Vuly Trampolines Buying Guide
Hi, I’m Jack from Vuly Play. If you’ve recently been looking at purchasing a trampoline, there’s a few key things to consider before going ahead with purchase for you and your family.
Now the first thing to think about when buying a trampoline for your family comes down to size.
Now this one here is the 12 foot, or we at Vuly call a large. This is super important because you want to male sure there’s enough clearance around the backyard and above the trampoline when positioning it.
Now choosing a trampoline with either springs or springless is another is another very important option to consider when purchasing a trampoline.
Unlike traditional springs, the springless trampoline uses better technology which in most cases helps provide a better bounce and also reduce the risk of injury.
But if you do find that a spring trampoline is right for you, make sure it has good quality padding, ones you can flip over to last you even longer.
Now, another very important factor to consider when purchasing a trampoline is making sure it has a safety net.
Not only does it have a safety net, but making sure those springs are on the outside of that safety net because your kids safety is number one.
Make sure that net does last. You can even ask the manufacturer or supplier what material it’s made of and how UV resistant it is.
Make sure to inquire or ask about the frame of the trampoline when you’re purchasing.
Specific thing to watch out for is making sure it has a galvanized finish, other added features are also to have a black powder-coated finish and now these two things specifically help protect against rust and also increase the longevity of your trampoline.
Now another important thing before purchasing your trampoline is to find out how much weight it can take.
Australian Standards actually say that a trampoline should be tested for five times the static weight of whatever minimum weight rating you claim.
This means a trampoline officially rated for 150 kilos can take up to 750 kilos of static load.
You should make sure the trampoline you choose actually does pass the Australian safety standards and has been fully tested for the weight rating they claim.
Australian Standards are not mandatory so always ask the manufacturer about them.
Does your trampoline come with a fitted shade cover to help protect the kids from when they’re jumping?
We all know how strongly UV is in Australia is so this is a very important factor to consider when purchasing a trampoline.
Now make you ask the manufacturer about the warranties before purchasing. Every trampoline should come with at least a 5 year warranty and you should always be able to purchase replacement parts outside of this period.
How easy is the assembly process? You don’t want to be struggling all afternoon in your backyard.
Make sure you check for video guides, does the installation use nuts or bolts, or dies it use push button which we know is a much easier time for installation.
Now on the fun side of things. You want to make sure you chose a trampoline which has a lot of accessories which you can attach to it seeing such as the basketball set or tent walls are going to give your kids heaps of use into the future and make sure that they’re going to get the most use out of their trampoline.
Now by following this simple guide, you can’t go wrong with purchasing the perfect trampoline or you and your family.
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