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Skywalker 8-Feet Round Trampoline with Safety Enclosure Combo
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- Date First Available : January 1, 2013
- Manufacturer : Skywalker Holdings, LLC
- ASIN : B00AZ251Q6
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It was challenging to put together...My husband had to disassemble twice (it's really important to READ the instructions thoroughly and put your logic/thinking cap on)!
This is a sturdy, fun indoor tramp - well worth the price. I wouldn't use it for outdoor use (I'd go for a larger, more bouncy, likely more expensive tramp for outside).
There were couple of poles which were not connecting initially. After I smeared the ends with oil, they had connected. At that point I thought that now the installation will be a breeze. However, after attaching all the springs I realized that the spring mat position was incorrect. So I had to take all the springs out. I had to watch a couple of you tube videos on how to take the springs out and put them back in.
After the installation though, the trampoline seems to be a hit for my kid. He wants to have a basketball hoop for the trampoline and I am searching for a inexpensive basketball hoop that can be put in the trampoline.
Update, less than a week later. Amazon was great. UPS picked up the faulty trampoline and delivered the new one the next day. There were no problems with this one. Not difficult to put together. If anyone was wondering whether it fits inside-- it does. We have ours in our basement with 9' ceilings. Our kids are 7 and 5, and they won't be able to hit the ceiling, if they get close, we can always move it outside.
UPDATE: There are 56....yes ladies and gents...FIFTY SIX parts missing. Screws,nuts,bolts, springs, rods...56 parts missing. The customer services folks were nice at least.
Of course, the instructions don't mention that any of this is important. And if they had made the top universal, this would not be an issue at all. But alas -- cheap products + cheap instructions = problem assembly. Not happy. Invested an hour assembling and when you get to the very last step you realize it's wrong and has to be completely disassembled.