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- Trampoline Flex100 City (10ft)
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Lovely well built trampoline
I brought this trampoline last month for son's birthday. We have had a cheap one in the past for my older kids but haven't had one for about 4 years and thought it was time to get one for our younger son. Our son is 6, while our older boys are 17 and 16 and since the trampoline has a high weight limit of 150kgs they love being able to jump on it with their youngest brother.
One of the reasons I chose this trampoline was the warranty on the pads and nets - they state a warranty of 3 years. I know with our cheap one the net and pads were dead an...d gone by 12 months. Same with the mat having a 5 year warranty as our old cheap trampoline had the mat replaced 3 times in 8 years. I am hoping that this means I should get a longer life out of it. It arrived very quickly, we did the order on the weekend, Monday was a public holiday and the trampoline arrived Thursday. Considering the amount of postage companies have at the moment with the virus and everyone being at home I was really impress with that time frame as I do live in a regional area. It took my husband and I about 60-90 minutes to assemble the trampoline. As long as you followed the directions in order it was quite easy to put together. I wouldn't say it was any easier than our last one - but it wasn't a hard job. We did purchase the basketball hoop and we were a little upset when we found out after putting the whole trampoline together we had to pull the net off a pole and pull a pole apart to replace for a special pole for the basketball hoop. It would have been better if the instructions for the trampoline when it came to putting the poles up has a part that stated if you have purchased the hoop as well follow these seperate steps - that would have saved us 20 minutes just there.
Questions & Answers
My kids want a trampoline that has quite a high bounce and they can do flips on. Is this possible with the 10ft jumpflex?
Yes, certainly! Our Trampolines use a tapered Spring which allows different weight jumpers to get a similar bounce - Springs are great too, as they allow the Jumper to get used to the Springiness which lets them get better and better at getting height and control.
Hi, I noticed the jump flex classic failed the CHOICE safety testing, does the flex range have any additional safety features to improve these test results?
To be fair to Vuly, Jumpflex and all the others tested, That CHOICE safety testing was rigged from the start. They compared all the traditional style trampolines (Springs) by Vuly, Jumpflex, Action and the others vs a Springless Trampoline from Springfree trampoline that got a near perfect score. Of course the Springless trampoline was going to come out on top in the tests, when it is up against spring style trampolines. CHOICE doesn't always conduct their tests thoroughly, or properly.
Is the weave on the safety net now small enough so little fingers cannot get caught?
Hi there, yes that's right - the Jumpflex range now features a softer net, with much much smaller weave holes (7mm or so)
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