These are links with interesting things to consider for your campervan or if you would like to build your own. A small disclaimer: most of these have not been reviewed by me and I don’t endorse them. The reviewed ones on here are based on my experience and my experience alone… so please take it for what it is, but I hope it’s useful. I’m hoping to add more and to review more of these as I go along.
Forums and friendly communities:
Small Motor Home: excellent website about small motor homes with very friendly community and lots of accumulated experience
Websites of NV200 related self-conversions and blogs:
Do your dream – I love this site of a full conversion of an NV200 from start to finish with lots of pictures and tips. It’s got a lot of other interesting things on there as well, including travels.
Dinkum – the one and only Dinkum – a great blog about using the NV200 as a camper with so much else and lots of reviews, feedback etc…
NV200 Campervan – interesting site with a summary of good ideas and some interesting links at the bottom.
Living the life of Doris – the adventures of ‘busli’ (‘little bus’ in Swiss German) the white NV200.
Cambee not reviewed
Materials for conversion:
For the van:
Vanbitz not reviewed
Space Camper (in German) not reviewed
CLT Powerpack not reviewed
Goal Zero powerpack not reviewed
12 Volt planning not reviewed
Acrylic sheeting not reviewed
Camper Himmel (in German):
A German company but they will ship to the UK. I ordered some ventilation grids from them. Excellent service and excellent product. Well worth considering if you want ventilation and you don’t want to cut a hole in your van.
Jacksons camping equipment not reviewed
Jacksons leisure supplies not reviewed
Towsure not reviewed
Great western camping not reviewed
World of Camping not reviewed
Leisureshopdirect not reviewed
Highlander not reviewed
Corelle crockery not reviewed
Genware enamel crockery not reviewed
Reimo not reviewed
Cookers and cool boxes:
Not sure if 4 stars is justified as the Origo 1500 I bought is really well made. I may change this to five stars later on. I gave it 4 stars after testing as it did leave black sooting on the pot I used and it did smell a lot, but this may be due to the marine fuel I used, which was designed for this cooker. So… the four stars may not be directly linked to the product but more to the fuel used… further testing required.
Primus stoves not reviewed
Highlander double gas cooker not reviewed
Waeco fridges not reviewed
Disclaimer: this is a collection of links and sites I like and not meant to be representative or a ‘quality mark’. The opinions on this page and this site are mine only.