inTech RV Trailers – Flyer Series – Chase, Pursue, and Explore Aluminum Campers – A Full Review

Special thanks to Marty Cohrs of Sunny Island RV for showing us what the the Flyer Pursue has to offer.

inTech RV Background

We discovered inTech RV trailers yesterday at the 2020 Chicago RV and Camping Show.

We’ve covered several made to order custom shops that offer a wide range of options in teardrop and lightweight trailers. (Check out Timberleaf, Vintage Overland, Off-Grid Trailers, Hiker Trailer, Oregon Trail’R, Vistabule, and Escapod to name a few.)

Most of these are small teams, using their skills to design and build their dream trailer and turning it into a business. They are not big corporate RV companies with massive resources.

But inTechRV is a blend of both. It’s an off shoot of inTech Trailers, located in Nappanee, IN. (17 miles from Elkhart – RV capital of the world.)

inTech’s heritage is building all-aluminum car haulers. So the foundation of every trailer they make is a fully-welded aluminum cage. This keeps them lightweight, easy to tow, rust free, and durable.

Employees share in the profits, so quality and workmanship is a shared value. Every trailer part is built in-house for maximum control of quality and process. Backed up by a offer a 3 year transferrable warranty. (Very unusual.)

Flyer Series – Chase, Pursue, and Explore Campers

We’ll take a deep dive into each model, but let’s cut to the chase…some features that stand out right away.

Pros

  • All-Aluminum Construction
  • Tent Attachment (sleep 4-6 total)
  • Transferrable warranty
  • Heat and A/C
  • Double Rear doors allow gear hauling
  • Slide Out Kitchen
  • Off-Road Package Available

Cons

  • No galley (actually a plus, here)

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Chase Flyer – Smallest Trailer

Chase is the smallest camper here. It is missing the pullout kitchen and some other upgrades, but don’t be fooled. This small trailer pulls its weight. With racks on top and a 2″ receiver, you can easily carry kayaks and bikes.

And the add-on tent increases sleeping so there is room for the whole family.

All three models are available with additional options which we will highlight below.

Chase starts with a Base Price is $11,995.

Specs

Overall

  • Dry Weight 950-1280 lb.
  • Tongue Weight . 190-215 lb.
  • GVWR 2200 lb.
  • Net Capacity 950-1250 lb.
  • Ball height 17″

Outside

  • Frame All-aluminum cage frame
  • Coupler 2″ Ball
  • Receiver 2″ 100 lb.
  • Load center 30 Amp
  • Solar Zamp solar
  • Roof aluminum
  • Tires ST205/75R15 Tires w/Aluminum Wheels – plus Spare Tire

Inside

  • Bed Size 59″ x 78″
  • Ventilation Maxx Air vent fan
  • Insulation R7 bubble foil
  • Storage front cabinet + 3 nets
  • Flooring infinity woven
  • Entertainment bluetooth stereo 2speakers + TV prep
  • Lighting 2 LED dome lights
  • Outlets (1) 12V Outlet w/(2) USB Ports & (2) 120V Outlets

Dimensions

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Pursue Flyer | Slide-Out Kitchen

Pursue is slightly bigger than the Chase, but the major difference is the slide out kitchen.

Kitchen Features

  • 2 burner stove (1lb propane tanks)
  • Large storage cabinet
  • Removable table for prep space
  • 120 V receptacle
  •  50 quart 12V/120V Refrigerator
  • 12 Volt LED light

Many Teardrops are designed with a galley kitchen in back. The slide out kitchen is a good use of space and has two added benefits.

By locating the kitchen up front, these trailers can do double duty. With double doors open in the rear and wide open interior, these to be used as gear/cargo haulers when not on an adventure. (use a ramp and haul motorcycles, etc.)

And when you are on a camping – attach the tent, leave the rear doors open and you have sleeping room for up to 6. Heat and A/C will cover the tent too.

Pursue starts with a Base Price of $14,995.

Specs

Overall

  • Dry weight 1090-1595 lb.
  • Tongue weight 225-325 lb.
  • GVWR 2200 lb.
  • Net Capacity 600-1110 lb.
  • Ball height 17″

Exterior

  • All-aluminum cage frame
  • Coupler 2″ ball
  • Rear receiver 2″
  • Load center 30 Amp
  • Roof aluminum
  • Solar Zamp solar prep
  • Tires ST205/75R15 Tires w/Aluminum Wheels – and Spare Tire

Interior

  • Bed Size 59″ x 78″
  • Ventilation Maxx Air vent fan
  • Insulation R7 bubble foil wrap
  • Storage front cabinet + 3 nets
  • Flooring infinity woven flooring
  • Entertainment bluetooth stereo, 2 speakers and TV prep
  • Lighting 2 LED dome lights
  • Outlets (1) 12V Outlet w/(2) USB Ports & (2) 120V Outlets

Dimensions

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Explore Flyer | Roadside Tip-Out

Explore is the largest model. The profile is taller to begin with but what really adds to the usable space is a side tip-out. (Optional curbside tip-out as well.)

Tip-out Adds Space

  • Sleeps 4-6 adults (depending on 1 or 2 tip-outs)
  • Increases square footage
  • Open floor space

The other feature that sets the Explore apart is the option to have one rear door that opens down, becoming a ramp. This makes it easy for to haul your favorite toys.

Explore has a Base Price of $17,495.

Specs

Overall

  • Dry weight 1450-2020 lb.
  • Tongue weight 250-350 lb.
  • GVWR 2990 lb.
  • Net capacity 970-1540 lb.
  • Ball height 17″

Exterior

  • Frame All-aluminum cage frame
  • Coupler 2″
  • Rear receiver 2″ (100 lb.)
  • Load center 30 Amp
  • Solar ZAmp solar prep
  • Ramp Loading ramp rated at 2200 lb.
  • Roof Aluminum
  • Tires ST205/75R15 Tires w/Aluminum Wheels – Includes Spare Tire

Interior

  • Tip-out Bed 46″ x 81″
  • Ventilation MaxxAir vent fan
  • Insulation R7 foil bubble wrap
  • Lower storage Cabinet + 3 nets
  • Overhead storage cubby
  • Flooring black coin
  • Tie-downs 6 – 500 lb. rings
  • Lighting 4 LED dome lights
  • Outlets (1) 12V Outlet w/(2) USB Ports & (2) 120V Outlets
  • Entertainment bluetooth 2 speakers, TV prep

Dimensions

Explore Trailer dimension chart
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Flyer Color Options

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Optional Upgrades

(Depending on Model)

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Other inTech Small Trailers

In addition to the all-aluminum Flyer Series, inTech makes other small trailers that are worth a look. For starters, Luna, which is a classic teardrop trailer.

FAQ

Where is inTech RV located?

inTech Rv is located 17 miles from Elkhart, IN in Nappanee.

How much does a teardrop trailer cost?

Teardrop trailers come in all shapes and sizes. inTech Rv makes all-aluminum teardrop campers that range in price. The Chase Flyer starts at $11,995. Pursue Flyer can be purchased for $14,995, and Explore Flyer starts with a base price of $17,495. All models are available with add-on options that can increase the price.

Can a teardrop trailer also be a gear hauler?

intech RV makes teardrop trailers with large double doors allowing the trailer to haul gear as well. Th Explore model comes with one large rear door that opens down. It acts as a ramp for micro-hauling with a rating of 2200 lb.

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