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Jake

Colorado

Reviewed on 2021-05-10

RV reviewed2021 Braxton creek Free solo Plus FAM

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2.4
I purchased a Braxton Creek Free Solo from Cousins RV in Loveland CO. The total cost came out to be $18,000 to drive it out of the lot. After my first outing experience with the trailer I realized what an over priced POS it is. This camper is made from hand selected cheap, unreliable and underperforming components and appliances, put together by the lousy workmanship of the over exploited American middle class with all of it's mediocrity. Braxton Creek is working hard to keep consumer expectations low. As a proud American I am really ashamed of this product... I wish it came with a "Made in China" label.
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3.0
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Clifford

Texas

Reviewed on 2022-06-21

RV reviewed2021 Braxton Creek Free Solo OG

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1.4
The concept for this unit is great. The execution is lacking. The A/C unit does not cool the cabin off and blows luke warm/hot air. The warranty process takes forever from the manufacturer. They really drag their feet. I put in a claim and it took almost 6 months to get responses and action. The A/C unit has a terrible design that does not allow for air flow to the unit. The Free Solo does handle well off-roading and drives particularly well for being as light as it is. The overall functionality and comfort is lacking overall. I purchased this unit primarily because it was small and had an A/C and have regretted it ever since. If you don't ever need the A/C then this unit works fine.
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Kayla Griggs

Texas

Reviewed on 2022-06-11

RV reviewed2021 Braxton Creek Free Solo Din

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1.8
I bought this brand new 8 months ago. It is made of cheap particle board. everything in it is made as cheaply as possible. There is no insulation and it leaks. You will not be able to use this travel trailer in heat over 85° because there is no insulation whatsoever. I am in the Texas heat and even after cooling it off for over 24 hours it is still 90° + in here. I am so disappointed in this purchase. I would not recommend this travel trailer to anyone. It sucks!
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Jeff Beck

Colorado

Reviewed on 2021-07-07

RV reviewed2021 Braxton Creek Free Solo OG

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2.8
To my complete disappointment, my brand new Braxton Creek Free Solo pours water into the kitchen if it is raining outside. It's camping and it does rain. We had to use a bowl to catch the water while we were using the kitchen. I would expect to be able to use the kitchen while it's raining but oh no, that is not the intended design per the manufacturer. This was their response to my inquire. "...it is not mean to be used in the rain. It is not something that we are intending to change."
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