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Diggin JumpSmart Trampoline
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- Jumpstart Electronic Trampoline is a triangle shaped trampoline that teaches as kids bounce.
- Use indoors or outdoors.
- Two handles, similar to a bike or trike and brightly colored bumper pads.
- Features a five-in-one multi-game sound system that makes learning fun: Bounce Counting, Musical Statues, Silly Sounds, Animal Sounds and Memory Match.
- Requires 3 "AA" batteries not included. Ages 3+.
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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However, I wish it had the ability to fold up or be more easily stored. It's rather big, and awkwardly shaped, but we keep it in the basement and that works for us.
As for a tip to the manufacturer - please consider redesigning this just enough to be able to ship the product with the mat and bungee cord attached already. It's a huge barrier to enjoying this product completely (for parents). I don't think I will ever look at this thing without remembering how irritating it was to assemble.
I'm warning you...do NOT purchase this in a rush...you won't get it put together in time! But once you do, the kids will freak for it.
Assembly advice: Don't lock down any bolts until it is all assembled. You will be redoing some assembly as you figure it out along the way. After reading the reviews on Amazon, I laid out the bungie cord and measured it without stretching the elastic. I think it was something like 13 feet. I made marks with a sharpie at 1/3 and 2/3 the length which I recall was 4 feet 4 inches and 8 feet 8 inches. After we got the bungie entirely threaded, I found the marks and knew I had to work those to be at two of the corners of the trampoline. This helped as there was no guessing as how to center the mat of the trampoline in the frame.
I used 13 long zip ties and it did the trick. I used 3 for each corner, zip tying each of the two corner holes to the side closest to them, and then zip tying their zip ties to the center leg pole just below the screw (which kept the zip tie from sliding up). This kept the corners flat and easy to work with. I used 3 more zip tying the center on each side and the last one I used to zip tie the beginning of the bungee to the "start" leg (below the screw so it doesn't go anywhere) so I could get tension on it. Then I started weaving the bungee. The key to the bungee is to get it really tight to begin with. Otherwise you have to keep going back and making it tighter, which is harder to do once it is weaved. (It would have been nice if someone had been there to hold the frame. . . I had to use my foot to keep the frame from moving while I was pulling on the bungee) Clasping the two ends of bungee together was the hardest thing about the process, but with a little elbow grease, it can be done!Read more ›
If I were rating this toy strictly on the ease of putting it together and the tracker piece it would only get one - maybe two - stars. And the sad thing is, I'm sure the company would be more than willing to replace the piece that has never worked but I don't want to take it apart to make the exchange just to get a new one and have to put it back together again. :(
So, to summarize: It's not very easy to put together, and I don't have much confidence in the tracker part since ours hasn't worked from day one BUT... the kids will LOVE it and while it would be better if all the bells and whistles actually worked, it doesn't detract from the entertainment factor.
Would I recommend this product to others? ABSOLUTELY - but you may want to have a drink or two in you before attempting to put it together, just to calm your nerves first ;)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My 18 month old gets tons of fun on this. Weight limit is 100 lbs and his older brothers love it too. It is VERY tough to put together but well worth the struggle. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Dvynesole
A BIG HIT!!! My two year old granddaughter LOVED it. I love that it has the handle bars so she can jump safely.Published 12 days ago by lureneh
So stinking hard to put together! You'll need a bottle of wine when you're through.Published 12 days ago by Krino
A little tough to put together at first :) but one we got it my son who is 2 loves the music and jumping! It even holds my 6 year old who is about 69 lbs if for allPublished 17 days ago by Jenni Reichert
Sturdy and great item for my kid (4yo). The assembly required two people.Published 17 days ago by Amazon Customer
Setting this thing up sucked. However, my daughter LOVES this! Totally worth it if u want to put some extra time into putting this together correctly.Published 18 days ago by svw193