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Old 11-24-2019, 10:14 PM   #1
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How does everyone deal with the two piece mattress offered in many bedrooms with slides. Is re a Class C, under 30’ that offers a flat, full Queen?
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I would read this feed. Better Mattress?
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Old 11-25-2019, 12:28 PM   #4
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My Winnebago 29B has a bedroom slide with a short queen. It's 74 inches long and works well for us.
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Thanks for the reply. However, I was inquiring about the mattress itself being in two parts. It folds in half, or less when the slide is in. The bed can never be ‘made-up’ when the slide is in.
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In our searches found Entegra has one model where the bed in a slide but the slide is not deep. Mattress does not fold & when slid in, the bed right up against the opposite wall, which I think is closet/storage area. Same thing on one model of Viper, though Vipers do not have the bunk-over.
Our hesitation on the Entegra was the huge glass window in the bunk over (not good for Florida/Southern camping IMO) & Vipers appear to have limited number of Dealers so service/warranty work could end up being a challenge.
Not sure if either is a "true" queen size bed or if they're "motorhome queen sizes". And agree that finding a non-folding queen size bed in a shorter motorhome can be a challenge.
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Hi Bill,

All Phoenix Cruiser models SHOWN HERE that offer a full or queen bed inside a slide out, none of them fold up. They stay flat. The bed rolls against the cabinetry at the foot of the bed. The foot of the bed lifts to access storage, but not enough to require a two piece mattress.
Consider these features when looking at motor homes.

Unless for other reasons, I would avoid a folding primary bed. I occasionally read unhappy sleepers asking for recommendations on making their two piece mattress or couch bed more comfortable. The common solution seems to be a mattress topper. But managing a topper on any folding bed increases the inconvenience.

A folding second bed for children or occasional guests is more easily accepted. Kids don't care and adult guests can manage short term.

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