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WHY BEAN

LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY

Bean Trailer offers a limited lifetime warranty against leaks where the endcap ends and the roof begins (roof line). Roof line begins above the rear hatch and continues forward on both sides to the beginning of the molded in recess for protective material(ie diamond plate). This warranty is granted to the original owner and is not transferable. Lifetime warranty excludes, but is not limited to, the following:

1. Leaks resulting from roof penetrations such as the installation of vents, fans windows or rack systems. Warranty does not include leaking associated with side wall penetrations such as doors, windows, inlet and outlets.

2. Leaks associated with damage, misuse and modifications of Bean.

3. Leaks associated with the rear hatch hinge, door, latching system and galley rain gutter.

THIRD PARTY CERTIFICATION

Bean Trailers are Pacific West Associate (PWA) Certified. PWA is a third party inspection agency that audits compliance with NFPA 1192 Standard for Recreational Vehicles. You can rest assured that your Bean Trailer is audited for the latest in fire, electrical, structural, plumbing, heating, and life safety issues.

THERE IS SOMETHING ABOUT BEAN

People flock to Bean because it makes immediate sense.  Human factored engineering was used in every design aspect. From glossy sculpted fenders and soft headliner to clever storage solutions, warm cabin lighting, and pass thru cabinets, Bean is curated to make you comfortable and feel at home. In fact, the cabin is so ideal for rest and sleep that you might feel a twinge of guilt that you are not “roughing it” enough.

30 YEARS OF FIBERGLASS EXPERIENCE

With decades of fiberglass experience and an industry needing a facelift, Bean set themselves apart by building their shell (side walls and roof) out of molded fiberglass. This means no more leaky nights and a product that will last a lifetime! This construction method allows for up to 12” more of headspace so you never feel confined. We also use a thick (10-12mm) glossy marine grade gelcoat which means enhanced durability and UV resistance. Our color application is so deep you can buff out fine scratches and discoloration associated with normal wear and tear. Inside the cabin, we build a modern and spacious interior of durable laminate walls, impact resistant fiberglass floor, cabinetry with grain matching wood veneers and a soft touch headliner.

FEWER SEAMS, SEEMS OBVIOUS

Our insulation is comprised of 3/4” bug and water resistant space age composite material. Not only is your trailer going to manage variable weather better, but you’ll never need to worry about wood walls getting moldy. Sure, it’s more expensive to build but it’s the right way if you want a product that will last. Ask experienced RV users and you’re bound to hear stories about leaks, dry rot, and mold resulting from seams between the roof and side panels. You can’t have a leak in a seam that doesn’t exist, and it will never exist in your Bean. 

 

IN THE NEWS

“Its simple but smart construction ensures that road trippers and off-road adventurers will be able to drive farther and enjoy their time at camp.”

– New Atlas

“The bean trailer is like towing a tiny “modern hotel room” behind your car.”

– Fatherly

“The classic teardrop shape gets a modern reboot.”

– Curbed

“It has all the right ingredients to become a favorite among camping aficionados.”

– Men’s Gear

HOW MUCH ROOM IS THERE ?

Among many hobbies, Ben likes​ to take Bean out on the weekends to camp and fortunately his height has never gotten in the way of a good night’s rest. Not only is Bean built for giants, our cabin has almost 12 inches more headspace than our competitors.

BEAN TEAM