Plum 8ft Trampoline save 1/3rd £99 @ Tesco Direct (Free Click and Collect) or £3 standard delivery. (Possibility of £15 off a £75 spend too)
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Plum 8ft Trampoline save 1/3rd £99 @ Tesco Direct (Free Click and Collect) or £3 standard delivery. (Possibility of £15 off a £75 spend too)

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Found 13th Jun 2013
Not quite as good a price as the Argos deal I posted, which unfortunately has now expired...still a good price for an 8ft trampoline to tire the kids out in the garden so you can have a more peaceful summer indoors *weather permitting!*

Possibility of £15 off a £75 spent too.

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Original Poster

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Bought my daughter a 10ft version from ASDA which has four sets of legs rather than three just over a year ago. She's 12 and it's proved to be the best value for money toy I've ever bought, measured by the time she has spent on it. She's even joined trampolining classes at the local leisure centre. I suspect that this one is aimed at younger children. I've found that the springs do stretch, perhaps because she sometimes goes on with friends two at a time, and I've had to replace them already. (You can find suppliers online). Even so, it's a great way of getting kids away from their computers and into the fresh air.

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Trentend

Bought my daughter a 10ft version from ASDA which has four sets of legs … Bought my daughter a 10ft version from ASDA which has four sets of legs rather than three just over a year ago. She's 12 and it's proved to be the best value for money toy I've ever bought, measured by the time she has spent on it. She's even joined trampolining classes at the local leisure centre. I suspect that this one is aimed at younger children. I've found that the springs do stretch, perhaps because she sometimes goes on with friends two at a time, and I've had to replace them already. (You can find suppliers online). Even so, it's a great way of getting kids away from their computers and into the fresh air.



Like the Sportspower branded ones that were recently on offer at Argos (now expired) these have a capacity of 75kg so suitable for anyone up to 11 Stone 8lbs.

The asda one is a better model if you ahve the room, better legs (four) and the surround has a top bar support that stops it sagging,.

Original Poster

Argoj

The asda one is a better model if you ahve the room, better legs (four) … The asda one is a better model if you ahve the room, better legs (four) and the surround has a top bar support that stops it sagging,.



Sounds similar to the Sportspower one that was on offer at Argos to me. Same spec, although if you view the other thread there are some people that feel quite passionately that "Plum" are the best, I am done arguing the pros and cons of each and quite happily let everyone now decide for themselves....
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