Jumpking Trampoline Tie Down Kit £2.50 IN STORE @ Asda
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Jumpking Trampoline Tie Down Kit £2.50 IN STORE @ Asda

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Found 7th Aug 2015
Found this in Asda Morley - a few on shelf. I am unsure of RRP, but at £2.50 you can't go wrong and your trampoline will not end up in your neighbour's greenhouse come Autumn!!
May be National - have a look in your local

The Jumpking Trampoline tie down kit is designed to stop the trampoline blowing away in high winds, which can damage the trampoline (especially the enclosure poles), and also anything that gets in its way. Although it does take a strong wind to blow a trampoline over, strong winds will come at some point if you intend to keep your trampoline going for many years, especially if your garden is exposed. Strong screw threads drill into the ground, and straps attach these to the frame ring, effectively anchoring it down. Suitable for all 10ft, 12ft & 14ft Round and all Oval Garden Trampolines
Genuine JumpKing OEM spare parts
Easy to fit
Extend the life of your trampoline

9 Comments

how would you get these into a concrete garden? as those screws have very pronounced twists. or is it only for soft gardens? Thanks also I can't see why it wouldn't work with a 8ft trampoline any idea?

trampolines should be banned..my daughter broke her arm in 2 places last Friday on a trampoline..don't think people realise how dangerous they are..

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nokiafusion

trampolines should be banned..my daughter broke her arm in 2 places last … trampolines should be banned..my daughter broke her arm in 2 places last Friday on a trampoline..don't think people realise how dangerous they are..


Safe if properly supervised..

We recently got rid of our trampoline after 10 years service. I live on top of a hill, so it gets very windy indeed. We never tied it down and I can report that not once did it blow away. I would be more worried about the quality of the trampoline if it's light enough to be blown away by English winds.

On another note, 10 years and no broken limbs to report. My son did break his collar bone falling down some stairs though, that's where the real danger is.

nokiafusion

trampolines should be banned..my daughter broke her arm in 2 places last … trampolines should be banned..my daughter broke her arm in 2 places last Friday on a trampoline..don't think people realise how dangerous they are..



I agree. Let's ban cars while we're at it, they're responsible for more injuries than trampolines and see saws put together.

adhkarzf

how would you get these into a concrete garden? as those screws have very … how would you get these into a concrete garden? as those screws have very pronounced twists. or is it only for soft gardens? Thanks also I can't see why it wouldn't work with a 8ft trampoline any idea?


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nokiafusion

trampolines should be banned..my daughter broke her arm in 2 places last … trampolines should be banned..my daughter broke her arm in 2 places last Friday on a trampoline..don't think people realise how dangerous they are..



my son has a 6" scar on the back off his leg his idiot father let him go on a trampoline with no cover over the springs! he bounced the springs closed on the back of his thigh and ripped his skin open...50 staples was needed and he is scarred for life!!! sorry to hear about your Daughter.

Needless to say we don't own a trampoline! x

clarabellecoww

my son has a 6" scar on the back off his leg his idiot father let him go … my son has a 6" scar on the back off his leg his idiot father let him go on a trampoline with no cover over the springs! he bounced the springs closed on the back of his thigh and ripped his skin open...50 staples was needed and he is scarred for life!!! sorry to hear about your Daughter.Needless to say we don't own a trampoline! x



Again... Bad parenting...

macman2009

Again... Bad parenting...



​ guess you don't have kids and your firing blanks
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