Would love to get my 3 girls a trampoline for their joint birthday present in February, would love to find a good quality one but where can I buy them from?

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  • I think Vuly is one of the best in the market. Just keep an eye on Toy r us sales, you can get a combo including the tend, steps and sometimes delivery.

  • Oh wow that is definitely not good at all

  • Some brands are made in countries from which spare parts are readily available….also accessories.
    We bought a Vuly sprighfree one. We were lucky because we fluked a special sale..even better still it came with a bonus tent. Great for sleepovers in good weather when the kids are older. We got one that has a short entry spce so that if one of them fall they can’t slip off. There was recently a tragic accident where a child fell through the opening which wasn’t zipped shut down far enough because of the way it was made. hit her head on the outer support of the base and died in hospital from head injuries

  • Thanks for all your answers we found an awesome one in Aldi, good quality and cheaper than others. Thanks again!

  • We got ours from Toys R Us. Be warned, they take a while to set up – a good couple of hours. Trampolines are great though – good exercise and encouraging kids to be outside. I’m sure yours will love it!

  • we have had our target trampoline 8 years or so – lasted for a few years then had a small tear in mat so I inquired about price of replacement and was able to get a new mat & pads free under warranty – the netting has been replaced over time but more due to children holding onto it as they are jumping. But depending where you are keeping it – everything eventually deteriorates out in weather.

  • spring free are gaining popularity for sure! depends on how much you want to spend. big w is great!

  • Toys R Us and Sports shops all have good trampolines and they should have a wide range.

  • Have a look at Yeti trampolines. Same company as Big Air but these have the thickest safety padding available in Australia and on sale quite often so you can get them for a good price. From my research Springfree Trampolines are the best (but also quite $$), Big Air and Yeti are middle of the road and Kmart and then like are the cheapies which also tend to get good reviews but we opted for the best safety padding.

  • There are so many around to choose from, when choosing one its also to reserch the cost of replacemnt parts, eg the net and the spring cover that covers the springs. we have a action one from toys r us. We have had it a few yers nw and have now just needed to replace the net and spring cover and it is once again as good as new.

  • see bought a Springfree Trampoline about 18 month ago and love it. You have to order on-line or over the phone and they deliver. You pay extra for installation. We chose to assemble ourselves and from that experience, as much as it is very do-able, make sure you have 2 adult men to help!

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