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Propel - 15' Trampoline w/ Enclosure

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  • 108 Springs instead of 96 giving more bounce!
  • T-Bracket technology.
  • Stay put safety enclosure!
  • Impact Absorbent Response System
  • FREE High Wind Anchor Kit

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Product Description

Safety Enclosure, Galvanized Frame, Galvanized Springs

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 175 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004X37WDS
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #598,473 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Do not buy this go for a different manufacturer.
guitargirlut
One of the braces had one of it's ends crumpled together so it wouldn't fit inside the bracket where it was supposed to connect to.
Alexis D'Angelo
After owning for only 2 months and being used by a 70-or-so pound child, one of the enclosure poles broke.
CPA

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79 of 81 people found the following review helpful By CPA on September 2, 2011
Be extremely forewarned if you plan to buy. After owning for only 2 months and being used by a 70-or-so pound child, one of the enclosure poles broke. I've spent the last 3 weeks fighting with Spencer and Jared at the manufacturer (Propel Trampolines) over a warrantee-based replacement of the pole. The trampoline and enclosure are sold as a set and the owner's manual cites the product is rated for up to 300 lbs. They refuse to replace the broken pole. They are literally citing, and I exactly quote, "it takes a lot of force to break one of those enclosure posts, for example kids hanging on the post will definitely break it." "It is designed to catch and protect children from falling off the trampoline not support their leverage from hanging on the poles". Really, he can tell from the picture I had to send that without a doubt it was caused by an act of hanging on the pole and absolutely not a chance a fraction of a percent of their product sold could actually have a small fault/defect/malfunction/issue or what ever you want to call it in design or manufacture. Mind you also, I have no idea how anyone could hang on the pole let alone a little child. What I mean is when on the trampoline the enclosure net is between the child and the pole. Again, this product is sold with a 300 pound rating yet it is defeated like a thin toothpick by a 70-or-so pound child? If this is the case the product is a huge safety risk. I highly encourage you to avoid this product in the safety interest of those you love (and there really is no warrantee in practice)!
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By jules on July 16, 2013
We bought this trampoline after a lengthy time reading reviews of many different trampolines. I decided on this one because we live in a windy area and all the tramps with the enclosures such as bounce pro that have the safety poles connected had reviews about when one pole snaps, they all do. Replacement poles for the enclosure are only $9 and if one were to snap, I'm not spending $70+ to replace poles that connect together. My husband and I put it together in 1 hour 45 mins which wasn't too bad. It has great bounce and my 2 kids, both under 6 yrs old and myself can jump together and get great bounce. We've only had for about a month but will edit my review if anything breaks down, etc...within time. We did purchase this on sale for $249 which was GREAT!
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28 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on May 29, 2012
We bought this trampoline because of the size. Instantly the red mat around the edge faded to pink than withe and within two years fell apart. I have owned this tramp for 6 years and take it down every winter. My 70lb daughter and her friend were jumping on the tramp when the black mat broke and she went straight to the ground. I do not have any missing springs and there were no signs of the tramp breaking. I thought tramps were supposed to last with all the proper care.
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27 of 30 people found the following review helpful By guitargirlut on July 1, 2012
I bought this 2 years ago. Its been stored in its boxes until 2 weeks ago. We put it up and now the red mat is pink and ripping around enclosure poles. Do not buy this go for a different manufacturer. I do not believe these tramps are safe they feel flimsy compared to others in the price range. Walmarts 200 dollar tramp is better quality. These trampolines need to be recalled. I am reporting them to Consumer Safety.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Laroo on June 6, 2013
This is our 3rd trampoline, ours have always worn out every 2 or 3 years (outside in Los Angeles year round - the pads fade and start falling apart in 18 to 24 months - even the really "top quality" one we purchased from a trampoline manufacturer, the netting starts to rip after 2 years, and zipper / door needs jerry-rigging within about a year). By year 3, no longer safe and time for a new one. But at under $300 (wait for the sale - I picked this one up for $299 at Big 5), I beleive I get a lot more value than the $900 to $1,800 versions (plus or minus the tear apart and setup) which have the same issues with pad and door failure. The Propel 15' is the best quality we have had so far. Yes, the instructions were TERRIBLE, my 13 year old 125lb son and his friend had to do most steps 3 times before they got it right - but 5 hours later - wow - great bounce, sturdy and the extra size is very nice now that my kids are older (10 and 13). Honestly, I am very handy and even I concluded the instructions were far, far from being precise or even clear. Suggestions: Read the instructions, twice, before starting; the triangle bars on the bounce mat should go through the slits (which need to be cut open) in the enclosure, with the loose end of the enclosure wrapping under the trampoline (this way the springs are not pulling on the enclosure - I read some reviews indicating the enclosures tore after setup - I think this was the issue). At least that is my interpretation. I think this will last 3 years, we certainly get our $100 per year of value, and find some sun protection spary (armour-all) helps the pad last a bit longer. The zipper door is the best we have ever had, and the overall design is very solid (previously we have had a WalMart version & Sports Authority version). I will try to update this after a few months of use - but first use - 5 star, minus one for terrible instructions.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Brad Minor on April 6, 2014
I did a lot of research before buying my daughter a trampoline. What I have found is that there are plenty of negative reviews for all the brands. I am reviewing here on Amazon because there seems to be more negative reviews here than at the other retailer sites. I chose this trampoline because it was the only one rated for 300lbs. All other brands available at local stores are rated at 200lbs. There are some reviewers that seem to be unaware that all these trampolines are made in China regardless of the brand. The assembly was relatively straight forward and went pretty quickly. There was no tool for installing the springs with this trampoline, but I just used another spring to aid in the installation. I also like that the safety netting is installed with bungee cords to the uprights. The framing seems to be quite sturdy and fit together very well. I have had people on it from 35 to 215 pounds. It handled everyone quite well. I can't give a $300 trampoline five stars no matter how impressed I am with it. If you want a higher quality trampoline, you are going to pay for it. Overall I would say this was a good buy for the money. The whole family is enjoying it.
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