- 30 feet wide
- 344 square feet
- 2 beds, 1 bathroom
The base package for the Traveler XL is the most extensive I’ve seen, including everything from the maple composite floor to a kitchen with cabinets, stainless steel gas stove, deep stainless steel sink and a table butcher block kitchen cabinet. The bathroom features a vanity with a surprisingly spacious single sink, faucet, tub/shower combination, toilet, exhaust fan, large mirror, LED lighting, and hardware. That’s right, there’s a bathtub in this little house! There are upgrade options from the base package and they are all transparently priced on the technical sheet.
One thing that I liked about the Traveler XL was the comfort it provides for tall people. It contains a vaulted ceiling that makes the space feel spacious, and it puts the master bedroom on the first floor instead of limiting sleeping arrangements to a space-saving attic. The windows around the bedroom create a cozy nook that also allows you to stretch out without bumping into the ceiling. You can even make the bed without as much hassle as you would with a loft.
Escape has one cool feature that sets it apart from the rest: Getaway vacation. You can try the Traveler XL and other units by renting one for vacation and living in it yourself. It’s a good way to test out tiny life without making an investment upfront.
I was finally influenced by The Escape YouTube Channel, which contains a detailed presentation of the unit. The Traveler XL has an aesthetically pleasing exterior with plenty of windows, including an almost floor-to-ceiling window in the galley area. I’d rather live here than in a one bedroom apartment! The price is right too.
- Low consumption
- There’s a full tub included – and it fits in the bathroom
- The price sheet transparently displays the cost of add-ons, making it easy to budget
- The basic price is reasonable, considering all that is included in the price
- You can test the Traveler XL on vacation in a before buying
- They deliver, but the fee depends on the location. This is common for most businesses
- The attic of the second bedroom is accessible with a ladder, which may not be the best option for people with disabilities
- Not their cheapest unit