The Skywalker Trampolines 40 In. Round Lily Pad Adventure Bouncer with Enclosure is a trampoline designed for kids ages 3 to 7. The parents will love to have it for their kids with the level of safety that has come into producing the trampoline.
Here are some key features of the product:
- Gapless enclosure – secures the jumpers to stay inside the trampoline or bouncer
- Padded enclosure frame and 360-degree handle – provides support and something to hold on to when the kid is bouncing
- Stretch bands used to attach the mat to the frame – provides a soft bounce and security from pinched fingers
- Assembled Dimensions: 40 in x 40 in x 56 in – smaller compared to some of the other trampolines or bouncers for kids which measure up to 60 in.
- Weight: 19.6 lbs – very lightweight but heavy enough to render the trampoline stable
- Load Capacity: 100 lbs – covers the range of weights of the kids who will be using the trampoline
- Picture of lily pad on the mat – adds aesthetics and interest to the trampoline.
Tips on Assembling the Trampoline
Perhaps one of the major concerns when getting a trampoline besides the safety is its assembly. People give terrible reviews about a product all because it took them quite some time to figure out how to put together the parts. A product might be manufactured with highest quality but when the instructions in assembling it are not easy to follow; it will produce a bad impression.
For the Round Lily Pad Adventure Bouncer, it’s quite from the normal trampoline because it does not use springs but the procedures in assembling are actually the same as that of the regular ones. There are three basic steps in assembling a trampoline. The first is quite easy. You just have to connect the frame of the mat and the legs.
The second step is usually the trickiest part. When connecting the springs or the bands to the frame, it should not be done clockwise or counter-clockwise one spring to the next. Instead, the springs should be attached in the four equidistant parts of the frame. This means the north, south, west, and parts of the frames are the first ones to be attached with the spring. The next are the in-betweens going around the frame and then repeated until the springs or the bands are attached.
The last part is attaching the enclosure and its frame. The frame can be attached to the legs easily. With this trampoline, the enclosure is attached to the mat through “button-holes.” There is a correct position for the entryway of enclosure and that should be position first before the rest are connected.
Assembling a trampoline can be made easier if all the instructions are read first and understood. Some people offer to provide a clearer procedure in assembling the trampoline which can be found in the reviews of the products.