When we talk to new customers about the Springfree™ Trampoline they say, “Ooohh that’s the one with the net around it!” and yes that is correct. But our FlexiNetTM is completely different from the nets on traditional design trampolines, and it’s important to understand why.

Springfree™ Trampoline’s patented FlexiNet™ enclosure has flexible supports to cushion


Springfree™ Trampoline’s patented FlexiNet™

Springfree™ Trampoline’s patented FlexiNet™

jumpers and prevent falls. Should a jumper fall sideways, the FlexiNet™ will gently and securely catch them, guiding them back to the centre of the mat. The jumper cannot make contact with the flexi rods meaning no hard impact zones.


Traditional Enclosed Trampolines

A brief description of the nets on traditional trampolines – JUST NOT SAFE.

Don’t get us wrong – we mean this is the nicest way possible but it’s important parents are aware of the potential dangers of trampolines. With over 200,000 children worldwide admitted to hospital each year for trampoline device related injuries, Springfree™ Trampoline is working hard to reduce injury occurrence.

Traditional enclosures on other model trampolines may stop jumpers falling off, but in doing so, either directs them into rigid steel poles or straight down onto the springs and frame.


An "El-Cheapo Nasty Net"

An "El-Cheapo Nasty Net"

OUCH!!! Do you have any horror stories of hurting yourself on these types of Trampolines? Let us know by leaving a comment or posting to our Facebook fan page.


For any further info on Springfree™ Trampoline, please visit the Springfree Trampoline website.

Thanks for reading – until next time, safe jumping!

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