Sports Power My First Trampoline With Safety Enclosure - Was £64.97 Now £32.48 @ Tesco
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Sports Power My First Trampoline With Safety Enclosure - Was £64.97 Now £32.48 @ Tesco

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Found 8th Jul 2010
This Sportspower 1st trampoline has an enclosure for increased safety and is suitable for ages 3years+.

Features:
Assembled Dimension Depth 139.7
Assembled Dimension Height 180
Assembled Dimension Units cm
Assembled Dimension Width 139.7
Assembled Weight 12
Assembled Weight Units kg
Brand Sports Power
Minimum Age 3 years
Product Depth 22 cm
Product Height 78 cm
Product Weight 13
Product Weight Units kg
Product Width 48 cm

10 Comments

Original Poster

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Original Poster

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i got this for £10-£15 cant remember exactly last year from argos but not a bad price

Very Small Trampoline, might be ok for children under 5, however we already have a trampoline this size and children aged 5, 5 and 2. You will not need an enclosure on a trampoline this small and low to the ground. Our 5 Year old twins are already bored with this size. So ok for say a 2 or 3 year old in my opinion, however the enclosure on an item this close to the ground seems a bit OTT.

In b4 the council house/chav comments..

I bought one of these for my son a few years ago, was going well until we dismantled it (was getting bleached by the sun).. came to take it out this Summer and a mouse had made a right mess of it leaving it unsafe.. Still, he had a nice comfy home for the winter.... b*****d!

My 5 year old has one the same as this, he still loves it, it is quite small but him being on his own hasn't been a problem, he has had it since he was about 3 years old.

The only thing that we have found is that having left it out in all weathers the foam going round the poles has began to flake away, but this hasn't stopped him using it.

As for the enclosure it's doesn't have to be on there, however i wouldn't dream of taking ours off, at the end of the day it's for his own protection and i am happier knowing it's protecting him.

Heat added.

alexandercooper

Very Small Trampoline, might be ok for children under 5, however we … Very Small Trampoline, might be ok for children under 5, however we already have a trampoline this size and children aged 5, 5 and 2. You will not need an enclosure on a trampoline this small and low to the ground. Our 5 Year old twins are already bored with this size. So ok for say a 2 or 3 year old in my opinion, however the enclosure on an item this close to the ground seems a bit OTT.

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You have children and you make such a moronic comment... Do you really want it explaining?

bargainhunter666

You have children and you make such a moronic comment... Do you really … You have children and you make such a moronic comment... Do you really want it explaining?



Its all about risk. The Trampoline in very close to the ground. Would you stop your kids going to the park incase they hurt themselves or not let them run incase they fell over. On a high trampoline i would insist on an enclosure. Sometimes with Xbox's and things like this, i think its more like parents want to shove their kids in a box, so they can leave them to it and do their own thing rather than playing with them!

Half price again is you use your doubled up tesco vouchers online!
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