Skywalker 15-Feet Round Trampoline and Enclosure Combo with Spring Pad, Green

June 10, 2015 - Comment

Plenty of room for backyard jumping fun with the Skywalker Trampolines NEW 15 ft. Round Trampoline and Enclosure. This 15 ft. Trampoline and enclosure combo will keep your children both entertained and active. The trampoline and enclosure features a frame assembly that uses heavy gauged rust resistant galvanized steel using T-sockets at each trampoline and

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Plenty of room for backyard jumping fun with the Skywalker Trampolines NEW 15 ft. Round Trampoline and Enclosure. This 15 ft. Trampoline and enclosure combo will keep your children both entertained and active. The trampoline and enclosure features a frame assembly that uses heavy gauged rust resistant galvanized steel using T-sockets at each trampoline and enclosure joint to create a secure and uni-bodied frame. The unique Stay-Put enclosure uses a gap free design attaching the enclosure netting directly to the jump mat v-rings using a ‘button-hole’ feature with no ropes to thread. All materials are made with durable UV protected material for increased weather resistance.

Product Features

  • Enclosure net interlocks to the jumping mat attaching the enclosure netting to the jumping surface at each V-ring eliminating gaps
  • Reinforced welded T-sockets stabilize the upper enclosure frame to the trampoline frame and prevents structural twisting
  • Frame constructed of 16-gauge galvanized rust resistant steel
  • Total of 96, heavy gauged 6.5 inch, gold colored springs provide superior bounce and are rust resistant
  • Extra wide UV protected spring pad is filled with 1 inch thick foam padding for comfort and durability
  • NOTE: Item comes in 2 boxes

Comments

Christopher B says:

Easy to assemble…IF… This trampoline is a very nice piece. It also is easy to assemble IF you pay carful attention to where the Door to the enclosure lines up BEFORE you attach the springs. The encolsue was pre-attaced to the jumping surface (which is nice) however the instructions we not clear as to where the door should line up. So after putting everything together and then getting ready to put the enclosure support bars on, I found that the bars did not line up with the grommets on the enclosure. I basically had to start all over… ARGH…. Christmas EVE in the rain….Great trampline. easy to put together. Just pay attention.

Busy Mom says:

Fun! I bought this trampoline after a lot of research. It had the best reviews and was a price I was willing to pay. My husband was able to put it together fairly easily with a little help in about an hour. He didn’t have any of the problems many of the other reviewers had putting it together…not sure why. My kids LOVE it. It gets used several times a day, rain or shine. Two of my kids were in pretty bad shape from too much computer use, so their backs were pretty sore at first. I suggest having your kiddos take it easy on it until they build up some strength. After about 2 weeks, they were good and get stronger every day. I have always told my kids they could not have a trampoline due to the high injury rate, but I was desperate for something to get them away from technology and out in the sunshine and moving. This did the trick! We have had some CRAZY storms this summer. So far the trampoline has not moved an inch in major wind gusts and the safety enclosure net has not been damaged at…

Jeremy says:

So far, no problems This trampoline came as described and was easy to install. I installed it in less than 1.5 hours by myself. The safety net came “pre-installed” onto the trampoline. According to the directions, you were supposed to slip the metal loops from the trampoline through the eyelet of the safety net. To my great pleasure this was already done, so all I needed to do was hook up the springs to the metal loops. I am not sure if every one of them is delivered pre-assembled like that, but it was nice and saved time. I dont see that it would be hard to do, but it would have been time consuming if I had to do it. 

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