The more springs, the better. At least, if jumping performance is important to you.
Since weight and force are distributed among the springs, fewer springs mean that more weight and force is exerted on each, causing them to stretch out and lose their effectiveness much more quickly.
With a respectable 72 springs on the 12-foot model and a more impressive 108 springs on the 15-foot one, this trampoline shouldn’t suffer from degraded performance any time soon.
A Little Spring in Your Step
The springs themselves are also built to last longer than some cheaper alternatives thanks to their rust-resistant coating. On the downside, they are only 7 inches long, making them both less powerful and not as long-lived. Compare that figure to the 10-inch springs on the Acon Trampoline Air Sport HD and it’s clear which one will give you more bounce for longer.
However, some people aren’t looking for a lot of bounce. It’s also possible that you don’t want to encourage your children to try doing backflips or achieve the heights they could using something like the Acon.
If you prefer a well-built trampoline that offers a more sedate experience, this is a good place to start.
Average Among Superior Products
There aren’t very many things that make this trampoline stand out from the others we’ve reviewed. On the other hand, keep in mind that these are all premium, highly popular brands known for satisfying their customers.
However, being a middling product offering decent value isn’t necessarily a drawback. A lot of people aren’t looking for an extravagant trampoline with extra features or incredible rebound for Olympic-level training – they just want something simple. When faced with so many options, it’s difficult to know which one to buy. In this case, a top-selling model with a very sturdy construction might be just what is needed.
Unlike some of its competitors, this trampoline is pretty easy to put together, while customers are generally quite pleased with the company’s customer service.
Importantly for people living in areas with fickle weather, it comes with a rain cover, is resistant to damage from sunlight and tough enough to survive tree branches blown down by heavy winds.
- It comes with a rain cover that will help it last longer outdoors.
- The rust-resistant, galvanized steel frame will stand up to outdoor elements and the test of time.
- The ladder makes it easier to climb on and off this trampoline.
- The 12-foot option has only 4 W-shaped legs, which means it may not be as stable as some other models.