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Old 12-17-2018, 06:08 PM   #1
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View/Navion 24V Bed- Twins or King?

Hello, My wife and I are actively looking for a 2017 or '18 V/N24V Profile and are wondering how many owners prefer the twins vs. the king bed set up? I'm thinking that we'll leave it as twins because we have different sleep patterns and often get up in the night. I guess we'll find out 'who gets the dog?'.
In my research it seems that many people buy the V because it has twins. Those who use it as a king, is it as hard as it looks to get into/out of bedding wise? Thanks in advance, Mike
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Hello, My wife and I are actively looking for a 2017 or '18 V/N24V Profile and are wondering how many owners prefer the twins vs. the king bed set up? I'm thinking that we'll leave it as twins because we have different sleep patterns and often get up in the night. I guess we'll find out 'who gets the dog?'.
In my research it seems that many people buy the V because it has twins. Those who use it as a king, is it as hard as it looks to get into/out of bedding wise? Thanks in advance, Mike
We got it because of the twins/king flexibility as you suggest. So far it's been twins but we'll probably use the king option when we settle in at a longer term campground. Our Sunstar had a walk around queen and our Roadtrek was twins or king. It was slightly tougher to bum bounce to the aisle to get out of the king. Easy to get into. Twins are simpler in and out as you'd expect. So far we like it.
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Old 12-18-2018, 07:47 AM   #3
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99% of the time we leave it as twins. Thankfully, our dog doesn't sleep on the bed or even want to.
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Talking King, always

We much prefer it as a king. Solved the bedding issues with twin top sheets and blankets, for ease of getting in and out in the middle of the night. Really enjoy It.
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Toadysr, Thank you for the bedding tip, we will give that a try when we get our new V/N. Still think the V is the model for us. We like just about everything except the lack of counter space and the 'overhead' micro/oven. Regards, Mike
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We looked at that at a show this year. We were thinking that maybe the center part that is near the head of the bed could be the dog's part and we would shift our heads toward the front of the coach so the dog could be between our feet. Has anyone used the set-up like that?
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We also purchased because of the sleeping arrangement.

We prefer the twin arrangement and have an elderly small dog who sleeps in the center section between us. Everyone is happy.
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