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Old 12-24-2017, 03:07 PM   #1
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Has Anyone Used the Froli System Under the Lounge/Dinette Cushions?

We havenít purchased our AS yet, but Iíve read that the lounge and dinette cushions can get uncomfortable.
Froli seems like an easy fix. Would consider it for the mattresses, as well.
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Investigated for boat application. Decided not to purchase. Went with new matress for Glimmer. Looks like good system, but expect you would be more comfortable with firmer cushions on seats and quality mattress on bed. Pat
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I had no idea what Froli was until you mentioned it and I looked it up. The basic problem with the seating in the Airstream lounge and dinette is that it consists of basically two cushions at right angles to each other with no footrests or contour adjustments. The cushions are too squishy to be comfortable for dining, and the right angle configuration isn't comfortable for lounging. Since we came into our Airstream from a camping life spent in tents and pickup shells, we haven't felt like complaining, but we do prefer the wooden chairs at our dining room table at home, and the reclining chairs in our family room for lounging. I'll have to look more closely at Froli to see if it offers a better alternative.
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May I resurrect this thread? My brand new short queen mattress is not as comfortable or breathable as I would like. Anyone use the Froli or other system to provide better support?
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There was a sale rep at this years International, I have known this guy for awhile and he says that the system makes the mattress in his Interstate more comfortable. We got the mattress upgrade that Airstream sells and while it is better than the original I still find it to mushy. I am going to order the Froli and will report back here
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