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!
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!
When it comes to the safety of our children we tend to seek only one thing – ultimately a safe environment. And while some trampolines can be dangerous, SkyBound Super 7 blew away all myths around trampolines. Built with children`s safety in mind, SkyBound Super 7 trampoline is inside the top 5 safest trampolines for kids. Read our review of the Super 7 octagonal trampoline!
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