40" REBOUNDER TRAMPOLINE * NEW * Jogger Mini Folding
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- Safe and non jarring
- Convenient and private
- Everyone can use it
- No bone or joint damage
- Rated for up to 275 lbs
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I was dismayed when I received this item to learn that each of the six legs had to be screwed on one-by-one -- a process that you would think would be simple, but took nearly forty mintues and, despite the claims of a tool-free assembly, ultimately required a wrench to get the legs attached. Mysteriously, the instructions that come with the trampoline describe spring-loaded legs that supposedly just pop into place.
The "spring" in this trampoline was disappointing when compared to a non-folding trampoline I tried at a nearby sports store. I found jumping and running on it much more jarring than with the non-folding tramp I tried. As I purchased this item in the hopes of protecting my joints and ended up with an aching knee after using it for only a few minutes (which didn't happen on the non-folding item at the nearby sports store), their claim that use of this item is non-jarring did not hold up in my case.
Disappointed, I decided to disassemble the trampoline. The legs came off with less trouble, but every attempt that I made to make the inital fold on the trampline on my own failed (and no, I'm not a weak or clumsy person). Ultimately, working together with my sister, we were able to fold the unit.
Shipping on this unit at this time was $30.00. As seen on TV charges a 25% restocking fee. I paid $55.49 for this unit. If I were to return this item, I would have to pay the $30.00 return shipping and then take a hit for the $13.87 restocking fee, ultimately getting a loss from my $115.49 (55.49 + 30 shipping + 30 return shipping) investment -- a total loss of $73.87.
Save your money. Don't buy this item.
It is not a Rebounder. Their catch is that you can refer to jumping on the trampoline as 'rebounding'; therefore, you can call it a rebounder. However, Rebounder is a brand and this is a "Little Jump". Nothing in the ad refers to a "Little Jump". This company has a no refund policy. Guess why?
Most Recent Customer Reviews
i will rate this product if i ever recieve it which hasnt happend yet supposed to happen tomorrow time will tel;lPublished on February 26, 2013 by george
I had no trouble putting it together. It's a wonderful size, not small. I need a good way to build my knees up, and I need to bounce according to my chemical therapist. Read morePublished on February 12, 2006 by Deborah MacGillivray