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Pure Fun Mini Rebounder Trampoline, Ages 13+

3.8 out of 5 stars 499 customer reviews
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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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Product Description

The Pure Fitness 38" Mini Rebounder Trampoline is the perfect solution to increase bone density, detoxify the lymphatic system, increase balance and coordination, as well as strengthen and tone the body's core muscles. The cushioned exterior trampoline pad is an additional barrier to prevent injury while getting fit. Each trampoline contains a 30 high-tension dual spring system, making it sturdy and durable. The superior construction ensures you get a good cardiovascular workout, regardless of how much space you have available. Best of all, this trampoline can be assembled in five minutes or less! Mini rebounder trampolines are great for progressive exercise routines because they are gentle on the joints. With a number of routines available, you will never get bored and will stay motivated to achieve your fitness goals.

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  • ASIN: B00GNWXODE
  • Item model number: 9004MT-P
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (499 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,198 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)

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By Fox on February 27, 2011
Style Name: 38-Inch Verified Purchase
I purchased this product because I was interested in buying a mini trampoline that didn't require any crazy assembly. The high reviews and many positive comments about this product made me feel confident about buying this.
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.
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Style Name: 44-Inch Verified Purchase
I don't normaly right reviews on products I've purchased but this item has got me so upset that I'm writing one.

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.
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Style Name: 38-Inch Verified Purchase
This was perhaps the tenth mini-trampoline I have purchased for my home. In the past I used them for exercise but eventually found I got a better work-out from a treadmill. However, my children love jumping on these and will do so for possibly an hour a day each. I have purchased these from Sears, Academy Sports, other sporting good stores under various names, including Weider, and in various sizes from 36-48" diameter. The common ground these share is that they all break. Maybe after one month, and maybe after four, but generally the nylon straps that attach the springs to the frame begin to snap and once it starts to happen the trampoline becomes rapidly unusable. No retailers now carry these locally so I ordered the pure fun one listed here. It lasted less than two months, but this one is different. Instead of breaking at the nylon strap, this one has springs breaking apart at high velocity and flying through the air. My son had a cut on his shin from this happening. The potential for energy expenditure is so great with this sort of device and the footprint is so small that we want to continue to have one for our children. We are tired of accumulating useless pieces of metal from the many frames we have discarded and are now awaiting the arrival of a very expensive Bellicon model that promises to be highly durable with warranties on the parts and replaceable straps. My children are 90# and 150#. I imagine a 30# child might jump on this trampoline for a long time without breakage but I'm afraid that a spring that breaks before the strap holding it in place is very poor quality indeed.
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Style Name: 44-Inch
We bought this for our 56 pound 6 yr old autistic son. We have had it for alittle over 3 months and the strap that holds the spring came right off. The stitching fell right off two lopes and its working its way around the pad. We called amazon and they offer a 30 day return. We also called the pure fun company and they only offer a 90 day warrenty. We were only a few days past the warrenty and they didn't even offer to work with us. So now we are stuck with a trampoline we can't use.
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Style Name: 38-Inch Verified Purchase
I never thought I would have to write a negative review about a trampoline. This is the 11th mini trampoline I have personally owned, and I have been using them since I was probably 4 or 5 (I'm in my 30's now). The last trampoline I purchased was also a Pure Fun brand, and it lasted me 3 years with minimal spring breakage (about once every three months until it started to really wear down). So why the negative review on this new one?

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.
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