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Old 05-02-2012, 10:28 PM   #11
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The beauty of the A126 is the cassette toilet so if you sleep one in the floor access to the toilet would be problematic. I see the A126 as a two person camper.

If a 3 or 4 person setup is a must I'd look at the 122 or 128.

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Old 05-02-2012, 11:22 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by yayus View Post
For the A122 owners out there .... Any reservations about the permanent bed taking up floor space, and only one dinette? When the bed is flipped up, is the space below for storage and AC only? (Of course, the advantage of this model is having a real bed!)
Hi, We actually looked at the A124, which has the additional dinette table (no permanent bed). We settled on the A122 because my wife likes sleeping in a real bed. I have slept on both the bed and the fold-up mattress, where the dinette is, and I can tell you that the mattress is much more comfortable. Also, we are camping after all, so we will most likely be spending more time sleeping in the A122 than sitting around in it. One dinette area is plenty fine for my wife, our eight-year-old daughter, and me. My two cents.

The space under the bed is basically divided in half, half for storage, and half for the AC.

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Old 05-03-2012, 11:58 AM   #13
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In reference to the permanent bed design...

We just received our A122BH last week, and took it for a trial run that day. The permanent bed was a selling point for us. We are both over 6 feet tall, and fit fine. We added a mattress topper (from Costco) to help out a little. I had to trim off about 5 inches along the side of the queen size topper to make it fit- but well worth the investment and the time! It does make it more cumbersome to get to the storage underneath, but we just won't put things there we have to access often.

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