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Top 7 Best Trampolines Of 2017

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When you're to have some fun at home, a trampoline might be a nice investment. Depending on the size, shape and style that you purchase, trampolines can be quite expensive. A trampoline will most likely be assembled outdoors; that's why you should always try to protect it for safety reasons in order to make it last longer. When looking for a trampoline, always choose a more traditional brand or ask someone that knows about trampolines. Either way, here are some of the best trampolines on the market today.

7. ExacMe 15' Ft 6W Legs Trampoline

ExacMe 15' Ft 6W Legs Trampoline Review

The first on the list, the ExacMe 15' Ft 6W Legs Trampoline with safety pad and enclosure net and ladder all-in-one combo set. One of the most expensive on the list, but for the price, it is made of high-quality materials and can support up to 375 pounds. It has 6 W-shaped legs with 12 balanced contact points, much more stable and safe than other 4W or 5W feet trampoline on the market. Has a Heavy Duty 15FT Trampoline with enclosure and pad, also included is a ladder. Sturdy straps and ropes to secure net to the trampoline and a net door as the zipper to open or close. Rust resistant galvanized steel tube frame to ensure maximum durability. The price is currently at $390, and the assembled size is 15ft x 15ft x 9ft.

6. Zupapa 15 14 12 Ft TUV Approved Trampoline

Zupapa 15 14 12 Ft TUV Approved Trampoline Review

Another trampoline set that can support up to 375 pounds. TUV is a German organization that works to validate the safety of products of all kinds to protect humans and the environment against hazards for safety assurances. This set also includes an enclosure net, poles, safety pad, ladder, jumping mat and rain cover. Heavy gauged 7-inch springs provide superior bounce and are resistant to rust, and the frame is also galvanized 1.5mm thick steel to make it a more heavy duty. Jumping mat is made from heavy-duty, UV protection polypropylene for added durability and strength and 7 inch heavy gauged springs provide superior bounce. This trampoline set priced at around $400 but for the price, it is well built, and much better than average trampolines in the market today.

5. AlleyOop 14' VariableBounce Trampoline

AlleyOop 14' VariableBounce Trampoline Review

The third on the list is the AlleyOop 14' VariableBounce Trampoline set with safety enclosure. Made also from high-quality materials, this trampoline set would cost you around $1400 but what separates this from the other set is that, the stiffness of the spring can be adjusted. Perfect for anyone who wants to have a unique experience playing on the trampoline. The AlleyOop variable bounce trampoline measures 14 feet in diameter with a 24% more jumping area/surface and rigidity is made possible by a pre-galvanized heavy-duty steel tube frame with 1.9 inches in diameter. Jumpsport offers an exclusive lifetime warranty so you can be assured to get your money’s worth. Finally, this trampoline can support the weight up to 245 pounds.

4. Skywalker Trampolines 15-Feet Round

Skywalker Trampolines 15-Feet Round Review

The Skywalker Trampolines 15-Feet Round with enclosure and spring pad is perfect for the whole family. T-socket stabilizer reinforces the upper frame attachment prevents structural twisting. It has patented button-hole feature that will interlock the safety net for added reliability. Similar to the other trampoline on the list, the frame is constructed from 6 W-shaped heavy-gauge galvanized steel, making it resistant to rust. Assembled Dimensions are 15 feet X 15 feet X 9.5 feet. Can support up to 200 pounds and recommended for ages 6 and above. This trampoline is a stunning piece, and it also is easy to assemble, the whole family will surely enjoy having it in their backyard.

3. Ultega Jumper Trampoline with Safety Net

Ultega Jumper Trampoline with Safety Net Review

The Ultega Jumper Trampoline with Safety Net is one of the lowest prices on the list. If you want to own a trampoline and don't want to shell out a lot of money, then this may be the trampoline set you are searching for. The trampoline set can support weight up to 200 pounds. The set has galvanized steel frame and an L-shaped base to prevent it from tipping over. Trampoline safety net includes eight padded poles that can provide the highest level of security and the mat is attached to the frame by 88 springs for more weight and tension distribution. Even though this trampoline has sturdy legs that angle away from the trampoline, it will still not likely hold up in stiff winds. It is recommended to purchase additional anchors if you don't it want to move around in your yard.

2. Skywalker SWTC17BWS Oval Trampoline and Enclosure with Wind Stakes (17-Feet)

Skywalker SWTC17BWS Oval Trampoline and Enclosure with Wind Stakes (17-Feet) Review

The Skywalker SWTC17BWS Oval Trampoline and Enclosure with Wind Stakes are the largest on the list measuring at 17-Feet. The trampoline includes a set of 4 galvanized wind stakes, galvanized steel frame with reinforced T-sockets, enclosure net and spring pad filled with 1-inch thick foam padding. Maximum weight support is up to 200 pounds. The size of the trampoline is a bit wider, thus significantly increases the number of children that can play inside. The safety net was very durable, and the only gap was the entrance so make sure always to close the zipper to avoid any accident. Buying this trampoline set is already a bargain when it comes to durability and safety. However, this set does not include a ladder, but it won’t be that difficult to get inside it.

1. AlleyOop 10'x17' PowerBounce rectangular trampoline

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Last on the list is the AlleyOop 10'x17' PowerBounce rectangular trampoline. This type is one of the most expensive, at a price of $2700. Yes, it that expensive and its rectangular shaped too. Maximum supported weight is up to 350 pounds. The heavy-duty frame is made from pre-galvanized steel that is 2 inches in diameter. The unique design also improves the shock-absorption and bounce performance with the help of the high-performance 10-inch springs. The trampoline is expensive, but you get what you pay for. Having a trampoline at home can be very fun and also lets your children enjoy the outdoors.

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