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Globe‑Traveller RV sp. z o.o. sp. K.

HEADQUARTERS:

ul. Tyniecka 118e 
30-376 Kraków
Poland

KRS 0000412430 | NIP 6762453329


PRODUCTION PLANT:

ul. St. Wyszyńskiego 5
05-480 Karczew
Poland


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Part 4. - #GTCampervans
H3 vs. H2

Today, let us focus on height and explain what the difference is between a ‘high roof’ and a ‘super high roof’ and why it is so important.

At Globe-Traveller we only build our campers based on L3H2, L4H2, L3H3 or L4H3 panel vans. L indicates the length of the vehicle: L3 I 599 cm and L4 is 636 cm long. H tells what the height is: H2 – high roof – 260 cm and H3 – super high roof – 280 cm.

While all Voyager, Pathfinder and Explorer models are based on the ‘super high roof’ panel vans, for Challenge series and Active ZS we use ‘high roof’ vehicles.

As you already know we modify roofs in Voyager and Pathfinder models, adding extra 20 cm of height nearby a dinette area of the van. In this case clearance (distance between floor and a ceiling) is 210 cm in the front and 195 cm nearby a main bed. In Explorer models it is equal to 195 cm throughout the whole length.
Additionally, we were able to build a double floor under entire habitation area, what makes all the three series truly winterized motorhomes.

Models based on H2 vehicles have a clearance of 189 cm and do not have a double floor. They are not only lower, less prone to side wind gusts, but also slightly lighter. The difference in the weight is about 60 kg between the models of the same length.

So, if you do not plan to use your van in the winter when temperatures are below 0 and if you do not need four berths, most likely a Challenge or Active models are better for your needs. Bit more compact, slightly easier to drive on the highway and with better fuel economy, they are much better choice for those who prefer Spain over Switzerland in the winter and usually travel for very long distances during their trips.

And next time, we will tell you what is unique about Active ZS and why it is so special.😃

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Are you ready for next part of our comparisons? 🙃
Part 3. - #GTCampervans
Explorer vs. Pathfinder

Today something just for the two of you! Let us present Globe Traveller Explorer!

What differs Explorer from Pathfinder?
☑️ height of the vehicle - 280 cm vs. 300 cm
☑️ no roof modification in Explorer, neither fold down upper bed
☑️ additional, vast overhead lockers in dining area

What is common?
✅ all three floor plans (XS, X and Z) are the same for both series
✅ standard rear doors
✅ double floor (fully winterised camper van)
✅ bike version available in both series in Z models only

Let's make Friday's evening romantic ! 😍
Do you know the song written by Bill Withers, "Just the Two of Us"? If not for the year of the creation of the song, we would have claimed that it was created during the journey in one of Globe-Traveller Explorers. 😀
Please check the first comment in this post!

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The Globe-Traveller Voyager ZS is being presented for the first time at the exhibition addressed to people around 60.
60plus Mässan is a series of events that take place in various cities in Sweden throughout the year. In total there are 6 of them.
Do you have such events in your country or town?

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Presentation of Globe-Traveller series and models.
Part 2. #GTcampervans
Pathfinder vs. Voyager

Pathfinder and Voyager are the most popular series of Globe-Traveller vans. To some extend they are similar. For example, all models in both series provide a comfortable sleeping places for families with up to two kids, as they are equipped with our unique pull-down folding beds. But there are some important differences you should be aware of before deciding which model is best for you.
Differences:
☑️ back wall of the van – standard door vs. a large lid providing access to the garage
☑️ washroom – integrated vs. separated shower with dry and wet zones (in Z models) / external vs internal folding washbasin (in XS and X models)
☑️ internal sliding door (in Voyager XS model)
☑️ ZS model only available as Voyager (no equivalent in Pathfinder series)

Hint no. 1 - How to figure out which series is the camper van, at first sight?
✅ Have a look at the back of the car. Standard door (Fiat or Peugeot) are present in all Pathfinder models. The GFK (composite lightweight material) walls are installed in all Voyager models.
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Hint no. 2
✅ If you are after dry and wet zones in the bathroom, Voyager Z is the only camper van of its kind to offer this unique feature. On the other hand, the integrated shower with the toilet in Pathfinder Z is slightly more comfortable if you need more space overall.
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Hint no. 3
✅ Folding washbasins in the bathroom of Voyager X and XS models will let you save some space inside the van, while external sink in Pathfinder X and XS models can be used when the other person takes the shower or occupies the toilet.
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Hint no. 4
✅ If you prefer vans under 6 meters, Voyager XS is the only XS with the sliding internal door to provide maximum privacy when you travel with kids. By the way, you will find this feature in all Globe-Traveller X models.
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✅ Or if you need two single beds in the main bedroom area, Voyager ZS is the only winterized Globe-Traveller model with this layout.
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Presentation of Globe-Traveller series and models.
Part 1. #GTcampervans
To meet your requirements and expectations, we begin a series of posts describing the functionality of camper vans and explaining the differences between individual series and models. Every post will be marked with the hashtag #GTcampervans, for easier search. All comments and remarks are welcome! 😊

All camper vans manufactured under the Globe-Traveler brand have 4 seats. What differentiates each series is:
☑️ double floor (winterised version) or single floor
☑️ rear wall with a garage lid or standard door
☑️ vehicle height: 2.65 m, 2.8 m or 3 m
☑️ number of berths: 2(+1) or 2+2

We will provide more details on each differentiator in the coming posts.
Today let's focus on more generic characteristics which are length of the vehicle and the floor plan.

Within each series, the vans differ by:
➡️ length (599 cm or 636 cm)
➡️ interior layout (two single beds or a French bed)

Hint no. 1 - How to figure out what length is the camper van?
✅ all models, regardless of the series, marked with the letter S (XS and ZS), are 599 cm long
✅ all models, regardless of the series, without the letter S (X and Z) are 636 cm long.

Hint no. 2 - How to figure out the bed type and bathroom placement?
✅ all models, regardless of the series, marked with the letter X (X and XS) have a French bed
✅ all models, regardless of the series, marked with the letter Z (Z and ZS) have two single beds which can be converted into one large double bed.

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