Originally Posted by JamieGeek
There still will be people who don't like it because it still is Lippert.
It does have the advantage of using--at least what appears to be--seatbelt "cabling". It is simpler than the Axis/Vegas bunk in that it uses only 1 motor instead of 2. There isn't any gears to strip.
I wonder if it swings any?
Those are some of the same points that piqued my interest.
The single motor design is a huge departure from what they use on Axis overhead bed or on slides, where they depend on controls to time a mechanical system. That approach has potential trouble written all over it as far as I'm concerned, although in fairness it apparently works most of the time.
The bed seems supported from each corner rather than being cantilevered out from drive side like on Axis. That should make it all lighter.
It also looks from the video that the bed can be lowered to a greater extent, although I don't know how much lower an Axis bed could go if seats and other things didn't interfere below the bed.
As to swinging: I doubt it would move much. All applications on video appear to have one side along a wall or structure where they probably have linear guides to limit motion to mostly up and down.
If I understood it correctly, an interesting capability is being able to tilt as it goes up and down. That should permit a bigger bed in some motorhomes where front is rounded.
Load capacity seems pretty good too.