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Price reduced from £99.99 now to £39.99 plus use voucher to get free delivery + quidco

Thought this was a good deal, similar one in TOYrUS is £99.99.

Description
My First Trampoline and Enclosure is perfect for little ones. Easy to assemble, it has padded poles for extra safety so you can rest assured your child is in safe hands.

Suitable for ages 3-6

Features
Toggle fitting for easy assembly
Padded poles for extra safety
Measures 140cm x 140cm x 182cm
Weighs 16.5kg

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#1
Thought I saw this a few days ago, and I did! Posted by yourself, 4 days ago!
#2
savagevixen
Thought I saw this a few days ago, and I did! Posted by yourself, 4 days ago!


Wow, you've got a good memory .
When i posted it before I hadn't got the right previous price so you couldnt see how much it has really been reduced. Hope this avoids any further confusion.:)
#3
This was never £99.99 - the most it's ever been in Woolworths in £49.99, perhaps £59.99
#4
GOt one last year it was £49.99 i think its gone as low as £19.99 or £29.99 earlier this year
#5
deanos
GOt one last year it was £49.99 i think its gone as low as £19.99 or £29.99 earlier this year


Yes, I got it for 19.99 from woollies too
#6
heres a question
why not get a real trampoline?
instead of one thats as bouncy as my bed
#7
deanos
GOt one last year it was £49.99 i think its gone as low as £19.99 or £29.99 earlier this year


Yeah we bought it for £29.99 in April, when it was posted on here.
#8
We got one too when it was £30 minus £1.50 quidco...it was never £100!

Its probably worth only £30 at most. It's very lightweight too - which is not what you'd want from a trampoline. My 20month old was jumping on it and as she went towards the edge I got the impression she could topple it if she bounced hard enough into the sides. I suppose the base could be weighed down with sand bags or pegged to the lawn but I wouldn't want a boisterous older child on it unsupervised. Takes a while to put together too. All in all OK for £30 but not more than that.
#9
bigbob909
heres a question
why not get a real trampoline?
instead of one thats as bouncy as my bed


Eh :thinking:
#10
What kind of idiot parent buys these?

Talk about wrapping your little sods in a bubble.

No kid would enjoy this. They'd lose interest in minutes.
#11
^^ could always replace the padding enclosure with spikes I suppose - that'd be more entertaining for all
#12
superpooper
What kind of idiot parent buys these?

Talk about wrapping your little sods in a bubble.

No kid would enjoy this. They'd lose interest in minutes.


What a absurd comment, my daughter loves this trampoline , as we have as small garden its ideal.

And for the record my daughter isnt a little sod and im not an idiot, making remarks like that around here wont win you any friends , if i saw you in the street i would lamp you one if you said it to my face
#13
deanos
What a absurd comment, my daughter loves this trampoline , as we have as small garden its ideal.

And for the record my daughter isnt a little sod and im not an idiot, making remarks like that around here wont win you any friends , if i saw you in the street i would lamp you one if you said it to my face


You'd still be an idiot. Love the threat btw. Real mature.
#14
superpooper
You'd still be an idiot. Love the threat btw. Real mature.


Almost as mature as calling people idiots and their children sods. Just because you have no need for it doesn't mean that no-one else has.
#15
I take it your kids are locked in their bedrooms playing Wii or PS3, or out on the streets stabbing someone. or then again maybe you haven't found anyone to have children with, which is a blessing for the human race.

That's one of the worst comments I have ever seen on here. Next time, keep 'em to yourself.
#16
superpooper
What kind of idiot parent buys these?

Talk about wrapping your little sods in a bubble.

No kid would enjoy this. They'd lose interest in minutes.

and what's so wrong with it?
[mod]#17
This offer is still available, thanks for the reminder Hartlepool:)

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