Pure Fun 12-Foot Trampoline with Enclosure Set
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- Typical assembly time of 6 hours
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- 42 x 1.5mm galvanized iron steel tubing & rust-resistant frame
- Patented T-joint no-weld system
- Patented assembly tool included
- Polypro jump mat made in the USA
- UV resistant mesh fabric enclosure
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The absolute biggest problem with this trampoline was the set up process. Because the frame is metal and the set up consists of fitting metal poles together, if you make a mistake, there is virtually no way to undo your mistake. I actually had to get the company to ship me some replacement parts a couple times. In order to save other people from the same pain I went through, I'm writing up notes on each step that could be potentially confusing. I looked for videos on YouTube to watch someone putting this together, but there wasn't anything available. Hopefully someone in a similar situation will find this valuable.
First off, please make sure you're using the latest version of the manual, which can be found at the Jamz Products website (jamzproducts dot net slash wp-content slash uploads slash 9012T-Manual-v091410 dot pdf) as of the time I'm writing this. The manual that came with my trampoline glossed over important details and was clearly not written by a native English speaker.
Step 2 - Top Rail and Support Assembly
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I will update my post once I hear back from the company
UPDATE fogdog sent me an email with the manufacturers phone number...pure global brands they were very nice asking for a picture and address to send it to. I sent out the email right away and they quickly called me and told me that they will have the replacement mat in the mail today. Im bummed that it tore but happy that the manufacturer was easy to deal with
We had some disappointed kids after Christmas when we couldn't figure out how to assemble this trampoline. Even with three reasonably intelligent adults looking at the cryptic instructions, we couldn't figure out how to get past step 2, assembling the T-joints to the legs. When the customer support folks returned to the office several days after Christmas and cleared up the confusion, we were able to assemble in a couple hours. The manufacturer said there should have been an insert in the packaging that clarified how to assemble the T-joints to the legs. We never found this insert and were trying to do it the wrong way. Strong suggestion to the manufacturer: Please update and replace the manual instead of relying on an insert. Also please have the manual edited by someone who has assembled a trampoline and is a native English speaker.
Specifics of our assembly problem: The diagram and text in Step 2 in the assembly manual seemed to suggest that the legs go inside the T-joints and then we use the provided clamping tool to clamp the T-joint outside the legs. Actually the T-joints go *inside* the legs. You use the clamping tool to squeeze the T-joints closed and then slide the legs over the T-joints. The flared ends of the legs go onto the T-joints. It was not specifically recommended in the manual, but we found it easiest after getting the T-joint started in the leg to use a hammer to tap the T-joint into the leg while stepping on the leg. Make sure the rings portions are oriented correctly (see the warning stickers).Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This product is very cheaply made. The worst part of the trampoline is the safety net that rips easily from the sides. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
I am finally writing a review on this product because I am so dissapointed that after just three years - the fabric pieces that hold the springs to the trampoline base have broken... Read morePublished 8 months ago by J
We've had this trampoline for almost 4 years. Going strong! Solid trampoline.Published 10 months ago by Shechery
I bought this trampoline for my two kids, two years ago. Within the first few months, the mat that covered the springs ripped and fell apart. Read morePublished 10 months ago by CKB
I bought this product 3 years ago. Within a few months the blue safety pad that covers the springs disintegrated. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Melinda Eigenmann
Trampoline is great, however the blue pad around the outside totally disintegrated in the Florida sun in just a few months. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Babystuff2
I bought this trampoline and my children real enjoyed it until the springs started to pop and the jumping pad ripped. We've had it a little over a year and I'm not very pleased. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Carin Hamilton
4 years old and still going well. I wish it had wheels for moving the trampoline around the yard.Published 13 months ago by Marcus V. Carter
This is the best thing I've ever bought for the family. The kids go outside much more than they did before in the heat of summer. They are all getting plenty of exercise. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Dilbert