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Prime Time Upgrades Sanibel Line of Fifth Wheels

By: On: Friday October 14 2016

Sanibel Dinette

Prime Time Manufacturing is excited to announce significant upgrades to its Sanibel line of luxury fifth wheels, just in time for the 2016 National RV Trade Show, to be held November 28 to December 1 in Louisville, Ky.

“Sanibel, also known as ‘The Intelligent Fifth Wheel,’ continues to set the bar higher for a luxury RV experience,” said Product Manager Paul Morrison.

“We have added exciting new features and custom touches throughout,” he said. “They really set Sanibel apart from the rest of the pack.”

The list of updates includes:

  • A new “Commercial Kitchen Package” worthy of a professional chef that includes a modern, stainless steel pull-out sprayer faucet, industrial-commercial pendant lights, and a restaurant style rectangular stainless steel sink;
  • Completely redesigned entertainment center that features a modern glass front, “wall-mount” style fireplace and designer fireplace surround;
  • Residential style bathroom with His & Hers Sinks and large vanity area;
  • New floorplan (3791) with a huge residential “multi-person” kitchen and a great entertainment layout featuring a bar top and stools overlooking the entertainment area, a 50” LED TV, and large “atrium” style windows.

Sanibel Bathroom

“The new Sanibel—from its beautiful Artisan Cherry doors and hidden hinges, to the upgraded kitchens and bathrooms—will turn heads. Sanibel has always been a great value, often thousands less than other high-profile fifth wheels, and now we offer a look that far exceeds the price point,” stated Sales Manager Adam Smith.

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    • Jim Samples - May 3rd, 2017

      We just purchased a 2017 Sandibel 3601 last month. We loved the lay out and thought we had done our research. As soon as we got it we started having issues. The first was the heater would not turn on. The entire unit had to be replaced. Next the right front jack had a major leak leak and has to be replaced. The AC units went out and needed to be repaired. Once repaired the units would not cool the coach below 84 degrees even though it was only 92 degreesd outside. One of the main storage doors is out of ailment and won’t close properly. It’s obvious that this company has poor quality control. We also had issues with the dealer selling us this with a nail in one of the sidewalls of the tire. When we picked it up I noticed a tire that was almost flat. They checked it at the dealership and it had 10 lbs of pressure. They aired it up and sent us on our way. I drove it 30 miles and stopped at an RV park. The tire was flat the next morning. So far not having very good luck with this new fifth wheel.

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