Vuly Thunder Pro – a successor of the insanely popular Vuly Thunder Springless trampoline. Now, the real question is – Is it better than the old one? Let’s find out inside closer look at Vuly Thunder PRO trampoline.
Vuly’s mid-range trampoline option is already a bit above most people’s budgets, so is it worth splurging for compared to cheaper imports? Check our review of Vuly Lift 2 round trampoline and let’s find out!
Two mats and (almost) two rows of springs!? Whaat? JumpSport Power Double is easily the most innovative trampoline we’ve seen and we’re simply blown away. As they’ve said – Double the fun, Double the safety. Weight limit: 300 lbs (135kg) Size: 14 ft JumpSport AlleyOOP Power Double Bounce Features Design Our first impression when we saw this trampoline was that this is bound to be something good. And it turned out to be true (we’re
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
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
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…
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…
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!
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.
ACON Air 10 ft Trampoline Review – Model 3.0 with included Enclosure Coming from Finland but made in USA, this trampoline has very good overall specs and premium safety enclosure as its main highlight. Acon Air 3.0, the 10-foot trampoline is designed for children or younger teenagers. If you need something bigger, then check Acon Air 4.3 (14 ft) trampoline review or one of the best trampolines you can buy today – ACON Air 16
If you need a trampoline for kids up to the age of 13 then look no further as this trampoline is for you. Patented and innovative features will give your children the bounce they deserve while safety innovations on this trampoline will keep them safe, no matter what.
JumpSport SoftBounce Trampoline Review – this time we are reviewing JumpSport`s model SoftBounce, a trampoline made for children younger than eight years of age. As with all JumpSport`s models, the quality of this trampoline is unprecedented. Check out what this 14 ft. trampoline has to offer!!!
Review of Merax 10 foot Round Trampoline with included Enclosure Weight limit: 250 lbs (115 kg) Recommended for: Age 6 – 13 Specifications of Merax 10 ft. Trampoline As this trampoline feels very sturdy (more than anticipated), only 3 support legs scream for attention as there is a high risk of flipping over, especially when jumpers weigh more than 200 lbs. Frame: The frame is made from galvanized steel connected & supported by three W-shaped
The ACON Air 4.3, a 14 ft. diameter round heavy duty USA-made trampoline coming from a Finnish company, is a trampoline specifically designed to withstand all age groups while providing ease and comfort by giving by using the best parts available. A thick frame, long and last full springs, along with a powerful mat and strong enclosure will give you two things that only a few others offer – No weight limit and NO need for disassembly.
Review of AlleyOOp 14 ft “PowerBounce” Round Trampoline with Enclosure When AlleyOop 14 ft trampoline came into the review we knew that we will be reviewing one of the best trampolines we had on test. As a high-end brand of JumpSport, AlleyOOp 14 ft. PowerBounce is their exclusive model (and feature) which is constantly on top of all trampoline reviews – thanks to carefully chosen parts combined with innovations, making it one of the sturdiest,
This time we have an exclusive model of 15 ft round trampoline coming from JumpKing, a company well known for their brands Bazoongi /JumpPod and Orbounder. With such a long reputation in the manufacturing of trampolines, we expected nothing less than the best American trampoline. Let us see what this JumpKing 15 ft trampoline is capable of… Weight limit: 200 lbs (90 kg) Recommended for: Age 10+ Review of Bazoongi JumpPod 15 ft Round Trampoline
Pure Fun 15 foot Round Trampoline Review As one of bestsellers, Pure Fun 15ft trampoline is trampoline from which we expect a lot. This is the slightly renewed design of the trampoline from Pure Fun, and as explained below, comes with some major differences. Weight limit: 250 lbs (115kg) Price: (Note: trampoline enclosure is sold separately) Recommended for: Age 8+ Check price on Amazon Pure Fun 15 ft Trampoline Specifications First, we have to say
Vuly Thunder Trampoline Review – Thunder, the most exclusive trampolines are being sold under this brand. This time we are reviewing the round model which is offered in three sizes – 12, 14 & 16 ft. If you are thinking about why this model is so expensive then look at their promo image, where they landed an actual car on the mat without any consequences. Read detailed review…
BouncePro 14ft round trampoline is a trampoline aiming mainly for children as potential jumpers. As previous BouncePro models were involved in recall issued by CPSC in 2012, BouncePro did a lot on improving new generation of trampoline with improved safety -together with correcting flaws and errors they have also presented new safety feature included called “Spinner Flash Litez” – spinning and flashing led lights which are attached underneath trampoline creating glowing center point. Not only
JumpSport „Elite“ series of the trampoline is a 5* trampoline that will give you everything you ever wanted from trampoline – bounce, quality with superior performance, and maximum safety for a minimum chance of injuries. But it does come with a cost. Is it worth it? Check our review and decide for yourself.
SkyWalker 12 foot round trampoline is a cost-friendly trampoline. As with all SkyWalker trampolines, their quality is unquestionable. Read the full review of Skywalker 12 ft trampoline here…
Skywalker 15ft “Jump N’ Dunk” Round Trampoline Review This time we got our hands on one trampoline from which we had mind-blowing expectations – SkyWalker 15 foot round trampoline, this time with included basketball hoop. We knew that Skywalker was always producing top-notch trampolines (35 years in business), but never tried one of the biggest round trampolines they offer. Numerous ratings of 4* and above already gave us a clue that this trampoline must be
ExacMe 15 ft Trampoline T-series, trampoline with a crazy weight limit, low price, and great reviews, and probably one of the best deals you might get. Below average price coupled with a lot of free extras, create that sweet spot when it comes to trampolines. Are there any hidden surprises? Read our review about the 15 ft ExacMe trampoline!