Skywalker Trampolines 8-Foot Jump N’ Dunk Trampoline with Enclosure Net– Basketball Trampoline
|Item Weight||75 Pounds|
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- Safety is our #1 priority: Patented enclosure eliminates gaps between the enclosure net and the jumping surface protecting children from pinch points and openings; All our products are tested for safety and durability to meet or exceed all ASTM standards
- Safe design: 56 5.5" long steel springs are located around the outside of the enclosure net for safety. Enclosure system features upright foam padded poles for added stability, woven net has a dual zipper & clip closure system for additional safety
- Slam dunk basketball hoop: Made of soft, safe play materials with a hook and loop breakaway rim to minimize damage to enclosure net and poles; Includes 1 foam basketball
- Jump for joy: Great for your next “family fun time” while getting your blood pumping and your muscles moving. Great addition to your backyard along with our other playground equipment including our swing sets, jungle gyms, and monkey bars
- Warranty: We stand behind our quality guarantee with our 3-year limited warranty on the frame and 1-year limited warranty on all other materials
- Safety note: Our high-quality polyethylene netting is tightly woven to keep fingers and toes from getting caught. Basketball hoop and ball are made of soft materials for safe play
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A Skywalker Trampoline is great for all jumpers, and with our innovative safety features and a galvanized steel frame, it will help you create memories that will last a lifetime! Keep the joy of childhood alive and reconnect with your family one bounce at a time with a Skywalker Trampoline.
Reinforced T-sockets increase the stability and prevent structural twisting.
Tightly-coiled springs are located around the outside of the enclosure net for added safety. Each spring is made of steel, and features a rust-resistant coating for a longer life.
The patented no-gap enclosure net features a dual zipper and latch clip closure system to keep kids safe while jumping.
Extra thick vinyl-coated spring pad is fade resistant.
|12 ft Jump N' Dunk||15 ft Jump N' Dunk||14 ft Square Trampoline||15x9 ft Rectangle Trampoline||17 ft Oval Trampoline|
|Jump Surface||88.2 Square Feet||141 Square Feet||149 Square Feet||92.3 Square Feet||163.2 Square Feet|
|Size||12 foot||15 foot||14 foot||9' x 15' foot||17 foot|
|Bounce||Center Focused||Center Focused||Even Surface Bounce||Even Surface Bounce||Center Focused|
Skywalker Trampolines and Skywalker Sports design and manufacture quality products that are made and tested with your safety in mind. Let us help you set a foundation for an active way of life.
PARTS & ACCESSORIES
Our versatile games and accessories create another avenue for hours of backyard entertainment. Practice your dunk, kick, swing, or throw with a wide array of games you can easily attach to your trampoline. We offer replacement parts that enable you to extend the life of your trampoline with proper care. We recommend using Skywalker Trampolines Genuine Replacement Parts
WE'RE ALL ABOUT SAFETY
Safety is our highest priority, and our patented no-gap enclosure design eliminates dangerous gaps between the enclosure net and the jumping surface. By attaching the net at each spring, children are safe from hazardous pinch points and openings. (Patent #RE45, 182)
Skywalker Trampolines is founded on safe family fun. That foundation is kept at the forefront of our minds throughout the design and production of all of our trampolines. It pushes us to create one of the safest, most innovative trampolines possible. It was that desire that helped us discover our patented No-Gap enclosure system, keeping kids safe. More recently, it pushed us to create the new Jump N Dunk trampoline featuring a soft basketball hoop safe enough for kids yet fun enough for the whole family. It will keep your family safe and entertained for years to come.Skywalker Trampolines products carry a manufacturer’s warranty only when purchased from an authorized retailer. Weather-resistant and UV-resistant.
User Manual Manual [PDF ]
- Item model number : SWJD8G-Parent
- Date First Available : January 1, 2015
- Manufacturer : Skywalker Trampolines
- ASIN : B00U8BGA2I
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- #20 in Recreational Trampolines
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Practically the first thing you do during assembly is attach the net to the jumping surface by sliding the tabs through 20-30 holes. Everything else comes after this, including the springs, etc. It's really, really important you get this step right/perfect, or you'll have to undo all your work and start over. Seriously, important.
So... I did it the right way, or so I thought. I found out after my trampoline was nearly complete that there was a mistake made at this point. But... was that my fault? The mistake is that the net was shipped "inside out". I know that's hard to imagine, and seems like it would have been totally obvious, but it's completely not obvious. Think of a sock that's turned inside out, but that there's no obvious difference in color/texture on the inside/outside. How would you really know?
I spread the net out, lined up the slots, and began assembly. At that point, you have no idea what you're really looking at... it's one big jumble of net.
And did the instructions call anything out like "make sure the net is right side out", "the safety label should face out", etc? NOPE. Not a single word. I scoured the instructions later looking for what I missed. Nothing. So, they shipped me a product that was setup for me to fail, and gave me no clue to watch out. Ouch.
Did I disassemble the whole thing literally to step 1 and restart? Nope. Too much work (assembly took me about 60-90 minutes with a friend, I'd estimate). I wasn't going to more than double my time spent. The way I could tell it was backwards was that the attaching of the net to the tops of the poles is literally backwards... Duh! So I had to sort of twist them around to install, which felt weird -- obviously. THEN I noticed that the safety label was facing inward instead of outward. And the safety snap clips over the zipper door were on the inside, meaning jumpers would run into them all too easily. Ugh. So I just cut those safety straps off the net, and the twisted attachment of the net to the poles is fine (only awkward, not flawed) and can't be seen. With the safety straps removed, the only way you can tell my mistake is that the label is on the inside. But my kids don't care.
So, there ya go. Fun trampoline that the kids love. Assembly was actually pretty decent, except for this one tiny huge gotcha. Beware. Make sure your net is correctly oriented before you start.
However the net stretches a lot and gets loose quickly, end caps on pipes that hold the net are horrible, brittle and breaks easily. But worst of all the protective pad around the edge really doesn't like the weather. It looks terrible even after a few months of sun exposure, and ultimately start falling apart (a kid stepped right through it). You can get a replacement, but it cost half of the price of the entire trampoline. I had to duct tape the end caps.
They might claim they are weather and UV protected, but in no way do I find that's the cause, and the replacement parts are WAY overpriced.
He basketball set up. They could only see the way to help was to dump another 75 lb boxed trampoline on my doorstep. They wouldn't or couldn't figure out a wayto ship 5 lb worth of replacement parts. So I ended up with another 75 lb load that I was responsible for packing up the box and lugging it to UPS. I am a retired HR Director of a global Customer Care Technical business so I know about providing Customer Delight! The Customer agents could have been empowered to make an independent decision to not dump another whole trampoline on a 66 yr
I would just say "read the instructions." Don't get caught in the trap of assuming you know what you're doing just because you've put together other trampolines like I did. Perhaps I'm just a dummy, but we had to put the springs on/off the legs 3 different times because everything has to line up perfectly from the legs, to the springs, to the net, to the poles, to the base. I think there were ways they could have designed the unit/instructions to make it easier and clearer, but ultimately we got to two different points and realized we had to take the tramp part off and re-start again. It's not fun to pull those springs into the sides 3 different times.
Now that it's together, it's fun. We'll see how it holds up in the Arizona summer heat.
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So we decided on this 8 foot one as it's a nice compromise at this stage. Low enough that both boys can get in and out without help or steps, and not too much of a garden dominator while being more 'bouncy' and fun than the smaller one we got rid of.
We've been very pleased with this trampoline and the boys love it! Room for both of them to bounce around, they can bounce higher than the old one and the basketball hoop with this one has added some fun.
The trampoline was pretty easy to put together, 2 of us had it fully assembled in about 15 minutes with no issues. All just slots together nicely, just make sure to follow the instructions and put it up in the right order.
Would recommend this trampoline if you have kids in the 3-8 age range, older kids probably would find it a bit boring and want something bigger. The weight capacity of this also means us adults still can't join in with the kids, but at the price you can't argue with the value provided here really. This will last us for 2-3 years anyway, and then we'll move up to a bigger one. For now it's ideal for our 3 and 6 year old boys. Good value price and so far 6 months in seems good quality, it's stood up perfectly so far to the use it gets every day.
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Just the right size for our small yard. Still an ok size for 8 and 4 year old.
Like how it's lower to the ground so it's easier to get on and off for the 4 year old. Love the way the screen attaches to the trampoline.
Definitely get this if you're contemplating a new trampoline!!!!!!! Easy set up too. Two of us building it only took an hour.