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    We have a vuly thunder and it's not overly noisy. Probably seems louder in a showroom.

    It's awkward for adults to get in and out, the kids do it fine. I have fallen out of ours more than once

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    Yes that is very true about it being louder in a showroom...

    Yeah I am already preparing myself for that possibility of myself and DH falling out ha ha.

    How old are your kids?

    Is the bounce ok?

    Is it the new thunder the one that got released in September 2016?

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    No ours isn't loud at all. Mine are 21mths and 4.5 and they climb in and out just fine, I however do look ridiculous getting off it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsSS View Post
    No ours isn't loud at all. Mine are 21mths and 4.5 and they climb in and out just fine, I however do look ridiculous getting off it!
    I think I am almost convinced now

    Oh yes I am going to look super ridiculous too if that makes you feel any better ha ha...

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    Another vote for a Vuly, especially in your price range OP, you'd be able to get a decent sized one.

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    We have a 14ft classic vuly and its 2yo and pads haven't cracked are only a bit faded on one side (haven't even used the other side yet) and its just fab

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    We have a springfree.....so far so good.

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    We are yet to use it yet (Christmas present) but we got a 10ft vuly thunder (2016 release) from bunnings for $899 including the shade cover!
    It's the only place we've found them cheaper then the rrp of $1200!!
    We were planning on getting the vuly lift, but when we found the thunder on sale we opted for that instead!

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    Quote Originally Posted by missy26 View Post
    We are yet to use it yet (Christmas present) but we got a 10ft vuly thunder (2016 release) from bunnings for $899 including the shade cover!
    It's the only place we've found them cheaper then the rrp of $1200!!
    We were planning on getting the vuly lift, but when we found the thunder on sale we opted for that instead!
    Snap!

    We did the exact same yesterday for the same reason....

    The guys at the showroom told us that they won't be supplying to Bunnings anymore, think it is purely because they are completely undercutting them....such a huge difference in price, bonus for us

    Fingers crossed it is good as you all say

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    We have gotten the kids a Vuly lift (?) For christmas this year $799 on sale at one of the local sporting goods shop in town. Otherwise it was going to be $1100 !


 

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