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Old 01-25-2009, 11:05 AM   #11
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Re: Any memory foam recommendations?

Thank you Guy's
I now have a better understanding of the direction I need to take . We have the memory foam on our bed at home and she is much more comfortable . We just returned from a show and tell trip through Death Valley , Saline Valley , and the Alabama Hills and she didn't fare to well every morning . But she never complains she just keeps on going . Thank you all again for your help as she LOVES this vehicle more than any that we have ever owned .
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Old 01-25-2009, 08:06 PM   #12
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GUY'S ,
Thank you again the mattress is now in and waiting to be trimmed , Joann has already gone out and taken a little quick nap and loved it . Thanks again
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Old 01-25-2009, 10:08 PM   #13
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GUY'S ,
Thank you again the mattress is now in and waiting to be trimmed , Joann has already gone out and taken a little quick nap and loved it . Thanks again
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Greg,

Which one did you go with, and for which bed (PH or lower)?


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Old 01-25-2009, 11:12 PM   #14
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Herb ,
Here is how the label reads
Thera Touch by Night Therapy with deep pocket full cover with skirt ( zippered)
1.5" Memory Foam with 5 Layer comfort zone areas
1.5" reversible Latex Bottom
My Bride picked it up at Sams Club for $129.47 today and surprised me with it . I had planned on ordering it from one of the suggested vendors in the earlier post , but she was eager to plan our next adventure . It actually fit's the EB-50 lower bed perfectly but will need minor trim to accommodate the Penthouse Bed and we will use it for both . I have already tried putting it on the Penthouse and it closed very nicely although minor trim for width and rear latch are in order . It really does feel good . Thank you again Guy's for your posts and suggestions .
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Old 01-26-2009, 10:28 AM   #15
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Greggde, you are a lucky man - a considerate bride AND memory foam in the SMB. You got it all, man!
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Old 04-27-2009, 07:20 PM   #16
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Re: Any memory foam recommendations?

We are trying a couple of options in our RB 50. We have a foam mattress with a 3" foundation and a 1.5" memory foam top that we picked up at Wal-Mart. It's a full size that fits almost perfectly on the RB50 bed and is fairly comfortable. The biggest problem is storage. We have folded it in half and left it in the back behind the couch, but it's still bulky.

We are also trying an air mattress. The one we have is from Aerobed and the full size fits very well:

http://www.thinkaero.com/group/27/store ... etail.html

We haven't slept on it yet, but it seems comfortable. It has a built-in pump that inflates it in less than 60 seconds (110v) and a large valve that deflates in about 5 seconds. It also has a remote control that you can use to adjust the pressure while laying on it. It rolls up and stores in a stuff sack about the same size as a sleeping bag. The olny down side so far is that it's about 8" or 9" tall when inflated. I'll let you know which one we like best in the next week or two.
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Re: Any memory foam recommendations?

After trying memory foam for about 9 months, we are switching to use REI self inflating camp mattresses. So far they are a HUGE hit with Mrs Greg. They are a little more difficult to store, so we are still working on that. They are a little cumbersome to deflate in the morning, but the quality of sleep is well worth it.
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