Plum 8ft Trampoline & Enclosure £70 (or £60 with "new" customer code) @ Tesco Direct
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Plum 8ft Trampoline & Enclosure £70 (or £60 with "new" customer code) @ Tesco Direct

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Found 5th Jul 2014
£100 down to £70 and new customer code £10 off £50 of TDX-KYNK (thanks Arbk66 in vouchers) takes this down to £60.
You can collect in store for free or get it delivered for £3.
Blurb from Tesco

A great addition to any garden, this 8ft trampoline with enclosure from Plum Products offers a fun solution to encouraging outdoor play and exercise. It not only helps children bounce off all their energy but also improves co-ordination, balance and strength.

With safety at the centre of its design, the 8ft trampoline is supplied with a surrounding enclosure for extra peace of mind. The frame is made from sturdy steel, which has been galvanised both inside and out for rust-free protection and increased strength. There are 42 high-quality, zinc-coated steel springs in total, ensuring extra durability and longevity of use. The UV-treated jumping mat delivers excellent bounce performance, and the weather-protected foam pads cover the springs and frame to provide safe cushioning.

Supplied with easy-to-follow instructions, the Plum 8ft trampoline can be assembled in simple steps and comes with a spring loading tool included. 75kg (165lbs) weight capacity. H215xDia.244cm. Self-assembly.

30 Comments

Saw this the other day and resisted! Couldn't resist today! Ordered for collection

Thanks

:-( order one yesterday at £70.... Still a good price :-)

can this take adults or just children?

Should be

mummytoothree

can this take adults or just children?



75kg weight capacity, that's anyone up to 11 stone 11 lb.

Can anyone please tell me if a two year old would be safe on this?

Original Poster

Mrs.Z

Can anyone please tell me if a two year old would be safe on this?



It all depends Mrs.Z, I'm not sure there's a right answer there. Our friends have a daughter at eighteen months and she goes on with mum and bounces around etc. A two year old may be ok solo as long as there weren't any other older kids on?
Sorry not much help but really hard to say.
Edited by: "karri123" 5th Jul 2014

Thanks just grabbed one

I wish these dam things were never invented.. cold from me

Is every pole that holds the enclosure up metal? Or are some material?

JackRH1

Is every pole that holds the enclosure up metal? Or are some material?



They are all metal. Has the tubes up the top covered in that foam stuff and then you pull the net over them
Bought this a couple of weeks ago for similar price.

Thanks for this karri123, disappointed I missed out a couple of weeks ago however, thanks to your post I have just purchased 8ft trampoline and paid £51.50!!!!!! £70 - £10 new customer discount - £8.50 club card vouchers I didn't realise I had = £51.50 ........bargain and just in time for littl'n's birthday next week end.

bought thank u

mummyto2boys

75kg weight capacity, that's anyone up to 11 stone 11 lb.



Thanks, good timing as tesco staff are getting 20% off this week!

When does this offer finish?

karri123

Link to voucher code

do you know when this item will return to the full price

Original Poster

shaun04

do you know when this item will return to the full price



Sorry shaun I don't, no. Just when Tesco decide unfortunately I think.

ordered one for collection, anyone know if this will actually fit in a car? A mazda 6 hatch with back seats down?

Will easily fit in, box isn't that big!

cheers mate

Thanks this is perfect.

mummytoothree

Thanks, good timing as tesco staff are getting 20% off this week!



Do you have that 20% code for us to use too please

Too late....price gone up Damn

Just out of interest....would a 90kg adult break this easily ? Or would I have to go for a 10ft one. Mainly for the kids...but I want to have a go at least

They are also selling the 12ft version £137, is it worth that price? as it has 100kg weight limit where as other brands 12ft have a 150kg weight limit

Showing up as £79?

Original Poster

dondon82

Showing up as £79?



Ah gone up I'll expire it now.
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