Pure Fun Kids First Jumper Trampoline
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- Steel, PVC
- Child's trampoline; well suited for beginning jumpers
- Features a safe, no-spring bounce system and a sturdy handle for extra stability
- Designed to help young kids develop their coordination and balance
- Heavy-duty yet lightweight construction; padded cover for added safety
- Measures 37.4 inches by 37.4 inches; two-year warranty; for children up to 75 pounds and ages 3 years or older
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Assembly: The frame is pretty easy to assemble, the instructions clearly show how to assemble it and list which bolts to use.
1) The frame is very nice, the bolts/fasteners were adequate, but nothing special. (They include the exact number of fasteners needed, so don't lose any of them.) You need a phillips screwdriver and a 10mm wrench or ratchet and socket. They include a wrench, but it's worth the walk to your tool box, if you have the tools.
2) Before you start to weave the bungee cord, you need to attach the jump mat to the frame with the 8 included nyloc straps. The mat needs to be accurately centered so take your time. I found that when doing the final stretch on the bungee cord, I added more straps to help hold it in place. When you unpack the legs, cut the nyloc straps so you can reuse them. (That means cutting the strap on the side that inserts into the gripper. You can take two little ones and make a big one, if needed.) If I did this again, I would put 3 straps on all sides before weaving. If you make a mistake (tighten one too tight/small) the nylocs are pretty hard to get apart.Read more ›
But it did. My 44 pound son (this product is for kids up to 75 pounds) got this for his birthday and LOVED it. He loves to jump and was so happy to run over and jump throughout the day.
Until it broke.
Less than a month after his birthday.
He is so sad, and I am possibly even MORE sad - since this was the most expensive thing he got, and now it's useless. I want to try and find a way to contact the company for a replacement part, but I am not sure how, since I didn't keep the box or anything.
Overall, I'd go with a different jumper (although these types of trampoines, in general, are awesome).
I had expected for him to use it for years, and then his little brother after him... we had a different (similar type) of jumper that we had for probably 4 or 5 years before it died - I was hoping for that sort of an investment. Unfortunatley I couldn't just find that same product again.
I (eventually) found contact information for this manufacturer and have to say I was VERY impressed with their customer service - they kindly promptly sent me a new cord to fix the jumper... which broke the day after we put it on... *sigh* the third new cord should be in the mail soon... they have been really nice to work with - when I eventually got ahold of them (my fault for not keeping the packaging, I guess), but I hope this cord works better than the last two. I probably would not get this jumper again, but I wouldn't shy away from the company altogether - and they did say that they had a lot of problems with these cords at one point, but got it fixed and haven't anymore - um, but my replacement cord still broke... sooo... I don't know if I 100% trust that it's a great deal. A nice lady answers the phones though?
Some words on the assembly. A lot of reviews here complain about the difficulty in assembly. The packaging clearly states it is a two person job, and that a couple of extra tools may be required. It comes with a wrench, and realistically the only other thing you really need then is a screwdriver. Did it take two? No question about it; the stringing of the bungee cord requires an extra set of hands, but it is far from the struggle some have stated. The instructions are fine if you are a visual person and have any experience assembling, well, anything. What is not described in words is illustrated - sure the illustrations could be a little bigger I guess, but contrary to other reviews, if you look at them they will show you PRECISELY how everything goes together, including the proper way to string the bungee cord. If you are not an even partially handy person, phone a friend, buy a six pack and save yourself some time; otherwise I think 98% of the population can handle this.
Some words on use. Some have voiced concern over the safety. The same reviews have mentioned not letting kids swing on the handle or having to supervise their kids while playing on it. Please, let common sense prevail. These same reviewers likely don't use seatbelts because they know someone who knows someone who knows a guy that survived a car wreck because he was ejected instead of being restrained. The tag on the toy says one at a time, hold the handle, watch your kid at all times, don't hang on the handle, and a lot of other stuff intended for those who need to be reminded to breathe.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We got this trampoline 3.5 years ago for our daughter who was 14 months old at the time. She has bounced herself silly every day since then. Read morePublished 3 months ago by JC Lach
Our 2nd bungee cord just broke. It is VERY difficult to get the cord on and keep the trampoline square. Read morePublished 7 months ago by FamOfFive
I wish I could select 0 stars. This product is very unsafe and needs to be recalled. I called Pure Fun to inform them and they said because it was outside of the 90 day warranty... Read morePublished 8 months ago by David J. Trowbridge
Though this trampoline is really fun for the kids, I am giving it 1 star for the following reasons:
1. It is really difficult to assemble. Read more
Not easy to get the cording tight but my husband could when I wasn't strong enough. Have had it over 2 years now and it's held up against two kids. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Mary Beth Rosen
I had to give it 4 stars because it was good, but my 2 year old tore it to pieces with his wild jumping. It just wasn't built strong enough for a wild toddler. Read morePublished 13 months ago by superstar
We have been using this for two months now and my daughter loves it. It was difficult to get the bungee cord on, but we followed all the instructions of the "most helpful... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Ryan Wentz