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I had TT with a jack knife couch. Not comfortable to sleep on, at least not for me, without some foam topper to even out the space between where the cushions come together.
__________________ Lori (& Dave, my spirit guide) - FMCA #F419886 | RV/MH Hall of Fame Lifetime Member 2018 Phaeton XSH 40 IH & 2014 CRV EX-L AWD, My iRV2 Photo Albums 2006 Bounder 36Z, 2004 Cougar 285EFS 5-r, 2000 Aerolite 25FBR TT There is great need for a sarcasm font.
Puzzle beds (combined jacknife lounge and jump seats) are not comfortable by themselves. In fact, they should be classified as medieval torture devices. They can, however, be made comfortable enough to sleep on with either an air mattress or a foam pad. Foam pads have the disadvantage of taking up a lot of valuable space.
Iíve found the jackknife couch in our van quite comfortable, contrary to popular opinion I guess. Itís a Ďpuzzle bedí but it lays flat with no real bumps or seams. I lay two sleeping bags on it and sleep under a quilt. Works for us.
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