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Old 01-23-2018, 06:10 PM   #1
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rv w indoor walls to a bed area?

Is there an rv out there (approx 17') that has end beds with one of the bed areas with a private door to keep most of a snoring person's snoring more quiet? or is there a way to build that?
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Old 01-23-2018, 07:44 PM   #2
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The only trailer I can think of, at this size, that would possibly come close to this is the Lil Snoozy. No door, but more of a sleeping berth. How quiet you can make the snoring would have to do with the weight and insulation in the "curtain."

Next up with be the Scamp 5er and Escape 5er (and possibly a Bigfoot 5er, but you'll only find one used). Due to the main sleeping area being in the loft. You might be able to "block" the snoring.

You need to know these trailers have very small cabins, and they're more a "great room" layout, where everything is visible. The only "room" would be if the trailer had a bathroom.
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Old 01-23-2018, 09:30 PM   #3
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Marie, ear plugs or earbuds with your favorite sleep music or “white noise” work well, also mouth guards that bring the jaw forward to keep a person from snoreing, or the most popular, CPAP machines. You could try having the offender sleep in the tow vehicle or a tent.
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As Donna said, the Scamp 5th wheel Deluxe version, like ours, could be modified with some sort of a "door" or a curtain at the top of the stairs. The bathroom separates the upstairs-downstairs areas.
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The only trailer I can think of, at this size, that would possibly come close to this is the Lil Snoozy. No door, but more of a sleeping berth. How quiet you can make the snoring would have to do with the weight and insulation in the "curtain."
You could make a fan-fold door out of soft acoustical panels to dampen the noise to replace the curtains.
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Bose is working on some noise-masking earbuds to wear sleeping. They should hit the market in late 2018. Hopefully they do better with their target timeframe than the 80 mpg Elio car. Might be a cheaper way to go if they work as promised. https://www.bose.com/en_us/better_wi...ter_sleep.html
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Bose is working on some noise-masking earbuds to wear sleeping. They should hit the market in late 2018. Hopefully they do better with their target timeframe than the 80 mpg Elio car. Might be a cheaper way to go if they work as promised. https://www.bose.com/en_us/better_wi...ter_sleep.html
can't get this to market fast enough, IMHO
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