Plum 8Ft Trampoline With Enclosure £119.99 - Collect In Store @ Argos - HotUKDeals
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Been after a trampoline for a few weeks but the Tesco one has been sold out online and in my local stores.

Was going to buy this one the other day when it was £149.99 reduced from £199.99. But now it has been reduced further to £119.99 but collect in store.

THey also a almost identical one which is £119.99 as well reduced from £149.99. IMO this one looks better than the supposed more expensive one as it weld free and also the warranty is for life. More expensive one has welded joints and only warranty for 5 years.
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/3675401/Trail/searchtext%3ETRAMPOLINE.htm

But both great deals and for a great make. Great reviews as well.

WIsh I could go for a 10ft or 12ft one but garden no big enough.
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#1
Voted cold and no reason behind it. Great stuff.
#3


B&Q own make one not a Plum one.

Plus the safety enclosue is on the outside of the trampoline and doesn't cover the springs. Plum has enclosure inside of the springs.

For an extra £20 surely better to get one that is better made, great reviews and only a standard warranty on the B&Q one. Plum is a lifetime one.
#4
They have one of offer in Asda for £96 - unsure of the size but I'm pretty sure its around 10ft!
[mod]#5
yes 10ft @ ASDA with enclosure for £96 in-store
#6
little_miss_me_x
They have one of offer in Asda for £96 - unsure of the size but I'm pretty sure its around 10ft!


The £96 one on their website is a JumpKing one and is a great deal. Sadly can't fit a 10ft one in my garden.
Not sure if the £96 ones instore are the JumpKing ones.
#7
All the cold voters and posters should realise the difference inquality of the one posted and the alternatives given before voting / posting.
#8
This is a reasonably good quality trampoline with a long warranty. For the same price they do a "TrampKlamp" version also made by Plum.

I bought the 8ft three years ago, and replaced it last month - due to the net / pad needing replacing and it being cheaper to buy a new trampoline than get replacement parts. Mine was the older style with exterior foam on the poles.

The 10ft with TrampKlamp I replaced it with seems slightly better, and IMHO less likelihood of the enclosure poles filling with water and rusting (which my 8ft did).

However the Plum products are IMHO a step up from the quality you get from DIY stores and supermarkets, though not as good as the big name brands costing over twice the price.

So hot from me, the price is IMHO likely to do to under £100 at some point, but not until after summer when stock levels may also be variable!

Rufus.
#9
Great deal and a fantastic way to chav-up any garden..
#10
RufusA
This is a reasonably good quality trampoline with a long warranty. For the same price they do a "TrampKlamp" version also made by Plum.

I bought the 8ft three years ago, and replaced it last month - due to the net / pad needing replacing and it being cheaper to buy a new trampoline than get replacement parts. Mine was the older style with exterior foam on the poles.

The 10ft with TrampKlamp I replaced it with seems slightly better, and IMHO less likelihood of the enclosure poles filling with water and rusting (which my 8ft did).

However the Plum products are IMHO a step up from the quality you get from DIY stores and supermarkets, though not as good as the big name brands costing over twice the price.

So hot from me, the price is IMHO likely to do to under £100 at some point, but not until after summer when stock levels may also be variable!

Rufus.


What are the differences between the Tramklamp 8ft trampoline and the one in this deal. Been on the Argos site but difficult to see any differences. Is one better than the other in terms of strength and durability ? Both get excellent reviews on Argos and both in stock at my local store so just need to decide which one to go for.
#11
azza87
Great deal and a fantastic way to chav-up any garden..


Surely either you do not have kids or you do not care about them!!!
#12
fleetingmind
Voted cold and no reason behind it. Great stuff.


For some trampoline is just a trampoline they do not know or care about quality! I have just got got one and it is good quality... I have seen tesco one and looks like scrap from new!!!

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