8FT Trampoline with Enclosure now £67.99  (£71.99 delivered) @ Aldi
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8FT Trampoline with Enclosure now £67.99 (£71.99 delivered) @ Aldi

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Found 8th Jun 2017
. Great price on this Plum 8ft Trampoline with Enclosure now £67.99 at Aldi (+£4 Delivery)

They are available to pre-order, with dispatch from June 15th, I think they will sell out fast!

This 8ft trampoline features a unique 2G® safety enclosure to protect against contact with the springs and the frame.


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Features
  • Trampoline frame made from steel galvanised inside and out for rust free protection and increased strength
  • 42 high quality, zinc coated steel springs for extra durability
  • Durable jumping mat provides excellent bounce performance
  • Weather protected, thick foam pads cover the springs and frame for safe cushioning
  • Trampoline legs secured with push button locking system
  • Supplied with spring loading tool for easy assembly
  • 12 month manufacturer warranty
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just ordered one for my 82 year old mother to have a go on.
so302ua

just ordered one for my 82 year old mother to have a go on.



​Make sure when She go on or Jump.. She come back
Team this up with a rusting 88 plate fiesta and an outdoor sofa for that quintessential council estate look.
What is the return policy at Aldi?
Maximum user weight is only 50kg.
Definitly hot. Cheapest price for a Plum branded Trampoline I've seen and I've been looking since last summer!. Plum make the best trampolines with great jumping bases. I've never seen a split torn base. As for weight, I've seen these take a fair amount of kids/parents at once, I guess being in other peoples gardens/parties. -maybe a little irresponsible but who questions the weight on a trampoline when visiting a friends house!. I'm just buying for the two young kids though so this will do fine for me.
AHM3D

Maximum user weight is only 50kg.


Good spot. I'd be jumping on it straight away, and just a little over 50kg
so302ua

just ordered one for my 82 year old mother to have a go on.



Hilarious lol
put one of these up last weekend, read the instructions from the back would be my advice!
Got one of these in Tesco the other week for £80. They're great but I'd suggest getting a 10ft if you can find a good deal on one. As others have said, the max weight on this is only 50kg but from 10ft upwards the max weight is 100kg.
We got the 10ft version of this late last year for 80 quid from Tesco Direct (for the grandkids) and I can confirm that one takes way more than 100kg as both me (85kg) and wife (60kg, she'll kill me!!) and the grandkids (age 3 and 5) have regularly played on it together with no problems. Take the 50kg max weight limit with a pinch of salt, Plum are simply covering themselves against a claim.
Ed.Winchester8th Jun

Team this up with a rusting 88 plate fiesta and an outdoor sofa for that …Team this up with a rusting 88 plate fiesta and an outdoor sofa for that quintessential council estate look.




Says the poster who's 19 deals in 8 years on the site include many cheap booze-related ones. Do you take them home in a briefcase? So sad to see snobbery is not only surviving in the UK but apparently flourishing. Trampolines are fantastic for kids of any supposed class (horrible word) as they encourage exercise and can be used safely in the garden when kids may live on a busy street and not be allowed out to play out on their own until they are older.

Judging by your penchant for alcohol and knowing the adverse effect it can have on general fitness, I suggest you should consider getting one yourself. I'm sure you could hide it from your neighbours under a (tall!) pergola with vines covering it or other such middle-class garden adornment.
Edited by: "bellboys" 15th Jun 2017
Ed.Winchester

Team this up with a rusting 88 plate fiesta and an outdoor sofa for that … Team this up with a rusting 88 plate fiesta and an outdoor sofa for that quintessential council estate look.



​this also shows how much you know, if you had an 88 fiesta, you'd actually be sitting on a little goldmine! we have a turbo technics 89 xr2 that we're keeping tucked away! Oh and yes we live on an ex council estate lol!
bellboys

Says the poster who's 19 deals in 8 years on the site include many cheap … Says the poster who's 19 deals in 8 years on the site include many cheap booze-related ones. Do you take them home in a briefcase? So sad to see snobbery is not only surviving in the UK but apparently flourishing. Trampolines are fantastic for kids of any supposed class (horrible word) as they encourage exercise and can be used safely in the garden when kids may live on a busy street and not be allowed out to play out on their own until they are older. Judging by your penchant for alcohol and knowing the adverse effect it can have on general fitness, I suggest you should consider getting one yourself. I'm sure you could hide it from your neighbours under a (tall!) pergola with vines covering it or other such middle-class garden adornment.



​love your comment!
bellboys

Says the poster who's 19 deals in 8 years on the site include many cheap … Says the poster who's 19 deals in 8 years on the site include many cheap booze-related ones. Do you take them home in a briefcase? So sad to see snobbery is not only surviving in the UK but apparently flourishing. Trampolines are fantastic for kids of any supposed class (horrible word) as they encourage exercise and can be used safely in the garden when kids may live on a busy street and not be allowed out to play out on their own until they are older. Judging by your penchant for alcohol and knowing the adverse effect it can have on general fitness, I suggest you should consider getting one yourself. I'm sure you could hide it from your neighbours under a (tall!) pergola with vines covering it or other such middle-class garden adornment.


Dry your eyes mate.
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