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Trampolines from £79.99 + FREE delivery - cheaper than Argos, Tesco and B&Q!
Trampolines from £79.99 + FREE delivery - cheaper than Argos, Tesco and B&Q!

Trampolines from £79.99 + FREE delivery - cheaper than Argos, Tesco and B&Q!

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Extra Value 14ft Trampoline with Safety net £149.99
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Extra Value 12ft Trampoline with Safety Net £130.00
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Extra Value 10ft Trampoline with Safety net £99.00
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Extra Value 8ft Trampoline with safety net 79.99
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Great prices.....hot offer....

Just had the 10ft one delivered today. Took about 1.5 hours to put up & the quality seems pretty good compared to some of the more expensive ones our friends have. Overall I'm pretty impressed!

asusboy

Its alot cheaper at Littlewoods


I dont think so i couldent see it

just notice this deal come with the net.

great deal, voted hot, was looking to get one for the kids but still undecided, can see them getting knocked all over the place! Am tempted but thinking it might take up too much space!!!

Great find OP!

anyone know how big a box these come in and are they easy to take down? - moving home soon and dont want to have to leave behind or anything if I buy one

dcummin

anyone know how big a box these come in and are they easy to take down? - … anyone know how big a box these come in and are they easy to take down? - moving home soon and dont want to have to leave behind or anything if I buy one



They come in two boxes. The tramp itself is by far the heaviest - I bought the 14ft one and you wouldn't want to be lugging it around too much. It takes 1-2 hours to put up and probably the same to take down. I really couldn't be ars*d meself and would probably leave it and buy another one - life's too short and all that.

Thoroughly recommended - particularly with the net included 'cos I wouldn't want to be held responsible for letting kids loose on one without the safety net.

If you've got the space for one I'd say go for it:thumbsup:

Thanks to the OP, great spot. Just ordered a 10ft for delivery tomorrow.

I was looking at trampolines in B&Q yesterday and noticed the ladders and anchor kits were reduced. Are these likely to be a standard fit or just for the models that B&Q stock?

Will be ordering a 14ft one monday thanks.

Now what I need is a cover, anyone know the cheapest place for a 14ft cover?

Kick

Will be ordering a 14ft one monday thanks.


Whether they will extend it or not I don't know, but I take it you didn't see the "4 day special offer" picture above then?

Stejay

Whether they will extend it or not I don't know, but I take it you didn't … Whether they will extend it or not I don't know, but I take it you didn't see the "4 day special offer" picture above then?



Went to the same site a couple of days ago and it was £149 then, went back and its £149.37.

So I dont think this is a 4 day only offer.

Edit: On closer inspection the only offer here is free next day premium delivery, you still get free delivery on the site just wont be the premium next day service after the 4 days are up.

Kick

Will be ordering a 14ft one monday thanks. :)Now what I need is a cover, … Will be ordering a 14ft one monday thanks. :)Now what I need is a cover, anyone know the cheapest place for a 14ft cover?



mandmdirect.com/Pro…all

I got mine from mandmdirect its £8.99 but you have £3.99 postage if thats all you want but there is a free postage code if you spend over £25 on here

Thanks

Nice spot. Tempted to replace my kids' old 6ft trampoline with a bigger one...

Mine arrived today, it all came in one box and as I was at work and the delivery driver really struggled with it by himself. According to my wife he looked like he was going to have a heart attack.

Anyway, the actual trampoline only took about 30 minutes to put together. The tedious bit is the net with screwing the clamps to the legs and tying the net to springs. I don't know what they are usually like but it seemd pretty good and the kids are loving it.

Leigh

Nice spot. Tempted to replace my kids' old 6ft trampoline with a bigger … Nice spot. Tempted to replace my kids' old 6ft trampoline with a bigger one...




are you sure its for the kids & not you?:giggle:

I picked up a ladder reduced to £6.98 and an anchor kit reduced to £9.98 in B&Q today, and although being marked as for use with a 12ft trampoline, they work fine with my 10ft model from eBuyer.

I've got no idea which size to go for, I've got a 4 year old and a 7 year old... any advice?

go for the 14ft trust me

HU5TLER

go for the 14ft trust me



I do trust you... just interested in the decision criteria... I think I can comfortably fit the 10ft one in, but if that's too small then I may have to think about making more space (lots of effort)... so I guess my question is more... will a 10ft one be OK for the kids for a couple of years?

yeh for a year or 2 yh but you wont be able to fit more then 2 people on that

Stupid question, but is the 10ft measurement the trampoline "bouncable" area or the outer dimension of the frame?

Not a stupid question at all. The actual bouncing area is 8ft, but I've been on myself and found it big enough.

I have noticed a lot more "give" in it today, is this normal as the springs stretch a little with use?

Stejay

Not a stupid question at all. The actual bouncing area is 8ft, but I've … Not a stupid question at all. The actual bouncing area is 8ft, but I've been on myself and found it big enough.I have noticed a lot more "give" in it today, is this normal as the springs stretch a little with use?



No, I think it's 'cos you're a bit of a lardy on too small a tramp:p

14 ft tramp has 100 kgs max weight of user
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