Are you looking for a trampoline but can’t find one that fits exactly into a particular space?
If your backyard play space isn’t very large but you want to make the most of every square inch, you’ve probably thought about getting a trampoline that was eight, ten, or even 16 feet in diameter.
With typical diameters being 12, 14, and 15 feet, this Exacme trampoline breaks the mold by offering numerous size options.
There are actually 7 options in total for you to choose from; interestingly, all of these come with 7-inch long springs.
Most other companies vary the spring length depending on the overall size of the trampoline. The Skywalker’s 10-foot trampoline, for example, has 5.5-inch springs whereas its 15-foot option uses 7-inch springs.
What does this mean?
The typical 7-inch spring gives a lot more rebound than a similar spring measuring 5.5 inches. If you compare the experience a 15-foot trampoline offers with that of a 10-foot one, therefore, you’ll normally notice a significant difference.
Instead, Exacme products offer a very similar, though average, bounce regardless of their size.
What does change along with their size, though, is the number of springs each has. Topping out at 108 springs on the 16-foot model, this trampoline has more than enough springs per square foot to support the mat.
We’re also impressed with this trampoline’s maximum weight capacity. Though this pales in comparison to the 800-pound limit on the AlleyOOP and the Acon, the 225 to 398-pound maximum is very impressive considering the price of this intermediate-level trampoline.
- It has a pretty high maximum weight capacity.
- There are numerous different sizes to choose from.
- It comes with 7-inch springs regardless of the size.
- The net has its own legs for added stability and safety.
- Its construction reflects its price, not being suited to heavy, long-term use.