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Oz Trampolines Summit Round

Oz Trampolines Summit Round Questions & Answers

6ft, 8ft, 10ft, 12ft, 14ft and 16ft
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66 questions from our users

T Sutherland

T Sutherlandasked

Summit Round

Are there any people you would recommend who I could pay to dismantle my trampoline and put it up in another section of the yard and also assemble the basketball hoop? In Brisbane. Thanks

No answers

James-Jim S.

James-Jim S.asked

Summit Round

Is it made to Australian standards

3 answers
Moz
Moz

It is and I believe it may even exceed them

ted
ted

Yes its made to Australian standard. The springs are well covered by thick mat and net frames padded nicely. They are attached to legs so sturdy and strong but also well away from jumping area.

Oz Trampolines
OZ T.Oz Trampolines

The Australian Standards is a voluntary code and something that we consider carefully when we design our trampolines.

As our range of Summit Trampolines are our own branded and designed trampolines we have control over every aspect of the trampoline and can then ensure they meet the current Australian Standard AS 4989:2015.

We believe that a trampoline needs to be safe, not only on day 1 but in 2 years time and have designed the trampoline for Australian Conditions.

We do place our nets on the outside of the pads as we can sew the sleeves all the way along the net and not just be attached in a few places and then place a fibreglass ring around the top of the net to ensure durability.

We do not use zips on our trampolines as we know through years of research that they don't last in Australia's harsh climate. We have designed a safe overlapping net to ensure your children are safe whilst jumping and can easily exit the trampoline and will not breakdown leaving a huge section of the net can causes a safety concern. (please note the 6ft trampoline does have a zip on the net this trampoline is suited for very young children and parents have requested this)

The high grade UV treated PVC pads are then attached to the trampoline using adjustable bungy cords to ensure they always stay in place.

We also provide a ladder with wide non slip durable plastic steps to ensure children can get on and off the trampoline safely.

I hope this answers your question and if you need any further information please call or email us.


Jeff

Jeffasked

Summit Round

what is the package size & wieght of a 10 foot summit trampoline .Also could it be delivered to our grandkids at Spring Farm [ Camden Sydney]?

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Charli B.

Charli B.asked

Summit Round

This might be a silly question.

We have the 8 ft round and I'm not sure how I'm meant to tie off the entrance so that my 3yo can't slip out when she bounces against that edge.

Thanks!

1 answer
Oz Trampolines
OZ T.Oz Trampolines

Hi thank you for your question. For instruction on how to complete tunnel entrance to make secure please look at the video part four safety net assembly https://www.oztrampolines.com.au/videos.asp


Rajesh K.

Rajesh K.asked

Summit Round 8ft

When we say 6ft or 8ft or 10ft, is it the height or the diameter?

2 answers
Jo Jo DCW
Jo Jo DCW

It is the diameter. I would suggest going for a 12 ft as big kids or adults can use as well.

Oz Trampolines
OZ T.Oz Trampolines

the measurement given is the diameter across the frame not the height, please call if you would like all height measurements as it does differ slightly as the trampoline sizes get larger


Phil

Philasked

Summit Round 16ft

My trampoline has 180mm springs will these suit if I buy an oz trampoline mat?

No answers

Haley G

Haley Gasked

Summit Round 6ft

Bought a 6ft trampoline and finding almost impossible to get the last piece of the frame in place. Suggestions? Thanks

3 answers
Oz Trampolines
OZ T.Oz Trampolines

the entire frame should stay very loose until it is complete. If you have tighten each stage up you need to loosen them all off a lot so their is more flexibility. Go towards a fence or second person and get them to hold the frame firm on the other side from you and push to get it to join. If that doesn't work, undo one other frame piece, connect the opposite one first then go back to the other to join the last one that was already previuosly joined. The positive thing is that when it's together it is very firm. craig oz trampolines, 1300 393004

Haley G
Haley G

Thank you

Dave
Dave

Can be difficult. Tried standing frame up its edge and then leaning on it. (I think the instructions mention to do this)


Theresa

Theresaasked

Summit Round 8ft

Hi, we purchased an 8ft round Oz Trampoline in January 2016. Over the last year the zip has slowly deteriorated to the point now that all the teeth have fallen off, and the material holding the clips has also given way. I assumed we were out of warranty and ordered a new safety net last week, but now reading the comments above think perhaps not? so my two questions are:
1. Is there warranty still applied to our safety net - especially now that we've gone and purchased another one
2. I'm unsure if we have set the 'tunnel entrance' up correctly on the new net - I've searched your site and cant find specific directions/pictures regarding this. Can you point me in the right direction?

We do love our trampoline and apart from the closure issue its been fantastic!

thanks

Theresa

1 answer
Oz Trampolines
OZ T.Oz Trampolines

Hi thanks for the questions, we have a 2 year warranty on our products and to claim you need to email us photos so we can view the issue. As I am unsure of your purchase details if you can email us at sales@oztrampolines.com.au we can send you out the instructions for the net.

Thanks

Oz Trampolines


Brad T

Brad Tasked

Summit Round 12ft

Hey I’ve just managed to get a 12ft trampoline however the springs need replacing. What size springs would I be able to fit for 12ft. I’m looking to get a lot of bounce.

1 answer
Oz Trampolines
OZ T.Oz Trampolines

Hi Brad

to ensure they fit your trampoline measure the spring from tip to tip when the spring isn't under tension. tHis will give you a measurement in mm's

Then to get the best bounce upgrade to our European made springs

Thanks

Oz Trampolines


Mumzilla

Mumzillaasked

Summit Round 12ft

Hi, I have a 16 year old son, weighs around 90kgs. He is a very strong boys, and loves all the flips and tricks. What would you recommend, and what is the delivery time to Brisbane Western suburbs? Thanks

3 answers
Oz Trampolines
OZ T.Oz Trampolines

Hi Delivery time is 2-3 days as all trampolines are in stock.
I would recommend either a 12ft, 14ft or 10a15ft depending on your yard size and also upgrade to the European springs for an even better bounce

Thanks

oz Trampolines

Mumzilla
Mumzilla

Hi please quote for size and upgrade to European springs. Many tjanks

Bittersweet
Bittersweet

Hi Mumzilla, Did you go ahead with the upgraded European Springs if so how did you find it, ease of bounce ect........ love to know, thanks so much.


Madeline K

Madeline Kasked

Summit Round

Hi, I have plenty of room but need to move unit when mowing back yard. Can you please recommend something?
I have 2 boys 7 & 5. But will need room for 4 kids
Thanks

Madeline

1 answer
Oz Trampolines
OZ T.Oz Trampolines

Hi Madeline, thanks for the question. I would look at either a 12ft, 14ft or a 10x15ft if you are after something with size. All trampolines need to be lifted when moved and can't be dragged. We also sell wheels that can help you with this.

Hope this helps with your decision

Thanks

Oz Trampolines


Meghan S

Meghan Sasked

Summit Round 10ft

Hi, im looking at purchasing one of your trampolines. It would be for my 2 boys and my fiance and myself would take turns at jumping on it too with our kids. Our sons are only little at the moment but I'm hoping to get one to grow with them for at least 5 or more years, could you recommend what size trampoline would be best please??

1 answer
Oz Trampolines
OZ T.Oz Trampolines

Hi Meghan - thank you for your message. We would recommend a 10ft or a 12ft trampoline if you have the room. Please feel free to contact us if you have any further questions.


Jessie

Jessieasked

Summit Round 6ft

Is the 6ft round trampoline suitable for 1-2 girls aged 9 and 10? It's the only size That will
in my townhouse yard. Thanks for your reply.

5 answers
Artfuldodger
Artfuldodger

My kids are 10 and 12 and it was big enough for both of them to jump on. Thanks

Patrick
Patrick

Should go for the bigger size. 6 foot is only suitable for younger toddlers.

Jessie
Jessie

Thank you very much for your helpful replies.


Clint

Clintasked

Summit Round 12ft

Can you put the trampoline on concrete?

2 answers
Oz Trampolines
OZ T.Oz Trampolines

Yes you can, we recommend rubber matting to protect the frame and absorb jumping impact: http://www.oztrampolines.com.au/category/90/Rubber-Matting

chookfarm
chookfarm

I have my trampoline on the grass as I preferred it that way.


Macie

Macieasked

Summit Round 14ft

please answer fast! How do I screw in screws of the trampoline if I don't have a drill??!!!!? Please help! The screws don't go in that far.

1 answer
Oz Trampolines
OZ T.Oz Trampolines

Hi Macie - if it is the screws there should be a small screwdriver supplied with the screws. If you are referring to the bolts, you may require a 10mm spanner if you do not have a drill. If you require further assistance please call 1300 393 004


CameronH

CameronHasked

Summit Round 12ft

Our tramp arrived with no holes for the t piece screws in the frame. It says in the instruction manual that there should be holes in the frame. There are holes in the legs, but not the frame. We have 16 t piece screws and only 8 holes. Is this a mistake? What should we do?

2 answers
reinrab
reinrab

Each piece of frame should have a square shaped hole at each end, so that when you connect with the t piece the screw can pass thru both pieces of frame. The leg then connects into cylindrical part of t piece and has a screw whole.
If your frame has no holes at all I'd be contacting oz trampolines - sounds like a fault ?

Oz Trampolines
OZ T.Oz Trampolines

Please email us at sales@oztrampolines.com.au with your contact name and number or call us on 1300 393 004 so that we can assist you.


kj

kjasked

Summit Round

just purchased an oval tramp, how easy are they to put together, how many adults would you recommend?

2 answers
Oz Trampolines
OZ T.Oz Trampolines

Yes this item should go together well for you. 2 adults is always most useful rather than a solo effort.

reinrab
reinrab

We had 2 adults put it together- you will need someone to hold the safety net poles whilst the other attaches the brackets (this was the hardest part- as the bolts are so short, its a struggle to get the nut on!) . Also handy to have an extra person when initially closing off the circle- as it needs a fair bit of pressure.
Took us about 1 1/2 hrs to do the basic trampoline- and then far too long to do the safety net.... (probably another 1 1/2-2hrs) as the brackets were such a struggle - we left it and came back to it next morning.
- we blamed Santa for the net not being done on Xmas morning :)


Bianca Elysee

Bianca Elyseeasked

Summit Round

Do you offer an install service?

1 answer
Oz Trampolines
OZ T.Oz Trampolines

Hi Bianca, we recommend LeisureTek for installations 02 9836 2600.


micheala

michealaasked

Summit Round 6ft

How do you fold the 6ft roof? As i cant fold it to fit back into the bag

2 answers
Oz Trampolines
OZ T.Oz Trampolines

Hi Michaela, That You tube video we discussed is the best visual cue. Hopefully you have a little success.

micheala
micheala

Thankyou just managed to do it.


Cathy

Cathyasked

Summit Round 10ft

Hello, We are looking to buy a 10ft summit round trampoline in the next few days. Just wondering how long will be the delivery time. We currently are on holiday, and will be home this weekend.
Thanks in advance! Regards, Cathy

1 answer
Oz Trampolines
OZ T.Oz Trampolines

Hi that depend where you are located and being a few days before Christmas we cannot 100% be certain it will arrive. Best call us on 1300 393 004 so we can discuss


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