My First Trampoline

 

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Is your little jumper ready for their first trampoline, but not sure which one to buy?  Try My First Trampoline… the name says it all!  It is 38in x 38in with a hand rail for safe jumping.  It is compact and easier to assemble and can fit virtually anywhere.  This sturdy trampoline will give you years of enjoyment.  My First Trampoline is a very reputable  brand that has been around for many years.

Kids Trampoline

It is a known fact, children love trampolines!  What is better than flying through the air with your friends?  And let’s face it parents… there is no better and easier way to release your children’s  energy! The questions is, what is the best and safest kids trampoline??

 

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I would suggest this Upper Bounce kids trampoline with complete enclosure system.  This trampoline has everything included so you do not have to search around for additional parts for your trampoline.  You can trust this enclosure for your children’s safety, no matter how rowdy they get!

Toddler Trampoline

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What better gift for you child than a toddler trampoline?!  These are perfect for those rainy days when your children are stuck inside with nothing to do. We have a wide variety of sizes depending on the age of your child, so no one gets left out!

I would suggest the Lil’ Roo toddler trampoline.  It is easy to assemble and compact which makes it capable of being in virtually any room in your house (or outside).  It also has a hand rail for the upmost safety of your little one.  This will accommodate children under 77 pounds.

 

Rectangle Trampoline

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In the market to buy a trampoline, but not sure which one to get?  You might want to consider a rectangle trampoline. Why you ask?  Rectangle trampolines are more sturdy than round trampolines and actually have a greater bouncing surface.  Who doesn’t enjoy that?!

Rectangular trampolines offer a higher bounce and absorb more landing impact than that of its round competition.  Round trampolines tend to direct the jumper toward the center of the mat, restricting and limiting the jumpers surface area.  While rectangle trampolines offer you the freedom to where ever your heart desires!

Although a rectangle trampoline is a bit more expensive, it will last longer than a round trampoline making it a better investment.  Take a look at the different sizes of rectangle trampolines that we have on our website.

Skywalker Trampoline

One of our most popular brands of trampoline is the Skywalker Trampoline brand.  They have a wide range of sizes, shapes, and colors along with an extensive list of replacement trampoline parts.

If you need to replace a part for your trampoline you can find a list of the parts in the Skywalker trampoline section on our website, or search parts by model.  From there you can chose parts that are model specific to your Skywalker trampoline.

Are you interested in buying a Skywalker trampoline but having difficulty finding one?  Click here for all of our complete Skywalker trampolines which come with the trampoline and enclosure unit.

Trampoline Parts

Finding trampoline parts can be a tricky task, and sometimes it can be overwhelming!  There are some key things you need to know to ease the pressure of finding the correct trampoline parts.

The most important thing to know in order to get the correct replacement trampoline part is the frame size.  All you need to do is a grab a friend, and measure the outside edge of the frame directly across to the other outside edge of the frame.  It is key to make sure there is no slack in the measuring tape when doing this, which is why you need someone to help you.  Click on the links to see a diagram of how to measure the different shapes of trampolines (round trampoline , octagon trampoline, and rectangle trampoline).

You may also need to know how many trampoline springs are on your trampoline to get the correct trampoline parts.  This is pretty easy to find, you simply need to count how many springs there are on your trampoline.  It might help to mark the spot where you started with something so you do not get a wrong count.  If you have a square or octagon trampoline, you may also need to know how many springs are on each side.  Along with spring count, the length of the spring is important as well.  You will need to take a spring off of the trampoline (a spring puller may help) and measure hook end to hook end.  Try to find one that is the least stretched for a more accurate reading.

Finding the correct trampoline parts can be daunting, so do not hesitate to email our trampoline sales department if you need further assistance.  Just make sure to have the measurements listed above ready for us!

 

 

 

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