5 Stand-Out Features of the Winnebago Micro Minnie FLX Travel Trailer
Highlights of this off-grid-ready towable RV, reviewed by an early user and experienced RVer.
By: GoLife Staff

Winnebago’s new Micro Minnie FLX towable offers a comfortable yet high-tech home on wheels for up to five people. With an additional solar panel and lithium-ion batteries, as well as water and electric conservation, you can stay off-grid in comfort for up to five days.

The Micro Minnie FLX has also won ‘Best New Model’ from RV Pro and ‘Top Debut’ from RVBusiness. You can see this award-winning towable in person at the Florida RV SuperShow in Tampa this January!

Top 5 Winnebago Micro Minnie FLX Features

1. Powered Stabilizing Jacks

The Micro Minnie FLX was designed for improved towability and livability. With powered jacks, you can stabilize your RV with the push of a button - making camp setup an easy and quick process.

2. Showermiser

This smart freshwater reclamation device helps you from wasting water and filling up your gray tank unnecessarily when waiting for your shower water to heat up. Once flipped on, the Showermiser recirculates the water and the device will actually start to turn white once the water has heated up, then you simply flip the switch to start using the shower.

3. Truma Aventa Air Conditioner

When off-grid, efficiency is key with appliances. The Truma Aventa air conditioner can be run off of your batteries. Plus, it is very quiet!

4. New Power System

The Micro Minnie FLX includes a large 320-amp-hour lithium-ion battery, a Xantrex 3000-watt inverter, and two large 190-watt solar panels on the roof. These work together to allow for much more energy independence when traveling and boondocking.

5. Truma Aquago Water Heater

This tankless water heater by Truma regulates the water temperature to prevent the shifts from cold to hot when taking a shower. 

Towable Owner Micro Minnie FLX Review

Watch the Micro Minnie FLX Insider review video for insights from Winnebago Towables Product Manager, Adam Christoffersen, and Winnebago Ambassador and early user, Robert Morales.

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