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10 Foot Trampoline and Enclosure only £89.99
Went in to my local TJ Hughes yesterday and saw this on sale, this was listed before by someone else but is stating it is Expired, which i can assure you it is not.

The price of this trampoline alone will have you leaping up and down, why not throw in a few back-flips and show the kids how it's really done! A great way to get them to take in some fresh air!

Made of weather resistant material for year round fun.

Easy to assemble
Meets or exceeds ASTM steel standard
Spring loading tools included
Gross Weight: 57.55 KGs
Weight Capacity: 200 lbs
Age: Suitable for Age 6+
Model Number: DP/07010
Collect from store and save on delivery
If ordering off the website delivery is an extra £15 so is £104.99 in total
Delivery 5-7 working days
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#1
Seems a good deal considering that the 8ft one from Argos with the enclosure looked difficult to actually get for the advertised £55.98.

This is an extra £35 premium on what they were advertising, so it may be voted cold due to this.

As some places are charging £90 for the enclosue alone, I'm voting hot, but I'd urge people to try the argos deal first.
#2
£15 for delivery!!:w00t:
#3
Good offer. That extra 2 Ft over the 8ft one makes a lot of difference.
#4
Kids will use this for years .... great investment for the garden if you have got the room.

Voted hot.
#5
"why not throw in a few back-flips and show the kids how it's really done! A great way to get them to take in some fresh air!"

I'll call my local A&E and get them to order some extra juvenile neck braces and casts in:thumbsup:
#6
The only thing I will point out with this type of enclosure is that it fits inside the trampolines foam outer and not like the argos one that fits on the outside of it...
Which means you will lose 1ft+ of the actual space on the trampoline...
Kim
#7
kimbo_frog
The only thing I will point out with this type of enclosure is that it fits inside the trampolines foam outer and not like the argos one that fits on the outside of it...
Which means you will lose 1ft+ of the actual space on the trampoline...
Kim
Yes but the one on offer at Argos is an 8ft one and surely this makes it safer for the kids if it fits on the inner as they wont be able to fall on the metal edges or springs :-D
#8
I saw this one in store on saturday.
Looked pretty good, plenty of bouncing space!
And like previously mentioned, the net is inside the springs so there is no risk of trapping your foot in the springs(ouch) therefore making it safer than the Argos one (IMO)
I would have got this one had I not purchased a 13ft last week.
Good deal, have some heat and rep x
#9
These thing are the modern day scurge of everyones garden.

They say they cause more disputes between neighbours than the leylandi / conifer!

I say BAN 'em!

Ba humbug! LOL
#10
The Trampoline Deals Are Back.... Run!!!:w00t:
1 Like #11
Bristle Hound
These thing are the modern day scurge of everyones garden.

They say they cause more disputes between neighbours than the leylandi / conifer!

I say BAN 'em!

Ba humbug! LOL

Damn straight - although I've not argued with the neighbour or their kids, it's way past being an annoyance. As well as hearing the sound of springs creaking we get constant bitching, moaning and crying from the kids over who's doing what when :x Parents seem to allow their kids to do whatever they please these days!
#12
And on the other hand - they are good exercise for kids, better than sitting infront of the tv (or computer:oops:) for hours on end.

I remember when I was young (about 2 years ago:whistling:) the neighbours moaning because we played football out the front. I'd much rather kids used their excess energy on a trampoline than hanging around street corners getting up to God knows what.

Give em a break.
#13
When I was young I walked to a park and played football, used my bike for pleasure and had a great time with both. Nowadays it seems kids are either shackled to the gate posts or have no desire to do anything other than sit in front of a [handheld] console. I understand the safety aspects and understand why the latter has come about in society.

I give kids a break when I think they deserve it, but rarely the parents... all too often trampolines, especially the enclosed ones, are used as nothing more than playpens for older kids.
#14
My daughter goes to trampoline sessions at the local sports centre and uses hers for practice. She's only 11 and I don't want her to "hang out" down the park after school/at weekends without an adult being there as unfortunately the local park is known for youngsters (who's parents just want them out of their way) causing trouble and taking drugs/drink.
Unfortunately, when you hear of children going missing/ happy slapping with their mobiles/drink & drug abuse and the like, are we doing wrong to want to protect them.
I know where my child is/what she is doing and with whom. And if that is playing on her trampoline - well thats fine. My neighbours don't mind in the least. They like to see children having a good time out in the fresh air.
#15
adamhearn
When I was young I walked to a park and played football, used my bike for pleasure and had a great time with both.
I give kids a break when I think they deserve it, but rarely the parents... all too often trampolines, especially the enclosed ones, are used as nothing more than playpens for older kids.


Then you like me were very lucky weren't you. As a parent nowadays, you can't just let your kids disappear to the park for the day and know they'll be back for tea.
People like you moan no matter what parents do. Get a life
#16
adamhearn
When I was young I walked to a park and played football, used my bike for pleasure and had a great time with both. Nowadays it seems kids are either shackled to the gate posts or have no desire to do anything other than sit in front of a [handheld] console. I understand the safety aspects and understand why the latter has come about in society.

I give kids a break when I think they deserve it, but rarely the parents... all too often trampolines, especially the enclosed ones, are used as nothing more than playpens for older kids.


how many kids u got?
#17
cassieismydoggie
I saw this one in store on saturday.
Looked pretty good, plenty of bouncing space!
And like previously mentioned, the net is inside the springs so there is no risk of trapping your foot in the springs(ouch) therefore making it safer than the Argos one (IMO)
I would have got this one had I not purchased a 13ft last week.
Good deal, have some heat and rep x


where is the 12 foot one from and is it any good?
#18
That's a great price for a 10ft trampoline and enclosure. Just ordered one and added rep added for shezbabe11. :thumbsup:
#19
This is from MSE and might be worth reading when considering this trampoline.

Don't be fooled by cheap trampolines!

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In the world of trampolines if it's cheap then it is usually due to it being cheap - by this I mean it WILL rust within 12 months, it WILL NOT be as strong as more expensive trampolines, it WILL NOT be as safe as more expensive trampolines.

If you went to John Lewis they would be selling just the 10ft trampoline not including the netting for over 5 times the price - they are simply not the same things.

What price you should be paying for a decent / safe trampoline

10ft - £500
12ft - £600
14ft - £700

With this you would get a frame that would take teenage / adult weights (Frames under £200 will break at the leg welds)

With this you will get longer springs and more springs - trampolines that can take the heavier weights obviously require stronger and more springs - if your cut price trampoline has short springs or have half as many as a proper trampoline bells should start ringing!

Safety - around every trampoline sold in the Uk are foam filled pads - these are called safety pads, however if you were to look at the pads before you purchased a trampoline again you will see why the price is what is quoted on the ticket, they are designed to safe you child's life if they impact the sold metal frame or springs. Walk in to TJ Hughes or B&Q (Only picked out as they are so widely available) and look at the pads, lay a single layer on the floor and punch it with your fist, if your hand is broken then chances are the child's fall will not be fatal, if you are screaming in the shop run out quick and get to an A&E department.

"...But the trampoline comes with a safety net", true but this will not last very long, take a look at the picture, look in the box, it is suspended by thin elastic from metal poles, think of it like an air bag to be used once if things go wrong. The elastic will break if fallen or bounced against, preventing injury for that occasion only. You would need to replace the elastic then. However kids prefer to think of it as a new toy to throw themselves against so usually breaks within the first week. It's a false economy to get a trampoline with net, you are better put the extra money from the net to increasing the size of the trampoline.

Only one at a time on a trampoline - it is very important that only one person at a time is allowed on the trampoline. Forgetting the fact that the cheap trampolines will not support the weight (they will twist and break / fracture the leg welds) the users will be pulled to the centre of the trampoline pad and bang heads together, plus if the second user lands while the first is still on the mat the elastic limit of the trampoline will have been reached and the user could break their legs / ankles as there is no more give in the springs.

Also note that if your child is good at trampolining they will bounce with their legs together, not spread apart, this doubles their weight instantly. A lightweight gymnasts could break most garden trampolines within minutes. Also round trampolines are useless for gymnastics you will need a rectangular trampoline, to give the same bounce required for gymnastic movements.

Many companies have jumped on (excuse the pun) the trampoline band wagon trying to offer cheaper prices but there is a limit to quality over price, and with something that could be as dangerous as a trampoline that line should not have been crossed. It has been now for the last 3-4 years and as such we have seen many recalls from most household names including TP Toys, B&Q, Plum Products, Hedstrom etc.

If in doubt ask how many and the length of the springs to give you an indication of the strength of the trampoline.
10ft should have 72 x 7 inch (18cm) springs
12ft should have 80 x 8.5 inch (22cm) springs
14ft should have 96 x 8.5 inch (22cm) springs

Any less that this then you will know corners have been cut
#20
Nice deal indeed, considering the 10 ft size and included Enclosure. A cover for the trampoline is also recommendable if you keep it outdoor the whole year round:):):)

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