Round Trampolines

Round Trampolines

Springfree Medium Round Smart

We’ve grown pleasantly acquainted with Springfree trampolines. Their high-tech trampolines that do away with springs are likely among the most provocative trampolines around. We’ve reviewed a couple of their trampolines of various shapes, but now it’s time to talk a little about arguably the most popular shape – round. Are their round trampolines just as good as their square or oval ones? And most importantly, is this worth the asking price? Read on to find out.

Pure Fun Dura-Bounce Trampoline

We’ve been very busy reviewing a new trampoline for the great outdoors. Spanning 14 feet and coming with an enclosure, its name sets up great expectations. Are we set for a great disappointment or is the trampoline worth your while? Read on to find out!






Giantex 15ft Trampoline

Another 15ft trampoline on our review, this time a very affordable model from Giantech. Giantech is serious about this trampoline and expects a lot form it. But can this bargain priced trampoline play with the big boys? Let’s find out together! Read our Giantex 15ft. round trampoline review!






Vuly2 Trampoline

Vuly2 12ft Trampoline Review Vuly 2 is a line of trampolines by the Australian manufacturer Vuly that is dead set on competing against the likes of Springfree and SkyBound. It is priced well above the mainstream offerings, but costs markedly less than some of its upscale competitors. Does it offer enough value at such a price point for those looking for something a bit more affordable? Is it upscale enough

ExacMe 14ft Trampoline

ExacMe, fairly unknownbut well experienced trampoline manufacturer has come out with their take on a budget trampoline – a no-frills experience, but with a lot on offer – an enclosure, six legs and a ladder. But how does it compete against other 14ft trampolines? Read ExacMe 14ft trampoline review here…






Vuly Lite Trampoline

This time, we had fun with Vuly Lite 12′ Round Trampoline, Trampoline which is constructed with a heavy-duty galvanized steel frame, where fantastic polypropylene mat offers durability, and with 72 springs which provide plenty of bounce. Read our detailed review of Vuly 12ft Lite Trampoline!






Skybound Cirrus

This time we are reviewing new trampoline from SkyBound, perhaps a bit new but already recongized trampoline manufacturer. While they always have an eye for details, details which always draw a lot of attention, SkyBound also have something else up their sleeve – fantastic quality. Read our SkyBound Cirrus trampoline review and find out if this trampoline is right choice for you or your family! Click for more detailed trampoline review…






SkyBound Stratos Trampoline

SkyBound has always been one of the top companies when it comes to delivering on their promises. They have always boasted very well equipped trampolines with lots of nifty features. Today we’re reviewing the Skybound Stratos Trampoline, 15 ft. in diameter. Read on to see if SkyBound delivered with this one too…






Merax 7ft Kids Trampoline

This time we are reviewing Merax 7ft trampoline, made specificaly for toddlers and smaller kids. As Merax made trampoline following already tested design (looks very similar to Little Tikes & Skybound Super 7) we are sure that they will have no problems finding potential buyers. But, will quality follow design? Lets find out! Read our review…






Zeny 12ft Round Trampoline with Safety Net

These days we have had the opportunity to review a large, 12ft trampoline with safety enclosure from a new manufacturer, Zeny. The price is astoundingly cheap, but so is the quality… Not all is lost, though! Read more…






Kangaroo Hoppers 15ft Round Trampoline with Enclosure

The popular company Kangaroo Hoppers have made a 15 ft. trampoline with enclosure, available in five colors. We have tested the dark green version. Kangaroo Hoppers says that the trampoline is safe, innovative and quality made. With a cost of about $420, does it represent a good buy? Read more here!






Skytric 15ft Trampoline with Enclosure

We had the opportunity to try out the new trampoline by Skytric, a sister brand of the Upper Bounce Trampolines, with a longish name of Skytric Trampoline with Top Ring Enclosure System equipped with the “EASY ASSEMBLE FEATURE”. It carries a hefty price tag, but the price is still reasonable considering the fact that it’s really, really big – 15 feet in diameter. There is a range of other sizes, as well – 8ft, 11ft and 13ft. This model is the largest of them. It comes with enclosure and the manufacturer states that it is easy to assemble. Have we been swayed by all the accolades we’ve read? Read on Skytric Trampoline Review.






Skywalker Trampolines Jump N’ Dunk Trampoline with Safety Enclosure and Basketball Hoop, 8-Feet

Skywalker Jump N’Dunk 8 ft. Trampoline Review – Skywalker Jump N’Dunk is the newest addition we have on our test. It comes with a safety enclosure and an innovative basketball hoop – a feature not seen on many trampolines these days. The size of eight feet seems to be perfect for your kids. It should keep them both fit and entertained for hours on end. But how does the trampoline fare when it comes to security and quality? Well, there is only one way to find out – click for more….






SkyBound Atmos 8ft Trampoline

Skybound says they wanted to create new trampoline models that look good and don’t contain unnecessary gimmicks. They also focused on ease of installation and safety. We were impressed with the data, but is it as good in the real life? On hand we have the Atmos trampoline with the size of 8ft – click to see if Skybound managed to pull it off! SkyBound “Atmos” trampoline review!