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Forest River Adopts Rotating Table for Sprinters

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Lippert Components has announced that Forest River has adopted the “Planet” four-direction rotating table mechanism for all 2020 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Class C motorhomes. The Planet table mechanism was developed by LCI Italy and is part of the “DaVinci Series” product line of moveable and adjustable table mechanisms.

The Planet table mechanism allows owners to slide the tabletop in four different directions. The Planet mechanism also allows the tabletop to be rotated a full 360 degrees, providing space on demand for owners. Made of aluminum and composite materials, the Planet table mechanism can be easily adjusted to suit the needs of 2020 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter owners.

LCI Italy developed the DaVinci Series, inspired by famed Italian polymath Leonardo da Vinci. DaVinci Series table mechanisms allow easy tabletop adjustments to be made to maximize interior living space and to provide comfortable dinette options with sliding and rotating functionality.

“We’re proud to debut the DaVinci Series table mechanisms within the U.S. market,” said Andy Murray, LCI’s chief sales officer. “Our European counterparts are constantly developing innovative new products that we know U.S. consumers will also enjoy.”

In addition to the DaVinci Series of table mechanisms, LCI has introduced several other European-made and European-inspired RV products to the U.S. market, including entry doors, entry door handles, and furniture.

“At Forest River, we believe providing the latest and most innovative concepts to our consumers is of the utmost importance,” said Kary Katzenberger, product manager for all Class C motorhomes at Forest River. “We know our customers will love the flexibility and contemporary styling of the Planet table mechanism, and we’re excited to debut it on our 2020 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter units.”

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