Skywalker Trampolines Jump N' Dunk Trampoline with Safety Enclosure and Basketball Hoop, 8-Feet
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- Safe play basketball hoop and ball made of soft materials and 3 strap system featuring an interior donut sling
- Basketball hoop features break away Velcro rim to ensure minimum impact on enclosure net and poles
- 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 at each V-ring by using a patented button-hole feature eliminating gaps
- Frame constructed of heavy gauge galvanized rust resistant steel
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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.
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Building the trampoline mainly on my own was a bit time consuming. It took about 45 mins to an hour considering I had to back track because the instruction are very vague. Upon applying the springs it does take a little bit of strength but it's best to alternate sides start off applying a spring to all four sides to make it easier as oppose to circling around or else you'll wind up regretting it. The trampoline comes with a small T shaped metal to pull the springs so purchasing one may be unnecessary. It also comes with a metal Philip head imitation screwdriver. Using a power drill was easier for me but to each their own. Everything needed to assemble the trampoline is in the box. The box is a bit heavy weighing over 70lbs but it can be moved. I moved it alone and I'm a petite female with a bad back. It was definitely worth it.
Apply springs in + alternate sides prior
Careful with the foam it tears easily shoving poles in it.
Max weight capacity is 175lbs
If you weigh more then that or you're short you may need a step stool or ladder to assemble
Make sure the clip on the net and the clip on the trampoline are lined up prior to placing all the triangle metals on the holes
The opening door should be on the T bar side (side that doesn't have a pole)
If you have sensitive skin or are afraid of a little pull wear gloves to use the t metal to pull springs.
Pros: awesome, good quality, great for young children, has clips so you can clip them in and know that they won't fall trying to get out on their own.
Cons: it doesn't come with a cover
Despite having to backtrack a little bit, the instructions were well laid out and set up was easy. The spring pull tool is amazing, I wish we had had one when I was a teen!
The size is perfect for her and a few of her friends if she wants to have people over to jump. The enclosure makes me feel a lot better as she has already bounced into the netting a few times.
She absolutely loves it and the fact that it is purple makes it even better!
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.
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