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Trampoline with Safety Net and Ladder - 15 Feet - Black and Blue
Trampoline with Safety Net and Ladder - 15 Feet - Black and Blue


 
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Price: $368.00

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Availability: Usually Ships in 24 to 48 Hours
Product Code: TRP15-AP

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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:

Bouncing around is not only fun but may also be healthy. Enjoy your day by jumping and bouncing for as long as you want, our trampolines provide fun and entertainment for the entire family and friends. Perfect for birthday parties and for daily exercising for your and your kids.


FEATURES:
  • 15 Feet Diameter Trampoline comes with a ladder for easy access and a high quality locking safety net for your safety;
  • Made of galvanized steel frame, high quality jumping mat with V-ring attachments and 8 row stitching, and comes with a safety pad made of EPE foam for your protection;
  • Frame: Galvanized Steel, 27 inches in height with 70 inches for a safety net;
  • Spring Count: 88 pieces. Legs: 5. Safety net: PE, thickness 8;
  • Maximum Load: 330 pounds;
  • Color: Black and Blue.
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ALEKO Trampoline with Safety Net and Pad
PACKAGE INCLUDES:

  • 1(One) ALEKO TRP15 15 Foot Trampoline With Safety Net and Ladder, Black and Blue

Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review »

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Good value for $250 July 8, 2017
Reviewer: P. Kane from United States  
Good value for $200.  Appears to be sturdy and should last a number of years.  Directions for assembly are poor yet passable with trial and error.One man install.  Took about three hours.  I needed help from my wife working the safety net sleeves down the safety net posts.- Leg direction should have the self drilling screw hole facing outward so it can be inspected for wear or loosening.- The T -joint piece looks like it is supposed to be screwed into the socket yet there isn't a pre-drilled hole nor enough screws provided.- You'll need the screws to affix the lower safety net post to the upper post.- I laid out the ring with spring holes up and then slipped each joint into the T-Joint.  The instructions pictured assembling the frame upside down and the flipping the unit over which is silly.- Don't over tighten the gold nut and bolt or it'll sheer off.- Afix the black end caps to the bottom and top of the safety net posts before installing the net.

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Good value for $250 July 8, 2017
Reviewer: P. Kane from United States  
ling the net.- When putting the springs on, place them every 5 or so to start stretching the mat.- Wear gloves or you'll get pinched.- The last quarter of the mat, you'll want to attach two springs end to end to shorten the gap and make placing single spings easier to install as the mat stretches,- Any D ring that became twisted vertically should be repositioned horizontally so as to not tear the stitching prematurely.  I like to swap out the spring also as the first springs installed get rely stretched out.- When installing the net, slide the upper pole into the net sleeve and the slip the upper post into the lower post and attach the self drilling screw and washer.- Try not to bunch up the pool noodle plumbing insulation.  Work your way around each post, easing down the sleeve.- In regard to the T-joint, I'm going to go out tomorrow and drill a pilot hole and attach some purchased screws.  It is unlikely the leg will work itself out yet will fall out while moving the assembled frame.

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Five Stars May 21, 2017
Reviewer: Svetlana Klachanova from United States  
Like the blue one. Good quality material, strong ledder, and the most loving item for kids. Recommend.

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