10' Trampoline and enclosure £99 in store and online @ Focus
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10' Trampoline and enclosure £99 in store and online @ Focus

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Found 17th Feb 2008
I know it is not the best time of year but this is a good deal and the best I could find, after a post in discussion. If you have just moved or over 60 you can also get an extra 10% off.

10ft Trampoline with enclosure
The perfect garden feature to keep the children (and adults!) happy and playing out in the garden all summer long.
Complete with safety surround/enclosure
Height including enclosure 240cm approx

11 Comments

i bought one of these from focus last year for £99 its very good and highly recommend if u have the room in the garden!

I really hate seeing these things in peoples gardens , to many people now have them , most hardly use them and just an eyesore.

the badger;1594794

i bought one of these from focus last year for £99 its very good and … i bought one of these from focus last year for £99 its very good and highly recommend if u have the room in the garden!



ditto!!! heat added

A-n-d-y;1595746

I really hate seeing these things in peoples gardens , to many people now … I really hate seeing these things in peoples gardens , to many people now have them , most hardly use them and just an eyesore.



Well you won't see mine, unless your the bloke looking over the bottom fence trying to eye up my Mrs ;-)

stora;1595924

Well you won't see mine, unless your the bloke looking over the bottom … Well you won't see mine, unless your the bloke looking over the bottom fence trying to eye up my Mrs ;-)


lol well you cant help put see them , they usually tower over a fence so aint got much option to see this eye sore & the peoples heads bobbing up and down lol

mmm maybe im getting old before my time lol ...or im just a misery lol .....

As long as when im chilling in my Garden i aint got some person bobbing up and down on there Trampoline to have a nose into what im doing then im kewl lol ...i have got some right Nosey Neighbours though :w00t:

Voted Cold. Sorry - too many accidents with these things. Took professional advice from my kid's trampolining instructor to confirm my view!

Ed_in_London;1596805

Voted Cold. Sorry - too many accidents with these things. Took … Voted Cold. Sorry - too many accidents with these things. Took professional advice from my kid's trampolining instructor to confirm my view!


Very wise ...i know if i had kids i wouldnt put there safety at risk with one of these , either end up with something broken or worse.

Ed_in_London;1596805

Voted Cold. Sorry - too many accidents with these things. Took … Voted Cold. Sorry - too many accidents with these things. Took professional advice from my kid's trampolining instructor to confirm my view!



My two boys love their trampoline, this one has an enclosure which is essential and they are always supervised and use it one child at a time, this is an excellent form of exercise and any physical activity has an element of risk of injury, I am struggling not to go into a pc rant about letting kids be kids, ropeswings and climbing trees etc. and I think your instructor may have a vested interest in you not having your own trampoline.

My kids have rope swings etc I agree with risk.

The important thing is for a child to guage the risk for themselves during any activity.

Unfortunately with trampolining the risks are quite high and are not obvious.

Go to your local trampolining class and seek advice.

I've been badgered for the last 2 years to get one of these. Sometimes you have to say No!

My kids instructor has no problems with Trampolines at home, He just advises my daughter not to put some of the things she has learned into practice on the home trampoline. Voted hot and rep+

As a student nurse who has seen/heard of the many injuries through A+E depts with these... BUT they are pretty much about 90% to do with having NO ENCLOSURE.... I think as long as they've got an enclosure they're great for kids. Definately eyesores though... :roll:
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