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JumpSport Fitness Trampoline Model 550F PRO — Extra Large Jumping Surface — Most Stable, No-Wobble Folding Rebounder — Top Rated for Quality and Durability — Quietest Bounce — 4 Music Workout Videos Included
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- 36 Patented EnduroLast-4 cords rated best bounce; club tested for millions of smooth bounces
- Patented easy-to-adjust bounce tension for individual weight and performance needs; Fast assembly
- Patented No-Tip arched legs provide unmatched stability and safety on our largest frame (44-inch)
- Patented padded petals cover cords for added safety w/ large frame provide 51% more exercise space
- Patented Steel Reinforced Hinge with lock for no-wobble stability and easy folding and storage USA based, family-owned: our industry leading products are entirely designed & engineered in USA
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|JumpSport Fitness Trampoline Model 550f PRO||JumpSport Fitness Trampoline Model 230f||JumpSport Fitness Trampoline Model 250||JumpSport Fitness Trampoline Model 350f||JumpSport Fitness Trampoline Model 570 PRO|
|Frame Diameter||44 inches||39 inches||39 inches||39 inches||44 inches|
|Exercise Surface Area (Sq in)||1164||882||1030||882||1334|
|Jump Area Relative to M550f Pro||Equal||-24% Smaller||-12% Smaller||-24% Smaller||+15% Larger|
|Number of Cords||36||30||30||30||36|
|Adjustable Firmness Settings||7||1||1||3||7|
|Cord Diameter||9 mm||8 mm||8 mm||8 mm||9 mm|
|Weight Limit||300 lbs||250 lbs||250 lbs||250 lbs||300 lbs|
The choice of professional fitness instructors and gyms across the world for higher intensity workouts. Almost fully assembled! Be bouncing in minutes of opening the box. Just attach the easy-on legs and go. Loaded with innovative patents, the 500 series comes with our 44-inch, largest frame, providing more space to safely move during exercise, and has 20% more and thicker, premium cords than the more common smaller sized rebounders. Built extra tough for the rigors of group fitness and personal training, as seen in gyms everywhere. You get 36 of our strongest (9mm) EnduroLast cords cycle-tested to millions of bounces, 3× to 6× longer life than all competitive products. Silence is golden with our no squeaks ultra-quiet bounce.
Also includes the No-Tip arched leg design — letting you jump safely and with confidence. Comes with the added comfort and protection of cord-covering overlapping padded petals. Our innovative folding frame comes with our patented Hinge which locks tight and strong for a no-wobble jumping experience; but still allows easy storage and transport. Frame is sealed and protected with a tough, durable 3-coat Charcoal Gold, low-friction finish for lasting durability. The virtually silent bounce allows you to use this anytime, day or night. Maximum user weight rating of 300 pounds.
JumpSport is a small, USA, family-owned, 20-year-old business. Our founder, Mark Publicover, is the inventor of the trampoline safety enclosure that protects millions of bouncing kids around the world every day. JumpSport is the industry-leading innovator in trampolines. Feel good about buying the highest quality products available.
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Decision Making Process
*Cost (best value)
*Materials (Spring vs. Bungee)
*Size (size of footprint vs. my personal needs)
*Ease of Use (assembly and upkeep)
*Safety: I watched several videos created by manufacturers and consumers. I looked at the type of bounce each trampoline provided and looked at stability it provided for each bounce. Also looked at how the person looked when bouncing. Last, I looked at manufacturer websites to see if safety was even addressed. Manufacturer reputation was also considered.
*Cost: I had no idea how expensive trampolines could be. My budget was flexible to an extent because I wanted to find the best value. Ultimately, I wanted to buy a solid trampoline that would deliver a good workout, without falling apart, or risking injury. Additionally, I considered cost for replacement parts if needed.
*Materials: Through my research, I found there are essentially 2 types on the market: Spring & Bungee. YouTube videos really helped me here because I could see both types in action. Ultimately, I wanted something quiet, which is why I went with a bungee type.
*Size: My height was the determining factor, I'm 5'8" and wanted something that would give me room to do a modified jumping jack. So I knew I needed something with a larger diameter. Had I only wanted to do the simple "health bounce," a smaller diameter would have been fine.
*Ease of Use: I wanted something easy to setup and easy to take apart (if I went with a folding model). Since I decided to go with a bungee trampoline, I wanted to make sure replacing and making adjustments to each bungee would be relatively simple. I had read that spring versions were more difficult to replace, which was another reason why I leaned toward the bungee type.
JumpSport vs. Bellicon
These were the 2 major bungee trampolines I researched. There are others out there, but these were the 2 I thought stood out over the rest. So I stacked my criteria against each model to help me decide. Overall both brands met my criteria, so it really came down to cost. Bellicon overall, is more expensive than JumpSport. Bellicon models start at 679 dollars, while JumpSport PRO models starting prices around 400 dollars. Obviously, I decided on the JumpSport because I felt the advantages of the Bellicon were more like features found on a high end luxury car, which were not necessary to getting a decent workout (in my opinion). Plus putting things in perspective, even the JumpSport entry models are superior to many of the "cheaper" models on the market.
There are several models and I think all of them can deliver a great workout. Main differences between PRO and non-pro models are the number of bungees and I believe their overall bungee strength. PRO models were designed to be used in commercial gyms, where they would be used several times each day for intense workouts. Some PRO models have larger surface areas as well.
For me, it came down to size, as I wanted to have a large enough surface area to do a variety of exercises (remember I'm 5'8"). So my options were narrowed down to the 550 & 570, as those are the largest. Again, cost was a factor as both models are nearly identical. The main factor driving up the cost of the 570 is the skirt that goes around the top of the trampoline. After watching videos, I did not think a padded skirt justified the difference in cost for me, however, it's good JumpSport offers the option for those who might like it. Added bonus, the 550 can be broken down and folded in half for storage.
JumpSport 550: First Impressions
This was delivered only a few hours ago, but since there are not too many reviews posted on this model, I wanted to at least give my initial impressions with intent to update this review after using it for a few months.
I believe this weighs around 25 lbs. Mine was delivered in a rectangular box with the JumpSport Logo sealed with staples & packing tape. The box is long, but I managed (I'm 5'8"), though it was a bit heavy for me. The trampoline is folded in half, like a taco. Be mindful of the staples as you open the box. It was packed with large chunks of Styrofoam to keep the frame stable during shipment. There's a sturdy plastic strap keeping the trampoline closed, so use strong scissors to cut it. Inside of the trampoline, there is a box containing the legs. Each leg is packaged in bubble-wrap the trampoline itself is encased in a large clear bag. Inside of that box also contains a clever pouch you can use to store the legs if you ever want to breakdown the trampoline. In the main box, you will find a bag containing a fitness DVD and pamphlet showing you how to set up the trampoline.
I had a hard time getting the frame open, but there is a card attached to the frame illustrating how to do it. It could just be my model though or operator error on my part (highly likely). One of the benefits to this model is you do not need any tools to screw the legs on, which is nice. Each leg is secured with a twisty contraption (not sure what you call it). All you do is turn the dial until tight and you're done. Each bungee is already attached set to factory settings and easy to adjust. With unboxing and assembly, it took me 25 minutes. I'm not handy or mechanically inclined so it's highly possible to get it set up faster.
Like I said, I haven't really used it yet, but I did test it. Overall, it's very quiet. It seems stable & well constructed. The bounce is great too and I'm excited to start working out on it.
Notes About Folding & Storage:
Though I wrote earlier in my review that the fact it folds is a bonus, it's not convenient. In fact, when I talked to customer service, the representative advised me not to purchase this model for the folding feature alone. She said the advantage comes into play if you on occasions, like travelling, or longer term storage. I now see why, as you would have to unscrew each leg from the frame to fold it in half, which takes time. Sure, the more you do it, the faster it will be, but it still takes effort to detach and then attach each leg.
Bellicon has the option to upgrade to folding legs, but it costs extra. I could see folding legs as a great option for those in smaller dwellings, where it would be space prohibitive to leave the trampoline out all of the time. This way, you could fold in the legs and store it under a bed, sofa, etc., and pull it out for use. I'm not certain if the trampoline frame folds on the Bellicon...so check into that if your curious.
I have been using this every 2 days or so since it arrived. One observation about the legs. I find i have to tighten the legs before using the trampoline, as they seem to loosen up during use. If I had stronger hands, perhaps they would stay tight.
Still using the trampoline. What's nice is on days when I have a lot of energy, I can do the cardio workout. On other days when I'm not so energetic, I can just bounce on it when watching a TV show, allowing me to go at my own pace. I'll mix up the intensity while bouncing and do my own thing, which adds versatility to this equipment. The legs still get loose after a session of using the trampoline, so I will see if I can get someone with strong hands to tighten them for me.
Yup, still using it. However, I'm still having trouble with the legs and find I have to tighten a few of them during my workout...very annoying. I haven't had anyone help me tighten them, but still...
Haven't been using this as much, only because I'm lazy. However, I wanted to say wearing Yoga Toeless Socks, 2 Pairs Set, For Yoga and Pilates, by YogaAddict gave me more stability during my workouts.
So I admit it, I slacked off from using the rebounder. Two reasons, one having to do with the work; the other having to do with the legs. I found myself having to tighten the legs every 8-10 minutes, which became really frustrating. So much so that I didn't go out of my way to use the trampoline. After revisiting my review of the rebounder, a few nice people suggested I try tightening it with the Allen wrench the trampoline came with. Unfortunately, I couldn't find it (figures), but was able to use a hex key we had in the garage. Anyway, using the hex key, I was able to tighten each leg -- tighter than ever before. Decided to test it out for 10 min and not one leg needed to be tightened! YAY. Side note, having a hex key is so handy! If you don't know what one is, just enter "Hex Key" into the Amazon search field - you will get several hits. I have one that resembles a Swiss Army knife, which contains several sizes.
I absolutely adore the sturdiness and the bounce. it's great for a bodyweight (or even weighted) workout, for rebounding for lymphatic health, or even just for a good cardio wo.
There are 2 settings for the bands and the first one didn't work for me, I needed more of a firm jump and the 2nd setting is better. I would love a 3rd for it to be more firm but I don't mind the one I got right now.
I pondered buying Bellicon or JumpSport for almost a year, and I don't regret my buy.
I love my JumpSport!
If I for any reason change my opinion, I'll make sure to update my review.
At any rate I am very pleased with the performance and the quality of the unit ( except for the skirt issue ) I imagine over time it will eventually lay flat. I'm looking forward to many days of happily bouncing my way to better heath in the future .