Sorry to hijack but I'm really liking the TP Genius... Does anyone have one??
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17-08-2015 09:29 #11Senior Member
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17-08-2015 09:45 #12
Another Vuly fan here. They're not cheap, but they last. Our pads are over 2 years old and haven't cracked at all like some friends with cheap ones have. We also suffered storm damage and Vuly were great in organising the parts and the half price deal for life is awesome! The tent cover is also cool and I think it will get a lot of use as the kids get older and want to sleep out there!
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20-10-2015 20:13 #13
Ladies with the Vuly tramp which one do you have, the Classic, Vuly2 or Thunder?
We are looking at getting the Vuly2 10ft.
21-10-2015 07:39 #14Senior Member
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We have a 14ft classic. It's fab!
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21-10-2015 19:56 #15
I'm trying to decide between the classic and the vuly2.
21-10-2015 22:40 #16
Following we are thinking of upgrading our tramp for Chrissy
21-10-2015 22:52 #17
We are buying a Vuly for Xmas (just have to pick which one). We bought a cheapie a few years ago and it disintegrated within a year.
21-10-2015 23:39 #18
22-10-2015 10:47 #19
We have the classic, and think it's the 12ft.
The shop owner where I bought it said to get the biggest you can fit and afford. A small one might be fine for little kids, but as they get bigger and start doing tricks etc, bigger is better. Bigger is also good for parties. We've had 8 x 6yo's on ours without a problem. Plenty of space for that many kids without fighting or knocked heads!
They didn't have the V2 when we bought it, but the classic is good. The kids love the animals on the mat and have games they play on it. It's pretty cute.
If you get a Vuly, I don't think you'll regret it. Ours is lasting well and is well used!
22-10-2015 11:10 #20Senior Member
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We have a 15ft target one. Had it 3 years and it still looks perfect. We don't have a ladder, instead we have a little stepladder - that way when we didn't want the boys on it we could take the ladder away.
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