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Posted: 11/26/19 08:06pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We always thought that the purpose of a Sleeper Couch is to ensure that your company doesn’t stay very long!


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What? you never sleep in a recliner at home??? Threw out our fold out and never regretted it.


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cavie wrote:

What? you never sleep in a recliner at home???


I despise sleeping in recliners. Hurts my back something fierce.

Though, I know lots of people do it. Maybe I'm the issue. [emoticon]


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I love sleeping in my recliner..... best sleep I ever get, while watching Bonanza or Gunsmoke.

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Sleeping in recliners doesn't work for me. How about a Futon couch to replace your sofa bed ?? I don't know, I'm just wondering.

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It is hard to find a comfortable one without going to a furniture store. Take measurements in the store and buy it online, if it's cheaper this way. I did exactly like that with my recliner and I'm happy with my choice. I can sleep, nap, read or just watch TV with superior comfort.

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DutchmenSport wrote:

Get a comfortable replacement couch that will fit the designated space. Maybe even get a love-seat style that reclines. Forget about finding one that folds out to a bed. NONE are comfortable. And I've slept on dozens and dozens of hide-a-bed's in homes and RV's. None!

Instead, just get an inflatable air mattress that has it's own built in air pump and put it on the floor when you need extra sleeping space. We used an inflatable mattress on the floor in our previous camper because the fold out bed was so horribly uncomfortable.

Our current 5er has 2 opposing slides in the front living room with hide-a-bed, tri-fold outs that almost touch each other in the middle. They are horribly uncomfortable to sleep on. Problem solved.... we got 2 matching air mattresses and put them on top of each fold out bed. With just a push of a button they inflate and deflate. They worked great, but they work even better on the floor, and take up the same space.


Well said and I agree.

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