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    Default Spring-free Trampoline Owners, a couple of questions for you.

    After looking at Vuly and Spring-free trampolines, we've decided to buy a spring free Trampoline so was wondering those of you who have one, what shape did you buy, oval or round and do you think they are worth their money/would you recommend them?

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    Thank you Me, I appreciate your input! We are a family of 6, so we would definitely benefit from a larger one, but I am in two minds whether to get an oval or round shape.

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    I think we'll go with the oval as it seems more conjusive to most yards as you said and that's important as we quite often move around and don't always end up with a big yard. Thanks again.


 

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