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Old 06-22-2011, 05:02 PM   #15
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What is a "Travasack", how does it work, where do I purchase one.
Travasack is like a big sleeping bag. Sheets are velcroed in to each side. Sides are zippered. One side of sack is thick filling for winter other side thinner for summer.

I've used for 2 years and they work great.

Just zip it up the the morning throw on bed and bed is made.

Travasak has gone out of business, google "Travasak" you will get some results. Only a few buck more than I paid a few years ago.

RV Upgrades (one of our sponsors) used to carry them. Maybe the know of a new dealer.

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I bought mine through RV upgrades, CW did handle them, you might try PPS of Houston, they have a pretty good RV supply division.
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Old 06-23-2011, 08:41 AM   #17
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My new mh has a rear corner bed which is difficult enough to get into at night. How do you make it look "made up"?

So far the best I havemanaged is to put the fitted sheet on the mattress topper only. That way I can fold it back, slip the fitted crners on and then flp the topper back flat. The top sheet and blankets arefolded neatly and stacked against the wall.
I know that this is not what you want to hear, but.... The best way to handle a rear corner bed is NOT to buy a rig with it. After camping for many years in a pop-up, my DW swore that we would NEVER buy a rig that she could not get to all three sides of the bed easily. While looking for a RV, as soon as we saw a corner bed, we turned around and walked out.
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The corner bed is the only thing I dislike about our Aspect. I would not buy another corner bed unit, but a walk-around bed in a 27' class c is a rare thing.
BTW, making beeping noises as the wife backs out of the bed is not a healthy thing to do. Fair warning....
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Spent some time today trying to google travasak. Not much selection to choose from.

Google using "Travasak sleeping bag" and you get alot more to choose from.

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