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9y, 3m agoPosted 9 years, 3 months ago
Should i get one? Also is it easy to take up and down because they dont look too pretty lol
Thanks,
Ben
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9y, 3m agoPosted 9 years, 3 months ago
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#1
I would - safety should always come before appearance
#2
Agreed yes you need one, my neice always crashed into the side of mine, as do I after a few beers.

And no, they are a pain in the ass put up - garunteed once you put it up you will leave it that way.
#3
Definitely not! You'll dash your hopes and dreams of appearing on You've Been Framed.
banned#4
Deffo need an enclosure, i put my trampoline this year after taking it down last year, and it took less than an hour to put trampoline and enclosure up
#5
i have one and find its also a bonus as kids bounce off the walls so use it to play too
#6
I would definately get one, (have got one!)... my kids would have had some bad accidents if I didnt have one up, my husband too!..lol...
#7
Thanks for all comments... How long does it take to put up?... 5, 15, 30, 45 minutes?
#8
15 mins ish, or 45 if your me becuase I had to do it on me todd.
banned#9
biker14
Thanks for all comments... How long does it take to put up?... 5, 15, 30, 45 minutes?

Just a quickie but is trampoline being used by adults or children? It should take you no longer than 30 mins to put up or quicker if two of you, the quickest ones to put up are the ones that slide over the poles rather than the ones that you attach to the poles (if that makes sense)

Links just to show you the difference

http://www.toymonkey.com/bigpic.asp?supppartno=29041&lasturl=trampolinesplumencs.asp?source=kelkoo (quickest to put up and look better)

http://www.cybercheckout.co.uk/Items/Item.aspx?SKU=200153809 (other sort, these tend to not be as supportive and tend to go baggy looking)
#10
safe than sorry ;-)
#11
When my son was having his broken arm plastered last summer (after falling off a climbing frame), the nurse in the plaster room told me that the vast majority of breakages had been because of kids (and some adults) falling off trampolines with no enclosure.
#12
Thanks, does anyone know where i can get a 10 foot "baggy" enclosure (first link sassie posted) cheapest, preferably with a 10foot trampoline included.

Cheers once again.
#13
bump...
#15
Many thanks sassie :)

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