Is it big enough? I can't decide between a 10 or 12 foot one. Backyard size isn't an issue. I originally thought the bigger the better but our bedroom is 12footX12foot so that seems huge!!
Also has anyone bought they new thunder by vuly? I'm pretty sure we are getting the classic vuly cause that's dear enough but am interested in what people think of the thunder.
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27-11-2013 22:14 #1
How big is your trampoline?
27-11-2013 22:23 #2
We're getting a rectangular 8x12 Foot. Originally I ordered the 7x10 until we measured the area. Ours is from Oz Trampolines.
27-11-2013 22:26 #3Senior Member
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We have a 10ft Vuly, it's big enough!!!
27-11-2013 22:40 #4Senior Member
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We have a 12ft Vuly, and if I could re-buy, I would go 14ft, as I jump on it with the kids and the more room the better.
27-11-2013 22:45 #5
We have the 14ft Vuly and I wouldn't go any smaller
28-11-2013 00:33 #6
Our trampoline is 16ft, it seemed massive at first but once you get used to it it just seems normal. It's a great size, there has been no downfalls (yard space no issue here either).
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28-11-2013 06:00 #7
We have a 10foot as that's as big as we could get to fit in our yard. If we had more space we would of gotten a much bigger one but 10 foot is good enough for the kiddies.
28-11-2013 06:16 #8
We have the 14ft vuly & love it!! If space isn't an issue then go the bigger one 😃
28-11-2013 07:54 #9Senior Member
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We have a 16ft and it takes up heaps of our backyard however it is definitely used by kids and adults alike frequently so if you think it will be used heaps I say go for the biggest size you can fit
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