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Travasak, Full/Queen 62" x 80", Sand

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The Travasak Sleep System is back and better than ever!
It’s the easy, all-season way to sleep comfortably and simplify bed making in your RV. Use with Winter side up in cooler weather, Summer side up in warmer weather. Removable 200 thread count poly cotton sheets offer a luxurious feel. Both sides of Travasak now unzip completely for easy laundering. Soil resistant microsuede fabric maintains a fresh appearance. Self-repairing two-way coil zippers with dual sliders for easy operation. Twin includes one pillow slip, two sheets and storage bag. Full/queen and king include sheets, two pillow slips and storage bag. All designed to drape over edge of mattress for neat look when bed is made. Mfr. 5 year limited warranty.

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Tech Specs

Weight: 13.04 lbs.

Dimensions: 62" x 80"

Manufacturer: American Recreational Products

Mfg Part #: 1660114


Travasak, Full/Queen 62" x 80", Sand: Customer Reviews

Camper's Choice Rating

(4 Based on 8 Reviews)

Lightweight (3)
Looks nice (3)
Easy to store (2)
Great fit (1)
Dual climate control (1)
Sides are a little short (1)
Wrinkles easily (1)

Reviewed by 8 customers



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March 22, 2015
We received our Travasak this week and we tried it on our bed (too cold in Québec to une the RV). We love it! It's perfect for us, I'm 5' 11" and 190 pounds and my wife is 5'2" and we have enough room for both of us. The only problem is that it was not possible to deliver it in Canada.
Pros: Looks nice, Shipped quickly, Lightweight, Easy to store
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Sleeping bag

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December 03, 2014
I was completely disappointed with the Travasak because it was nothing more than 2 fancy sleeping bags zipped together. Also, cut a bit small for a queen, which only added to my disappointment.
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Perfect for our View double pull out sofa

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November 28, 2014
I am glad they are making these again. Making up the pull out bed was getting old. My wife loved it when we camped in 27* weather.
Pros: Looks nice, Great fit, Lightweight, Easy to store
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Bed-making made Easier

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November 19, 2014
As others mentioned, the concept of an all-in-one sleep sack should make it easier to make the bed. I have a living quarter horse trailer and the bed is a bit bigger than a queen, less than a king. I tried sheets and blankets, but climbing up in small area and not hitting your head on the ceiling is a bit of a work-out. It doesn't hang down over the mattress as far as I'd like. Although I haven't had the chance to try out because weather is now getting rainy and wet, I'm looking forward to the Spring to give it a try.
Pros: Looks nice, Shipped quickly, Lightweight, Dual climate control
Cons: Wrinkles easily, Sides are a little short
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October 24, 2014
Good concept, and they have returned to the market just in time for us. We recently moved from a roomy 31' travel trailer to a much smaller unit. Like most of these smaller trailers, the bed is surrounded on three sides by walls. We're not much on sleeping bags, so we first tried conventional sheets and covers, which were fine for sleeping, but pretty difficult to make up the next morning. Then we spotted the Travasak at Camping World. The Travasak, while not perfect, makes straightening the bed a lot easier. We especially like the reversible design, which we that we can flip it over as we travel from Texas to Colorado. It's probably my imagination, but having the winter layer under us may make sleeping on the very basic mattress a little better. Sure wish the sheets didn't wrinkle as badly as they do, since it's not so easy to pull them out. I guess the wrinkles are mostly a cosmetic problem, as they will get laundered just as often, wrinkles or no wrinkles.
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September 24, 2014
This is my second Travasak. I had one before and gave it to my daughter. I then found out the company was out of business. I was elated when Camping World revived this sleep system. This is great and equally as good as my previous Travasak. The former Travasak was not a solid color, it had a small design on one side of the cover. My wife came upon this in the Camping World catalog and I immediately ordered one. We both love the Travasak. Kudos to Camping World for reviving this item.
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Great Product

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June 17, 2014
Love this product. Making the bed is a breeze, it's comfortable and functional. The sheets stay put and we don't have to wrestle the mattress to make the bed anymore. I recommend this product, it is everything we had hoped it would be.
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Almost as good as the old ones

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June 11, 2014
I love these things! I ran across one a year ago, and loved the fact that the sheets stay neat, and it is easy to make the bed in my TrailManor. Also, the sheet on the old one is smooth feeling, and resists wrinkles. When I decided to buy one for the guest bed in my trailer, I was sad to see they were no longer being manufactured. However, I jumped on the chance to buy them when they re-emerged. I gave 4 stars because the sheet upon washing, didn't resist wrinkles. If you own a pop-up or a trailer that has an elevated bed, they are worth the price!
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