We believe in having the right tools for every job, so when we needed a comfortable everyday commuter car that could quickly pull double-duty as an all-conquering weekend warrior camper, a Subaru Outback seemed like the only logical answer.
Nothing transformed our Subaru Outback into a camper more than adding a rooftop tent. And that’s coming from someone who used to be a big skeptic when it comes to roof top tents.
While the rooftop tent made the biggest change to the comfort of the Outback camper, the all-terrain tires easily made the biggest change to its capabilities.
A fridge allows us to stock up for days when going off-the-grid and still be able to make good meals with fresh ingredients. Without a good fridge, we’ve found that we start resorting to fast food and restaurant meals a bit sooner than intended.
I love how simple the Jackery 1000 is to use and it comes with everything we need out of the box. We plug the Jackery Explorer 1000 into the 12v car plug in the cargo area which charges while we’re driving and plug the fridge into the Jackery. Literally, 2 plugs and we’re ready to go!