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HUGE Trampoline Now £69.29 Was £139.98 @ B&Q

£69.29 @ B&Q
I was today in B & Q Bristol and at the entry was huge trampoline Now its £69.29 Was £139.98 Half price deal ! Photo added on bottom Read More
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7y, 10m agoFound 7 years, 10 months ago
I was today in B & Q Bristol and at the entry was huge trampoline

Now its £69.29 Was £139.98

Half price deal !

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#1
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#2
I was under the impression with these that they didnt come with the enclosure. If so would not recommend as highly dangerous. Always makes me laugh the peesed up people on you been framed that go flying off the edge after a few drinks too many. Couple of broken bones later and theyre getting £250 for being on tv :-D
#3
I have done a reserve and collect for one today actually.

A 12ft one for £62 odd BUT I have also reserved the enclose for £60 and a ladder for £5, all had been reduced to those prices.

So I am off to collect it tomorrow £127 in total - I had been measuring the garden for the Toys R Us deal but the 14ft wont fit, thats obviously a great deal for £99 but I'm happy with the B and Q one I've ordered.

I agree though, very dangerous without an enclosure!
#4
Since when did trampolines without enclosures become dangerous? Falling off is dangerous. This country is soft :lol:
#5
OriginalSHare
Since when did trampolines without enclosures become dangerous? Falling off is dangerous. This country is soft :lol:


**Agree's** :-)

More health and safety bullc**p than anything else
#6
for all the people who end up living next to these i'd like say a great big thank you.....
#7
OriginalSHare
Since when did trampolines without enclosures become dangerous? Falling off is dangerous. This country is soft :lol:


I agree too. Trampolines are only dangerous if the users are either;

a) Drunk
b) Stupid or
c) Not taught to use them properly.

If you let six kids get on it at the same time, that's your own stupid fault if they headbutt each other and fall off. Mind you, it's damned funny to see.
#8
Got one of these 2 days ago from the Ipswich branch. The price was £62. I set it up yesterday and it seems good quality.
#9
Bought the trampoline and enclosure on Saturday. Really easy to put together and well made. Enclosure is really strong also, as I have seen some flimsy ones. Would recommend.
#10
dantoe12
for all the people who end up living next to these i'd like say a great big thank you.....


Know what you mean - the lad 4 doors down from me has one and can see in our garden! He is on it from early morning till late at night - bet his immediate neighbours love it!!!!
#11
caron32
Know what you mean - the lad 4 doors down from me has one and can see in our garden! He is on it from early morning till late at night - bet his immediate neighbours love it!!!!


what great exercise for the lad, beats sitting in front of the tv, :-)
#12
bizzyme
I have done a reserve and collect for one today actually.

A 12ft one for £62 odd BUT I have also reserved the enclose for £60 and a ladder for £5, all had been reduced to those prices.

So I am off to collect it tomorrow £127 in total - I had been measuring the garden for the Toys R Us deal but the 14ft wont fit, thats obviously a great deal for £99 but I'm happy with the B and Q one I've ordered.

I agree though, very dangerous without an enclosure!


Quality wise, how does it compare with the T-R-U 14 foot one? I'm assuming this is a 12footer.

Charlie Brown
#13
Good deal but I got mine from littlewoods, 14 foot with enclosure £83 from hotukdeals about a month ago so if you missed that get this. :)
#14
charlie brown
Quality wise, how does it compare with the T-R-U 14 foot one? I'm assuming this is a 12footer.

Charlie Brown


Not sure how the quality compares to be honest, the one I am getting is a 12ft one, as 14ft wont fit.

Regarding the dangerous aspect of not having an enclosure my kids are 9, 7 and 5 so I think they would be dangerous without one - as the kids get older then its not an issue is it :thumbsup:
#15
The only problem with the B&Q ones is the cover that hides the springs has fell to bits and I am not sure if you can buy them on there own? Will be going back today to find out.
#16
good price, we got the 8ft for £54 ish with enclosure when they had a deal on here month or so back. they are a good trampoline, but the blue plastic cover that covers the springs is very poor quality i would def recommend paying the extra £5 or so to get a weather cover (these fit even when enclosure is on). if you dont protect the blue edge bit i dont think it will even last 1 year as no sooner than you fit it you can see wear spots & stitching coming undone, i have been at ours a couple of times with a needle & thread & its only 1 month old. but to be honest i think most of them are like this, most of the display ones i have seen elsewhere look as bad as this one.
#17
The ultimate 'chav' accessory !! - the fad will soon fade.....and probably already is looking at the price reductions!.

I cant think of a more hideous thing to have in a garden.
#18
spenspuma
I cant think of a more hideous thing to have in a garden.



thats prob cause you dont have kids who would enjoy this.
we got our kids a trampoline about 8 years ago and without doubt it is the best value thing we ever got them

they are 17, 15,14 now and still go on it all the time.


oh and we never had an encloseur and never had an accident ( although when they were smaller we would be out watching them) but the want one now so they can bounce of it as well
#19
Who needs an enclosure, if they fall off they will learn. I use to go on a full size gymnastics one and all we had were 2 trees as spotters :P
#20
caron32
Know what you mean - the lad 4 doors down from me has one and can see in our garden! He is on it from early morning till late at night - bet his immediate neighbours love it!!!!


Our next door neighbour's kids' can see into our garden perfectly well without the assistance of a trampoline. Then again, the fence is only 1m high and we frequently hold conversations with "over the garden wall". I really don't understand people who like to shut themselves away in their gardens like a prison.
#21
wibbleboy
I really don't understand people who like to shut themselves away in their gardens like a prison.



When im bolloky buff out tanning my neither regions last thing i want is some kids peering over the fence LOL ! :whistling:
#22
that looks like the trampoline on display.. at bristol??
am i correct? :-)
#23
wibbleboy
I really don't understand people who like to shut themselves away in their gardens like a prison.


Its called 'privacy'

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