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Wed Jun 18 00:00:00 MDT 2014indianjake Rating:5.0
Great for younger children. My grandchildren love it. It protects them from falling out.
Wed Jul 30 00:00:00 MDT 2014lauren1molly3 Rating:4.0
Great customer service. I will definitely buy from you again and recommend others.
Thu Aug 25 00:00:00 MDT 2011nanaphyl9 Rating:5.0
My grandchildren are 6,4and 3 and they love to jump and it is the right size for little ones.
Thu Sep 04 00:00:00 MDT 2014iamnuts2 Rating:5.0
While the u-shaped legs were a bit of a challenge to install the rest went well. It's sturdy, with the side nets a great feature. Once the net opening is zipped shut, the child is really protected from everything except a tree falling on the trampoline.
Sun Dec 01 00:00:00 MST 2013bri23 Rating:4.0
I waited a few months before writing a review. I would love to rate this trampoline higher, but after having it up all summer and letting my 3boys and their friends use it, I found this product to be slightly lacking in some areas. The setup was difficult (according to my husband) and took longer than he would have liked. All the reviews said this so I was expecting it. My major complaint would be the rails that hold the net up. They are shorter than I would like and when my 12 year old jumpers, he is higher than the net. Also, he crashed into the net at one point and it bent the pole. The net held, but after a few more crashes into the net, the pole is useless now. We are going to be looking at getting a different net next summer. The actual trampoline part where the kids jump is great. It's durable and withstood both rain and sun. Even the net is good. Just the net poles. That's what brought my review score down.
Tue Jun 26 00:00:00 MDT 2012shrstn Rating:5.0
Exactly as stated. Surprisingly bigger than I thought. My 7 and 11 yo jump on it together at times. Then it is small enough for their 2 yo cousin to get on. The kids love it!
Thu Mar 08 00:00:00 MST 2012gajoni57 Rating:3.0
As pictured, prompt delivery, easy assembly...pad is not very wide or thick around springs. Granddaughter loves it!
Sat May 11 00:00:00 MDT 2013pesr1234 Rating:5.0
We chose this trampoline because it had a higher weight limit than many of the other 12' trampolines that we looked at. And we felt like it would be better constructed than the others. We have been very happy with this trampoline once it was all put together. There was a little bit of difficulty with the instructions, but we figured it out and our kids have been very happy with it. We like the 12' size as opposed to the 15' for our yard.
Fri Aug 16 00:00:00 MDT 2013rjnnc Rating:5.0
Great Trampoline. Holds a good amount of weight. The assembly was obvious and tools included. Two of us put together in about 2 hours. I highly recommend it!
Fri Jun 13 00:00:00 MDT 2014todoshe Rating:5.0
Easier toput together than we thought. Tons of fun!
Sun Aug 07 00:00:00 MDT 2011kbdavies Rating:4.0
Overall, this was very easy to put together (minus the springs!) It took us about one hour (again, because of the springs) and our daughter and friends have LOVED it. We've had it about a month and so far so good!
Wed Aug 10 00:00:00 MDT 2011pat8338 Rating:5.0
Great trampoline for the smaller kids, easy to put together. My 4 year old loves it.
Tue Jun 26 00:00:00 MDT 2012schatzi46 Rating:1.0
I would never buy this product again. In the process of putting it together which was very difficult since they send the wrong instructions we also noticed that they had send the wrong poles and nuts and bolts were missing. The holes in the poles did not line up either. When I tried to call the customer service of the manufacturer I only got an answering machine. After leaving 3 messages I finally got a call back after a week. I also tried to email customer service and the emails bounced back with message that the email was not valid. I finally contacted Overstock.com, which I should have done at the start and they were great. I packaged the trampoline up and it was picked up by UPS the next day. Thanks "O."
Mon Jan 30 00:00:00 MST 2012mom4x Rating:5.0
We gave this to our 4 kids for Christmas and they just love it! Our kids range in age from 12 - 2 years old and all of them go and jump together and have the best time. It took about 3 hours for my husband and I to put it together and it seems to be made of very high quality parts. We are so glad be bought it!
Mon Jun 04 00:00:00 MDT 2012fsh567 Rating:5.0
22MT old grandaughter loves it. small enough to use indoors
Wed Jan 16 00:00:00 MST 2013barron Rating:2.0
Well the box was torn. Missing a spring on the trampoline. There was/is a broken safety bar leg. Still trying to get the correct part. I want to use it and use it safely.
Wed Jun 19 00:00:00 MDT 2013sgilbert1 Rating:5.0
I bought this for my three young grandsons. Knowing they would want to bounce together, I wanted to purchase a trampoline that could hold their weight. Now and as they grow. This Upper Bounce 14 ft was the ticket! It will hold 330 lbs. We all had fun and it was very easy to assemble. We created games, crawling in a circle, hoping on one foot, just a blast.
Wed May 14 00:00:00 MDT 2014jennybeee Rating:3.0
This is a very small trampoline...you can get a larger trampoline for the same amount.
Wed Mar 14 00:00:00 MDT 2012cornell7 Rating:5.0
I have been researching trampolines for 5 months - I didn't want to buy a cheaper one but couldn't afford an Alley Oop or Springfree. I ordered this Sunday and a nice delivery man brought it to my door on Wednesday. Took my husband and a friend about 2.5 hours to put it up. I'm very happy with the purchase and my 10 year old is thrilled and jumped until dark. Thank you!
Sat Mar 09 00:00:00 MST 2013cjsphx Rating:5.0
I bought this to go with 12' trampoline. I shopped it around, and this was a fair price. I am thrilled with the quality. It fit right on the side of the trampoline and is very sturdy. It doesn't move around and the kids are able to safely get up/down without worrying that the ladder or steps will have moved.
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