This raised RV bed is perfect for space-saving and snoozing
If the perfect bed could never fit into your motorhome, now there’s finally a solution.
Every recreational vehicle could use a little extra room and some additional functionality. The EuroLoft Bed Lift by Lippert Components is a compact, space-saving European-style bed lift ideal for over-cabin use in motorhomes.
When out of use, the bed is stored overhead. When in use, it descends into position. The straps retract into the base to conceal the lift system. Meanwhile, its four support mounts can even raise and lower the bed at 2.3 inches per second. Thus, it’s not only convenient, but it’s also pleasing to the eye.
The EuroLoft Bed Lift has an 880-pound capacity. With dimensions that are customizable to fit most motorhome cabin designs and a lift system flexible enough to bend to wall curvatures, it’s a no brainer.
If you’re not sold yet, check out a few Lippert Components company reviews.
“Good products with even better service. I’ve ordered from them twice and it was good both times. Willing to answer questions and help pick the right product,” one reviewer wrote.
“We would recommend Lippert. All of the components on our Apex are performing as designed with no worries what so ever. We will definitely be purchasing more Lippert products in the future,” another said.
“I purchase all of our frames from Lippert,” another wrote. “On the rare occasion we have an issue they are here to, not only make it right, but to ask the question of how they can prevent it from happening a second time! That is what true customer service really is! Thanks.”
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