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    The seats in the van can be configured origami style into an extra occasional bed, but the humps and bumps make it pretty uncomfortable.

    Wondered if anyone could recommend a good bedding roll to put on top? Seem to be dozens of them, but hard to know if theyíre any good.

    Any ideas? Thanks....

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    Not sure exactly your configuration but comfortz leisure do VW and bongo mattress for seat/bed conversion
    I had a set in my bongoand stored away easily ,google them

    Also have you thought of thick foam and make your own up and put made up covers on them?
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    When we had our last van in the U.K we had this problem ,I went to the local market and got a piece of foam that I just rolled up and popped in the Luton during the day. It made a huge difference to bed comfort .
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    I had this problem on a previous van. Fixed it by getting a foam topper (the sort with foam pyramids on one side).
    It was a slightly small double bed size, but a single duvet cover fitted the foam perfectly, which made it much easier to handle.
    Each morning, roll it up, put a strap round it ( the strap stayed under it on the bed at night) and pop it into the overcab bed with the other bedding: it was very little trouble.
    Nevertheless, the next motorhome I chose had fixed beds with very comfortable mattresses.
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    Try a self inflating mattress by vango from 3cm up to 15cm depth we have a 3cm bought for grandkids I find it great to sleep on in awning ,ty one at a camping shop .
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    Have you considered a duvaly ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by molly 2 View Post
    Have you considered a duvaly ?
    Hadnít seen those... Iíll have a think about that... thanks

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    I went to the charity shop and got a single duvet for 3 pounds and a cover for 2.45. It is not very thick but does the job. During the day instead of rolling up it covers the seat on the rock and roll bed and looks pretty, also more comfortable for sitting.
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