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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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This bouncy trampoline teaches as kids bounce! Kids will delight in jumping along to fun learning games and silly songs. This electronic mini trampoline is perfect for keeping kids active indoors. Features a five-in-one multi-game sound system that makes learning fun: Bounce Counting, Musical Statues, Silly Sounds, Animal Sounds and Memory Match. Ages 3+. Requires 3 "AA" batteries (not included).
From the Manufacturer
The JumpSmart Trampoline is the perfect indoor excerciser for children. It's triangular shape makes it so easy to store, and it has a split handle for extra support. Weight limit is 80 lbs. Bright colored bumper pads wipe clean easily. Dimensions are 37.75" x 42.75" x 35.50". May be used indoors or out, though not meant to be left outdoors overnight.
Top customer reviews
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.
This was more confusing than chinese arithmetic, and honestly it never did look like the picture does. The sound thing was hard to figure out, and within less than a month the stretchy stuff started to fray really bad. The directions are SO confusing-and I'm not a simpleton by any means. I hard originally tried to order the enclosed trampoline, but it was on back-order for a month, so I settled for this.
This trampoline is also extremely awkward, so be prepared for that-especially if you have to move it into another room. I do like the handlebar feature on this, but that was all I really cared for on this trampoline. Would not purchase again-I probably will even get rid of it fairly soon.