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    Default Trampoline

    I'm wanting to buy a trampoline for DD1's 4th bday next month. Which type/brand do you recommend?

    And I've seen lots of people recommend the Vuly brand - which is better, the Vuly Thunder (spring free) or Vuly Classic (the standard coil spring tramp)?

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    Following. Trying to decide between Vuly Thunder and Springfree.


    Me 39 DF 35
    DD ICSI April 2011
    DD natural November 2013

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    I bought an 8ft from oztrampolines dot com dot au. It's perfect for my 3yoDD.

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    I have the Vuly springfree and I absolutely love it. the quality from vuly is fab.

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    Thanks!

    Anyone else?

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    We have a springfree, it is 2 years old and looks brand new still. The kids don't use it enough though! I'm not familiar with the vuly, but very happy with springfree.

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    We've got a 12ft from oztrampolines as well and it's great

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    Do the trampolines from oztrampolines have the net on the inside or outside of the springs? If on the outside, does it cause any problems with the kids bouncing onto the springs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunnybambino View Post
    Do the trampolines from oztrampolines have the net on the inside or outside of the springs? If on the outside, does it cause any problems with the kids bouncing onto the springs?
    The net is on the outside of the springs but it comes with a padded mat to cover them anyway. I think it's a great trampoline. A lot safer than the ones we had as kids lol.

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    I'm seconding oztrampolines!
    They have great online reviews, excellent customer service and 1/4 of the price. Best of all my dd LOVES IT!! Winning!


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