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Plum 8ft Trampoline £67.99 @ Aldi Instore
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Plum 8ft Trampoline £67.99 @ Aldi Instore
Refreshed 20th Jul (Posted 19th Jul)Available: National

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Was told by staff that this trampoline was due in approx 26th July.

The easiest way to stay fit is when it's fun, right? Your little ones can now enjoy some safe, secure and healthy fun in the garden with this Plum 8ft Trampoline. Suitable for ages 6 years +, this trampoline is made from a strong, rust free galvanised steel frame with zinc-coated springs covered by safety pads. The included Springsafe 2D enclosure protects against contact with the springs and the frame, and the safety net will ensure that your little ones can bounce around safely all day long!

Accessories Included
1 x Safety net
1 x Spring loading tool
1 x User manual

Features
Springsafe® 2G trampoline enclosure®
Galvanised steel frame ensures rust-free protection with added strength
Made from durable, weather protected materials

Guarantee/Warranty
1 Year
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mike_648020/07/2020 17:55

It says 50kg = less than 8 stone. However we have a plum trampoline and …It says 50kg = less than 8 stone. However we have a plum trampoline and have had 2 adults and 2 kids on it.Not sure if this is a lower quality one or not. Plum also sell this directly but at £130 and that also says 50kg.


Yikes. Thanks for the info. My fat a55 would be on the floor then lol
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I could have sworn last week it said available 23rd July?
truevine20/07/2020 16:52

I could have sworn last week it said available 23rd July?


Worth keeping an eye on the website, but the staff in my local gave me that date.
Does anyone know if these are good trampolines? I've read mixed reviews about trampolines sold in Aldi but this is a plum one so I'm not sure!
OMG! Tramampoline! Tramampoline!


Mary_Mary20/07/2020 17:19

Does anyone know if these are good trampolines? I've read mixed reviews …Does anyone know if these are good trampolines? I've read mixed reviews about trampolines sold in Aldi but this is a plum one so I'm not sure!


We got this to replace an old Asda one. Not as good in my opinion. Doesn't feel completely sturdy. The thin metal that holds the net up bends very easily in the wind leaving it in a bit of a weird shape and the entrance isn't central between two poles which is a bit odd.
What would the max weight of this be? I wouldn't let my 2 year old daughter on, on her own, but may be I could have a bounce with her. I'm 15 stone.
furiousjammin20/07/2020 17:34

What would the max weight of this be? I wouldn't let my 2 year old …What would the max weight of this be? I wouldn't let my 2 year old daughter on, on her own, but may be I could have a bounce with her. I'm 15 stone.


It says 50kg = less than 8 stone. However we have a plum trampoline and have had 2 adults and 2 kids on it.

Not sure if this is a lower quality one or not. Plum also sell this directly but at £130 and that also says 50kg.
mike_648020/07/2020 17:55

It says 50kg = less than 8 stone. However we have a plum trampoline and …It says 50kg = less than 8 stone. However we have a plum trampoline and have had 2 adults and 2 kids on it.Not sure if this is a lower quality one or not. Plum also sell this directly but at £130 and that also says 50kg.


Yikes. Thanks for the info. My fat a55 would be on the floor then lol
Note: only one per person store.
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Personally I’d avoid plum. Something delivered 2 months ago after waiting 6 weeks for it parts missing. 3 weeks ago was finally called and they stated would send the parts out. Guess what still no parts.
Gary_Long20/07/2020 17:29

We got this to replace an old Asda one. Not as good in my opinion. Doesn't …We got this to replace an old Asda one. Not as good in my opinion. Doesn't feel completely sturdy. The thin metal that holds the net up bends very easily in the wind leaving it in a bit of a weird shape and the entrance isn't central between two poles which is a bit odd.


Thanks, That has put me off now! Guess you get what you pay for. What was the asda one like? I've seen them in there for about £100
deleted249413520/07/2020 19:11

Personally I’d avoid plum. Something delivered 2 months ago after waiting 6 …Personally I’d avoid plum. Something delivered 2 months ago after waiting 6 weeks for it parts missing. 3 weeks ago was finally called and they stated would send the parts out. Guess what still no parts.


Have to say I've found the opposite - paid a comparatively high amount for the in ground one around Xmas time but didn't get around to doing the groundwork and installing it until the first weekend of lockdown. Couple of weeks later, was seeding the earth that I'd moved, and noticed a slight tear in the safety net. Got in touch with them, had a reply back within a couple of days at the height of lockdown and they organised for a replacement net. Took a few weeks (perhaps unsurprisingly) but full replacement net delivered.
Had this trampoline for a couple of years now. It’s still going, but the foam around the poles and the surround has had it. If I could turn back time I’d get a good cover for winter. Foam is probably easily replaced.
We used to have a Plum and got a TP Toys as the kids have grown up. TP Toys is far superior in my opinion.
I have this, bought it 2 years ago and started using this summer. Seems decent for the money, kids love it and I join them on it and I'm tall/14st+ and it seems ok with the weight.

Took a while to put together and required a bit of elbow grease to do the springs. The kids use it every day at present so well worth it, only downside is one of the foams got ripped (kids fault) so needed taping up. It does make a bit of noise but I guess they all do.

Well worth sub £100.
Wife got this last year from an Aldi store at the same price.
Kids love playing on it, still as good as new being left outside for 12 months and managed to move house with it part assembled.
It was straightforward to assemble.
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Bossworld20/07/2020 21:40

Have to say I've found the opposite - paid a comparatively high amount for …Have to say I've found the opposite - paid a comparatively high amount for the in ground one around Xmas time but didn't get around to doing the groundwork and installing it until the first weekend of lockdown. Couple of weeks later, was seeding the earth that I'd moved, and noticed a slight tear in the safety net. Got in touch with them, had a reply back within a couple of days at the height of lockdown and they organised for a replacement net. Took a few weeks (perhaps unsurprisingly) but full replacement net delivered.


U must be a lucky one then. Check the twitter feed it’s full of people actually trying to get hold of someone
deleted249413520/07/2020 22:00

U must be a lucky one then. Check the twitter feed it’s full of people a …U must be a lucky one then. Check the twitter feed it’s full of people actually trying to get hold of someone


Bought directly from them if it makes any discernable difference.
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Bossworld20/07/2020 22:02

Bought directly from them if it makes any discernable difference.


Again like I said you must be the lucky one.
My item as well as many on twitter came directly from the manufacture. It seems they answer the odd random message on twitter. I sent 2 contact forms. Eventually like I said received a phone call even a email stating items
Will be sent. Still no items.
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Bossworld20/07/2020 22:02

Bought directly from them if it makes any discernable difference.


My honest opinion is that if a company can’t ship a item quickly or sort out a problem with a item within a couple of weeks they shouldn’t be in business. If you know you’re struggling then stop taking orders.
Personally I think plum will probably go under because of all this. Covid is not a excuse for poor customer service.
Mary_Mary20/07/2020 20:33

Thanks, That has put me off now! Guess you get what you pay for. What was …Thanks, That has put me off now! Guess you get what you pay for. What was the asda one like? I've seen them in there for about £100


Not sure, it was about 5 years ago but that sounds about right. Don't get me wrong, this is fine for the price but its not gonna win any prizes
Happy to recommend Plum. Bought ours about 4 years ago. Within ~3 months the zipper pull broke off, emailed customers service and they sent out a whole new net. Managed to improv a pull so kept the net as a spare.

On a side note our neighbours have a springfree trampoline. Amazing to see the kids bouncing in such quiet!! Amazing price too.
People who buy these are the devil
gaz_anthony20/07/2020 22:24

People who buy these are the devil


Haha. Love ours. As for build time it was like it was made by Lucifer. Easy 3-4 hours and that was fast.
daedos20/07/2020 22:23

Happy to recommend Plum. Bought ours about 4 years ago. Within ~3 months …Happy to recommend Plum. Bought ours about 4 years ago. Within ~3 months the zipper pull broke off, emailed customers service and they sent out a whole new net. Managed to improv a pull so kept the net as a spare. On a side note our neighbours have a springfree trampoline. Amazing to see the kids bouncing in such quiet!! Amazing price too.


And price tag to match. Ouch. Looks very unsafe though, looks like a neck hanging of the top rope injury.41444759-dvW42.jpg
deleted249413520/07/2020 19:11

Personally I’d avoid plum. Something delivered 2 months ago after waiting 6 …Personally I’d avoid plum. Something delivered 2 months ago after waiting 6 weeks for it parts missing. 3 weeks ago was finally called and they stated would send the parts out. Guess what still no parts.


Buy another one, take parts out you need, return new one in warranty as it was missing said parts. Seems fair.
I have owned this trampoline for 3 years, no special looking after during this time and still going strong. For the price it's a really good deal.

Just remember to pick up a kit to tie it down or use sand bags
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jinkssick20/07/2020 22:59

Haha. Love ours. As for build time it was like it was made by Lucifer. …Haha. Love ours. As for build time it was like it was made by Lucifer. Easy 3-4 hours and that was fast.


Hope you put it next to your kitchen wall instead of your neighbours garden like all my rotten neighbours did. The noise ruins my summers
marshall69_uk20/07/2020 21:45

Had this trampoline for a couple of years now. It’s still going, but the f …Had this trampoline for a couple of years now. It’s still going, but the foam around the poles and the surround has had it. If I could turn back time I’d get a good cover for winter. Foam is probably easily replaced.


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Mary_Mary20/07/2020 17:19

Does anyone know if these are good trampolines? I've read mixed reviews …Does anyone know if these are good trampolines? I've read mixed reviews about trampolines sold in Aldi but this is a plum one so I'm not sure!


I have this one or one similar on size from Aldi. Three years going strong. It squeaks a bit but it's working just fine. I paid about this price too.
marshall69_uk20/07/2020 21:45

Had this trampoline for a couple of years now. It’s still going, but the f …Had this trampoline for a couple of years now. It’s still going, but the foam around the poles and the surround has had it. If I could turn back time I’d get a good cover for winter. Foam is probably easily replaced.


Mine came with a cover which I use for my outdoor chairs should've got one too - velcro attachment over the edges etc
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iainthor21/07/2020 00:09

Buy another one, take parts out you need, return new one in warranty as it …Buy another one, take parts out you need, return new one in warranty as it was missing said parts. Seems fair.


Did u miss the part of how long it took for delivery in the first place. The part where you can’t get hold of them so how would you return it?
gaz_anthony21/07/2020 01:07

Hope you put it next to your kitchen wall instead of your neighbours …Hope you put it next to your kitchen wall instead of your neighbours garden like all my rotten neighbours did. The noise ruins my summers


Need to be considerate, would they use for hours on end?!
My neighbour tried to give me their trampoline for my daughter.. I said thanks but no thanks
The quality doesn't look very good, only having 3 structure beams looks pretty naff as well. The one I have has 6, personally I would give this a miss.
If anyone here is in Carlisle they are welcome to take mine away free of charge. 10ft with enclosure.
I bought this from tesco direct just over 4 years ago and it's lasted brilliantly. It's coming to the end of its life now but only because I never covered it up - it got used most days even in the rain
SupraDan2421/07/2020 15:42

The quality doesn't look very good, only having 3 structure beams looks …The quality doesn't look very good, only having 3 structure beams looks pretty naff as well. The one I have has 6, personally I would give this a miss.


Totally disagree!

Mine's over 4 years old now and has been sturdy as anything with 3 kids bouncing on it most days! The clips at the top broke but it came with replacements, but I just replaced them with a couple of cable ties and they've lasted over a year now.

In my opinion, it's great quality.
Just confirmed with Aldi, this will be in store from 27th July!
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rams9824/07/2020 12:32

Just confirmed with Aldi, this will be in store from 27th July!


Was that instore?
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