Intex Jump-O-Lene Inflatable Bouncer, 80" x 27", for Ages 3-6, Colors May Vary
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- Made of heavy duty vinyl for extra durability
- Can be used indoor or outdoor
- Doubles as a jump pit or ball pit
- Provides great exercise while having fun
- Colors May Vary
- Built-in ledge for sitting or playing
- Heavy duty construction
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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My one complaint, however, is that I agree with the reviewer who said it is not as durable as the product description claims. We had ours inside for less than a month before it had a hole in the upper ring. Within another month, 6 of the 7 chambers had holes, only two of which I could find (and even after repairing them with the included repair kit, they still deflated). I have gone over every centimeter of this toy looking for the leaks, and I'm coming up with nothing. It's probably a good idea to have an electric air pump on hand to do rapid refills as needed.
My kids have loved this toy so much that we will likely get a new Jumpolene soon, despite the trouble we've had with this one.
Let's start with "1.75-foot safety retainer wall has drain holes to prevent water from accumulating when used outside"
OK, firstly, one of the three retaining wall rings burst after two days, so my retaining wall is now 1.155ft, and my son keeps falling out.
Secondly, mine has no drain holes. I checked the bottom of the jumpolene before I let the kids use it, because it was obvious that any rainfall would get trapped unless the drain holes were oriented at the lowest point. No holes. Whatever. The weather forecast was good so it went outside.
The next morning it had about 2 inches of rainwater in it. I tried to tip it up, and it was about the weight of a Buick. Close inspection revealed that there are two small airflow holes between the curved bounce cushion and the spiral support chamber underneath that. These presumably allow air to flow between the cushions. They also allow water in, and there is now about 400 pounds of water trapped INSIDE my jumpolene.
We managed to manouver it into a position where the water could begin to drain back into the main ring so we could bail it out with a bucket. Obviously if there really were drain holes this wouldn't be necessary. Does mine have a manufacturing flaw, or is this a bad product description?
I spoke with an Intex customer service rep who didn't actually know what the product was - I could hear her leafing through paperwork and telling me they didn't sell trampolines. She went on hold to talk with a supervisor who suggested leaving it in the sun to evaporate the water. Nice answer! The supervisor promised to call me back in a few minutes.....Read more ›
Particularly in the seams and valves failing early and often. It isn't that the vinyl is easily punctured. The sealed seams between each section just fail! We've never had any of their inflatable pools or toys last more than one season ( a summer, for example, on a Intex pool) or less. You need to weigh the price versus the longevity of use. They do make a lot of different variations of inexpensive to moderately priced inflatable items that are fun for kids, and no other manufacturer I've found matches that. They also seem to send replacements fairly easily in honor of their warranty. I wouldn't hesitate to contact them even to the point of several replacements to cover the warranty period if that's what it takes to get true value out of their product. We also have a portable compressor on hand to refill the air compartments easily.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We ordered the Jump o Lene that we were expecting to look like the picture but got a yellow and blue one instead.Published 17 days ago by Dominica
it deflated after a few week and the included patches did not seal up the holes. man did they love it before it popped!Published 1 month ago by Sasha
This ball pit got its first hole three weeks into buying it! Patched it up and it has just keeps getting more holes! Tried to contact the seller and they were no help! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Elizabeth Lara
My toddler enjoyed playing with this. I put a bunch balls in it and made it a ball pit. The issue is the edges get stuff stuck alotPublished 2 months ago by Dr. Mama
Got this as an xmas gift for the godson who loved it! Two kids under 6 can easily jump togetherPublished 2 months ago by Cami