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    Hi guys

    Looking to buy a spring free trampoline for the kids - I have a 4 yr old, 2 yr old and one on the way.

    I was thinking a 12 ft to make sure it's big enough although have heard that that is huge.

    Can anyone give feedback on the lower cost brands? Kmart, Big W, target, toys r us etc?

    I would love a Vuly, but I'm not sure I wouldn't just be paying for a brand name and have heard some of the others are just as good.

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    I'm still looking for the 'right' trampoline also and need to get onto it for Christmas!
    I have a two year old and one on the way.
    I have also heard good things of Vuly but I'm thinking the same I don't want to pay a heap if others are just as good.
    I also only want to get maybe an 8 or 10ft one.

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    Oh me too!

    We are thinking 8ft and want a vuly, but like you ladies I don't know if I'm just paying for a brand name etc.

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    F I read reviews online and they didn't seem to have good ones (vuly)

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    Purchased one from oz trampolines online recently and it's great, I wouldn't bother with those toys r us brands!

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    I got one on sale from toys r us on the weekend 14ft $280. My SIL has the same brand one only smaller, for years now without any problems.

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    Has anyone got a Plum trampoline? I just came across this brand while googling, they look alright...

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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPrint View Post
    Has anyone got a Plum trampoline? I just came across this brand while googling, they look alright...
    We do. I got a 6 foot pink one for my little girls 2nd birthday as we have a tiny yard. Two years on and it's still in perfect condition.

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    My kids are 8 on their 6th birthday we bought a Springfree. It is one of the best investments we have made, I say investment as they are not cheap. In the years leading up we went through 3 cheap kmart/big W type trampolines, they look awful after a few months and the sun and weather ruin them quickly. The pads fall apart, the nets break, the poles rust and the whole thing becoomes dangerous . The Springfree still looks new and we imagine the kids will have outgrown it before it starts to wear.


 

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