Plum 8ft Trampoline and 3G® Enclosure now £89.99 @ Argos
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Plum 8ft Trampoline and 3G® Enclosure now £89.99 @ Argos

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Found 7th Apr 2012
Plum 8ft Trampoline and 3G® Enclosure now £89.99 with a free £5 or £10 voucher (need to spend £10.01 more)

Has the newer 3G enclosure for added safety.

Save £60

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The 8ft with enclosure was £40odd earlier in week. Dunno if still on.

@ Tesco.

Original Poster

That is the older non 3G enclosure version..
Here..

Wow it's got 3G! What apps can you download for it? X)

This does have a different enclosure than the cheaper one. It is designed so that it covers the springs

the other one covers the springs believe you are being led up the garden path by argos and if you search all plum enclosures cover the springs

No it doesn't. The Plum trampoline that was cheaper in Tesco had a standard enclosure, check the photos, I just did.

Here it is....

Boooooom

as appossed to the argos one that is exactly the same but the covers outside the net and my mate has one and the net gives if u land by it so no different or better my god so worth the extra
Edited by: "addso3uk" 7th Apr 2012

sorry should i add boom believe you are meant to do that when you are right you seem to have it in wrong context

addso3uk

sorry should i add boom believe you are meant to do that when you are … sorry should i add boom believe you are meant to do that when you are right you seem to have it in wrong context



Wow! You are making this really easy mate. The springs are covered by a PAD in that picture...rather than by the ENCLOSURE as it is on the trampoline in this deal. Check both pictures and see the difference.

As I said earlier....Boooooooooooooooom!


All this bickering over what the net/enclosure covers.

Ask yourself "Will the net stop me from hitting the springs or poles?" I think not.

It does not matter due to the simple fact even with the net covering the spring pads it will not stop you hitting/landing on the spring cushion mat which by the way is there for that purpose.

Think about it if the net stopped you from hitting the springs why are there pads there covering them.

Save money find an older version and do not be misled by marketing bu*****t to get you to buy the latest, greatest thing. Just my opinion.

I bought the older version recently and so far my 3 boys love it and I cannot see any obvious safety issues with it. I actually chose it over the new design as I was worried the way the enclosure comes in side the trampoline could be a trip hazard. To be honest it seems to me a new enclosure has just been invented/updated to get a few more sales.

DoctorHibbert

Wow! You are making this really easy mate. The springs are covered by a … Wow! You are making this really easy mate. The springs are covered by a PAD in that picture...rather than by the ENCLOSURE as it is on the trampoline in this deal. Check both pictures and see the difference.well as everyone seems to agree with me boom you make it too easy lolAs I said earlier....Boooooooooooooooom!


Original Poster

Oh well seems like a good deal for what is a elsewhere it's more expensive..the old version may be as good but like most deals on these days it up being a slanging match :-(

addso3uk



You can't even manage to reply properly...lol
I didn't comment on the merits of the enclosure, I just pointed out that they were different, which they are.
You were wrong and you know it. Don't get upset about it, run along and enjoy the rest of half-term!
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