Are you looking for a high-quality trampoline built to create extreme bounce for multiple jumpers?
Are you interested in trampoline acrobatics, or want to use one to improve your skills at something like diving or water skiing?
Do you want to push your limits and aim for a high-intensity, full-body workout?
If you answered “yes” to any of those questions (or if someone else in your household would), this is possibly the best trampoline for your needs.
One of These Things is Not Like the Others
One of the most noticeable differences between this trampoline and most others is its rectangular design. Rectangular trampolines create a lot more rebound than round ones, which is why nearly all professional, competitive trampolines are rectangular in shape.
Most backyard trampolines, however, are round. This is understandable, as most of us don’t really want to jump very high or allow your children to do so (competitive trampoliners often top out at over 30 feet). Round trampolines are also more forgiving when you land off-center.
Acon went in a different direction with this model, though, appealing to the daredevil inside you. The decision to go with a rectangular configuration automatically boosts its bouncing power. Add to this equation its 10-inch long springs, which are unmatched for length on our top-11 list, and you have a trampoline that should satisfy almost any athlete.
Extra Costs Mean Extra Benefits
We have to be honest here. If you want quality like this, you are going to have to pay more for it.
For example, another advanced trampoline that we reviewed is nearly as powerful, but cannot support the same amount of weight. That SkyBound Stratos Trampoline can hold only up to 330 pounds, whereas this one can hold 800 pounds (yes, that much).
It is also half the price of this trampoline. Which is the better choice depends on a balance between your budget and your intended uses.
Since this trampoline is capable of supporting up to 800 pounds, you can share it with other people, although, at only 10 by 17 feet, this might get a little crowded.
Mostly, this impressive weight rating is an indication of this high-end trampoline’s durable construction, including the frame, mat, and springs.
- Its rectangular design means that it creates a larger rebound with every jump.
- The 10-inch springs add additional power for higher bounces.
- It comes as large as 17 feet long, or smaller if you prefer.
- It can support up to 800 pounds so you can share the fun with friends.
- Ringing in at the top of our list for prices, this trampoline may be too expensive for some people.