Spri ngfree Trampoline R79, noir, 3 m
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- Springfree Trampoline, le seul trampoline au monde sans ressort
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Springfree Trampoline, le seul trampoline au monde sans ressort. Les points forts : La conception brevetée de springfree, élimine 90% des blessures associées aux trampolines classiques à ressorts. Filet Flexinet Protège les sauteurs et évite les chutes à terre. Le filet possède une fermeture à double zip pour plus de sécurité (en L) Tapis absorbant Tapis Soft Edge absorbant 30 fois plus efficacement les chocs et éliminant les endroits où se coincer les orteils ou pieds Pas de ressorts Utilise des tiges composites souples sous la surface de saut Cadre dissimulé Sous la surface de saut, vous ne pouvez pas atterrir dessus
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1) The trampoline. This is a superior trampoline. It's solid, sturdy, and clearly built to last. The bouncing exceeds my expectations. It's a smooth, consistent bounce without the creaking and moaning of steel springs. Air-time is terrific and better than what I remember with the large traditional trampoline of my youth. The net is robust and can easily withstand kids smashing against it. The step (an accessory) is helpful and recommended. The basketball hoop is a bit wonky. It likes to fall forward a bit and then back a bit. I've monkeyed with it but, since it rests atop the netting, I think I'll have to accept some wonkiness.
2) The assembly. It took me about 3 very leisurely hours to get the entire thing unboxed and assembled. My wife helped for the much-dreaded bending of the fiberglass rods part. Overall it wasn't too bad. Just go slowly, read the instructions, read 'me again, watch the video, maybe glance back at the instructions again, and go to it. All of the complaints and trepidation about the assembly that I had read during my research helped because it convinced me to not try and wing-it, as I often do with things.
3) The purchase process. This was/is actually my biggest gripe with this outstanding product. I ordered it from Amazon and, a day later, found that Springfree was offering $100 off at their website. In fact, the price from the manufacturers website, all things and the rebate included, turned out to be $150 LESS than Amazon, even with the seller on Amazon being Springfreetrampolines. So I sent an email to Springfree asking for the rebate. I received a prompt and courteous "no." It seemed odd to me that Springfree wouldn't honor the discount since they were the seller, just through Amazon. I thought about canceling my order and re-ordering from Springfree, but they don't take American Express and I want the miles, yaddi, yaddi. Bottom line, it's entirely my fault and I wish I had looked around a bit before buying to find the best deal.
So that's my experience. My daughter's having a blast and its a welcome addition to the backyard.
HOWEVER.....the assembly instructions are awful. The manuals and videos go to great length to tell you how simple it is, but that you should read everything and watch the videos first. That would be great if the information were correct. In fact, the instructions are actually wrong and misleading. Apparently the documentation that arrived with the kit is not the same as what is online. There were no blue alignment dots on my kit and the instructions for installing the net were completely wrong. I was better off figuring it out myself than following directions. The net should be on the OUTSIDE of the frame, not the INSIDE which the directions clearly indicate. Simply use your common sense and you will see which way the net should be assembled knowing that the net will have to come up around the outside of the mat.
My main frustration was with the assembly of the main frame. The heavy gauge metal frame is very "loose" when first assembled. In fact, it is so "loose" that is doesn't seem like it can possibly be correct. There are 2inch gaps at the joints of the pieces and it appears that it is not fitting together at all. The instructions warn of this, but they underplay the extent to which it is "loose". They should show some pictures. They should tell you when to tighten the bolts (not just say "don't over tighten). It helps if you build the frame one section at a time and tighten the bolts as you go. Then assemble the sections to each other. Installing the mat rods will pull the frame together to a "reasonably tight" position.
The instructions for installing the mat rods are spot on and very helpful.
Once together, it is a great trampoline and I will expect to get many years of use from this pricey (but hopefully worth it) trampoline.
By the way, the net is for safety only. Don't trying flying into it like they do on the video. It works, but hurts like the devil when you hit one of the net rods. Ask my how I know?
Hope this review helps.
Yes, it was difficult to put together. I loaded the rods by myself and I weigh 135 pounds. Bury your elbow into your side and push with your legs. Slow and careful is key.
The kids have absolutely loved jumping and so do the parents.
I'll plan to come update this review in another year or so....