Bazoongi 48" Bouncer in Red - Special Exclusive Limited Edition
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- Great first trampoline for younger children
- Features 6 legs for added stability
- Perfect for indoor or outdoor play
- Padded removable handle adjusts easily to two different heights
- Comes with real galvanized springs
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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Assembling the frame
In the box you will find six legs with black feet and six curved metal tubes. The two ends of each tube are of different sizes. For each tube, insert the larger end all the way into a leg, making sure that the five holes in the tube are up and the black foot is down. You may need to force the end in. Two of the legs have a ring attached: insert the curved tube so that the ring is on the outside of the curve.
Next, connect all the curved tubes and legs together, making sure the two legs with rings are adjacent to each other. You may need to squeeze the ring a little to get it to close.
Attaching the jumping surface
Suspend the jumping surface within the ring using the 30 enclosed springs. The stitching on the jumping surface should face down. Attach the more closed hook of the spring to the V-ring on the jumping surface and the more opened hook to the hole in the frame. It is easiest to attach pairs of opposing springs in 90-degree intervals, like cutting a pizza. Use the included tool to stretch spring and be careful not to let a spring slip and injure you.
Now check that the ends of the curved tubes are fully inserted into the legs.
Attaching the pad
Lay the pad out upside down. Place the trampoline upside down on the pad, with the two ringed legs positioned over the corresponding holes in the pad. Along the outer edge of the pad there are 12 black plastic hooks on elastic straps, and along the inner edge of the pad there are 6 elastic straps with two free ends.Read more ›
I thought that this would be a slightly larger version of a standard exercise tramp.
But I was wrong!!!
This trampoline is just as bouncy as an outdoor version.
It's a decent size and the handle is very sturdy.
We keep this in the corner of our living room and throughout the day I see my twin 6 year olds jumping on it!
Its GREAT for that extra energy that needs to be burned off.
We use it often to get rid of that last bit of energy before bedtime.
Great and bouncy!!!!!!
One year later and this is still going strong!! My twins 7 year olds use it almost every day.
I often use it as an energy burner between homeschool lessons.
The foam cover the handle did tear pretty quickly ..... but it was to be expected ..... it happens on every toy that has the foam.
We just used colorful duct tape that matched and it hasn't been a problem since.
This is one of the best purchases I have made.
Well worth the money and it's still in PERFECT shape despite DAILY USE!
We did find 1 problem with it. If kids are jumping and holding on to the handle, the base can tip up on the opposite end. To avoid any major injuries we put it against a wall with the handle side facing the wall. So anytime the base tips up the handle hits the wall to prevent tipping over all the way. But if you don't have the wall space I suppose you could attach some sandbags or something heavy to the legs of the tramp.
We love this and would recommend it to a friend.
Additionally, The instructions were terrible. For example, the frame has holes for the springs to hook in to - except nowhere in the instructions does it say whether the holes should be on the top or the bottom of the frame. Also, the pictures are not remotely helpful.
The item came in unsealed packaging, so it's possible this was returned previously by a similarly unhappy customer and shipped back out.
In the end, my title says it all - this trampoline is absolute garbage: terrible and incomplete instructions to pieces that don't fit together properly. I am returning this as soon as I can.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Arrived on time and as described. This trampoline is supplying many hours of fun for our autistic granddaughter.Published 11 days ago by Joyce
Parts don't fit well, you have to really force to get the main frame to come together. Then trying to get the handle bar attached is another act of brute force. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Taylor M
No good springs I only had it for is going to be 3 month and my son is only 90 pound and springs already snapped in two ends and is indoor and gently usePublished 20 days ago by rosaura
Great product.. my son loves it, sturdy and holds up to his 65lb of weight..Published 1 month ago by M Heitert
This trampoline was put to good use by my son who has sensory issues and is also very active. However, it is very big and takes up a lot of space. Read morePublished 2 months ago by 1st time mom
Handle cover is cheaply made. It was teared before when opened. It fully came out in couple of days. It doesn't look good without it. Planning to return itPublished 2 months ago by Shaveta
This trampoline did not last more than a few weeks before it broke. The legs started turning inwards and the foam on the handle broke off. Within 6 months, 3 springs broke. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kris
It bounce great. However, the foam on the handle is too soft and it is not safe for little children. I had to remove it the day I received the bouncer.Published 2 months ago by Yaffa Bibi
We are really happy with the product, our 3 and 6 year old children use it every day!Published 3 months ago by Matt F