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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsSS View Post
    Aghhh this is us too! We are planning on getting it up on Christmas Eve. Hope we can put it together, or rather hope hubby can do it himself! ������
    It's definitely do-able as a one man job, of course, however if you have a big one, it's preferable to have two people imo. If I asked DH though, he would say you only need one person.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Uniquey View Post
    It's definitely do-able as a one man job, of course, however if you have a big one, it's preferable to have two people imo. If I asked DH though, he would say you only need one person.
    Ours is only a 8ft vuly, but I'll let you know how we go.... Could be a loonngg Christmas Eve!

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    Just don't do it in the dark Christmas Eve, the parts are black!

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    Our plan is for me to take the kids to a park then PIL's, leaving around 11am, then DH will drive down later and meet us at PIL's (we spend Xmas Eve at PIL's every year). The theory is that DH will get to PIL's around 4. That gives him 4 hours.....

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    Re-hashing an old thread.

    I'm thinking of buying a 14 foot from oz trampolines or the basic model from vuli. Neighbours have an oz trampoline going strong after several years in the weather.

    How is everyone going with their trampolines? Any updates? Still happy?

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    Our Vuly is a few years old now. We have replaced the net (storm damage) and are about to replace the green padding which is very very faded. Otherwise it is still good

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    Quote Originally Posted by clbj View Post
    Re-hashing an old thread.

    I'm thinking of buying a 14 foot from oz trampolines or the basic model from vuli. Neighbours have an oz trampoline going strong after several years in the weather.

    How is everyone going with their trampolines? Any updates? Still happy?
    We bought the kids a 14 foot one from Kmart. It was to replace our last one which was exactly the same. The last one got a hole in the mat (after 3 years). It was cheaper to buy whole new one than to get a new mat. I have still found it cheaper to buy from Kmart and replace if I have to, instead of spending big $$$

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    Still love our Vuly, it's huge! We have the tent as well, and since buying it have bought the water mister which the kids absolutely loved in summer!

    Last weekend we had 8 kids jumping on it and there was plenty of room and it didn't falter, very happy!

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    Just remember when you pick them up they will not fit in your car. Get them delivered or get a trailer. I work in retail (mat leave now) and you'd be surprised when people say it'll fit in my car and ho hum they never do

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