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    Default Aldi trampoline??

    Hi all

    Just saw that Aldi have a trampoline for $199. It's only tiny (10ft) so would only be big enough for 1 big kid or 2 small ones but we are in a rental at the moment with not much yard so probably as big as we could possibly go unfortunately. We do have a smaller one here plus a very good large rectangular one (the good old fashions type) back at our other house that needs a new mat but wondering if this would do in the meantime and for Christmas

    We are having a very broke Christmas as our 5 kids are doing a heap of courses in the holidays - dance/choreo Summer school, junior modelling, Russian ballet, singing and some acting, one child auditioning for the international season of Les Mis and one heading to Spain on the Brisbane team - all after I just resigned from my job 😁 just to give you some background. So wondering if this may be ok for their big present this year???

    Main thing we are interested in is that that mat has a decent bounce for acro tricks, we won't use the net and probably only need it to last a year or so.

    Our kids are 5,7,9,11 and 15 and all do lots of acro.

    Thanks in advance.

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    We've got the 10ft Kmart tramp and it's great! Haven't seen the Aldi one, sorry. But the Kmart one has lasted extremely well for us (my inlaws and sil also each have one that they have been very happy with).


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