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    Default Sleep system bedchair

    Having now repaired the snapped leg on my flatliter for the second time, I'm thinking about a change.

    What are my options for a flat sleep system bed?
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    Not a clue mate tbh, I'm so out of date with new kit.. I hope someone else will chip in!

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    I have the Nash Airlite SS3 wide 5 season , and personally I love it , also have the Indulgence bed but thats been retired, or used as a guest bed , great bed all the same .

    Hardly use the second quilt and only if its going to be frosty , one very minor downside is the legs could be longer , so the SS4 would have been spot on
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    Is that a flat bed mate or is the head angled up on it?
    I had the old SS3 but the head end used to give me a dead shoulder if I slept on my side!
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    Id say its pretty flat ,their is no conventional wheel as with other beds , mine is not the latest one ,its model before
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