Ultega Jumper Trampoline with Safety Net

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  • If a trampoline is on your list for this holiday, this might be the deal for you. With an original list price around $400 and most recently averaging about $300, this Ultega 14′ Trampoline with Safety Net has a great price and over 300 reviews averaging out to 4.3 out of 5 stars.

    Trampolines are one of the favorite outdoor play things for children. Almost every child loves bouncing on a trampoline in their yard. However, trampolines also can cause serious injuries if not used properly. Modern trampolines come with safety nets to help keep children safe. If you have an old trampoline and want to install a net to make it safer, or if you lost the directions to your new trampoline and need to install it again, then these instructions are for you. This project should take about a day to complete. Once finished you can have peace of mind knowing that children are safe playing on your trampoline.

  • Trampolines are creeping up in price and you may not want, or have the room for a massive one in your back yard. Amazon Seller: Beyondfashion are selling a 4.5ft Outdoor Trampoline with Safety Net for just £53.98 including FREE delivery.

    The 4.5ft Outdoor Trampoline with Safety Net is ideal for those that are little or have never had a Trampoline before. It's ideal for compact gardens too.

  • These nets are designed for trampolines with safety net enclosure poles that are completely straight (pictured to the left). They usually have blue caps at the top where the net connects using bolts.

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These nets are designed for trampolines with safety net enclosure poles that connect at the top of the net, similar to "n" or upside-down "u" shape (pictured to the left). Your net may attach to the pole with buckled straps, or your net may have a sleeve that the pole would fit through.