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Skywalker Trampolines 12-Feet Round Trampoline Review

Skywalker Trampolines 12-Feet Round Trampoline and Enclosure with Spring Pad is designed to deliver fun through a great bouncing experience and ensured safety. Both the kids and the adults will love it with a size capable of accommodating 2 persons. The spring pad is made from 72 springs which ensure a strong bouncing performance. The structure of the trampoline is reinforced with T-sockets to make sure it will hold the weight of the jumpers. The enclosure net is attached to the mat which guarantees a gapless enclosure.

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Features

The material used for the construction of the trampoline frame is galvanized steel. This type of steel is proven to withstand heavy loads and resist wear and tear. The frame is also padded with foam and coated with vinyl for added safety. The entire structure of the trampoline is UV-protected to enhance is durability and resistance against the harsh UV rays.  The 6 legs are smartly designed into W-shapes which provide stability especially during bouncing.

The 72 springs are made from rust resistant material so its bouncing power will still last for years to come. The size of the entire trampoline after assembly is 12-feet width x 12-feet length x 9-feet height and its weight is 99 pounds. The weight capacity is 200 pounds.

The product has undergone testing and meets the safety standards of ASTM.

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Pros

  • Durable materials of construction
  • Multiple levels of safety and durability
  • Big load capacity
  • Warranty

Cons

  • Assembly takes time
  • Not designed for extreme weather

Rating

  • Jumping Space: 8/10

The wide area and big load capacity allows for more than one person to use it and for adults to feel safe when jumping inside it.

  • Longevity: 9/10

The amount of work and thinking in designing the trampoline has made it into a sturdy, stable and durable structure which will last for years. There is a warranty for the product in case something happens to it. The warranty covers the trampoline frame and the materials.

  • Assembly: 9/10

Understanding and using the instruction manual will help shorten the amount of time in assembling and disassembling the entire trampoline.

Extreme cold weathers will require you to take down the trampoline but it should take only a short time once you get used and become familiar with how the product is assembled and disassembled. Putting sandbags on the legs of the trampoline is enough so that it will not be toppled by strong winds.

  • Security: 9/10

The manufacturers understood the concern of the people for their safety so they have made the trampoline as safe as possible by constructing it with the necessary safety precautions like the gapless enclosure, the W-shaped legs, the padded frames and the T-sockets reinforcement.

  • Portability: 9/10

The trampoline weighs 99 pounds which is enough to be transferred to a different location without needing to many people or disassembling the entire trampoline. The trampoline is best suited for the outdoors because of its size.

  • Quality: 9/10

The trampoline meets ASTM standards and is sure to be very durable and sturdy.

  • Value for Money: 9/10

The product is priced right and you really get what you will pay for.

Daniel Garcia

Daniel Garcia

Dan is a fitness trainer at a local Washington D.C. gym, where he encourages his clients to incorporate the trampoline into their workouts. According to Dan, "jumping on a trampoline is a great cardio workout, that is actually fun." While he does admit that some of his clients are a little hesitant, in the end they all seem to have fun. When Dan is not writing about the benefits of jumping on a trampoline, he can often be found browsing the local antique shops.
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