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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    Kind of off topic but am I the only parent who doesn't weigh there kids 😒 I mean when they goto the doctor for vaxs etc and they do there blue book? But am I meant to any other time.
    I don't.

    I weighed DS and DD a week after we got out of hospital. Otherwise just when they have their vaccinations.

    I threw DD onto the scales at a baby show just because it was there.

    I have weighed DS lately. Because I thought he was feeling heavy and he had a growth spurt. Now he thinks its fun to stand on it.

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    Sorry to revive an older thread, did you end up getting a Trampoline OP?
    Has anyone got the new 2016 Vuly models? It is so hard to go off reviews when the more expensive brands seem to get the worst reviews....

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwimum890 View Post
    Sorry to revive an older thread, did you end up getting a Trampoline OP?
    Has anyone got the new 2016 Vuly models? It is so hard to go off reviews when the more expensive brands seem to get the worst reviews....
    I'm not the OP, but santa gave my children a vuly Classic last year. We live in qld and it's in the full sun all day and it's in great condition a year on. I'm so pleased and they love it. The outside pad has faded slightly, but so far I can't fault it!

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    We've bought a house with a trampoline built into the ground!!!! It's fabulous and not a eye-sore

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsSS View Post
    I'm not the OP, but santa gave my children a vuly Classic last year. We live in qld and it's in the full sun all day and it's in great condition a year on. I'm so pleased and they love it. The outside pad has faded slightly, but so far I can't fault it!
    Thanks for your input, Vuly have released new models around October. It is difficult to find new reviews of these, even harder to find the comparisons between the old and new models.

    Glad to hear the only issue is the fading.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yogis Mumma View Post
    We've bought a house with a trampoline built into the ground!!!! It's fabulous and not a eye-sore
    That would be ideal, a very tricky process to undertake I would imagine. I bet it looks amazing though! It is hard enough getting my DH to agree to relocating a tree for the trampoline let alone digging a huge hole...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwimum890 View Post
    Thanks for your input, Vuly have released new models around October. It is difficult to find new reviews of these, even harder to find the comparisons between the old and new models.

    Glad to hear the only issue is the fading.

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    I was like you and had researched as much as I can and you can always find good and bad on all designs and it was driving me crazy as I didn't want to spend $$ and pick the wrong one!
    I will say our vuly is really sturdy and if it's any help it was pretty easy to put together, which was important on Christmas Eve at 11pm!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsSS View Post
    I was like you and had researched as much as I can and you can always find good and bad on all designs and it was driving me crazy as I didn't want to spend $$ and pick the wrong one!
    I will say our vuly is really sturdy and if it's any help it was pretty easy to put together, which was important on Christmas Eve at 11pm!!!
    Do you happen to find the Vuly really loud? We visited a showroom and the noise from the springs and the pads squeaking and flapping was so loud?

    I have heard they are easy to put together so that is a huge bonus...

    I was also thinking it might be a bit difficult for my young kids to get in and out safely using the overlapping door or is there a knack to it? My DH looked super awkward!


 

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