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ALEX® Toys - Little Jumpers Trampoline 786


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  • Big, bouncy fun!
  • Legs fold for storage
  • Holds up to 80 lbs
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 34.5 x 34.5 x 29.5 inches ; 13.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 13.6 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0081K7H8E
  • Item model number: 786
  • Our recommended age: 36 months - 6 years
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 36 months - 7 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #133,441 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (70 customer reviews)
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Product Description

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Bounce around with the Alex Little Jumpers Trampoline. For active toddlers and youngsters less than 80 pounds, this colorful trampoline with soft foam handle offers a great way to exercise indoors and expend some energy. The padded frame and non-slip rubber feet offer safer bouncing, and the fold-up legs and easy-to-remove handle make storage a snap.

Little Jumpers TrampolineAlex Little Jumpers Trampoline
Colorful padded cover and foam handle for safety. View larger.

Big, Bouncy Fun

Hang onto the foam handle bars, give the trampoline a bounce, and catch some air! Kids will be eager to have a go at this trampoline, which is made specifically for smaller children. Ideal for rainy days indoors, this trampoline will get kids moving.

Out of the box, you'll find parts for the metal frame with attached spring legs and rubber feet, a sturdy bungee cord, trampoline mesh, padded cover, and handle bar. When fully assembled, the trampoline is approximately 34.5 inches square and 29.5 inches high.

Colorful Padded Cover, Foam Handle, and No-Slip Rubber Feet for Safe Play

The trampoline has a foam-wrapped handlebar that kids can hold onto when they're jumping around on the trampoline. This keeps young jumpers safer as they bounce around.

The removable padded cover overlays the frame, guarding kids from getting their feet or legs caught between the bungee cord and frame. Kids should remove their shoes and socks and hold onto the handlebar while they jump. This toy should be used under the supervision of adults or responsible older kids.

Non-slip rubber feet ensures that the trampoline will stay steady and safely in place while kids are jumping around.

Everything You Need for Assembly and Easy Storage

The Little Jumpers Trampoline will take approximately 30 minutes to an hour to assemble. The metal frame comes together and secures easily with the included bolts and Allen wrench. The spring legs pop out and into place--a nice touch that simplifies set up.

Alex Little Jumpers Trampoline - Non-slip rubber feet
Non-slip rubber feet for stability.

The mesh cover attaches to the frame with the bungee cord. This step is a little trickier, only because you'll have to make sure the mesh stays centered as you thread the cord into the loops and around the frame. A metal cord lock, which stays under the trampoline, keeps the bungee cord in place.

The final steps are to assemble the handle, fasten the padded cover to the trampoline, and then lock the handle into the handle slots on the frame. Before play, rotate the legs so the rubber feet rest flush against the floor.

Getting the trampoline ready for storage is effortless because the spring legs fold and a push button allows the handle to slide out of its slot. Keep the trampoline under a bed, in the closet, in the garage, or propped in the corner of the kids' room until the next bouncing session.

Video Instructions Available on Alextoys.com

The illustrated instruction guide is more than adequate for assembly. But if you have Internet access and would like visual instruction on how to put the trampoline together, visit the Alex toys website to watch the assembly video.

What's in the Box

Four-part metal frame with spring legs, bungee cord, cord lock, trampoline mesh, padded cover, six screws, Allen wrench, and instructions.

ALEX
Little Jumpers Trampoline

At a Glance:

  • Bright, colorful fun invites young kids to expend some extra energy.
  • Padded frame and non-slip feet for safe jumping.
  • Quick-folding spring legs allows for easy storage.
  • All necessary tools for assembly included.
  • Illustrated instruction manual, and online video available for assembly.

Age/Weight Requirements:

  • 36 months to 6 years
  • Under 80 pounds

Assembly Requirements:

  • Adult assembly

SMALL PARTS. Not for children under 3 years

Product Description

Alex Little Jumpers Trampoline

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

My 3 and 1 year old daughters absolutely love this trampoline!
Danielle
It is great for getting their energy out - especially on cold and/or rainy days.
Diane
Bigger kids cannot hold the bar without a possibility of it tipping.
dp

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Teresa on October 28, 2012
I purchased this for my 2 1/2 year old granddaughter. She loved it and so did other 1 1/2 year old visiting child.
she is now 3 1/2 and still loves it. I would recomend keeping inside. This stayed like new the first year while inside.
This past summer her parents placed it out on their deck. After being in 90 degree hot sun, all summer and left out in the rain , it doesn't seem to bounce back as well, but she still loves it. I would love to purchase another one to keep at my house, and keep inside. Older 6 years old kids love this also, but I didn't let them jump to long for fear of them being to big and damaging it.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Shannon B Davis VINE VOICE on February 25, 2013
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We finally had the time to open and assemble this toy. I had one review during the build and it's improved since.

First, the good. My son is really excited about the trampoline and ran up to me, hugged me and said "Thank you mama for building my jumping thing." That alone makes it a five star. We have been exercising together with it, putting on "jumping music" (fast dance music, really) and he gets on the trampoline while I do faux-jumprope. It will be good exercise. We were playing another game on the Kinect and he would run back and jump on the trampoline during it periodically. I think it will be a great way for him to get exercise, and all the issues I had with the trampoline's build process are resolved. In fact, it was so much fun I almost ordered an urban rebounder for myself before I remembered we only have 7 foot ceilings.

I do not know how durable it is yet, but as an Amazon Vine reviewer, it's important that I write my reviews promptly. I will of course update this if I find the durability lacking in the future!

Now the BAD and ANNOYING.

You really have to take your time to put this together. It isn't easy, especially with a three-year-old taskmaster! After screwing together the pieces of the base, you have to knot a bungee cord. Unlike the instructions, it doesn't come with a knot, and then squeeze it into a piece of metal. Then you have to weave that bungee cord in and out of the frame and the trampoline surface. It's like sewing, only with a huge thread. You really have to tug and keep the tension on the whole way. Finally, you attach the cover that protects the bouncer from hitting the metal frame. It was harder to put this on than a twin-size sheet on a queen-size bed!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By engk916 VINE VOICE on November 23, 2012
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i ordered this item for my 4yo daughter, who is a petite 32lbs. this trampoline is perfect, it provides just enough bounce to make it fun, but not so much that she's in danger of springing into nearby walls. my daughter usually holds onto the rail, but on the occasions that she lets go i'm not worried about her either.

while this is a great toy, this toy has an 80lb weight limit, so when my 60lb twin 7yos fight for a turn i worry the fabric might rip right out. just something to keep in mind for people who have more than one child, or older kids.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Jim Angermeier Jr on March 2, 2013
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This is our second one (which we will be returning for a full refund) which our 35 lb. 2 year old has had break on him. The welds at all the joints are done so poorly that they snap with any bit of pressure. The first was the leg welds broke on the back, and our newest has just snapped today in the handle welds. Luckly he did not get hurt!!! Do not buy this!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By J. Price on February 26, 2013
My 5-year old daughter received this item for Christmas of this year. Item was easy to assemble with just wrapping the bungee cord over the frame and securing it with clips. The product is fine for small children. But over 30lb kids seem to make it tip up and this eventually caused one of the legs to bend and break off on our unit. (After 2 months of daily use)
I will be seeking a more stable replacement and not repurchasing this particular brand. The concept is great and the kids have fun with it. It's just not stable enough.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Conspicuous Consumer TOP 1000 REVIEWER on November 27, 2012
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I do not recommend the Alex Little Jumper Trampoline unless space is an issue. For $23 less you can purchase the significantly larger and more stable Bazoongi 48" Trampoline Bouncer with Easy Hold Handle Bar - Sunshine Yellow. Special Exclusive Limited Edition.

The instructions are worthless. For example, one part states to "attach the bungee cord to the cord lock by pulling the knotted end of the cord tight". Can I just start by saying "What?" Well there is no knotted end, so you have to create it, though it doesn't really tell you how to do that. Then you have the issue of only three helpful images for the entire manual. And I probably need to start by saying I like to consider myself rather capable when it comes to assembling items and frames of structures having helped my father build our homes and additions. The instructions also do not elaborate where the knotted end should go in reference to the trampoline itself. You can figure out where it needs to go in the medal cord lock, but not on the trampoline itself. The only picture shows half of the trampoline having the cord wrapped around it so you are left wondering what the starting point looks like.

I hazarded a guess and just went with it at that point. Once I wrapped everything around and made sure that I pulled the cord tight several times I then tied it off. The instructions are then once again really vague; therefore I knotted the last end of the cord by itself and pulled it through the medal fastener. I then proceeded to knot the last end of the cord that I had just wrapped around with the beginning part of the cord to ensure an additional sense of security.
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