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Old 09-26-2013, 09:57 PM   #11
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They go over an existing mattress like a fitted sheet. Then you put your bottom sheet over the pad. Be very careful because it makes it very hard to climb oit of your warm bed on a frosty morning and turn on the heater....lol
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Old 09-29-2013, 08:10 PM   #12
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We have them, ordered them with the trailer. I would not be without them, they work great for early spring/late fall camping.
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Old 10-03-2013, 08:10 AM   #13
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I ordered 2 mattress pads from Sears online. They are Sunbeam Quilted Heated Mattress Pad
$44.88 each. I also found an online coupon code for an extra 10% off.
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Old 10-03-2013, 10:28 AM   #14
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They go over an existing mattress like a fitted sheet. Then you put your bottom sheet over the pad. Be very careful because it makes it very hard to climb oit of your warm bed on a frosty morning and turn on the heater....lol
Why would you have a nice trailer like you do but leave the heat off? What am I missing?

I don't keep my thermostat 'high', but I keep it around 60-65ish. To me part of the joy of having a travel trailer is having the comforts of home. Getting up cold sounds like something I'd do in a tent. ???
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Why would you have a nice trailer like you do but leave the heat off? What am I missing?

I don't keep my thermostat 'high', but I keep it around 60-65ish. To me part of the joy of having a travel trailer is having the comforts of home. Getting up cold sounds like something I'd do in a tent. ???
I think it's more to do with propane use. I will use the CG's electricity and a space heater to knock the chill off
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Old 10-03-2013, 06:33 PM   #16
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With the Sunbeam heated blanket is the bed preheat setting. Nothing like climbing into a toasty warm bed on a chilly evening.
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[QUOTE=stjohneyre;156249]With the Sunbeam heated blanket is the bed preheat setting. Nothing like climbing into a toasty warm bed on a chilly evening.

X2 maybe X3 on that one.Next week we start the Oregon coast for approx.3-4 weeks. Astoria to Brookings and as you know it's never rainy or cold in Oct or Nov.Ha Ha Ha Ha! Being toasty warm when the rain is falling on your tent fold-outs is like heaven on earth to us.
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Wow, you'll have a great time. Be sure to eat at Mo's. There are several along the coast. I also highly recommend you explore Seaside. I'll be for a week later this month. Depot bay is excellent for whale watching with a warm cup of coffee. Be sure to post some pics of your camper along the way.
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