Habitents uses the hatchback for support, so no poles are needed
The Habitents sets up in minutes with no annoying poles, guy lines or stakes
It looks snug, but it has to be more comfortable than leaning back in the front seats
The Habitents adds some ventilation
Is that a Habitents, or is your Toyota Prius just happy to see me?
For less than $100, the Habitents turns your Prius into a functional sleeping shelter
We've seen a lot of campers here at Gizmag. Typically, they're made for big, gas-drunk trucks, SUVs and vans - vehicles with the size and hauling capacity to spend the night in. What we're not used to seeing is campers made for small, fuel-frugal hybrids. But the Habitents is just that - a camper extension for the Toyota Prius.
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