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Upper Bounce Trampoline and Enclosure with Different Sizes

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Upper Bounce turns the outdoor into a fun-filled and safe play area with a durable and big outdoor trampoline. Upper Bounce Trampoline and Enclosure Set Equipped with the New Upper Bounce Easy Assemble Feature comes in five different sizes: 7.5 ft, 12ft, 24 ft, 15 ft, and 16 feet. The enclosure is specially designed to be taken apart easily for windy days or during the winter. It is also made from Terylene mesh material which is very tough and durable to keep the jumpers inside safe.

The frame and the legs of the trampoline are made from steel and are powder coated for a durable, rust resistant, and aesthetic quality. The coating protects the trampoline form the elements. The mat is made from premium polypropylene which is both flexible and durable. The steel frame and the springs are padded with 1 in foam which absorbs shock and resist moisture.

Choosing a Size

The trampolines come in different sizes which also mean different dimensions, weight capacity, and springs.

For the trampoline with a mat diameter of 7.5 ft:

  • Height – 90 in
  • Frame height – 25 in
  • Weight capacity – 250 lbs
  • Springs – 42 springs (5.5 in)

For the trampoline with a mat diameter of 12 ft:

  • Height – 98 in
  • Frame height – 34 in
  • Weight capacity – 330 lbs
  • Springs – 72 springs (6.5 in)

For the trampoline with a mat diameter of 14 ft:

  • Height – 108 in
  • Frame height – 34 in
  • Weight capacity – 330 lbs
  • Springs – 96 springs (7.5 in)

For the trampoline with a mat diameter of 15 ft:

  • Height – 108 in
  • Frame height – 34 in
  • Weight capacity – 330 lbs
  • Springs – 96 springs (7.5 in)

For the trampoline with a mat diameter of 16 ft:

  • Height – 108 in
  • Frame height – 34 in
  • Weight capacity – 330 lbs
  • Springs – 96 springs (7.5 in)

Rating

  • Jumping Space: 10/10

All the sizes of the trampolines have great jumping spaces. The mat diameter is enough to accommodate 2 to 3 kids or teenagers as long as the weight capacity is not exceeded.

  • Longevity: 8/10

The trampoline itself lasts for a long time but there are people who have complained about how the enclosure and its poles easily broke.

  • Assembly: 8/10

The assembly takes up some time, around one hour or two but the instructions can be followed easily. Other trampolines take a long time to assemble because assembling them is confusing.

  • Security: 9/10

The enclosure offers very minimal gaps with the jumping mat. This provides protection to the jumpers. The padded frame and springs are also necessary safety features. The only problem is the possibility of the poles of the enclosure to give out easily. This would make the enclosure mesh unusable and part need to be purchased before the trampoline can be used with the maximum safety.

  • Portability: 8/10

Just like any other trampoline, the place where it is assembled is usually the permanent location of the trampoline until it needs to be taken apart to be stored away.

  • Quality: 8/10

The materials used in making the trampoline ensure its durability and longevity. The only major problem is the plastic used for the poles of the enclosure.

  • Value for Money: 10/10

The prices for all the sizes are actually cheap compared to other trampolines with the same size and with enclosures.

Susan Rissom

Susan Rissom

As a stay at home mom, Susan is always looking for ways to keep herself in shape and entertain her two rambunctious boys. She started exercising on a rebounder trampoline, and both she and her kids were hooked. Now she is helping other moms get fit, and showing them how much fun trampolines can be. When she is not bouncing on her new outdoor model, you can often find Susan at her sons' football games.
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