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post #1 of 6 Old 04-10-2018, 06:25 PM Thread Starter
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Check out the DEEPSLEEP for JEEPS!

One of our sales reps got himself a new place to crash after a long day on the trails..."It's more comfortable than my bed!"
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We just did a test fit annnnnnnd......Success! It's a little more of a snug fit, but the DeepSleep for Jeeps DOES fit in the JLU!
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That's pretty cool. Was your rep able to use his compressor to fill it up? A few years ago I tested a competitor's sleeping pad on my YouTube channel and my biggest complaint was the bulk and size it took up when not in use. It was basically thin couch cushions formed to your interior. Your DEEPSLEEP (JeepSleep?) mattress appears to win in that department- I'm assuming it folds down to a small package?
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That's pretty cool. Was your rep able to use his compressor to fill it up? A few years ago I tested a competitor's sleeping pad on my YouTube channel and my biggest complaint was the bulk and size it took up when not in use. It was basically thin couch cushions formed to your interior. Your DEEPSLEEP (JeepSleep?) mattress appears to win in that department- I'm assuming it folds down to a small package?
We actually used the optional electric pump to inflate it, but if you had an open line with a blower fitting and perhaps a bushing or shim to create a better seal (the air opening is about 1", to fit standard blow up mattress etc.. pumps) you could use an on board compressor.

We didn't measure it when we folded it up, but its about 12x10x3 inches. Those with superior folding skills could probably get it even smaller.
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We just did a test fit annnnnnnd......Success! It's a little more of a snug fit, but the DeepSleep for Jeeps DOES fit in the JLU!
So the interior space is different between the JKU and JLU?

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So the interior space is different between the JKU and JLU?
We found that the wheel wells take up just slightly more space.
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