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Old 01-31-2007, 03:42 PM   #1
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Electric sofa for sleeping question(s)

What size bed do power sofas make?

Is it queen sized with a center cut out at the foot of the bed? (Sort of like a queen / twin combo)

Or is it a full platform?

There seems to be as many electric sofas as there are van manufacturers.

Are they easy to get in and out of?
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Our 2006 Pleasureway_TS has three bed options.

1. SINGLE BED SIZE DRIVER SIDE 74" X 26"
SINGLE BED PASSENGER SIDE 74" X 26"


2. Queen Size

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KING BED SIZE 74" X 68"
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Old 01-31-2007, 07:36 PM   #3
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I think I get it.

So is this the twin bed setup:



Then you can use the bolsters to make it a king/queen.
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I think I get it.

So is this the twin bed setup:



Then you can use the bolsters to make it a king/queen.
You got it, you can also lay across the sofa window to window and it ia about the zise of a small double bed.
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It looks like it would be easier to get out of when set up as shown in the above photo.

This have given me an idea to try. We set up twin beds in our RT because it is easier to get up at night etc. I might try this king / twin hybrid setup sometime.
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If you are taller then you can sleep slightly on an angle and still keep to "YOUR" side of the bed in the above set up and get out easier.
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