Our grandchildren and their friends have enjoyed the trampoline for several months and it has held up well to all their abuse. But last January the real test came, we had a rare mini tornado rip through our neighborhood and the Skytric went airborne and tumbling 80 feet before stopping (netting snagged on a table). Total damage, one slightly bent post and two tears in the foam post pads!! A little tightening of the screws and some tape and we were back to bouncing on a now anchored down Skytric Trampoline...D. R. Renk
Easy to install. Keeps trampoline safe during winds/storm. I didn't eat our trampoline to end up in the trees like I've seen others in our areas having done. These are easy to put in and remove so you can move to mow underneath. They are an inexpensive way to ensure peace of mind.
Great size for 5-7 12 year old boys to jump at the same time without running into each other too much. Definitely worth buying anchors. The frame is heavy but wind can still get it. It is oval so pay attention to the confusing instructions as the net needs to be properly aligned to the shape of the frame. Definitely read instructions 2x before trying to assemble/layout. We bought ours last Spring and it is holding. The boys have ripped the net but like having it there...they flip high. Also stairs are a must. We did take down the net and walls for winter so it wouldn't dry rot.
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