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Old 03-19-2020, 05:05 PM
louish louish is offline
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Lightbulb Camper Conversion Plug and Play - turning your Sienna into a camper without changing

About the conversion
  • The conversion consists of a bench and kitchen box, which can be built and installed separately.
  • The combination of both turns into an almost king size bed, where up to 4 people can sleep.
  • The camper conversion is attached to the car for transportation to reduce the risk of movement
  • The bench gets mounted on the original seat mounts of the Toyota Sienna with captain chair configuration.
  • The kitchen is locked in place in the trunk to allow for the drawer and table to be pulled out.
  • The conversion is for Sale on ebay now: https://www.ebay.com/itm/233530691671
  • Also check out our Video about the conversion: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R02VYlJLRa4

Why is our Camper conversion better than others?

This conversion uses the complete space in the most effective way:
  • Up to 4 adults can sleep in the car comfortably.
  • 5 legal seats with seat belts, place for 8 people to sit when parked.
  • A lot of storage in the bench, the kitchen-box, in the trunk, and under the bed.
  • The mattress has two types of different foam to make it slim (just 2.5), so that we keep more headroom.

The camper conversion is attached to the car for transportation to reduce the risk of movement
  • The bench gets mounted on the original seat mounts of the Toyota Sienna with captain chair configuration.
  • The kitchen is locked in place in the trunk to allow for the drawer and table to be pulled out.


The Toyota Sienna conversion is flexible
The conversation consists of two parts, which can be built and installed separately.
The bed and bench are split in the same place as the installed bench which makes these 5 modes possible:

1. Driving mode:
The bed is converted into a bench and the bed components can be stowed away easily. There is now plenty of space, think first class. While sitting on the original 3rd row you can lift your legs up on the bench and feel like you are kicking back in your living room.

2. Eating or working mode:
About one-third of the bed can be used as a table. The kitchen is ready to use at all times.

3. Nap mode:

One side, (rather the bigger, but also the small side) can be turned into a bed, the other one can be used to work, chat or play.

4. Sleeping mode:

Easier setup mode for about two people using the main mattress
Full bed mode, with mattress extensions to use the entire space.

5. Lazy mode:

You can still stay in the warm bed, but use the kitchen to make breakfast in the morning.

The kitchen has the space for the option to install batteries for on-board electricity and/or running water.
We made the experience that the alternator with the starter battery of the car provides enough power to charge phones, laptops, power-banks and other batteries while driving to and from our location. For lighting the van we are using battery powered LEDs.

A water tank and bowl for dishes provides for water needs in the kitchen perfectly.
Note: We did this conversion for a 2014 Sienna XLE AWD. Older or newer models and other trim levels may require adjustments.
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