Plum 8ft Trampoline & Enclosure now £70 + free C&C at Tesco Direct
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Plum 8ft Trampoline & Enclosure now £70 + free C&C at Tesco Direct

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Found 24th Jun 2017
Back in stock!

Great price on this Plum 8ft Trampoline with Enclosure, now down to just £70! Such a good buy for the kids over the summer....


  • Ideal for endless hours of bouncing fun; energetic & active play
  • Includes enclosure to keep the user safe & reduce risk of falling
  • Made from steel, galvanised inside and out for rust-free protection


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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. 50kg weight capacity. H215xDia.244cm. Self-assembly.

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It's not that good quality. As one of the top net holder broke while kids were playing.

Tesco are really good in replacing it straight-away.
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I bought the 6ft one for 33.25£ earlier today instore, already assembled and my daughter is very happy
pentekmisi

I bought the 6ft one for 33.25£ earlier today instore, already assembled … I bought the 6ft one for 33.25£ earlier today instore, already assembled and my daughter is very happy



We have a small garden so I was thinking about a 6ft one but worried it will be far too small. Our daughter is 7.
What do you think?
gallopingbanker

We have a small garden so I was thinking about a 6ft one but worried it … We have a small garden so I was thinking about a 6ft one but worried it will be far too small. Our daughter is 7.What do you think?



Well she'll only need to jump in one spot so.... should be fine.
These things are the scourge of suburbia
Bought 12ft one kids love it of course you keep it fastened when they are in it Amazon price matched the Tesco offer
PaddyCos

Bought 12ft one kids love it of course you keep it fastened when they are … Bought 12ft one kids love it of course you keep it fastened when they are in it Amazon price matched the Tesco offer



Which one did u get from Amazon?
Baz8755

These things are the scourge of suburbia



​Yes because getting kids away from tablets and TVs while keeping fit outside is such a bad thing these days
50kg weight capacity? So adults can't play on it with kids. Hmm.
Aldi have the same Plum trampoline/enclosure for £67.99 so may be worthwhile checking your local store (saw them in my local on Thursday evening).

Link for proof if anyone feels its made up.
Horrorwood

Well she'll only need to jump in one spot so.... should be fine.



Of course! What was I thinking.
wait for end of july bought 10ft trampoline for £75 last year
got it in aldi for 68 last week
We bought this back in may. My strong advice is don't build it on your own and make sure you read the instructions all the way through before starting...

The logo needs to line up with the door else the netting is slightly rotated, which is a pain if you need to correct as it involves taking off all the springs!

Great trampoline though.
Keep recording at all times for you've been framed clips, and also have someone keep a seat warm in a and e when planning to use it
PaddyCos

Bought 12ft one kids love it of course you keep it fastened when they are … Bought 12ft one kids love it of course you keep it fastened when they are in it Amazon price matched the Tesco offer



​how much was the 12ft one
Crap quality. Can not beat smyths trampolines smythstoys.com/uk/…114 might be more expensive but its worth it in the long run. Also looks a lot nicer with the enclosure on the outside.
KB90

It's not that good quality. As one of the top net holder broke while kids … It's not that good quality. As one of the top net holder broke while kids were playing. Tesco are really good in replacing it straight-away.



We bought are son the 8ft one but the pole at the top for the met has broke but Tesco can't do anything about it plus it's less than a year old
SkyBlu7525th Jun

Crap quality. Can not beat smyths trampolines …Crap quality. Can not beat smyths trampolines https://www.smythstoys.com/uk/en-gb/outdoor/trampolines/trampolines/8ft-trampoline-and-enclosure/p/155114 might be more expensive but its worth it in the long run. Also looks a lot nicer with the enclosure on the outside.


£20 extra but 100kg weight limit as Tesco one is only 50kg
Sorry just saw message I got the 12 ft one plum whirlwind max weight for users 125kg
Perfect addition to a chavs front garden in the summer
ashmac

Perfect addition to a chavs front garden in the summer



You got yours already then??
frakison

You got yours already then??



Got two front and back with plastic white patio chairs and can of Stella
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