Teardrop campers have been popular since the 1930s. Gidget Retro Teardrop Camper is a modern take on this vehicle. Unlike regular campers, Gidget is smaller in size and yet, it sacrifices almost nothing of the luxuries of large campers and RVs. It has a pod that slides out and can be molded into a queen size bed easily. Combined with this, a slide out table is present to complete a lounge area. There is a small kitchen with glass top sink, two-burner gas cooktop and cooler. The kitchen is connected with a pressurized cold water system, which is supplied via water tank. Along with that, there is a waste water tank, as well. In case you are up to some entertainment, there is a rotating TV/DVD and radio with a set of built-in speakers. There is a 1500mm wide skylight and 110W solar panel system.
Since, as you can see, Gidget has a fair amount of luxury stuff, you might be afraid of getting robbed. Creators took care of that by making an anti-theft device, which includes flashing lights, sound SOS and a panic button inside the camper. Gidget weighs about 1,213 lb (550 kg) dry, so it can be towed even by smaller vehicles. The woodwork on the trailer is made from Australian mainland and Tasmanian timbers. Currently, Gidget offers two models: the compact Bondi and the larger Noosa.