So far we’ve been please with Kidwise products. They’ve usually been regular mid-range trampolines. Obviously, someone in the company thought that wasn’t exciting enough and decided to come out with an rectagonal trampoline. What was it like? Read more here!
The new model of the ever-popular Fit Bounce Pro trampoline has arrived.
Does the sweet sounding name of this trampoline translate into sweet performance? Well, read our review and you’re going to find out!
Those looking for a non-round trampoline are usually in for a ride. There’s not much to choose from and the trampolines are often not that great value. BouncePro saw the opportunity and offered this large 15 ft. square trampoline. Did they try to fit a square peg in a round hole, so to say?
While plenty of trampolines are marked as children-safe, there is still nothing better than a trampoline dedicated for children. This trampoline is an enticing option, but is it good enough to let your kid hop around on it? You’ll find out soon enough…
A luxury trampoline for a fraction of the price? Is such a thing possible? Well, we’d always err on the side of caution, but as we say, every trampoline deserves a fighting change. Let’s see how the Exacme unit performed. Read more
This unassuming trampoline comes in a generous package containing loads of extras, while promising great quality at the same time. Could this be the rebounder we’ve all been waiting for? Let’s find out!
We tried out one of the priciest JumpSport rebounders around to see whether it’s worth the premium over the JumpSport 250 and 350 that we already tested and were very pleased with. This is bound to be interesting! Ladies and Gentlemen, Model 570 PRO.
Review of Kinetic Trampolines Trampoline with Enclosure, 14ft Weight limit: 275 lb. Recommended Age: 10+ To begin with, the trampoline is kept upright with the help of 6 U-shaped legs (more than in some other budget trampolines) and the enclosure poles are well-shaped if a bit odd. They are covered with foam, though and the netting is sewn onto the mat. The pad is lackluster, unfortunately, since the manufacturer feels the net is enough… it
Another cheerful-looking kids’ (and adults’) trampoline on the market. How well does it perform? Our experts put it to the test.
The unfamiliar name proved to be a real dark horse of our trampoline reviews. We were quite happy with it, but should you get it as well? Well, there’s only one way to find out… by reading our review! Click here for our thoughts on Ancheer rebounder!
Zupapa is an unknown player in the world of trampolines. But unknown doesn’t mean bad – it can mean great value for a modest price. Is this the case here? Well, you know what to do…
Finally we managed to come across a something new and fresh in the world of trampolines. A somewhat forgotten but a very interesting niche is what we’re talking about – in-ground trampolines. Today we’ve had the pleasure of trying out the Jump Power 10×7.5 ft. in-ground trampoline. What were our thoughts about it? Well, there’s only one way to find out…
On review we had a fairly popular rebounder endorsed by and produced by David Hall’s company. He’s a famed entrepreneur and a motivational speaker who launched his own “Cellercise” rebounder, with purported additional health benefits compared to the rest of the mini trampolines. The expectations are high! Now, we’re always skeptical about such claims, so we naturally had to try it out…
This unique 13x13ft square trampoline by Springfree is bound to be of interest not only for trampoline enthusiasts, but to laypeople as well. There are plenty of high-tech gadgets to keep the adults interested, as well. Unique shape. Unique look. It means business. Were we swayed by it?
Read our Springfree Jumbo Square Smart trampoline review!
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.
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!
Another 15 ft trampoline on our review, this time a very affordable model from Giantex. Giantex is serious about this trampoline and expects a lot form it. But can this rampoline play with the big boys? Let’s find out together! Read our Giantex 15 ft round trampoline review!
Vuly 2 is a line of trampolines by the Australian manufacturer Vuly that is dead set on competing against the likes of similar high end competitors, like Acon Air and SkyBound trampoline line. It is priced well above the mainstream offerings, but costs markedly less than some of its upscale competitors. I
ExacMe, a fairly unknown but 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…
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!
This time we are reviewing a new trampoline from SkyBound, perhaps a bit new but already recognized 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 the right choice for you or your family! Click for a more detailed trampoline review…
Pure Fun is a manufacturer of fairly good trampolines at acceptable price points. Does this one continue the tradition? Read more here…
Are you in the market for a larger trampoline that is preferably rectangular, but would still like that the trampoline comes with all the safety bells and whistles? Don’t mind paying for a high-end trampoline? Then this heavy-duty 10x17ft sports trampoline from the Finnish manufacturer ACON just might be what you’re looking for… Read our review of ACON Air Rectangle Trampoline
SkyBound has always been one of the top companies when it comes to delivering on its 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…
This time we are reviewing Merax 7ft trampoline, made specifically 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? Let’s find out! Read our review…
These days we have had the opportunity to review a large, 12ft trampoline with a safety enclosure from a new manufacturer, Zeny. The price is astoundingly cheap, but so is the quality… Not all is lost, though! Read more…
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!
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 ft 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 an 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 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…
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!
Today we’re bringing you a review of the Jumsport 350 mini trampoline. It is similar to its brother, the Jumpsport 250, and features 32.5 inches of jumping surface. But is it worth the price premium over its cheaper brother? Its mat is made of special Permatron material and uses a springless rebound system. This makes it really quiet and ergonomic. The frame looked safe and sturdy. We were also satisfied with the warranty and the additional features that make this a worthwile buy. Read the detailed review here!
Trampoline review – This time we are reviewing Premium Oval trampoline which goes by the brand “JumpPad” but is generally made by JumpKing, the well-respected manufacturer. Is this trampoline worth buying? Read our review and find out!
JumpPad 8×14 foot Oval Trampoline – Premium or not quite?
From JumpSport we expect only the best. Did we get that with their new 10×17 ft. rectangle trampoline? With several new and patented JumpSport technologies, and with a price tag like this one, we surelly hope we did. But, just to be clear we reviewed this trampoline ourselves. Is this JumpSport “StagedBounce” rectangular trampoline worth the money? Read our review and see what we discovered.
ExacMe 16 ft trampoline – in case 15ft is not enough, for just several bucks more you can get an even bigger and improved version of the ExacMe T-Series trampoline, this time with included basketball hoop. Is it worth it? Well, read our review of the 16ft ExacMe trampoline and decide for yourself!
This time we are reviewing a 12-foot trampoline from a respected manufacturer – JumpSport. Their trampolines are currently well known for great quality, long warranty, and lots of innovative solutions. Is 12 ft. StagedBounce trampoline, trampoline which should provide fantastic bounce, worth of the money? Read our StagedBounce review and decide for yourself.