Electrically operated beds at home why would you unless you live in a Barratt Solo flat, or some Japanese container unit.
What has a bed that has to be lowered, cushions moved and possibly then made up go to do with being lazy.
But if you are feeling full of energy those nice folk at Chausson do give you the option of winding down your bed manually.
I hate to inform you but if you are reading this your using something worked with leccy, your motorhome is stacked to the hilt with relays, circuit boards, resistors, capacitors and on and on.
We looked at the 514 with the fixed rear bed, but decided the benefits of a drop down outweighed any possible mechanical issues.
Benefits such as, Larger lounge, separate shower and toilet, larger kitchen, and larger fridge freezer.
Someone stated that a supplier would not look at vans with drop down beds, please inform us who the idiots are that are limiting their sales to only 50% of the vans available.
Well its leccy windows, cruise control, heated electric mirrors, LED lighting, auto gearbox for me.
Remember before 1893 when the first car was driven in Germany folks moaned about how problematic they could be,
forgetting about horsey troubles and massive vets bills. Ah well things never change do they.?
Its good to see that the good old British luddite attitudes will never die.