AirZone Mini Band Fitness Trampoline
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- Safe elastic band technology replaces conventional metal springs
- Woven polypropylene jump mat is the same material used on full-size trampolines
- Padded skirt covers the elastic bands and outer edge of frame
- Excellent for cardio fitness while being a low impact exercise designed to be easy on the joints
- Simple, rugged design with proven band technology for years of safe use
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UPDATE 9-09: My son is now 10 and I have a 5 yr-old daughter. This trampoline has lasted through tons of use. We continue to find fun things to do with it. We have used it on the end of a dock to jump into water. It has been part of 'obstacle' courses. It is great for exercise and balance. The only thing that has given a little is the blue outer ring. Not a big issue but with multiple children using it for over 6 years, there are some tears to the vinyl. Nothing a little duct tape won't fix! The trampoline base has no signs or wear or deterioration and the legs are solid and straight.
I bought this for my "just-turned" four-year-old son who, like most boys, loves to jump on the sofa, the bed and anything that looks a little bouncy.
It was easy to set up (it says you need three adults but my husband and I did it easily). It appears well crafted and durable -- time will tell.
The directions say that it is good for up to 200 lbs.
My 37 lb son had a lot of fun jumping right away, although he did not jump as high as one thinks of with a trampoline. But for a small, indoor trampoline, I don't think you want your children flying too high. I also think that as his weight and ability increase, he will get more bounce out of it.
My biggest reasons for buying it are the safety (no springs, padded edge) and the size. I can easily remove the feet and slip it under a bed.Read more ›
This is my second mini-trampoline. The first one used springs instead of the elastic bands. The spring design sucked. I trained for a marathon and put many hours on it. I decided it was unsafe to use after the 4th spring broke (from fatigue or friction - probably a combination of both). I bought replacement springs and discovered one needs a special tool or superhuman strength to put them on.
That's when I discovered the design was changed to incorporate bands, replacing the springs. Much better. I happily purchased the newly designed unit for which this review is written. I have put many many hours on this new "band" unit and so far no problems.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This item requires three people to assemble it according to the instructions. The rail system felt cheap and it was impossible for two of us to complete the assembly. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Dave M.
Once put together, the trampoline and ring feel sturdy. I put it together by myself by placing it face down on a tile surface. Read morePublished 6 days ago by P. Evans
No issues other than assembling it (just a little hard- helps if you have 2 people). My daughter loves it.Published 7 days ago by Johnny and Jane Cena
The screws don't seem to keep it in place...I now have a semi folded trampoline that won't lay flat on the floor. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Bonnie
My pre-teen daughter decided on this with her Christmas GC and it's been super fun. She loves it: puts her music on and jumps away. Um... Read morePublished 9 days ago by KT
Hard to bounce on this. My 4 year old loves to bounce but not on this. She doesn't get any air.Published 12 days ago by Lauren L.
I am a 70 year old woman...and, after my husband said he'll put it together after lunch...I decided to give it a try, and did it all by myself! No sweat! Read morePublished 14 days ago by D. Stockdale
We got this trampoline for our young kids for Christmas and it has been a huge hit! It is a good quality and a perfect size for indoor use.Published 17 days ago by Chelsea