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  • froman commented on froman's forum topic Elevator or counterweight lift beds2 months ago

    I tried to but it would not load so I put the websites instead. I'm trying again. Lookls like maybe this time they will load.

    cool design. I had not run into that one yet. But I think some of them run in the same methodology with pulley systems and weighted pieces and a motor. I'll add that one to my list too. I just heard back from Germany and they don't have a distributor in the US and the bed costs 14,000 Euros. Add the shipping costs and it's way more than anyone wants to spend. The one in San Diego wants $10,000 plus another $500 to ship it to where I plan to live next month. So, a Murphy bed that I can build still is cheaper. But if I can learn the mechanism, I think it will be fun. Right now I'm planning on building the murphy bed with the sofa that way, since I always stay in my room except to go fetch dinner, I can put the bed up and feel like I'm still in the living room watching TV and pl...see more »cool design. I had not run into that one yet. But I think some of them run in the same methodology with pulley systems and weighted pieces and a motor. I'll add that one to my list too. I just heard back from Germany and they don't have a distributor in the US and the bed costs 14,000 Euros. Add the shipping costs and it's way more than anyone wants to spend. The one in San Diego wants $10,000 plus another $500 to ship it to where I plan to live next month. So, a Murphy bed that I can build still is cheaper. But if I can learn the mechanism, I think it will be fun. Right now I'm planning on building the murphy bed with the sofa that way, since I always stay in my room except to go fetch dinner, I can put the bed up and feel like I'm still in the living room watching TV and playing on my computer. I'm slowly working my way into a tiny home but it's not going to happen any time soon. But Europe has the coolest designs and ideas. I'm envious. Switzerland even has a fully motorized murphybed. Though a cheesy video and website. LOLThank you for your help and the link.Fran

    These are images from their website and the one in California. Tried to load them before but they didn't.

    Downunder35m, are you in Australia or do you want to be. LOL I just finished watching their video that they sent me a link to so I could get an idea of how he did it. These are the French. Here is the Bedaway and you can see how simple it looks. Bedaway has counterweights. One more.

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