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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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Fitness and fun combined on the Variflex 38" Fitness Band Trampoline. Simple, rugged design with proven band technology for years of safe use. The safe elastic band technology replaces noisy metal springs and makes assembly even easier. Durable woven polypropylene jump mat with padded cover over the elastic bands and outer frame. The steel frame is designed with removable legs that unscrew without tools for easy storage. Excellent for cardio fitness while being a low impact exercise designed to be easy on the joint's. It's fun for all ages and supports users up to 200 pounds.
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I'm putting PROS and CONS together since the CONS aren't really that bad and there's only one of them. The fit and finish of the trampoline is very good. The protective pad looks and feels cheap but honestly, I think the trampoline would be just about as safe without it anyway. Those bands look a lot more safe than springs. The origami wrench was.. wretched.
If you are on the fence about getting it, go ahead. It gets my seal of approval. "Arf arf arf" (how would you spell the sound a seal makes anyway?)
That said, you aren't going to jump very high on this. Instead of springs or bungees it has these pseudo-stretchy fabric bands that seem very strong and durable, but they don't give much and provide a very firm bounce, not a high bounce or a very springy bounce. This can be stressful on the joints and is also not as much fun. It's sturdy and not going to fall apart, but if you buy it for fitness you will probably be disappointed.
On a side note, I didn't have any trouble putting it together. My husband and I put it together in about fifteen minutes. He stood on the frame while I pried it open and bolted it in place.