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    Hi there, as the title suggests I am wanting advice on buying a trampoline. I dont want something that is only going to last a year or so before falling apart. So where should i buy on from and how much should i expect to pay? I am thinking a 10 foot with enclosure. TIA

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    A lot of people will say get a spring free. You'd be looking at roughly 1.5K.

    I'm going to say get an Action tramp from Big W or Toys R Us. We've had ours for nearly 4 years and its in perfect condition. You'd probably expect to pay around $250-300, they are always on sale

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    Vuly are great quality. I know alot of people with them and they last for years and years. They have a great website you can buy from or if yoi're I Brisbane they have a showroom. We got dd one for her 2nd bday!

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    ....and they are Australian made not an import

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    Vuly!!!!

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    Vuly.....or if you want a cheaper option try to avoid getting one from Target,Kmart etc.

    Sportshops and places like toyworld often sell slightly more expensive versions of the same brands target etc stock. Check the individual details of course, but they often have better mats and nets (thicker and higher weight rated) and sometimes better warrenties. Powdercoated legs are also great


 

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