According to the manufacturer, Vuly Lift 2 is the longest-lasting Vuly ever, with a powder-coated frame and extra UV-resistant enclosure, perfect for American weather. We do know that it’s good, but let’s explain why!
Weight limit: 330 lbs
Available size: 10ft. 12ft. 14ft (M, L, XL)
The Lift 2 is a step up from the Vuly Ultra and Lite and contains a bit more bells and whistles. Design-wise, the electric yellow and blue mat (just flip it over to change color) look fresh and eye-catching (stick to the yellow version). The frame has an additional layer of powder coating making it pleasing to the eye – while preventing rust and salt damage at the same time.
In a nutshell, it comes with a tightly woven enclosure, an exceedingly durable mat, additional safety features, and an improved two-tiered spring system. If that sounds like a lot of mumbo-jumbo, it shouldn’t – all the features greatly improve the usability of the trampoline and aren’t there just for show.
Well, except for the Vuly HexVex. It is an interesting “game” that essentially consists of icons printed onto the mat. It wouldn’t even be that bad in and of itself, but the printing is quick to wear off. Even during the review, it already showed some slight signs of wear.
The netting truly is good with super tiny holes. It’s as safe as they say: digits cannot get stuck in there. There’s also the UV resistance, which is something we cannot verify, but there is no reason to distrust the manufacturer at this point.
With regards to the safety pad, the company claims it’s one-third thicker than the competitors. Well, it doesn’t feel any special – not that it’s bad. The enclosure is self-closing, so there is no fiddling about with Velcro straps or zippers.
The springs themselves aren’t that long in fact, but the two-tiered system helps stabilize the bounce and improve responsiveness. They are a bit wider than the competition, and the metal is thicker as well. The mechanism consists of two rows of springs, where one row is slightly below the other. If you weigh more, you’ll get a strong push from the bottom row too instead of a single slam onto the mat.
A plus: a basketball hoop is available, which can greatly enhance the fun. It’s not even that difficult to set up. The assembly doesn’t include nuts and bolts. Watch out for special promo sales as they often provide their tent, ladders, shades, and similar accessories free of charge, so you’ll get it extra with a trampoline. Have in mind that Vuly offers all replacement parts with a 50% discount if that spin can be called like that (only customers without trampoline would pay full price (basically consumers aren’t getting any discount and wholesalers are charged double).
As with all trampolines, the Lift 2 is available in several sizes, this time ranging from M to XL, as follows:
- Medium Vuly Lift 2 (10ft) – with its 215 lbs but only 8ft of usable space on the jumping mat, it’s a shame. It’s only suitable for children from 2 – 7 years of age. Not that the trampoline can’t take it, it’s just the fact that for the most fun you just need more space to jump. There are 63 coiled steel springs, 5.55″ long. For its size, pretty good.
- Large Vuly Lift 2 (12ft) – weighting 262 lbs, its 72 springs can give a boost while the frame handles the forces. There is a good amount of jumping space, even for older teenagers.
- Extra Large Vuly Lift 2 (14ft) – 306 lbs weight, 90 springs, 5.55″ inches long, can provide a nice lift. it’s the Vuly I would recommend as it’s finally large enough (12.2ft of usable space) to accommodate the whole family. from youngest members to seniors.
A plus: a basketball hoop is available, which can greatly enhance the fun. It’s not even that difficult to set up. The assembly doesn’t include nuts and bolts. Watch out for Vuly sales as they often provide their tent, ladders, shades, and similar accessories free of charge, so pay attention.
Warranty on Vuly Trampolines
The warranty is Vuly standard 10 years of frame and poles, 5 years on springs and mat (fantastic!), and a year on the safety net, net poles, and pads. The extended warranty for the latter is available for a price, but we don’t think you’d be getting your money’s worth there. Don’t get it would be our advice.