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    We got a big w trampoline last Christmas, all I can say is check how big the one you choose is! We went of yeah that sounds great then we put the frame up and went oh crap that's like most of the yard lol. Still room to get past, but we definitely didn't envision it being so big. Kids love it though and we can lie in the middle and not get stood on! Holding up well so far, except for the dog chewing on the zipper but anyway.

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    I wanted to get a trampoline because dd & ds Bouncd all the time lounge etc :/ but I read somewhere that vuly supports getting them ages 6 and up. Is there a reason for this? Kids are 2 & 3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babybeeno1 View Post
    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
    Wise advice

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    We have a springfree, it's 3 years old now and apart from some fading it is in perfect condition.
    We got ours delivered, but it would have fit in our car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    I wanted to get a trampoline because dd & ds Bouncd all the time lounge etc :/ but I read somewhere that vuly supports getting them ages 6 and up. Is there a reason for this? Kids are 2 & 3.
    Wouldn't have a clue. I got a 10ft vuly for my 2 & 4 year olds.. Best thing ever.


 

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