The Original Toy Company Fold & Go Trampoline (TM)

February 21, 2015 - Comment

3 years & up. Simply open up the frame, screw on the legs, bolt on the handle and it is ready for use. Both frame cover and handle grip are padded for extra safety and the durable frame finish allows for indoor and outdoor use. Easy to store when not in use – just unscrew

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3 years & up. Simply open up the frame, screw on the legs, bolt on the handle and it is ready for use. Both frame cover and handle grip are padded for extra safety and the durable frame finish allows for indoor and outdoor use. Easy to store when not in use – just unscrew the legs and remove the handle bar. Instructions and tools included. Suitable for weight up to 150 lbs. 36″ diameter.

Product Features

  • From Box to Bounce in less than 5 minutes; Unfold your trampoline – Screw on the legs – Attach the handle – Bounce – Repeat
  • Disassembles just as easily and its ready for travel or storage
  • Great for Special Needs kids
  • Circular Safety Pad attaches with ease for extra safety
  • 36 inch diameter; Rated for 150 pounds

Comments

Susan C says:

Easy to put together – no bungee cord to break! This is a great find! I am astonished that there are no other reviews of this mini-trampoline on Amazon (or anywhere else that I could find, for that matter)! I purchased this trampoline for my very active 4 year old boy, and we are very happy with the quality. I read reviews of all the other similar products on Amazon, and they shared two things in common: (1) difficult to assemble and (2) a bungee cord that breaks after heavy use. This trampoline does not have a bungee cord, instead the jumping surface comes pre-attached to the steel frame with about 16 heavy-duty straps. All you have to do is unpack it and attach the legs and handle, and you’re ready to go! This trampoline will fold up for storage, although not flat. It folds up enough that we can store it in a closet if we want to.

Frank W. says:

Should be called, “Completely Disassemble and Go” Trampoline” Purchased this for my 5 year old daughter for Christmas. Fortunately I ordered it early because the price jumped $50 from November to Christmas Day. I had to give it 3 stars because it is rated up to 150 pounds which is important because we are a very tall family and my 5 year old is already over 4 ft tall with the weight that goes with that. I wanted her to be able to use it longer than a year and it looks like she will be able to do that because it looks very sturdy. However, the misleading name of “Fold and Go” and the construction of it made me want to give it 1 star. It would have been easy to put together if 1) the directions were clearer and 2) the holes were drilled properly. All was good in the construction until we realized that the holes that are drilled in the handle and the sleeve on the trampoline where the handle fit into were not aligning. We tried switching the bars around to see if it made any difference, but it did not. Thankfully my husband is insanely strong, so…

PI says:

Best safety trampoline currently available-see quick tips I purchased this trampoline for my almost two year old son who has some sensory processing issues (low auditory and tactile registration)and mild gross motor delays. He absolutely LOVES it and plays with it many times every day (often saying “Jump! Up! Happy! Happy!”). He is calmer after bouncing, more attentive to our spoken language and more talkative. My older daughter (14 years old) also loves it. Fortunately she weighs under the 150 pound weight limit. How many toys are pure awesome for two kids with such a big age difference? 

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