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Bazoongi 48" Bouncer Trampoline with Handle Bar

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  • 3.5" Galvanized Springs (30)
  • Easy to Assemble Toprail System
  • Adjustable Handle
  • Oversized Frame Pad
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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 19 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 21 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0015INF3K
  • Item model number: 19401
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 4 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,016 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (232 customer reviews)
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Product Description

The Bazoongi 48" Bouncer is a great first bouncer for younger children.

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Customer Reviews

It was easy to put together.
H. Backus
It's big enough to allow the kids adequate jumping space and yet small enough to fit in our not-so-large living room.
New Jersey Mom
I just ordered this for my 2 year old son, and he loves it.
RoccosMom

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412 of 414 people found the following review helpful By New Jersey Mom on December 29, 2008
I have two high-energy kids - a 5 year old boy and a 3 year old girl - so I'd been searching for an indoor trampoline that would allow them to have fun while safely expending some of that amazing kid-energy during the winter. :-)

We researched a lot of trampolines and ended up getting them the Bazoongi 48" Bouncer trampoline for Christmas. It's been a huge hit.

Here are the pros and cons we've experienced so far.

PROS

- As shown in the item image, the blue outer ring completely covers the springs. (This is a big deal when you have little kids as you don't want them to get a foot caught between two of those.) My understanding from reading reviews of other trampolines is that many are not built in a way that fully covers these pieces.

- The Bazoongi Bouncer has six legs which I suspect makes it more sturdy than models that have only four.

- For us, 48" is the perfect size for an indoor trampoline. It's big enough to allow the kids adequate jumping space and yet small enough to fit in our not-so-large living room.

- The bar that is attached to the trampoline for support is fully padded - there are no sharp or metal parts exposed. It's also seems to be a great height for both our kids to hold onto.

- The trampoline allows for good jumping. (It has a nice "bounce", which is obviously very important from a fun-factor perspective.)

CONS

- The weight limit is 80 pounds, so my husband and I can't jump on it (which is a shame as it looks like a lot of fun.) :-)

- Even with the extra two legs, my son (who is around 50 lbs) sometimes seem to wobble it a little when he leans on the support bar too heavily. This is probably our biggest issue with the trampoline, as it makes me a little uneasy.
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112 of 114 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 14, 2009
I usually wait longer to write a review, but this trampoline was such a hit with my son that I had to share the experience faster than usual... My mom got this trampoline as a gift for my 22 month old son. She thought that it would be a good way for him to burn some energy during the winter. Well, it works very well. He bounces, jumps, sits, uses it to jump to the couch, he even wants to nap on it. It is a very fun 'toy.' So, in case you are wondering if your kids will use it, trust me they will.
Before my mom bought this trampoline I had several concerns, especially regarding safety. I thought that the handle bar was only on the side and that my son's arms would not reach it, or that if he reached the handle his feet would not be on the mat, but on the blue cover of the metal springs. My son is close to 3 feet -about 34 inches- and he reaches the handle bar perfectly and his feet stay safely in the mat and away from the spring cover. He still has about two inches from his feet to the spring cover. So the trampoline can easily be used by toddlers. My last safety concern was about the sturdiness of the trampoline and if my son could tip it over if he jumped hard enough while holding on to the bar. To test this I have bounced on it myself. I am 130 pounds and I have jumped on it really hard while holding on to the safety bar. If I jump really hard it buckles, but it does not tip over completely. My son has jumped hard on it while holding on and so far the trampoline has not moved at all. He is 30 pounds so I figure he will not make it tip over for a while, and when he is older the handle will not be necessary. So I think it is pretty safe and sturdy for a toddler.
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128 of 136 people found the following review helpful By Lukeysmommy on June 11, 2008
My son is 3 and has Autism along with some sensory issues. This is a fantastic way for him to get sensory input! It has 6 legs, which makes it very stable (as opposed to the square, 4-legged models) and the springs give it great bouncing potential (as opposed to the models that use bungee cords). The weight limit is 100 pounds so I know he will get a lot of use out of it! The handle is great, although my son doesn't use it since his arms are short and when he holds the handle he can't bounce in the middle. Each child is different, so use your judgment on this...the handle can be removed if you feel this works for your child. Either way, adult supervision is a must. Overall, we are extremely happy with this purchase.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By J. Zimmerman on November 10, 2008
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My son has Autism Spectrum disorder, and we had been looking at various trampolines, and we found this was a great fit for us. It is a bit larger than most, but what we've found over the past few days is that it is an advantage.

If the trampoline was smaller, when he falls on his butt, he'd actually fall off the trampoline head over heels -the extra 10-15 inches makes a big difference, as he just falls down on the padding & gets back up.

It was easy to put together, about 10-15 minutes, the only tool I needed was my rubber mallet, which made putting the frame together a bit easier. I can see why some people might have troubles, as some pieces fit very snug, but the mallet helped to coax the last 1/2 inch in a few places :-)

Very sturdy, I love the 6 legs, and my son has already spent hours bouncing on it - great deal!

Update (21 Jan 09):
We were at a friend's house & they had a smaller bouncer, brand name 'galt' or nursery bouncer, and what a difference it was. Our son went over to it, and he almost folded the legs and flipped over the bar. I didn't realize how lucky we were with this larger bouncer, but the smaller ones are actually a bit dangerous. This bouncer is so much more sturdy - my wife & him bounce on it together (~150 lbs combined - and yes I know it is supposed to be only for 100 lbs or less - but my point is how durable it is) and no problem. On the smaller one, it just stretches til your feet hit the floor. Definitely validated my decision to go with this one, even though it was more expensive.
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