One of the defining features of the Stockman Pod trailer is its diminutive size and weight. With the standard drawbar, it’s 3.8m long, 1.85m wide and 1.5m high, without the tent on top. The extended drawer bar adds 300mm of length, while the tent adds about 300mm in height. Either way, it’s not likely to be taller than your 4WD and is about as short as camper trailers get (other notable small campers include the Patriot X2 at 3.0m long and the Cub Weekender at 3.95m).
It’s potentially the lightest camper on the market. Because Stockman makes the bodies from roto-moulded plastic, it doesn’t have the inherent weight of steel, or even aluminium, trailers of a similar size. In the All-Roada, roof-top camper form, it weighs just 400kg, leaving about 350kg of load capacity if you don’t upgrade to the braked model (which can carry 600kg of stuff). Even the Extreme model, with heavy-duty independent suspension and heavier-duty frame only weighs 500kg. The Patriot X2, by comparison, is 835kg.
Weight (Tare/ATM/Tow Ball): From 400kg/750kg/50kg