As more and more people work remotely, they are exploring alternative options to the traditional home office. California-based company Pebble has introduced a great solution for those who prefer to be productive on the move while also being eco-friendly. The Pebble Flow Trailer is a luxurious, modern, and all-electric trailer that offers remote workers everything they need to take their workspace off-grid.
California-based company Pebble has designed an all-electric trailer that’s ideal for people who work remotely.
At a length of 25 feet, the trailer is spacious enough to accommodate both work and living needs. With its panoramic windows, users can enjoy a stunning view of the surroundings while working. The trailer boasts a large, queen-sized murphy bed at the back, as well as a convertible full bed. The desk can easily be flipped down to create a workspace for a laptop, and there is also a kitchen for preparing meals on the go. Additionally, the trailer is equipped with various tech features, including InstaCamp, which allows users to easily park the trailer and have it automatically level itself, unfold the stairs, set the temperature, unlock the door, and pitch the awning. The Magic Hitch feature allows the trailer to self-align and hitch to the car, making it a breeze to travel to new destinations. Despite its size, the trailer can be easily towed with the dual-motor Active Propulsion Assist System, making for a comfortable and enjoyable journey.
The Pebble Flow can be charged at home or at charging stations, and store enough energy to last a week off-grid.
The Pebble Flow Trailer is powered by a 45 kH LFP battery, which is considered to be the safest EV battery available today. This battery has the capacity to power all of the trailer’s appliances, allowing users to stay off the grid for up to seven days. The battery can be charged at home, charging stations, or even campgrounds, making it a convenient option for users.
The trailer also collects solar energy on the road and when parked.
Moreover, the trailer is equipped with solar panels that automatically collect more power while on the road or parked. Pebble also claims that the trailer can be used as a reserve battery for homes in case of emergencies.