Nigel Donnelly

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One feature in the new Bailey Unicorn that I love is the kill switch for the lights. The switch is fitted to the side of the bed base and when you are in bed, flick the switch and every light in the van goes off. As someone who has climbed into bed on more than one occasion only to find a light left on in the lounge, I think this is a fabulous practical bit of thinking.

One feature in the new Bailey Unicorn that I love is the kill switch for the lights. The switch is fitted to the side of the bed base and when you are in bed, flick the switch and every light in the van goes off. As someone who has climbed into bed on more than one occasion only to find a light left on in the lounge, I think this is a fabulous practical bit of thinking.

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