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ARGOS - Plum Products 10ft Trampoline and Enclosure. 368/2999 @ £99.97 WAS £199.95

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Plum Products 10ft Trampoline and Enclosure.

Provides hours of fun for kids all year round and encourages outdoor play and exercise

Tramp Klamp® bracket is a weld free bracket made from galvanized steel for rust free enhanced strength at the joints.
Stringent testing simulating 1,000,000 bounces for optimum safety standards.
Frame made from steel galvanized inside and out for rust free protection and offering increased strength and durability.
High quality zinc plated steel springs for rust free protection and extra durability.
UV protected thick padding over springs and frame, provides safe cushioning.
Durable jumping pad provides excellent bounce performance.
Easy to assemble with spring loading tool supplied.
Lifetime guarantee against failure due to rust for the play lifetime of this child it was purchased .

Enclosure:

Unique 3G Trampoline Enclosure® design seals the gaps.

General information:

Size H240, D305cm.
For outdoor use only.
Maximum number of users at one time: 1.
Maximum user weight 100kg.
For ages 6 years and over.

SAFETY INFORMATION:

Not suitable for children under 3 years old.
Only for domestic use.
To be used under the direct supervision of an adult.

Additional Information

CHILDRENS SUPERVISION OUTDOOR PLAY

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    farmergiles
    Good quaility bouncing item! Got this a few weeks ago at this price. Easy to put together and the kids love it. Our 2.5 yr old girl goes on it and loves it so don't be put off by the 6 years+ age rating. There are no ladders included so the toddlers can't get on unaided.
    sgibbons
    Got this last year when it was in Amazon for £99 delivered. Great item and well worth the £99. My wife, 3yr old and myself have been on it without it breaking (maybe 25st combined).

    Only put it up this April on a lovely sunny saturday; Our 3yr old spent the whole day on it only coming off for lunch. It blew down the road the following Tuesday and got all bent out of shape :(. After getting someone ot rebend all the bars its still useable and great fun though.

    So you might need to buy something to tie it down and steps (as stated by previous poster)

    S
    fruityloops
    Our neighbour bought this one last time it was on offer to replace their old focus one and they are disappointed with it and the enclosure has already come apart (they are awaiting a replacement). We got the Asda one at the same time after much research and they prefer ours as, according to their 8 year old, ours is far more bouncy.
    jaffacat
    we love our plum one, got this last year when on offer, great item only prob we had was when we moved house we couldnt dismantle the circle part, luckily the removal company was able to take it in 1 piece.

    Kids spend hours out there. to preserve it we remove the net and edging over winter so that the net remains intact and doesnt rot as the kids (5+2) dont go out on it when bitter cold
    type2jim
    Torn between this one and the ASDA one at £99, they both have good reviews, but hot anyway.
    http://direct.asda.com/Jumpking-10ft-Trampoline-Standard-Combo/000953739,default,pd.html
    kevharris
    mygirlsrveryloud
    got the 13ft plum trampoline & surround 18 months ago from argos on offer for £120 and its still in ex cond and I have 4 kids on it all the time!
    mymymy
    I ordered this one a few weeks ago with a 10 day delivery. Then i didn't get a call so i rang them and was told it was now 28 days. I asked for a refund as i had seen a better deal on the Asda trampoline. The enclosure netting is better than the Argos one as well.
    I was surprised at how small the box was so it fitted in my car easily.

    I am sick of the Argos delivery system. They are meant to call you to arrange delivery but they dont and just leave you waiting so cold from me
    paul.jacobs
    I bought a plum product, had a faulty part. Customer service is very poor, so avoid them
    woz747
    good deal
    Nth
    Nth2 years, 10 months ago #11Show comment tools Reply
    The net looks better constructed and neatly secured than other £100 trampolines out there.

    Ordered, thanks.
    jaffnaboy
    Ordered this yesterday, delivery date 25 June. Thanks
    McHotpoon
    Hi, brought the 8ft Plum Trampoline, pleased overall however noted that some connecters in the circular steel frame didn't fit together and needed some reshaping with a hammer (no doubt the Chinese worksmanship). Also noting "Tramp Klamp® bracket is a weld free bracket made from galvanized steel for rust free enhanced strength at the joints" i.e. Because of the shoddy Chinese metal and welding we have to use brackets because it would be too expensive to get good welding, this means it will take you alot longer to put together!

    Anyway does the job but may be a little hassel putting together....
    m00nie
    the asda one would be my choice if i were to get another. i like the extra sturdiness of the top of the net ring. the neighbours have the adsa one and seems to be out lasting our one as our net has gone saggy and the poles bending from the kids holding the nets..
    Juice21
    I got the Asda JumpKing one for £99, I must say the Enclosure is So good as it has a Tent Bendy Pole going round the whole top of the enclosure so it will never Droop. (The problem I had with my last Trampoline) I am wondering whether thiss Plum one will droop at the top eventually? Amazing price though so HOT.
    goodisongirl
    I bought this from Argos last summer & the enclosure lasted a few weeks....very poor quality. Took it back & replaced it with a trampoline in B&Q which is still going strong.
    Muffinsrevenge
    Good price, but alarmed by sgibbons comment above about this trampoline blowing out in the wind oO. I've got the Focus 10ft trampoline, and I cannot imagine it blowing out in the wind as it's quite heavy.
    hev034
    I've had the plum one and although the trampoline itself was ok the net lasted about 2 months, the poles ended up going through the top of the enclosure, the little rubber stoppers came of and that's what caused it. I bought the asda one last year and the enclosure is still, neat and tidy.
    LeeS
    LeeS2 years, 10 months ago #19Show comment tools Reply
    Does no one who owns one of these watch You've been framed?

    Even with a catch net, they are still an accident waiting to happen.

    Buy this and a video camera and let the £250 quids roll in!!

    No I'm not a nanny by the way....

    Edited By: LeeS on Jun 20, 2011 01:45
    mymymy
    LeeS
    Does no one who owns one of these watch You've been framed?

    Even with a catch net, they are still an accident waiting to happen.

    Buy this and a video camera and let the £250 quids roll in!!

    No I'm not a nanny by the way....


    Just a 'poetic justice' kind of person. :D

    I have rigorousley tested my ASDA trampoline and i can honestly say that i haven't broken it and no doubt the net saved my life loads of times. Even with alcohol spilt on it!!! :p

    I cant understand why so many people get the Argos one after the terrible reviews. The net is a major bug bear with most people because the design is wrong. Both my neighbours have Argos trampolines and their nets are both hanging down but mine looks brand new as its a better design.

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