Skywalker Trampolines 12-Feet Round Trampoline and Enclosure with Spring Pad
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- Reinforced T-sockets stabilize the upper enclosure frame to the trampoline frame and prevents structural twisting
- Stay-put enclosure net interlocks to the jumping mat by using a patented button-hole feature attaching the enclosure netting to the jumping surface at each V-ring eliminating gaps
- Frame constructed of heavy gauge galvanized rust resistant steel with total of 6 W-shaped legs for added stablilty
- Assembled Dimensions: 12 ft X 12 ft X 9 ft.
- Recommended for ages 6 and above with a 200 lb. weight capacity
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Bring bouncing fun to your own backyard with Skywalker Trampolines 12 ft. round trampoline with enclosure. This trampoline is a great size for all jumpers and with innovative safety features and a heavy galvanized steel frame your family will have years of safe and fun jumping. Reinforced welded T-sockets secure the enclosure frame to the trampoline frame eliminating structural twisting. Total of 6 W-shaped legs provide added bouncing stability. The Stay-Put enclosure net design uses a button-hole feature interlocking the enclosure netting directly to the jump mat away from the springs and frame creating a gap free jumping environment with no ropes to thread. The arched enclosure frame suspends the enclosure netting away from the frame and is padded with soft foam for added protection. All materials are made with quality UV resistant materials for added durability. Skywalker Trampolines products carry a manufacturer’s warranty only when purchased from an authorized retailer.
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Time will tell as to the durability of this trampoline but it seems to be made very well & is very sturdy.
My husband had this set up with minimal help from me in a few hours.
I will suggest like some other reviewers have - make sure you line the door up correctly the 1st time or you will be taking all the springs off and re-doing it. We lined ours up with the wrong leg and had to undo the springs. The door has to be lined up with a leg that doesn't have a insert for the net pole.
The directions are simple but somewhat confusing, the pictures help but aren't the clearest. Over all pretty easy set up, just time consuming.
This item comes in two heavy boxes, the boxes were smaller than I figured they would be but everything is there packed tight.
As to the size of this - it's perfect size. Not to big not to small. Perfect for about 2-3 kids depending on their size. My daughter is almost 10 and this trampoline is plenty big enough for her and a friend.
Will update later as to the quality, only time will tell.
After a little over 3 months of use the blue pad that goes around the trampoline springs is falling apart. The thread at all of the seams are coming out and the pad in front of the net enclosure is now exposing the springs. This could be very dangerous when getting in/out of the trampoline. I am going to contact the company to see if it is under warranty. The trampoline and enclosure are still perfect.
I'm a little late updating the follow up to my last update. I contacted the company via email per the instructions on their website. I sent an email stating the problem with the spring pad along with pictures of the damage. I had to send a copy of my receipt of purchase from Amazon as well. I was really afraid I was out of luck since the site states the warranty for things such as the spring pad is only good 90 days after purchase. However I sent the email anyhow just to see what they would say. Within 1 hour of sending my claim they emailed me back to thank me for sending my email and said they would ship me out a new pad and email me with tracking info. I had an email the next morning stating it had been shipped and within a few days it was delivered. I am very happy for the no hassle warranty claim and happy to know I purchased a product from a company that stands behind their products.
This trampoline is now 14 months old. It has lived outside in the NC sun and the crazy weather we've had over the time we've owned it. I am happy to say that the trampoline is still in excellent condition with only minimal fading on safety net from the sun & the blue pad that goes over the springs is faded some. The trampoline pad where you jump is still like new and only needs to be swept off when leaves get in there. I still believe this was a great buy.
Back to the review of this trampoline. I love this trampoline and have recommended it several times, as well as I've been asked to pick this trampoline up for customers from Walmart as well. It's big and heavy duty, and has a ton of pieces. This is not a trampoline that is easy to assemble if you're a beginner, and will most likely take 3-4 hours with a lot of frustration. It's very important that you line up the enclosure loops with the proper spring holes, or you'll be in a world of hurt. It's pretty common some of the metal tubing is bent from shipping (7 out of 10 units I've come across), and a simple crescent wrench can fix the bend. Be sure and tie the straps once the enclosure is put up as well, and you'll have to stand on the trampoline to accomplish this, or use a ladder. If you cannot decide between a circle and a rectangle, then get a square and it's the best of both worlds. More bounce and more space to jump on. It assembles completely different, but I won't go into all of that on this review. The longevity you should expect from this product varies by your demographics. If the item is shaded expect it to last much longer than one that isn't, as the sun is a trampolines worst enemy. You most likely will have to stake this particular trampoline down as it's prone to being picked up by strong winds. If you intend on moving it often for mowing, then just get some sandbags to keep on the legs. The padding on these is average, but the bungees on the padding will eventually give out......luckily you can buy parts separately. Keep in mind that 12' is the size of the frame and not the jumping mat. The jumping mat will be much smaller, as you have to account for the frame tubing and springs from both sides, therefore making the jumping mat approximately 10'.
I hope you've found my review helpful and if you're in the Dallas Fort Worth area I'd love to assist you as well.