LivingLite’s QuickSilver 720HJ belongs to the category of small-size all-aluminum toy haulers; it offers fair living comfort and surprisingly large cargo capacity and space.
LivinLite is known for its all-aluminum RVs including travel trailers, truck campers, toy haulers and however strange it sounds - tent campers.
Obviously “All-aluminum” does not mean that suddenly tent fabric is replaced by an “aluminum foil”. It means that all structural components (chassis, box’s frame, trusses, floor, skin….) as well as majority of interior features (cabinetry, shelves, bed frames ….) are made from this ultralight and water resistant metal. And whenever the aluminum cannot be used, other composite materials sharing similar characteristics are applied. These for example will be Superflex membrane for roofing system, Azdel and fiberglass for walls and composite materials for countertops and table(s). The basic advantage of all-aluminum RVs is that rot and mold are eliminated once forever. As the result, such RVs are durable, easy to clean and maintain.
LivinLite QuickSilver 7x20HJ Toy Hauler
.... and its floor-plan
LivinLite offers several models of Quicksilver toy haulers from the smallest one 7 feet wide 7x18FK (it’s a newest model with box length < 19ft) to the largest one 8.5 feet wide - 8.5x30FBR (box length of 30’3”).
Here we will make the presentation of the narrow body model - Quicksilver 7x20HJ (in many design aspect very similar to the standard model 7x20).
As mentioned earlier there are many benefits of all-aluminum technology. One of them is their lite weight and what comes with it – the affordability. And this is not only due to reasonable initial ticket price but also because some smaller models are within the towing range of popular trucks and even SUVs. Indeed the QS 720HJ with its GVWR of 7,914 lbs and dry weight below 4,000 lbs fits into this category of towing cars. On the other side QS 720’s remarkable cargo capacity (around 3,500 lbs) gives you opportunity to stack your mobile garage with toys (motorbikes, quad, golf cart(s), ATW and almost limitless amount of gear….).
With the length of the box of just 20’8” the QS 720 is remarkably functional. The main kitchen’s cabinet includes 2-burner stainless-steel cook-top and single-bowl sink with high-rise faucet. The cook-top is flash-mounted in solid-surface countertop and thanks to stylish glass cover the galley is not only elegant but also very practical for preparation of meals. The fair-sized microwave oven as well as large (6 cu. ft.) 2-doors stainless-steel refrigerator completes the list of kitchen appliances. The latter works both on electricity or gas and thanks to the automatic switch between energy sources (electrical is preferred) its operation is “trouble-free” from the user’s point of view.
Kitchen and on the left door to the bath
Close view of the cook-top and sink
The cleverly designed deep cabinet shelf in the front wall just above the cook-top and sink is great not only for handy storage of frequently used kitchen items, spices, cans etc… but also for small appliances like toaster, coffee maker and so on (the dedicated 110V GFCI receptacle is ready for such tasks).
All in all – the concept of all-aluminum cabinets (frame and body) may scare some potential customers. In fact, those looking for warmness of wooden cabinetry may feel disappointed with omnipresent metal. However we have to credit the manufacturers with trying to make the best out of all-aluminum technology. The cabinets certainly look very elegant and while it does not change the feeling of metal’s “coldness”, practicality, easy maintenance and robustness will largely counterbalance initial feelings.
Interior - view from the rear
The full bath includes porcelain foot-flush toilet, vanity with sink and storage space, shower cabin with curtain and medicine cabinet. It is tight (no surprise as the QS 720HJ belongs to the class of rather smaller RVs), but still functional. BTW – weather permitting standard exterior hot/cold shower will offer open-space experience.
The garage houses dining, seating and sleeping accommodations. The folding sofa-bed and freestanding table serve as a dining corner. If needed, the sofa can be converted into 60” long bed. However the main sleeping space is provided by power drop-down Happijack queen-size bed in the rear part of the garage. For more comfort you can replace the standard queen-bed with the optional Happijack dinette/bed solution.
In the road configuration (as well as during camping day) the bed is raised-up to the ceiling leaving the clearance of about 69 inches (compared to comfortable 80” headroom throughout the unit). The rear deck with railings set on the ramp door is a nice extension of the living area into the nature.
a) Drop-down power HappiJack queen bed in its road configuration (lifted up).
b) see partially closed screen over the door opening
c) linoleum flooring and side strip of Diamond Kick-Plate protection along the walls
The entertainment center (stereo and TV-prep) is part of the optional Adventure Living Package. But given the content of the whole package it is a precious option. Obviously you do not want to be disturbed (eaten, bitten…) by flying creatures when listening to your favorite music or watching TV. The pull-down rear screen over the garage door opening guarantees full protection.
To bring a bit of interior “warmness” the floor is covered by the linoleum (standard feature). However recognizing the implication of garage LivinLite offers models without vinyl flooring with exposed aluminum. It’s definitely easier to keep clean, however it brings “into surface” more metal.
It’s nice to have large living area in the garage, however the main purpose of the Toy Hauler is to carry your Big Toys like motorbikes, quads, ATW, kayaks…. .
So here is what you have: Over the length of 9’10” you will find full width (6’7”) opening up to the fridge. However the right side of the garage (approximately 3.5 feet wide) is open over the length of almost 16ft (up to the kitchen cabinetry). Six D-rings (3 on each side) are available for tightening the stuff. It is worth to note that all along the interior garage walls there is a 10” strip of the Diamond Kick Plate protecting the walls from damage.
The deck with railings (the rear railing still not set)
Ramp in loading/unloading position
To make loading/unloading process easy in the darkness of night at the top of the garage opening there are two loading lights. The ramp itself is spring-assisted so the opening/closing process is quite effortless.
The QS 720 does not have much of interior storage (well, garage is all yours, but once on the campground you want to use it as the living space). In fact inside, on top of kitchen cabinetry there is only one more overhead cabinet in the garage area just above the sofa. However the toy hauler has a very large front storage accessible from the outside and one much smaller (but still handy) next to the side door.
Exterior width (1)
Exterior height (2)
Interior headroom (3)
Dry weight (4)
Hitch weight (4)
Fresh water tank
Grey water tank
Black water tank
Garage dimensions (5)
2 x 20 lbs
6’7” x 10’ (rear door to fridge)
16’ (rear door to kitchen)
1. Includes wheel fenders
2. With roof-mounted A/C unit
3. Under the Happijack bunk (rear part of the garage) the headroom is about 69”
4. With standard features
5. Approximate dimensions
Note: Adventure Living Package (AL Package) is optional, however it should be considered as a “must” given importance of its features for comfortable RV-ing vacations.
Galley despite of its all-aluminum construction looks elegant
Spacious "cabinet-shelf" in the front wall above the sink and cook-top is an ideal place for small kitchen appliances, frequently used kitchen ingredients,.....
6 cubic feet fridge with freezer
Bath (on the right partially visible the shower cabin)
... and better view of the vanity sink (this one acrylic, although some models have stainless-steel sink)
Rear queen-bed in lowered position (all it done at the touch of the switch seen below)
Garage seen from the interior
Audio/stereo set is located above the fridge
Power jack and 2 x 20 lbs LPG tanks w/cover
Tongue with battery container. On the left visible doors to large storage area
Side storage next to the entrance door (on the right visible cable/satellite hook-up)
Roof-mounter low profile AC unit
Exterior hook-ups (hot/cold shower, city and fresh water, and on the right - black tank flush
6 gallons DSI water heater is accessible from the outside
QuickSilver 7x20 Toy Hauler (visible "tip-out bunk" section)
.. and its layout
Summarizing: The LivingLite’s QuickSilver 720HJ belongs to the category of small-size toy haulers. It’s main benefits are affordability, durability (thanks to all-aluminum construction) and good cargo capacity and space. At the same time it offers fair amount of comfort for great holidays in the nature.
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