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My 1st Trampoline only £25.00 @ B&Q

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7y, 4m agoFound 7 years, 4 months ago
Great for toddlers!. My 1st trampoline is suitable from 3-6 years and been reduced from £57.98.
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#1
many thanks, reserved one for collection
#2
http://s7g1.scene7.com/is/image/BandQ/0000005199556_001i_v001_zp?&$210x170_generic$
#3
got mine!!
#4
Ordered mine to, good price, thanks.
#5
reserved
#6
Behold the new satellite dish! Yes the trampoline in the front garden is the new Chav-Status symbol of the 'Noughties.Usually 'fixed' on a slope .. like the leaning Tower of Pisa - these delightful kiddie-cages have the bizarre attribute of allowing your little 'uns to bounce upwards then fall to left or right (depending on which awkward angle it sits on) on to the 'safety' netting. A rather odd sight ... bounce up .. hit the net .. land. Bounce up .. hit the net ... down. Repeat. Awful. However... at this price .. buy .. realise your error .. get it t'next 'boot sale! ;-)
Bah! Humbug!

Yours Sincerely

Bruce Meldrew-Bonus
#7
Acidents waiting to happen!
#8
BruceEBonus
Behold the new satellite dish! Yes the trampoline in the front garden is the new Chav-Status symbol of the 'Noughties.Usually 'fixed' on a slope .. like the leaning Tower of Pisa - these delightful kiddie-cages have the bizarre attribute of allowing your little 'uns to bounce upwards then fall to left or right (depending on which awkward angle it sits on) on to the 'safety' netting. A rather odd sight ... bounce up .. hit the net .. land. Bounce up .. hit the net ... down. Repeat. Awful. However... at this price .. buy .. realise your error .. get it t'next 'boot sale! ;-)
Bah! Humbug!

Yours Sincerely

Bruce Meldrew-Bonus


:-D:-D
#9
Nice spot - reserved one.

Heat and Rep added :thumbsup:
#10
BruceEBonus
Behold the new satellite dish! Yes the trampoline in the front garden is the new Chav-Status symbol of the 'Noughties.Usually 'fixed' on a slope .. like the leaning Tower of Pisa - these delightful kiddie-cages have the bizarre attribute of allowing your little 'uns to bounce upwards then fall to left or right (depending on which awkward angle it sits on) on to the 'safety' netting. A rather odd sight ... bounce up .. hit the net .. land. Bounce up .. hit the net ... down. Repeat. Awful. However... at this price .. buy .. realise your error .. get it t'next 'boot sale! ;-)
Bah! Humbug!

Yours Sincerely

Bruce Meldrew-Bonus


I completely agree. Everyone should keep there kids indoors, preferable in a darkened room witha ps3 and free acess to crisps and sweets. Its a myth that getting out and exercising is good for you:whistling:
#11
BruceEBonus
Behold the new satellite dish! Yes the trampoline in the front garden is the new Chav-Status symbol of the 'Noughties.Usually 'fixed' on a slope .. like the leaning Tower of Pisa - these delightful kiddie-cages have the bizarre attribute of allowing your little 'uns to bounce upwards then fall to left or right (depending on which awkward angle it sits on) on to the 'safety' netting. A rather odd sight ... bounce up .. hit the net .. land. Bounce up .. hit the net ... down. Repeat. Awful. However... at this price .. buy .. realise your error .. get it t'next 'boot sale! ;-)
Bah! Humbug!

Yours Sincerely

Bruce Meldrew-Bonus


great post!
#12
lynnexxxo
I completely agree. Everyone should keep there kids indoors, preferable in a darkened room witha ps3 and free acess to crisps and sweets. Its a myth that getting out and exercising is good for you:whistling:


Or you could just buy a ball for a couple of quid? :whistling:
#13
smk77
Or you could just buy a ball for a couple of quid? :whistling:


Yes, you could. You could also sell your house and live in a tent, but i've not made a valid point either.
#14
BorisTheSpider
Yes, you could. You could also sell your house and live in a tent, but i've not made a valid point either.


and neither was the post that I responded to...:whistling:
#15
BorisTheSpider
Yes, you could. You could also sell your house and live in a tent, but i've not made a valid point either.


:thumbsup:
banned#16
Am I the only one that thinks this looks more like a cage than a trampoline? wonder how long I could keep the kids in it before they form a "tunnel commitee" to escape?
#17
This was £12 in Argos in November
#18
still a good price
#19
Cheers for this, already got one BUT have to purchase another @ offer price and then return new item with older receipt to get my saving.

Mekon - that was November, this was £50 a few months ago so therefore this IS a good deal and even better at £12 although end of line stock and out of season then!
#20
hi

thanks for this.

How big is the box, will it fit in a normal 4 door saloon to get it home?

ta

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#21
Yes, it fits (in the boot) in my A Class Mercedes.
#22
wait till you try to collect - i have reserved 4 at different stores now and none of them have had any at all - another eol offer with very little stock....:x
#23
Thanks snuggle!

We managed to get one from the Speke shop.

My 3 year old loves it.
#24
Hot deal :thumbsup:

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