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Bounce-Rite Big Bounce 14 Foot Trampoline with enclosure

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  • Long 8 1/2 inch x 1 inch galv steel springs
  • A strong trampoline mat with 9-10 rows of reinforced edge stitching
  • Easy Assembly
  • Enclosure meets ASTM 225-08 Recommended 72 inch enclosure height.
  • Galvanized steel frame
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Product Description

There's a reason we call the trampoline the BIG BOUNCE 14. The eighty 8 1/2 inch extra long galvanized steel springs along with its flexible trampoline mat delivers a BIG BOUNCE not found in most trampolines. With a 17 gauge galvanized steel frame and welded T connection tubes, the frame resists tipping over, jumping up and twisting during use. We made the frame so the mat is 37 inches off the ground, giving jumpers more ground clearance for the bigger bounces. Our strong trampoline mat, made of UV resistant polypropylene with 9-10 rows of reinforced edge stitching, is not only flexible but very durable. The extra long springs keep jumpers safe by allowing for a soft landing. Our trampoline's enclosure's netting meets the ASTM F 225-08 recommended safety height of 72 inches. Boasting sturdy 18 gauge galvanized steel enclosure poles protected by soft foam padding, our enclosures keep bouncers safe from impact. We have included both a zipper & safety snap clips on the enclosure entrance. The net is safely secured to the "D" rings of the trampoline mat. This helps prevent the jumpers from coming into contact with the trampoline frame and springs or falling off the trampoline. Safety is our priority for both those on & off the trampoline! The Big Bounce 14 foot combo is easy to assemble. Besides the spring loading tool that is included with the trampoline, no other tools are required for assembly of the trampoline or enclosure, but you will need a ladder for the enclosure. The poles simply insert into the T connection tubes of the trampoline frame. Throw on top a warranty, including 1 year on the frame, and Bounce-Rite's value is UNBEATABLE! Maximum user weight limitation is 220 pounds.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 192 pounds
  • ASIN: B002LYTTUU
  • Item model number: BB14ST
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #994,239 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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37 of 37 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on March 10, 2010
We got this about a week ago and even though the weather has not been very warm outside yet our four girls are on it every day. This is our families' first trampoline and I have to say that it's a pretty good one to start out with if you have little kids. I got the biggest one I could find because I wanted them to have plenty of room to bounce around without knocking heads. I know its best if only one at a time jumps but, come on, what's the fun in that? With the side netting and plenty of room to bounce around it's relatively safe.

I'm a big guy and pretty mechanically minded and I've put trampolines together before for my sister but it's really easy to do. It only took me a little more than an hour to do put this together by myself. I wanted to surprise the kids when they got back from school. Here are some tips:

WEAR GLOVES! There are a lot of pinch points you can get your hands really hurt on and the metal bars are really dirty. They've got some kind of metal grindings and oil all over them and if that gets into a cut you can forget about that ever healing up.

When putting the black bouncing pad on the frame only install 1 out of every 4 or 6 springs the first time around depending on how strong you are, and then slowly add more as you go around. So put one on and skip 3 to 5 spots than put another one on and do this all the way around first. This way you are not having the world's hardest tug of war with 50 springs as you go around to the other side. It does come with a hook tool for putting the springs on but if you do this than you really don't need to use it.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Not Happy in Texas on December 17, 2011
I bought the 14' for my 9 year old 45# daughter 2 years ago. Withing 6 months the enclosure was coming off, the pad would not stay on and is rotted and falling apart and at 18 months the mat stitching is coming apart causing springs to fall off rendering the trampoline unusable. When I called in they simply stated that their performance was superior to others BUT for the price I paid I should not expect it to last as long as more expensive brands. Come on...18 months! They also said we must have exceeded the weight limit. WRONG!!! I should have spent more and bought one that would at least last more than a year. They could not even sell me a new mat! Now they won't even answer my emails. I am going to have to have one custom made because no one has one that exact size with the correct number of rings. It is going to cost me more to replace the broken parts than I originally paid. I guess we all know we get what we pay for.
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5 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Michael Raasch on February 8, 2010
Unfortunately we haven't been able to use this trampoline yet because of the weather....can't wait til spring! But I will say that the customer service for the trampoline has been great. It did take three attempts to get the trampoline here in one piece but Bounce Rite was way ahead of the game. Before I even knew that the first one had been damaged by Fed Ex they had already sent me a second one. When the second one was returned by Fed Ex because of damage in shipment two days before Christmas, Bounce Rite sent me a third trampoline shipped express air so that it would have a chance to arrive before Christmas. It did and my son got the gift that he wanted for Christmas. The trampoline arrived no worse for wear even though the boxes had seen better days. From my inspection of the components everything looks to be very well constructed and I can only hope that the performance of the product comes close to matching the performance of the company's customer service. If I can I will update this when we get everything set up.
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9 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Experienced Hell on June 14, 2010
Trampolines should be taken off the market

Trampoline manufacturers know their product is being used by most customers in an unsafe manner. Two weeks ago to this day an adult member of my family found out the hard way how dangerous this product, one that lurks in every wholesale club around the nation, can be. He almost lost his life. It will never be the same.

A 'face plant' fall resulted from re-bounce on the trampoline and he suffered a Central Cord Syndrome injury. Google that one and find out what he and I and the rest of our family, including his wife and children now know: Dad will never be the same and may never walk nor use his hands again. His C5 has been removed, a result of the accident, but while that surgery hit an artery and almost killed him outright, the herniated disk removal did not change the health of his spinal cord.

It all happened innocently. Children around the neighborhood can be seen jumping on trampolines. Three, four, five kids. They play a game called "popcorn" where all jump to bound a sitting child, seated in the center, into the air. A drive through the neighborhood made two things clear: 1) There are a growing number of trampolines, no doubt due to aggressive marketing; 2) Multiple children jump on them.

Yes, there are apparently fine print safety instructions worded just right... as in just right to keep the manufacturers away from liability in lawsuits. No, there is no system to keep more than one person off of a trampoline. Yes, my contention is that manufacturers are aware that their product is used customarily in an unsafe manner.

My family now has a handicapped person. A family man, he just lost his livelihood as a mechanic.
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