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Old 05-08-2012, 06:30 PM   #1
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A while back I remember reading about a sleeping bag/bed roll product for RVers, sheets and comforter in a sack which would roll up for storage. Kind of a fancy sleeping bag. I can't remember the name of it. Does anyone know of this product?
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I use a sleeping bag sometimes in MH and DW made me a sleep sack to put inside it. Made out of a flannel bed sheet set. Just sewed it into a sack with the bottom two feet sewn together. Makes a cozy entry in the winter time and means I do not have to go to the trouble of cleaning the sleeping bag. I just take out the sleep sack and wash that. Works for me.

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They were Travasak's. But I think they went out of business.

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I think you refer to the Trav-a-sak, but I think they are out of business now.

One vendor appears to have some for sale yet.
Travasak Sleep System | RV Supply Warehouse

There was a similar product called the Hacksack but I see on the Leisure Industries website that it is no longer available either.
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There is another brand called RV Superbag with more colors along with twin, queen & king size.
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Thank you, Thank you, Thank you ALL! Wow, what a fast response. The RV Superbag looks like it will work.
We love our Aspect but the corner bed is a PITA, plus the cat tunnels in the sheets which creates a bit of a fur issue. Yuck. And while it would be cool to make our own I can't sew and the DW doesn't either. (ronspradley, sounds like you have a business op there!)
Again, thanks for the help!
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