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Asda instore- 10ft trampoline + enclosure £96 instore @ asda
Asda instore- 10ft trampoline + enclosure £96 instore @ asda

Asda instore- 10ft trampoline + enclosure £96 instore @ asda

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Thought it was a good price?

Stock instore Asda Milton Keynes. Not sure if nationwide.

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It does appear to be nationwide. Seen these at the front of one of the Edinburgh stores yesterday for this price. 10ft doesnt sound large but having seen it all built up it does take up a lot of space!

Also online

i got mine 10ft with enclosure, ladder and weather cover for £115, so sound like the normal price for one, i was supprised how much space it takes up

Nah the Asda deal is very good for a Jump King one

Its £280 on there site

jumpking.co.uk/App…asp

very good price. Though I personally prefer one where the netting is on the outside of the padded ring.

BEANZ-ON-TOAST;8460267

very good price. Though I personally prefer one where the netting is on … very good price. Though I personally prefer one where the netting is on the outside of the padded ring.


would have thought that would be more dangerous as you could end up going down the padded ring..

BEANZ-ON-TOAST;8460267

very good price. Though I personally prefer one where the netting is on … very good price. Though I personally prefer one where the netting is on the outside of the padded ring.



£289 for that..lol!! its garbage...pvc padding
yeh we have this one which is much better...jump for fun...its been outside all weather with no cover (didnt bother putting it on) for the past 3.5 years - virtually no signs of wear, rust...really impressive
jumpforfun.co.uk/12f…htm

deanos;8451894

Nah the Asda deal is very good for a Jump King oneIts £280 on there … Nah the Asda deal is very good for a Jump King oneIts £280 on there sitehttp://www.jumpking.co.uk/Application/Products/Jumpking-trampolines/jumppod-10-GB.asp


what happens if you damage the enclosure - its fully stitched in...so you have to throw away the whole trampoline....oh dear

m00nie;8460964

would have thought that would be more dangerous as you could end up going … would have thought that would be more dangerous as you could end up going down the padded ring..


thats why they have padded surrounds.....you rarely hit them anyway...doesnt hurt if you do

i bought one of these on friday its a bargain.

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what happens if you damage the enclosure - its fully stitched in...so you … what happens if you damage the enclosure - its fully stitched in...so you have to throw away the whole trampoline....oh dear



It's easy to remove. You stitch it on yourself by threading about 8 cords between the bottom of the netting and the rings holding the springs as part of putting it together. I bought a 12ft one of these for £179 last week - it's great and I personally like the enclosure being inside the padding and the way the top of the net curves inwards as it make the trampoline seem smaller in the garden.

Great deal - H&R added.

can anyone give me an idea of the box size please??

If you look at google maps nearly every garden in the UK has a trampoline.
Even Buckingham Palace and 10 Downing Street have tham !!!

Great price for a jump king trampoline, ordered thanks.

how big is it? i know its 10 feet but is there much in the difference between that and a bigger one, i want my son to get years out of it!!! Its out of stock online as well now.

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can anyone give me an idea of the box size please??



It doesn't fit in a trolley without sticking out of the top at an angle, & I doubt you'd get many other groceries under it... or so it seemed when I spotted two people struggling to lift the box into their trolley this morning in the Greenwich Shopping Park branch (Bugsby Way, Charlton, London SE7). The price there was as quoted at the top of this thread; £96 (with enclosure).

...but be careful you don't upset your neighbours...

]advice needed over trampoline and neighbour

BFN,

fp.

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It doesn't fit in a trolley without sticking out of the top at an angle, … It doesn't fit in a trolley without sticking out of the top at an angle, & I doubt you'd get many other groceries under it... or so it seemed when I spotted two people struggling to lift the box into their trolley this morning in the Greenwich Shopping Park branch (Bugsby Way, Charlton, London SE7). The price there was as quoted at the top of this thread; £96 (with enclosure)....but be careful you don't upset your neighbours...]advice needed over trampoline and neighbourBFN,fp.



thank you lol - both my neighbours have one :-D

Got one of these a couple of weeks ago and it is great! A big beast of a trampoline in the garden!! We originally ordered the Tesco 8ft trampoline but was told that 8ft is too small so went for this one instead.

Fantastic price for a great quality trampoline!! Kids love it!

LOL you were told 8ft is too small, well that depends on what size you want, we have 8ft and its just right for our garden 10ft would be too big

Has anyone got a cover for this?

B+Q sell them around £5 IIRC

Looks like a very good deal - just ordered one to replace a very tired old 8ft-er. My daughter will be over the moon when she sees this all set up!

Thanks for posting, H&R added.

:):):)

Have any of you heard of the circus style trampoline tent? I got one of these off ebay and they're on amazon too now. I think they're amazing!

Basically, it's a trampoline tent that covers the entire structure, the enclosure and netting can stay on, so your kids stay safe, unlike the other tents, where everything has to be taken off and the kids can't bounce any more (which defies the whole purpose of having the trampoline I think!). Plus it means they can still go out for a bounce even when it's raining. Mine have even been out in the snow!

It only takes minutes to set up and it protects the trampoline structure, but it also means that you don't have to keep cleaning the jumping surface. Before I got this I was constantly having to clear off all the leaves and muck before my kids could get on. It's also got windows and a door and it's UV proof, so your kids won't get sunburnt.

I think it's fantastic and I think every trampoline owner should have one! Take a look..

Noonamimo

Have any of you heard of the circus style trampoline tent? I got one of … Have any of you heard of the circus style trampoline tent? I got one of these off ebay and they're on amazon too now. I think they're amazing! Basically, it's a trampoline tent that covers the entire structure, the enclosure and netting can stay on, so your kids stay safe, unlike the other tents, where everything has to be taken off and the kids can't bounce any more (which defies the whole purpose of having the trampoline I think!). Plus it means they can still go out for a bounce even when it's raining. Mine have even been out in the snow! It only takes minutes to set up and it protects the trampoline structure, but it also means that you don't have to keep cleaning the jumping surface. Before I got this I was constantly having to clear off all the leaves and muck before my kids could get on. It's also got windows and a door and it's UV proof, so your kids won't get sunburnt. I think it's fantastic and I think every trampoline owner should have one! Take a look..



Welcome to HotUKDeals.com. Whilst reading your comment I thought you were going to mention an eBay listing (unconnected to you, of course)

I feel like such a bad parent now, though

My kids bounce in all weathers, after kicking-off the leaves themselves, & wear lotion to protect them from the sun as necessary.

BFN,

fp.
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