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Old 05-19-2015, 03:23 PM   #11
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Just a caution, if you have an under-bed storage, you don't want so much on top that it is a chore to lift the lid OR that might damage the hinge when opening.
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i had a hybrid previous to my current camper and don't even recall that fact
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Old 05-19-2015, 04:00 PM   #13
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Got a foam mattress, but also added a cool side/hot side topper from Sams club.
think the topper was about $98. When you are big and old, all the help you can get is needed!
x2 for the cool/hot side topper from Sams Club. We are on our second one.
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Old 03-11-2016, 09:09 AM   #14
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Since comfortable sleep is very important and I have back problems I ordered the the Kamp-Rite self inflating camp mattress. Very comfortable 4" thick. They are somewhat pricey, but a good investment. My end bunks are queen. I found the large queen Kamp-Rite unmanageable in my hybrid. Hard to store and difficult to handle. I exchanged it for two singles (=queen size). These store easily on top of the rear bunk mattress. When we turtle and sleep on the dinette we use two Coleman (25" w. 2 1/2"thick) self inflating pads. We sleep quite well. Since storage is a premium using two single pads makes storage easier. The two Kamp-Rite pads can alternately store under the front part of the divan.
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Old 03-22-2016, 07:56 PM   #15
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haven't even picked up my new 2015 hybrid yet( Monday) but Im planning the beds right now. My question is this can you add the topper from Costco and still fold the beds up in one piece? In other words you don't have "reinvent the bed" every time to drop it down?
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Old 03-22-2016, 09:16 PM   #16
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Costco Mattress Toppers

I can't answer your question, but the Costco toppers are outstanding. We have them on each bed at home and also in the Jay Feather.
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haven't even picked up my new 2015 hybrid yet( Monday) but Im planning the beds right now. My question is this can you add the topper from Costco and still fold the beds up in one piece? In other words you don't have "reinvent the bed" every time to drop it down?
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You will have to reinvent the bed.
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haven't even picked up my new 2015 hybrid yet( Monday) but Im planning the beds right now. My question is this can you add the topper from Costco and still fold the beds up in one piece? In other words you don't have "reinvent the bed" every time to drop it down?

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This has me wondering.... Maybe because mine is a 2007? To put away our beds I was under the impression that I had to take the mattress completely off (I usually just toss on the floor by the kitchen cabinets). Is there a way to fold up the beds while leaving the mattress intact?
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Old 03-24-2016, 09:24 AM   #19
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I fold up my bed ends with the mattresses on. Because the bed is split you just have one part on top of the other as you fold up the bed. You should have dealer show you when you pick up your camper.
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