Sportspower My First Trampoline
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- Overall Dimensions: 84" W x 73.5" H with net; Max Weight Limit: 100lbs
- STURDY DESIGN: Heavy-duty rust-resistant galvanized steel frame with foam outer edge makes up an integrated design to provide extra stability and support
- QUALITY CONSTRUCTION: UV-treated netting and jump mat ensures long lasting quality and protection, while 360-degree netting also gives parents unrestricted visibility of their children
- MAKES EXCERSIZE FUN: Encourages a healthy lifestyle by providing a fun way for your young one to work muscles, boost heart rate, and improve flexibility
- STABLE BASE: Low to the ground design and padded spring cover prevent injury and entanglement, creating an ideal starter trampoline for children ages 3 and up
- SAFE CHOICE: All Sportspower products meet or exceed ASTM safety standards. The poles are padded for added protection and safety while both inside and outside. In addition, each pole has its own pole cap to secure the padding.
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The Sportspower Story
Sportspower began in 1992 when two business partners came together with a common goal—to make quality and affordable outdoor play products that stand apart from the competition. Sportspower has created a wide array of innovative products - from the first ever patented water slide, to the first at home air jumper. Today, Sportspower trampolines, swing sets, water slides, playhouses, and all-in-one play centers promote and provide fun exercise for children and adults of all ages. Sportspower stands behind products and believes in taking care of customers. The passion that began the brand over 25 years ago, continues to drive the Sportspower team to create the best products possible at a everyday reasonable prices.
My First Trampoline (MSC-4028)
- Lightweight yet sturdy galvanized steel frame for durability.
- Built Dimensions: 84" W x 73.5" H with net
- Set Includes: Assembly kit, Instruction manual, Spring loading tool for easier product setup
Great for children ages 3 and up and supports a total of 220 lbs.
Maximum 1 User
Watch your child have hours of fun while encouraging a healthy lifestyle.
All ASTM (American Section of the International Association for Testing Materials) safety standards are met or exceeded.
Can be used indoors and outdoors for year-round fun.
Size ensures trampoline can be moved with ease.
Safety enclosure's design ensures that mom and dad have unrestricted visibility of their kids.
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The screw holes for the arches didnt line up with the holes in the uprights. I put everything where it needed to be, per the instructions, and then used "tech screws/self tapping screws" to screw through the pipes and secure them together. The quality control in manufacturing is to blame in my opinion.
All in all it's a great price for the size and strength of the piece. My nephew is 160lbs. He jumped on it to test it after seeing the 220lbs weight limit listed on AMAZON. It held up great and looked very sturdy with him testing it. It was even more surprising when we found out the actual weight limit was 100lbs. He tested it at 160% and it held beautifully. For the price it is a very nice and sturdy set. Please do a better manufacturing job when it comes to the assembly holes, as people without extra tools and resources may not be able to complete the assembly properly with the pieces not lining up.
For those wanting to put it outside, I looked for a cover forever, but couldnt find anything. I finally settled on a 10x10 pop up canopy and it works great for blocking out the sun, protecting it from the elements, and keeping the jumping area free of debris. Plus you don't have to keep removing a cover every time the kids want to jump, which is about 3x a day. Also, for capacity questions, I'm about 113lbs 5'3" and I can get in and jump with my 2 toddlers without feeling like it's going to break and being nowhere close to hitting the canopy with my head. We also, at one point, had 7 kids under age 5 on it at once and it still could've fit a few more (not that I'd recommend that, as it was like a baby cagematch in there).
Highly satisfied with this purchase!
I'm pretty competent when it comes to assembling Ikea furniture, so I thought this would be a cake walk.
I really liked how the screws and bolts were packaged. I wish they would put the writing on the back, where one might pierce instead of on the front. It's awkward to flip the package back and forth while trying to contain all of the pieces. And while aesthetically appealing, perhaps the tried and true mini-ziploc bags would've done the trick.
The instructions could use a revisit as it is clear that many of us struggle with some of the details. Specifically, when assembling the legs, one needs to be sure that all of the holes face upwards for the springs. Assembling the net was particularly trying and I think a video from the manufacturer would be a helpful addition. But also, you can't help a moron. When I got to the springs, I read "start at point zero and..." and I thought it was just going to say "go around clockwise." Which I did. Except it didn't say that. If I would've flipped the page, I'd see the very handy chart for weight distribution and would have saved my back the pulled muscle.
Overall, it took me a total of 1 hour and 49 minutes to assemble on my own (I timed it).
Now that it's up, my children love it. I have to drag them back inside.
I like how small it is, which is important in my small space. The price can't be beat.
The manufacturer states that only one child should jump. Do I follow that rule? No. Both of my toddlers jump at the same time and as of today (three days in), we have had 5 scrapes, bonks, and falls. My regret meter is only at a 25/100.
I would say that at about age 5.5-6, kids should jump by themselves. And maybe when the novelty wears off, I'll go ahead and enforce that rule.
Something to note, my set was missing 1 washer.
Also, they include an allen wrench and a phillips head screwdriver, so you only need a box cutter to dig in.
I'm giving this product 4 out of 5 stars because of unclear instructions and a missing piece.
But 5 out of 5 stars for fun!