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    Quote Originally Posted by sajimum View Post
    We bought an Action trampoline from Toys R Us (I think big W and maybe K Mart also sell them) 3 years ago. We have already had to replace the padding and net due to wear and tear. I wish I had paid more for a better brand.
    exactly this. Bought an action trampoline a few years ago, and really REALLY wish I'd bought a better brand. Would love a Vuly Thunder.

    I can confidently say do NOT buy an ACTION trampoline.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moosey View Post
    I've just looked at these online and it looks like they aren't on sale unfortunately.
    Does anyone know if these ever go on sale?
    Oops, sorry they do have one on sale but it's a bundle deal...I'm just trying to figure out what that means!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    We got a 12ft one from Oz tramps nearly 2 years ago and it's fabulous, my SIL got hers from Big W 2 years ago ( it was $250 cheaper) but is falling apart now

    http://www.oztrampolines.com.au
    Thanks, these look good, do you know if they have sales? Can you layby?

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    We got ours through Oz Trampolines - they have the best reviews online and we have been very impressed. They do layby.

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    Ok, so which size should I get? For a four and two year old? Thanks!!

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    Default Trampoline help - toy sales

    Go 14 foot. My ds is 4 and dd is 2, my DH gets on it with them too and there is plenty of room.
    Last edited by Happymum2; 24-06-2015 at 15:04.

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    Bigger the better, DH and I often get on with DS and play games, chase each other in circles and play with balls etc. it's a lot of fun and with a smaller one it would be more difficult.

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    we got an action tramp from Toys R Us when DD was 3 - and it lasted until she was 8. we have just replaced it now ... so she got a good 4 or 5 years out of it.

    it was under a shade cloth, but still exposed to the weather considerably .. so we were pretty happy with the time we got out of it.

    enough that we bought another one to replace it with.

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    I had bought a cheaper trampoline target a couple of years ago... Have just recently upgraded to a Vuly Thunder - more expensive but quality does not compare... Also the safety features, vuly seems to be more superior that the Target brands.... Highly recommend the thunder!

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    Quote Originally Posted by moosey View Post
    Ok, so which size should I get? For a four and two year old? Thanks!!
    This is ours - 12ft with 3 x 3 year olds on it - plenty of room - I wouldn't go smaller or 14ft would be even better!
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