10ft Sportspower Pro Trampoline £89 / 8Ft £75 + £2.95 P&P @ Asda
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10ft Sportspower Pro Trampoline £89 / 8Ft £75 + £2.95 P&P @ Asda

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Found 22nd Mar
10ft Sportspower Pro Trampoline in Asda and online, £109 down to £89

They also have an 8ft version, £89 down to £75 here
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£89 is decent, but it does seem to go up and down
LordLardy11 m ago

Does anyone own this, can someone comment on the quality?



got it last year and it has taken a beating with our kids and the neighbours, nothing has broken yet
Susan_Boyles_Tins24th Mar

£89 is decent, but it does seem to go up and down


If it didn’t what would be the point?
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Does anyone own this, can someone comment on the quality?
LordLardy11 m ago

Does anyone own this, can someone comment on the quality?



got it last year and it has taken a beating with our kids and the neighbours, nothing has broken yet
Got this two years ago. Taken a massive kicking over two summers. Good as new. Takes an age to build.
Bought the 8 foot last year and it's superb !! Awesome for the money and is certainly buy another
£89 is decent, but it does seem to go up and down
finally given in and ordered one for the kids
Susan_Boyles_Tins24th Mar

£89 is decent, but it does seem to go up and down


If it didn’t what would be the point?
Weight restriction is 100kg compared to 50kg on a plum trampoline. Tempted but my daughter wants a swing....
Great trampoline, bought one a few weeks ago. Easy to assemble, high quality materials and feels very sturdy.

Only regret is that I didn't buy one bundled with accessories such as an access ladder and cover
I bought 8ft one 2 years ago (1st trampoline) and still going strong. Only regret is, after a while I realised that should have gone for 10ft one.
Similar one found in Smyths ... at the same price.
Free click and collect!

10ft Trampoline with Safety Net

Any recommendations on which is better ... although they both look the same
Edited by: "50NY4P" 16th Apr
The fun a adult couple could have on this lol
surnjit46 m ago

The fun a adult couple could have on this lol


Don't ask me how I know this but - friction burns on knees.
No pain no gain
I love bouncing on it hair it when I miss as it’s some time breaks it snap lol
LordLardy23rd Mar

Does anyone own this, can someone comment on the quality?


Bought this 2 years ago and its still going strong,no problems at all 🖒
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gertrudegoose10 h, 22 m ago

Weight restriction is 100kg compared to 50kg on a plum trampoline. Tempted …Weight restriction is 100kg compared to 50kg on a plum trampoline. Tempted but my daughter wants a swing....


Buy it and put it away? Or wait till next year...
radiakashyap10 h, 12 m ago

I bought 8ft one 2 years ago (1st trampoline) and still going strong. Only …I bought 8ft one 2 years ago (1st trampoline) and still going strong. Only regret is, after a while I realised that should have gone for 10ft one.


Sell it locally and buy a 10ft one?
Edited by: "davemhaynes" 17th Apr
How is this price compared with the last two years, please?
Paid £69 at that time.
davemhaynes1 h, 12 m ago

How is this price compared with the last two years, please?


75.20 plus 4.50 delivery for the 10 foot version bought end of season October 2016.

Highly recommended but took some time to put together. Didn't bother with the flashing lights thing. Got cover and ladder set wth anchors from Argos end of last summer.

This model collapses down but the thing blew away during the storm, will use the anchors from the accessory set next sign of bad weather! This time just turned it upside down and bungee roped to a tree!
Edited by: "Sid.Harper" 17th Apr
surnjit12 h, 26 m ago

The fun a adult couple could have on this lol

I wounder what kind of fun
I bought and set this up over the weekend. Looks good enough on first impressions but looking at that one from Smyths i am thinking looks a weeeee bit better. Namely it appears to have 6 rather than 4 support poles holding the netting in addition to two strength straps again on the netting. I would say go for the smyths.
Does this need to be held down into the ground with anchor pegs? which wouldn't make it suitable for artificial grass?
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