swissRoomBox® Home On Board Innovation

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swissRoomBox ® outdoor innovation. More than 100 years ago the Swiss Army Knife was the first foldable multi-tool pocket knife. Today another Swiss company has developed the swissRoomBox®, the world first foldable camping-car equipment that can be installed in most cars and mini-vans. This miniaturised modular system can be installed in the boot of your vehicle and enables you to cook, eat, shower and sleep in total autonomy during your outdoor adventures.

swissRoombox® home on board

swissRoomBox®, the world's smallest removable motor home set up fitting most cars

Multi-functions “home on board” device
The ultimate camping equipment for travelers, leisure and sport people. swissRoomBox® a unique model that will enable you to transform the modules into the shower, kitchen, bed and dining room in less than 5 minutes and without tools! The swissRoomBox® offers the comfort of hot water, gas, and electricity in 220V, 12V and 5V USB while its intelligent system of voltage control monitors your car battery.

15 minutes in/out
swissRoomBox® an ingenious modular system that remains simple to use. Without any modification on your car, in less than 15 minutes, it mounts and dismounts easily if you wish to use the trunk space of the vehicle for other purposes. In the closed position, its minimum volume enables the use of all passenger seats during the trips.

Swiss Quality
All the technology of a camping-car gathered in 4 clever modules. Designed and manufactured in Switzerland, the swissRoomBox® embodies a concept of quality that includes the reliability, precision and robustness of the chosen material and all the technical equipment.

Where to buy
The swissRoomBox® is on the market from 2011 and is available in Europe by ordering on the company web site :
Your car becomes a camping-car for a more affordable budget than buying a standard recreational vehicle (approx. 10 time more expensive).

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