously take off.. They look amazing!!

  9. john drew says:

    cant wait to see one of these in the flesh would use it as a seasonal set up looks favorable when compared to a fith wheeler

  10. Interested says:

    What shows will you be at pleas

  11. Phil says:

    Look’s good I would love a caravan with both tripple bunds and a fixed bed but at the end of the day, you can oly fit so much into a space.

  12. Neil says:

    Hi Mr Craven,

    I’m not sure if the 6 berth has bunk beds in the slideout, but I do know that Eterniti give customers the option of having a triple or double bunk behind the bathroom at no extra cost.

    Caravan Guard

  13. Mr Craven says:

    Hope the 6 berth has the slide out with bunk bed, and only two fixed behind the bathroom, As triple bunks just don’t work when kids grow over seven years old !
    Or do two bunks in the slide out end to end and larger kitchen area, with end wardrobe at side of bathroom.
    Air-con should also be an option…

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