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Old 03-11-2013, 05:20 AM   #11
Join Date: Jul 2011
Location: Ontario, Canada
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Zero ventilation in the top bunk. I wish they had of put a small window on the wall of the upper bunk. If it's cool outside and someone is cuddled up in the top bunk, body heat creates condensation on the walls. Doesn't happen too often, but is one down fall we have found with our unit. All in all we still love our X213.

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Old 03-11-2013, 08:54 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by wb2nco View Post
I was going to ask the x213 owners how the camper ventilates. We are eyeing the X213 and we we concerned about the two side windows adjacent to the dinnette and behind the sofa. The windows are actually two very small windows that crank out. Actually the window that is behind the sofa is used for emergency exit. With these windows open do they actually allow enough air flow to the inside of the camper? How the temp get during the day/ night in the x213? We also noticed that there is a lack of a window on the top bunk in the front area as opposed to other makes and models.
We dry camped all last year. Ventilation was not a problem. We are usually in a shaded camp site. This year we are having a extended family camping trip with all our relatives at Alice Lake in a group camp site with electricity. We will still pull off the spontaneous weekend trips starting in mid April

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