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Pure Fun Mini Rebounder Trampoline, Ages 13+
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- Can help to increase bone density, detoxify the lymphatic system, increase balance and coordination, and strengthen and tone the body's core muscles
- Many routines are available for mini rebounder trampolines as they are perfect for progressive exercise routines that are gentle on your joints
- Exterior trampoline pad is cushioned and provides an additional barrier to prevent injury in the event of a fall
- Contains 30 high-tension dual spring system, making it sturdy and durable with a weight capacity of 250 lbs.
- Jump mat made of heavy-duty polypropylene to ensure durability; Easy to assemble, no additional tools required
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The trampoline was easy to assemble, just as the comments said - simply screw on the legs and you're ready to go.
When I first tested it out, I was satisfied with the bounce. However, not even 24 hours later, while using this product, one of the springs broke! The product is advertised as being able to manage with weights up to 220 lbs. I range between 145 - 150 lbs!
I was a little daunted at first but it's just one spring right? Wrong. Not even 3 days after that, another spring blew off.
I have purchased trampolines in the past and I have never had one where a spring blew off on the first day (it usually takes months before wear shows). I'm not sure if the product I got was faulty or if the product itself is just of poor quality.
I'm writing this review in case there are others interested in purchasing this product as I was due to the positive reviews. Due to this experience, I am definitely not going to purchase any more PURE FUN trampolines.
I'm a 30 year old guy and I've been through many trampolines since I was a kid, so I kind of know what I'm talking about. Most of them that I've had have been pretty decent, except for the cheap strap ones, this one is spring based. This trampoline caught my interest because it said it was 44' as opposed to the 38' trampolines which I had always bought in the past. And it was a little pricy so I figured it would be good quality.
First off the shipping took 2 1/2 weeks, that's not a biggie tho, I can deal with that. When I finally got it, it was really easy to put together, I just screwed the legs into place and I had it set up in a couple min. I started jumping on it and for some reason it didn't have the type of bounce I was expecting, and it sounded real squeaky, it wasn't as bad as the cheap strap trampolines but it didn't feel like it had the same bounce as a normal 38' trampoline. It did have a little more space to jump around, so I didn't mind too much I guess.
Now the item description says it has a 220lb weight capacity, that's no prob for me I'm only 165 maybe 170lbs, so I didn't worry too much about the springs breaking or the canvas ripping, which is eventually what happens to all mini-trampolines after using them for awhile. And I figured this one would last longer since it cost more and was larger than any other trampoline I had had. I was wrong! In less than a month of using it a spring busted off while I was jumping on it, the spring went flying across my room and hit my wall chipping some paint off! I jumped right off, I couldn't belive it! I only used it maybe 30 min a day.Read more ›
In mid-late 2010, Pure Fun redesigned the trampoline to use different springs. These are smaller and each hook to the mat individually, rather than two on one hook. The end of each spring that hooks to the mat has been pinched, which I'm assuming is to prevent it from flying off and hitting people. While this makes it much harder to replace, that is not the problem. I have been using this trampoline for about a month and a half now (minus the two weeks it took to get replacement parts), and have already broken 6 springs. I never jump on the trampoline without replacing a broken spring, either. They all break in the same place, at the point where the pinched side of the spring has been bent upwards. While the company has been nice enough to send some replacements, the fact that I have to keep stopping in the middle of a workout to replace an inferior product part makes this particular trampoline a waste of time and money. Buying springs on your own, from their company, of course, is also very expensive, and I have already had to do that in order to continue using this trampoline.
The product is not accurately rated to support individuals weighing up to 250 lbs. I weigh around 145 and am well within the limit, so this should not be an issue. Pure Fun needs to invest in the quality of their product, in this case the springs, in order to regain my business. I'll add pictures of the springs up in the customer images section for anyone who wants to see for themselves.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
BEST WORK OUT FOR THE BODY HANDS DOWN. DO THE REBOUNDER RESEARCH. MY CHIROPRACTER AND HOLISTIC DR. SWEAR BY THIS. PH BALANCES THE BODY, DETOX THE LYMPHATIC SYSTEM SO ON AND SO ONPublished 21 hours ago by BL
This trampoline is very fun to use and very use full in excersizing.Published 6 days ago by Amazon Customer
One of the springs broke today and scared me. This is unsafe and now useless. Pretty annoying after that short of time and no overuse.Published 24 days ago by Sanna
Works great for exercise. Doctor recommended one of my family member for exercise and we using it home it's really excitement and fun for kids too.Its light and durable .Published 2 months ago by waseem manzoor
Spring broke and cut my leg while jumping. Cheap chinese metal springs break clean off while jumping. I only weight 180lbs. Amazon better make this right or Ill sue for injuries.Published 2 months ago by Benjamin Katz
See the picture attached. I called the company and they verified that the skirt of this trampoline is made of PVC+EPE, materials officially linked to cancer. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Karine K.