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    Quote Originally Posted by clbj View Post
    Thanks for this I'm in wa and new to aldi. I couldn't find one in the special buys online. Is there anywhere I can see a catalogue online?
    Hmm, doesn't look like the Specials starting on 3rd Dec are online yet, just in the physical catalogue

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    I don't think they will use the jumpy part, if anything if you have toddlers they might become collateral damage if the bigger kids are running through to climb up to the side - honestly they literally run up and down and never sit still!

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    Default Inflatable castle/water slide

    Thanks everyone! You are too kind I've been thinking that it will be mostly me dragging in and out if shed so smaller/lighter will mean more use. I reckon the bouncy castle part has potential to fill with leaves and stuff, being a pain to keep clean. And yes, as you say, injury zone as they fling about waiting to climb
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    Everything Elijah's Mum said. Ours isn't exactly the same, but very similar. It will be 2 years old at Christmas and the kids 4 and 7 love it. We get so much use out of it in summer and it's great for parties like she said. Hours of fun for the kids!

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    Default Inflatable castle/water slide

    Quote Originally Posted by Californication View Post
    Everything Elijah's Mum said. Ours isn't exactly the same, but very similar. It will be 2 years old at Christmas and the kids 4 and 7 love it. We get so much use out of it in summer and it's great for parties like she said. Hours of fun for the kids!
    Thanks! I'm quite excited about this arriving. We only have one child, but I suspect this will act as a magnet for other locals

    I'm going to leave this link here for anyone else interested. This is the website for the company that supplies to Target and Big W. They have a eBay site too with pretty detailed descriptions

    http://www.happyhopkids.com.au/happy-hop-products

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    My parents got this one for my kids last Christmas. It was on special for $280 I think. It is good and they enjoy it for a little while, but get bored after 30minutes. Although I had it out for my sons birthday party recently and the kids had a ball.
    Ours has a mat to put over the slide so it is slippery without water so it can still be used in winter.
    Ours didn't come with a bag, but we just roll it up and put it under our deck, so it's easy enough to get out. It is very easy to set up.

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    Thanks again to everyone that replied. Inflatable bouncy slide/pool is a big hit with DS and his friends. He loves squirting people with the water cannon.

    Its easy enough to set up, and we can fold loosely and store in shed to save squishing back in the bag each time when packing up. Highly recommended

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