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    Default Reccomend me a good trampoline??

    My DS is turning 2 in a few weeks. He LOVES to bounce. On me, chairs, the couch, beds, his cot...everywhere!

    He has one of those small ones with the handle (around $40) that he loves, but now tries to plop onto his bottom, and is going to get seriously hurt - its just not big enough!!!

    So, we are thinking of getting him a tramp for his birthday. I have been researching for weeks, and still cant decide.

    We are looking at at least a 12ft one, with a big weight rating so us and extended family members (his aunts and uncles) can enjoy it. I have seen them up to 180kgs!!! But thinking 150kgs is plenty for us.

    What would you reccomend? What do you have? Have you had to replace anything, or notice any faults/wear/deterioration?

    Springs or Springless?
    What brand?
    Net attached inside or outside of safety pads?
    Net attached to pole, or set inside a bit?
    Is a ladder necisary?
    Tent??


    We are on a bit of a budget, so am looking around for a balance of quality and best deal.

    I was reading for example on a website that most nets deteriorate quite quickly (within months) of purchase....

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    Default Reccomend me a good trampoline??

    We updated our rectangular one last Xmas 2011, as dd had started to do flips etc. check out eBay, I googled spring free trampolines and found trampolines Australia I got 16ft for $310 it was a bargin, we have a net best thing ever. My friend bought hers on eBay got a great deal. My only advice is to buy a standard size 10,12,14 or 16ft as you can buy replacement parts anywhere. My dd spends her life on hers, we are contemplating a tent for winter so she can still use it.


 

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