Open Range is designed for full time living with residential appliances. The residential refrigerator will operate while you tow the camper down the road, no generator needed. The campers have a PVC roof which means the roof membrane reflects 30% or more of the heat and cold away. PVC takes 2X as much to puncture and is far harder to tear. PVC also allows permanent patches for repairs. PVC is a commercial building roof material.
Open Range on the inside has a lot of well thought hidden features. I try to point them all out when I conduct my walkthroughs. Storage behind TVS, spice racks, extra power plugs and plenty of table top space are flush throughout the campers.
Interior décor is very fresh with antique white trim and dark modern accents around electronics. The trim paint was custom developed and patented with a paint company to replicate European antique even with the dusty corners.
Slide outs are 42” deep offering so much more space that the natural feel isn’t noticeable until returning to a lower end camper where the cramp feeling returns.
In short, if you truly want quality and a camper that lasts, if you want to stay in luxury then an Open Range is for you.