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40" REBOUNDER TRAMPOLINE * NEW * Jogger Mini Folding

2.5 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews

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  • Safe and non jarring
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  • Everyone can use it
  • No bone or joint damage
  • Rated for up to 275 lbs

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Rated for up to 275 pounds. This is an extra-large 40" Foldable Fitness Trampoline, perfect for so many reasons! It is extra heavy-duty, folds easily for portability or storage (it even includes its own carrying case!), and is an attractive all black color with black spring padding! Our trampoline is larger than the more common 36" mini trampoline, thus safer, more effective, and more fun! Aerobic Rebound Exercise (Rebounding) will make you look and feel years younger. Rebounding will change the way you look. A Mini Trampoline will improve your energy, vitality and enthusiasm for life. Aerobic Rebound Exercise helps vitamins and nutrients assimilate Get the maximum benefits from your foods, juices or supplements by rebounding. Rebounding assists the digestive system in working more efficiently, a necessity for good health.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 20 pounds
  • ASIN: B0009VJ3B2
  • Item model number: 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,127,647 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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By S. Cummings on July 24, 2005
I purchased this trampoline in the hopes that I would be able to use it in my very small home. I wanted to be able to quickly set up and put it away. The idea of a folding trampoline was very appealing to me.

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.
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Showed/Named trampoline a 40" Rebounder (brand name).

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?
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This item is listed as a "Rebounder" by Urban Trampoline. Note it is *NOT* from Urban Rebounder - the true manufacturer of the fitness club quality exercise tramp.
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