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TP toys surround Safe trampoline RRP £149 £49.99 + £4.99 next day delivery from TP toys

£49.99 @ TP Toys
Currently £149.99 at John lewis and Tesco Really decent quality trampoline with 10 year guarantee against rust causing failure. Website states it's a good choice for children who have outgrown the J… Read More
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2y, 5m agoFound 2 years, 5 months ago
Currently £149.99 at John lewis and Tesco
Really decent quality trampoline with 10 year guarantee against rust causing failure.
Website states it's a good choice for children who have outgrown the Junior trampoline but are too young for a big TP Genius
Free delivery over £50
6% cashback from Quidco

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#1
What size is it?
#2
Read description. 6ft
#3
6ft
1 Like #4
Size is not on the description! 6ft only really last until about 3-4 years of age. Good price, but 8ft much better value in the long term.

Edited By: hillsbills on Jan 01, 2015 20:41
#5
The description on the site states 3-5 years so great for younger children
Hot price

Edited By: teachelly on Jan 01, 2015 20:43
#6
good price but 8ft much better
#7
this was discussed as killer in you backyard a few month ago as a kid was killed when his neck broken. sorry but not safe for young kids.
#8
Not safe you may as well say that about crossing the road,our children have had one since very little
#9
These should also be banned if you live in a council estate.It seems every single mum with 5 kids & on benefits own one of these & are left jumping on them for 16 hours a day oO
#10
WheresMeNuts
These should also be banned if you live in a council estate.It seems every single mum with 5 kids & on benefits own one of these & are left jumping on them for 16 hours a day oO

Our national has an alarmingly increasing rate of obesity, surely thats a good thing!? The Xbox or whatever console is there for the winter.
#11
noahsdad
WheresMeNuts
These should also be banned if you live in a council estate.It seems every single mum with 5 kids & on benefits own one of these & are left jumping on them for 16 hours a day oO

Our national has an alarmingly increasing rate of obesity, surely thats a good thing!? The Xbox or whatever console is there for the winter.
No, football clubs,rugby clubs,swimming classes or even dance classes are available all year round & having a kid sitting at a TV all day no matter the season/weather is bad parenting at least in my eyes anyway.
#12
bomberman
Read description. 6ft

The size is not mentioned in either of the title or the description.
#13
WheresMeNuts
noahsdad
WheresMeNuts
These should also be banned if you live in a council estate.It seems every single mum with 5 kids & on benefits own one of these & are left jumping on them for 16 hours a day oO

Our national has an alarmingly increasing rate of obesity, surely thats a good thing!? The Xbox or whatever console is there for the winter.
No, football clubs,rugby clubs,swimming classes or even dance classes are available all year round & having a kid sitting at a TV all day no matter the season/weather is bad parenting at least in my eyes anyway.

I wasn't suggesting kids are hibernated in front of Xbox's from Nov-Feb and don't consider any other physical activity. I was simply alluding to options when home are more limited, i.e. kids generally not going out on street or garden to play.
#14
It says 6ft in description. This is great value. Heat from me.
#15
OOS :(
1 Like #16
How rude! You obviously have your own issues to be slating and stereotyping others, I live on a council estate, I have 5 children, I'm a single parent, all I am missing is the trampoline so thanks to the original poster!

May I also add I run my own successful business and work hard for my council estate born kids, and bonus I will be able to do even more work now I can leave them on the trampoline 16 hours a day!
#17
glitzybitz the kids will love the trampoline! I didn't want to mention before that I didn't live on a council estate for fear of seeming snobby or something. But the area where I live which is not a council estate is full of trampolines... I can't think of many homes with kids that have a back garden without one. That further highlights this nonsense that trampolines are a council estate thing. It is obviously not necessary or valid to bring some sort of social class observation into this deal, just ridiculous really. For what it is worth, non-council estates are not without their own social problems either, lots of crazy things go on where I live.

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