SkyBound Stratos Trampoline with Full Enclosure Net System
|Price:||$660.47 - $899.95|
- EXCELLENT FOR KIDS – Why reach for the stars when you can jump the moon?! The SkyBound Stratos Trampoline will encourage your child to jump, bounce, flip and fly! SkyBound Stratos Trampoline features a rust-resistant galvanized powder-coated frame with 12 safety-enclosure poles and massive 8.5” springs for superior safety, quality of bounce, product life. UV resistant concave safety net installs directly to the mat for user safety.The best way to tackle life is to get up, get out and move!
- CONNECT WITH THE FAMILY – Unplug the phone and throw away the television. Now your family can spend quality time together in the great, fresh outdoors with the SkyBound Stratos Trampoline! 6 Heavy Duty W-shaped legs with 8.5" premium gold zinc-plated springs for an amazing bounce and to help prevent early corrosion. Maximum weight capacity of 330 lbs. Go outside, take off your shoes, feel the sun, hear the wind and fall asleep under the night sky.
- NO FUSS ASSEMBLY – SkyBound Stratos Trampolines features a lightning-quick enclosure system installation setup with no bolts, screws, brackets, braces or pole caps. Push-pin technology allows for a quick and easy setup and breakdown. The SkyBound Stratos trampoline features a powder coated, black steel frame, (6) W-shaped legs, a concave enclosure net, 12 black, curved enclosure poles, black, vinyl-coated foam sleeves, 2-piece PVC trampoline pad, and 8.5" premium gold zinc-plated springs.
- GLORIUS AEROBICS WORKOUT – SkyBound Stratos Trampoline is an exceptional workout! Improve your muscles, flexibility, develop balance, coordination and motor skills. This stable, functional, and aesthetically-pleasing design allows for faster installation times so you can enhance both your body and quality of life. Whether you are outside or indoors, perform perfected acrobatic stunts and gymnast moves.
- 10 YEAR FRAME WARRANTY – SkyBound Stratos Trampolines is 100% ASTM certified under the U.S. Trampoline Safety Requirements and is backed by SkyBound's industry-leading 10-year frame warranty with a U.S. based team focused on providing unrivaled customer support for years to come.
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From the manufacturer
Sky's The Limit!
SkyBound USA is a premium trampoline and outdoor products and accessories company with an emphasis on quality and customer satisfaction. We combine our desires of wanting to promote an active lifestyle with nurturing the inner-child in everyone by producing innovative products that the whole family can love.
- 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed.
- Unrivaled Warranties.
- Dedicated Team of Experts.
Recommended for ages 6+.
Weight Limit: 330 lbs.
- Patented Lightning-Quick Enclosure System Installation
- 12 Spot-Welded Galvanized Steel Enclosure Poles
- High-Density 120g/m2 Concave Safety Enclosure Net
- Black Powder-Coated Galvanized Steel Frame
- 8.5 in. Galvanized, Zinc, Hot-Dipped 'Gold' Springs
- 10 Year Steel Frame Warranty
- Meets or Exceeds U.S. ASTM Trampoline Safety Requirements
SkyBound Stratos Trampoline with Safety Net Enclosure System
SkyBound Stratos comes with 84, 96 or 108 (depending on size) 8.5” premium springs. With a 3 mm gauge steel, premium springs are proven to be 50% more durable and bouncier than standard springs. Cold dipped in ionized zinc to help prevent early rusting and corrosion, SkyBound's premium springs are distinguished by their bright gold color and rubber capped spring hooks.
Stratos features a beautiful, concave, high-density net, keeping users safely confined within the enclosure system and on the jumping surface. Twelve galvanized steel enclosure poles support the net and are padded with a proprietary blend PVC foam. With double the average number of enclosure poles, Stratos is a clear leader in quality and durability.
SkyBound Stratos comes equipped with six galvanized steel, W-shaped legs. The frame of the Stratos is engineered to be structurally stable and guaranteed to last with our unrivaled 10-year warranty. SkyBound's patented push pin design allows for quick and easy assembly without the use of bolts, screws, brackets, braces, or pole caps.
|Size||12 ft, 14 ft, 15 ft||14 ft||8 ft|
|Enclosure Pole Count||12||6||8|
|Safety Net Density||120g/m2||100g/m2||120g/m2|
|Spring Size||8.5 in.||7 in.||5.5 in.|
|Spring Count||84, 96, 108||72||48|
|Leg Shape||W-Shaped||W-Shaped||Welded with Pivotable Feet|
10 Year Frame Warranty
Meets or exceeds U.S. ASTM Trampoline Safety Requirements.
The SkyBound Stratos Trampolines features a lightning-quick Enclosure System installation set-up with no bolts, screws, brackets, braces or pole caps. Push-pin technology allows for a fast, easy set up and break down of the trampoline’s frame and enclosure system. The SkyBound Stratos trampoline features (a) powder coated, black steel frame, (b) 6 W-shaped legs, (c) a concave enclosure net, (d) 12 black, curved enclosure poles, (e) black, vinyl-coated foam sleeves, (f) two-piece, Easy Install, PVC trampoline pad, (g) large, 8.5" premium gold springs (rust resistant), and (h) Shoe Bag.
The Enclosure System includes twelve steel enclosure poles for increased structural stability and maximum user safety. The enclosure poles and pad are shielded and covered by SkyBound's proprietary blend of vinyl PVC material & pole foam. The bottom of the enclosure net attaches directly to the trampoline mat's v-rings, helping to keep users within the jumping mat surface area, away from steel parts. The SkyBound Stratos Trampoline is also equipped with six w-shaped leg frame tubes. This stable, functional, and aesthetically-pleasing design allows for faster installation times due to the push-pin technology instead of brackets, braces, screws, washers, nuts and bolts.
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So far, I think this is a great product for the price but I have to deduct a star for the poorly written instructions. If they had made the tiniest effort to clarify how the T-joints need to connect to the top rails, it would've saved me a ton of aggravation and time.
*** EDIT: Skybound has earned that 5th star back. A couple of days after I posted this review, they called me saying they had read the review and were addressing all of the problems I mentioned. They are rewriting the manual so others won't run into the same problems, and they are investigating why some of the parts I got were so hard to put together. They even offered compensation for my trouble, which I politely declined. Every company has problems with their products but only a select few actually care enough to listen to their customers and fix the problems. Their handling of this issue shows that they're a stand-up company that will take care of their customers. I'll leave the rest of my review intact since it will likely help other customers until they get the problems sorted out. ***
In my 43 years, I have put together probably hundreds of products. I've learned the hard way that (A) most companies are clueless about how to write good instructions and (B) you have to pay really close attention to the instructions to avoid having to start all over or worse. This often means to be successful you have to carefully read through the entire assembly procedure before you begin, to get those precious bits of information that they don't just come out and tell you.
This was the third trampoline I've put together. Right away, I was impressed with the quality. The instructions also seemed straightforward and written by someone who speaks good English. I was facing a "birthday deadline" and didn't have time to read the instructions through to the end before I started. I just trusted them and dove in (big mistake).
I was a bit annoyed when they didn't mention that the holes on the top rails needed to face up but that was fairly obvious since the photo showed it that way. A big red arrow pointing at the hole would've been nice.
So I started plugging the top rails into the T-joints, ensuring the holes on the rails were all facing up. I didn't give much thought to the T-joints, which appeared to be simple symmetrical pieces. Every last one of them required many hard hits with the rubber mallet to be fully seated. That was not because I had them all backwards, since I ended up with 5 of 12 of them in the right way. BTW, if you look really closely at the pics, you can see the T-joints do need to be fully seated so each top rail is flush with each T-joint. Of course, they don't just tell you that.
I became more annoyed by the insane amount of force required to seat some of the T-joints. For those, I used a sledgehammer and a block of wood to protect the metal. For some of them, the wood softened the blows too much so I reluctantly did some metal-to-metal bludgeoning. I can only assume that I either got a few bad parts or the T-joints have a slight bit of curvature to them that makes them really hard to assemble the wrong way. There was definitely no visible curvature.
Once I had all six pairs of forever-joined top rails and T-joints, it was time to plug the U-shaped leg bases into them. Or W-shaped leg bases (they can't seem to decide). Anyway, it was then that I realized most of my T-joints had holes that were facing the wrong way, which would've made the enclosure poles face the wrong way. It was then that I was filled with murderous rage, for I knew there was simply no way in hell those parts I had slammed together were ever coming apart. They may as well have been welded together.
I was in disbelief. How could they not mention the correct orientation of those parts? It's kind of important. I was mad at myself for being in a hurry and trusting the instructions too much, but I was far more angry at whoever wrote them. It's just inexcusable.
So I ended up drilling new holes through the seven T-joints that I had gotten wrong. I wondered why none of the grandmas or kids who claimed to have put these together in two hours ever had to drill any holes. Did I get the "mean joke" version of the instructions or what?
Things went better after that. As the other reviewers have said, the "plastic guide" you are supposed to use to thread the "rope" (actually a nylon strap) through the net is a joke. I am not even sure I got my plastic guide. There was a zip tie with the head cut off, but surely that couldn't be it. I guess using the zip tie might be 1% easier than using your bare hands. Doubt it, though.
Did I mention that one of my boxes ripped open and scattered parts all over the UPS truck? Not sure how that happened. The packaging seemed good enough so I won't blame Skybound for that.
Anyway, a wooden kabob skewer works really well for threading the net. Just stab the end of the rope with it and start threading. The rope will fall off a few times but try to keep tension on it to avoid that.
My last gripe is about the net constantly sliding off. I took the advice to make the bars sticky with sugary soda but that didn't help a whole lot. I was hesitant to use spray glue in case I ever want to replace the pads, but I may resort to that if the net doesn't stretch out and stop pulling itself off the poles.
If I'd had this experience with my last trampoline (a much cheaper 15' Skywalker), it would've gotten 1-2 stars. But now that the assembly battle is behind me, I am impressed with the product and think it is worth what it costs. They just really need to work on the instructions. Seriously, guys.
I took extra time to level the trampoline and anchor all six legs with the JumpSport anchors, so it feels rock-solid. The flimsiness and squeakiness of the old trampoline are gone. I think this will hold up to all the punishment from the kids far better than the old one. If it doesn't, rest assured that I'll be back here complaining bitterly. :-)
Overall a good purchase so far. Will update review as time goes on
Zip the door zipper any time you jump. Our zipper fell off within a few minutes, because we had left it open and someone hit the net and the opening is a stress point. The zipper popped right back on, so nothing permanent, but keeping the zipper door closed will relieve that stress point and stop it from pulling on the zipper or possibly tearing the net.
This thing is sturdy and heavy and we love it. I'm glad we sprung for the better quality one (pun intended), even though it was more expensive. I'll try to remember to come back in a year and leave an update on its durability.