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    Default 6ft or 8ft trampoline?

    We have a 5 year old and an 18 month old and are looking at a trampoline. We dont have alot of room and would probably prefer a 6ft one which online says for 3-10 yr olds. Just wondering if anyone has had one this size and if u think it will be sufficent? They wont be going on together just one at a time. Thanks

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    Get the biggest you can - we've had our 10ft one since DS was 2, I've had 3 , 3 year olds on it no problem, it's much more fun to jump with other people!

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    I would go the 8 ft. The 6 foot ones are really tiny.

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    Just don't buy one from "Spring-free", as they are incredibly expensive. I think the entry-level trampoline is $1,000.
    We bought one online from another company, which was a decent size, and about a third of the price!

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